Cerebellum Interview Invitation & Completion Insights section displays a time series of daily and cumulative invitation release and interview completion for the program.
This section shows program interview invitation and completion data for programs (solid lines) benchmarked against aggregated/de-identified specialty data (dotted lines). It displays when programs are sending out invitation and completing interview (i.e. early, average, late, etc.) to provide analysis into how the timing of these actions may affect match outcomes.
The solid lines (blue or orange) represent the program's specific time series, whereas the dotted line (blue or orange) represents the time series of the specialty.
The percentages displayed on the y-axis is a function of the percentage of filled interview positions.
The completion lines do not reach 100% due to cancelled/missed/withdrawn invitations for both program and specialty values.
Notes on filters: Filtered values are based on applicant-specific data. If the program is using Cortex, this data is included automatically. If using Thalamus only, visit these guides for information on uploading applicant Medical School and Current Address into Thalamus: Uploading Applicants into Thalamus from ERAS or Uploading Applicants into Thalamus NON ERAS.
How the data is aggregated:
Interview invitation and completion data is calculated automatically based on behavioral data from the program within Thalamus. This data is time-specific and therefore cannot be updated retroactively.
This section will be helpful during the active recruitment season to compare your programs interview release and completion rates with other programs of the same specialty.
Data is updated every 24 hours and can provide you a running tally of how your program's invitation and interview completion rate compare to your broader specialty.
Visit our guides Navigating Cerebellum for information on applying Filters and Exporting data in Cerebellum and Optimizing Cerebellum Data for information on optimizing data aggregation within Thalamus, Cortex and Cerebellum.