How To Answer The Most Common Nursing Interview Questions - page 6
To be perfectly blunt, interviews can be rather nerve-wracking because a lot is at stake. After all, you really want to be considered for this available position, and you only have one chance to make a good first impression on... Read More
- 0Oct 16 by TheCommuter, ASN, RN Senior ModeratorQuote from NursePallasFNP2bCongratulations on the offer! If these questions and answers help just one person out there, then I feel the effort to share them was well worth it.I used this post, along with Part 1 & 2, to help with my recent, first nursing interview ever. It went AMAZINGLY! I was offered my choice of positions on more than one unit. I am so thankful to the poster who made this! Thank you, ten times over!!
- 0Nov 24 by RNsteveSecond interview in month...
First rejected with a response that I they would welcome me to reapply after gaining 6-12 months acute care experience. Kinda stuck in long term care position(charge RN, with level 3\4 residents) at the moment, in a small community where I'm simply not at all happy.
Stressed. 2+ years experience, and feeling like I'm a disadvantage to even newgrads.
- 0Nov 24 by RunBabyRN, BSN, RNI haven't read through the responses, so this may be repetitive, but I wanted to add a few questions I've had recently:
Describe a time when you had conflict with a manager/coworker/patient/family member and how you resolved it. What was the outcome?
How do you manage your stress?
Give an example of how you've handled a high stress situation.
Have you ever worked nights? Would this be a struggle for you? (for NOC position)
Give examples related to our values (pt safety, advocacy, stewardship, etc.) that you've performed in patient care.
What are your favorite patients? Least favorite?
In asking them questions, the manager today LOVED when I asked what changes have been happening recently in the unit. It was good to know what was up!