So, for those who are starting interviews early in the season, or for those anxiously waiting. Here is a book that I am very happy I purchased from my friend. It's an expensive book, but it's clear, concise and to the point. If anyone wants to talk medical ethics, please feel free to post and discuss here. I have heard that most medical ethics questions at interviews are not terribly difficult. But, it is an interesting topic to discuss. Plus, it's a good break from secondary writing and obsessing over interviews! http://www.amazon.com/Doing-Right-Practical-Trainees-Physicians/dp/0195428412/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1311462658&sr=1-1 The book is called Doing Right. Fitting I would think.