Transparency in medical student selection: admitting what we don’t know
Little is publicly understood about exactly what it takes for a student to be admitted into their school of choice and how the admissions process works. Dr. Harold Reiter explores the different factors that make for so many unknowns when it comes to selection in admissions. He shares personal lessons that he’s learned over his career in the medical admissions field and discusses the unknowns in improving equity and transparency in the process for all students.
In this webinar, you’ll hear about:
- The current admissions process
- Diversity in admissions
- Issues around full transparency
- Literature review and meta-analyses
About the speaker:
Dr. Reiter completed his medical degree at the University of Toronto, his specialty training at Princess Margaret Hospital, and his Masters in Education at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education. Aside from his radiation oncology clinical practice, he was Chair of Admissions to Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine at McMaster University for nine years, and Assistant Dean, Director of the Program for Educational Research and Development at McMaster for four years. He is a co-creator of the MMI (Multiple Mini-Interview) as well as Casper.
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