nathuladula 2,003 Views
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Hi I need some good answers to these hard interview questions. thank you...
1. systems thinking ----In your current job, what organizational change have you made or contributed to that you are proud of? How did you go about making the change? What has been the impact of the change?
2.Flexibility/adaptability-----Describe a situation where you were responsible for getting others to make a change or do something. What role did you play and what actions did you take? What was the outcome? If you had to do it would you do anything differently?
3. Creative thinking -----Give examples to illustrate how you have generated ideas that represent thinking “outside the box.” How were your ideas received by others? What became of the ideas?
I am really excited about an interview that I have coming up, but I need some tips about what are some things they are looking for, from a dermotology nurse. I have worked as a school nurse and also in the womens clinic but never with skin. I feel that it would be my passion and I would love working for a derm office, what should I know immediatly before going to this interview?
I can honestly say congs!!! because i was going throuhg so much discoragement and I finally got a job too and its school nurse ! and I love it, meanwhile I have an interview coming up for another job and I have to start preparing !!!
What do you answer to why should we hire you ? what makes you better then all those people outside my door?
thanks, guys. Yes when i go in there i am so nervous and just feel like I freeze, i dont know why sometimes i dont know where to start because the questions are so tricky and there is not right or wrong asnwer, each one question has like 3 parts to it, and i dont know, i should just really practice a lot for it. I will check out that interview thread.. thanks
I currently work as a LPN in the VA hospital in a clinic.. I went to about like 5 interviews for RN positions in the Med Surg department and didnt get it, it is very sad, i feel like they already know who they want to hire and its very sad. When I first was interviewd here i was also in school for my RN, and now that I have my RN with BSN, I am still having a problems finding a job, and its so tough, because I have my RN since December of 2011. and Still work as a LPN. Isnt that sad.
I have another interview set up but sometime next weel I already feel like they are laughing at me inside because they are not giving me a job. I currently have a per diem work as a RN for visiting nurse but that is not where I want to stay, I want a hospital position.... So basically working in the VA hospital- I love it, but I want to move up, and the interview process is so nerve wrecking maybe I am not answering enough.
What should is the answer that they want for - explain a situation where you had to deal with an upset patient, and how you handled it?
i am about to start working my second job as an lpn in a descrete unit hiv unit i dont know how it will be and im kinda scared, i was going to totally refuse the job but i really need to work and i am hoping thay i can handle this and also i hope this wont be too much for me to handle because i only worked in a small ambulatory center before this. i dont have that much experience.... so any advice? from anyone?
which school ?
that sux, they were not proffesional with u at all, and u should say something.... like i was intererviewd and then with no kind of an answer no one called me like they couldnt even say something instead of keep u thinking... u know
so anyway i will work in a clinic for a year and then hopefully get a job in the hospital of my dreams!
:redpinkhehey guys, thanks for the support redbeatheredbeathe with this positive attitude anyone can pass... just study hard and be commited to it.. no more boy friends and going out clubbing!!!!!!!!!
but its okay at the end it will pay off!!! and then we can live the life that we want. being a nurse!
the sad part is that i put the love on my life on hold too!!!
well u can try brooklyn, and there are plenty of hospitals here especially the ones in manhtaan, !!! i am a new graduate nurse and i am looking to make friends if u want to talk let me know.
Well, I get extremely bored at times and I really feel guilty about it. I also feel sorry for some of my friends who are having a difficult time and I try to help out whenever possible. I bridged and will graduate in December so to all the May graduates, you are the lucky ones. I have to sit through one more semester of pill passing clinicals and complaints about the tests and not having enough time in the day to get things done.
I can get bored, but I really try to realize how awesome it is to review some of the procedures that most of my classmates are cramming to learn (I was once there-"learning" to pass an exam). Now, I'm able to see the details, as I understand the big picture. Trust me, some days it's a real strain on my mind to keep it studying what seems to be review. I do find I still need to study even though I remember the general concepts!
I'm in a regular ADN program. I applied before I even started the LPN (graduated in Dec), as there was a wait list for RN. My LPN classmates are having to wait at least a year (Fall 2010 next opening) for the bridge, as now there is a wait list for that, too. Everyone called me crazy for not just doing the bridge, but I have to say, I'm willing to do a little review rather than wait possibly a year plus just to begin a RN program. Stay positive! In nursing, it never hurts to see things over and over in my opinion! Good luck, and nice to hear of other people who are LPNs doing the RN the long route!
Hey PM me and i will give you some info i just took it back in May did pretty good..if you want anymore info pm me i would be glad to help..Xoxo
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