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Restricted interview questions persist in urology match process

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Urology residency program applicants continue to face interview questions on restricted topics such as plans for having children.

In this interview, Stephanie J. Kielb, MD, discusses the recent Urology Practice study, The impact of stricter guidelines on post-interview contact, restricted interview topics and differences by gender in the urology match, for which she served as senior author. Kielb is chief of reconstruction and neurourology and professor of urology, medical education, and obstetrics and gynecology at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, Chicago.

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