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    Can anyone recommend a book/resource which has helped you tackle these sort of questions at interviews? I am thinking of buying this book, http://www.amazon.co.uk/Interviews-Q.../dp/1905812051, and would like to know if it helped any of you in your interview
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    I've not got to the interview stage and I can't really comment on the specific book you mentioned but I did really like the 'A short introduction to medical ethics' book. I used it while doing GAMSAT prep and found it really interesting. It's a pretty thin book so didn't take too long to read and it was pretty cheap - look at the ebooks available at your local library, they might have it.
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    (Original post by Zahid~)
    Can anyone recommend a book/resource which has helped you tackle these sort of questions at interviews? I am thinking of buying this book, http://www.amazon.co.uk/Interviews-Q.../dp/1905812051, currently and would like to know if it helped them in their interview
    This is a very good book for interview practice, not just for ethics, so I recommend it. It has some discussion around ethics etc. that is useful in its own right, for a broader overview (but not that broad, takes about 20 mins to read) check out this book as mentioned before: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Medical-Ethi...t+introduction
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    I found the book you mentioned really helpful. It walks you through the common scenarios.
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    (Original post by M150)
    I've not got to the interview stage and I can't really comment on the specific book you mentioned but I did really like the 'A short introduction to medical ethics' book. I used it while doing GAMSAT prep and found it really interesting. It's a pretty thin book so didn't take too long to read and it was pretty cheap - look at the ebooks available at your local library, they might have it.
    (Original post by Beska)
    This is a very good book for interview practice, not just for ethics, so I recommend it. It has some discussion around ethics etc. that is useful in its own right, for a broader overview (but not that broad, takes about 20 mins to read) check out this book as mentioned before: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Medical-Ethi...t+introduction
    Thanks ill be sure to get that book too! Every little helps!
 
 
 
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