Urologists Mock Interview

To help you prepare for your Urologists interview, here are 29 interview questions and answer examples.

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What is your greatest fear about being a doctor?

We all have things that make us feel afraid from time to time. Recognizing them is the first step in overcoming them. This question is an opportunity for the interviewer to get to know you on a personal level. Being willing to talk openly to someone about things like this shows your softer side, which is important when you are trying to build a good rapport during an interview.

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29 Urologists Interview Questions & Answers

  • 1. What is your greatest fear about being a doctor?

  • 2. What characteristics do you think are important for healthcare professional?

  • 3. Are you comfortable giving presentations in front of large groups of people?

  • 4. As an urologist, you will often have to deliver discouraging news to patients and their families. How do you handle such hardsituations?

  • 5. Has there ever been a time that you had a disagreement with a co-worker, and if so, how was it resolved?

  • 6. When did you first decide to become a physician and why?

  • 7. Have you ever considered choosing a different specialty?

  • 8. What can you tell me about bladder cancer?

  • 9. Tell me about a time you were trusted with confidential information regarding a patient's care.

  • 10. What is a rather common urinary problem that men experience?

  • 11. Salary is often commensurate with experience. How do you feel about someone with more experience than you having a higher salary but doing the same job?

  • 12. If you were the person responsible for hiring new employees, what qualities would you look for in a candidate, and do you think you possess those qualities?

  • 13. Do you have experience working with peers from diverse backgrounds?

  • 14. Tell me a problem with a patient where you may have been misinformed about the patient's symptoms and had to re-evaluate a care plan or a time that a patient was afraid of treatment and had to be educated further before following through with care.

  • 15. What makes you feel you will be a good fit for our organization?

  • 16. Why did you choose to specialize in urology?

  • 17. Do you anticipate any significant changes in your life within the next 2-3 years that may prevent you from continuing employment here if you are offered a position here?

  • 18. What would you describe as your biggest weakness?

  • 19. What education would you provide to a patient regarding urinary tract infections?

  • 20. What is a possible downside to getting a penile implant?

  • 21. Do you feel like you have strong relationship building skills?

  • 22. How would your subordinates describe you?

  • 23. What advice would you give students who are considering pursuing a career in urology?

  • 24. Urologists at our facility often work on rotation. Are you willing to work, nights, weekends, holidays, or overtime if needed?

  • 25. What do you like most about being a urologist?

  • 26. Have you ever been accused of malpractice?

  • 27. Do you participate in any outreach or volunteer work?

  • 28. In your opinion, what are some of the biggest problems in healthcare today?

  • 29. In your position now, knowing what you do, what would you say to someone who is just now starting a medical career?