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Example 1: Dr. Cheung recommends homeopathic medicines to his patients. There is no scientific evidence or widely accepted theory to suggest that homeopathic medicines work, and Dr. Cheung doesn’t believe in them. He recommends homeopathic medicines to people with mild and non-specific symptoms, such as fatigue, headaches and muscle aches, because he believes that it will do no harm but will give them reassurance.
Consider the ethical problems that Dr. Cheung's behavior might pose. Discuss these issues with the interviewer.
Example 2: Universities are commonly faced with the complicated task of balancing the educational needs of their students and the cost required to provide learning resources to a large number of individuals. As a result of this tension, there has been much debate regarding the optimal size of classes. One side argues that smaller classes provide a more educationally effective setting for students, while others argue that it makes no difference, so larger classes should be used to minimize the number of instructors required.
Discuss these issues with the interviewer.
Example 3: Due to the shortage of physicians in rural communities, such as Northern Ontario, it has been suggested that medical programs preferentially admit students who are willing to commit to a two- or three-year tenure in an under-serviced area upon graduation.
Consider the broad implications of this policy for health care costs. For example, do you think the approach will be effective? At what expense? Discuss this issue with the interviewer.
1Eva, K.W., Rosenfed, J., Reiter, H.I., & Norman, G.R. (2004). An Admissions OSCE: the multiple mini-interview. Med Educ, 38(3), 314-326.
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