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How do you interview for an Obgyn?

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Marcia’s Answer

When interviewing for any position you should do your homework first. Make sure you know what the position you are applying for requires of you, average pay rates for your area, benefits, and most importantly any academic or license requirements. Also, research the company you are applying to. This will allow you to ask and answer questions with better working knowledge. Before your interview make a list of any questions you might have for the interviewer such as responsibilities, pay, benefits, hours, room for promotion in the company, personal and sick time, or even safety concerns. Sometimes it can help to do a mock interview with a family member or friend to help you feel more comfortable before the real thing. This way you can practice answering tougher questions like; Tell me about a time you were asked to violate patient confidentiality and how you handled it? ; or If you have a dispute with a co-worker that is escalating how would you go about solving it? Even questions such as, tell me a little about yourself, can catch you off guard in an interview. This is why practicing prior to the actual interview is helpful. Making a resume binder is a great idea. The binder can hold your interview questions with extra paper for taking notes, your resume, any achievements, degrees or licenses, volunteer or experience references, and any previous work or project information you want to include as an example of your accomplishments. I hope this helps with your question and best of luck with your future endeavors!
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Albanitza’s Answer

When interviewing for any company, you should do some research on the company (i.e., goals and mission, services they offer, etc.). In addition, review the job description in detail to learn more about the expectations within the role. It doesn't hurt to do some networking on professional social media sites with individuals within the company and/or within the role. Once you've done your research, you can view your experiences and be prepared to discuss how they align to the role you are interested in.
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Faun’s Answer

Make sure to do your due diligence on the Company. Have questions of your own to ask. Be prepared to answer every question with SOAR, a Situation that had an Obstacle or Opportunity, what your Action was and the Results of those actions. It is ok to have a folder with information and you can take notes as well. Practice your answers to any questions available online for this position. Know what you can bring to the position that makes you standout. And yes, be confident but open to learn and grow.
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Summer’s Answer

I would treat your interview for an OBGYN as you would any other interview. Know yourself and your story. Be prepared to explain your experiences and the lessons you've learned from them. Know your dreams/goals and be able to answer how this role fits with those goals. Be bold and confident enough to say why you'd be the perfect fit.
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