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Interview Resources for Residency Programs

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The residency interview is one of the most common and important tools used in ranking applicants. It's important for program directors and faculty participating in interviews to know how to prepare for, conduct, and review interviews to ensure an experience that is beneficial, equitable, and consistent for both programs and applicants.

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AAMC Interview Guidance for the 2022-2023 Residency Cycle

Recommendations to help specialty and training programs consider their interviewing and recruiting options and to make evidenced-based decisions.

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Guidance related to residency interviews for program directors and faculty, including assistance with implementing valid and fair interview processes.

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Find tips for those who are participating in virtual residency interviews, including the best ways to prepare and conduct interviews.

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Tips for those preparing to conduct or organize virtual interviews, including how to address possible complications from transitioning to virtual interviews.

A webinar that offers guidance on how to recognize and mitigate biases when conducting, reviewing, and scoring virtual or in-person interviews.

A webinar that highlights several AAMC tools to assist students during their transition to residency, such as Careers in Medicine, Residency Explorer, interview tips, and an overview of ERAS.

Collaborative Transformation of the Transition to Residency

Resources, tools, effective practices, and other materials to support the transition to residency. 

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