350 Questions for the Situational Judgement Test provides invaluable guidance to the Situational Judgement Test, written by authors who understand from personal experience that detailed explanations accompanying each answer are the key to a successful revision aid.
This book presents over 350 ranking and multiple-choice questions, arranged by subject groups aligned with the domains of the SJT examination, and designed specifically to explore the readiness of candidates to face the scenarios that they will encounter as a junior doctor.
A clear discussion of how the correct answer was reached and other options ruled out for every question is given at the end of each chapter, making this book an excellent learning aid through all stages of undergraduate studies, and particularly during revision for the SJT examination.
Table of Contents
Introduction to the SJT exam
Commitment to Professionalism
Coping with Pressure
Working Effectively as Part of a Team
Harriet Walker, core surgical trainee, Derriford Hospital, Plymouth, UK
The author team
Sarah Craig, core medical trainee, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, UK
Giles Dixon, resident medical officer, Palmerston North Hospital, Mid Central District Health Board, Palmerston North, New Zealand
Alice Pitt, foundation Year 2 doctor, Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, UK
Isobel Platt, general practitioner trainee, Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, UK
Catherine Sproson, core surgical trainee, Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, UK
Andrew Viggars, core medical trainee, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, UK
Eileen Wedge, foundation Year 2 doctor in emergency medicine, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, London, UK