I will be a new grad in May with my BSN. I have always been passionate about being in the operating room. All my clinical strengths seem to coincide with this particular specialty. I even joined the AORN as a student member. Eventually, I do want to become CNOR and RNFA certified. What really made it concrete is the perioperative course I took as my elective. I have an upcoming interview with a major hospital for their operating room residency. Even though this is my dream, there is still lots that I don't know about being in the OR due to my being a new grad. I'm just trying to get some ideas from seasoned OR nurses, or just anyone who has been interviewed lately, about the kind of questions you feel like I should be prepared for. I have researched some questions, but I need more. It is importnat to me to be prepared for anything that they may ask. Also, what should I be prepared to say to let them know that I would be an asset to the OR? I'm trying not to stress too much. It's only my entire future on the line, lol. I love the OR environment!
Any information will be greatly appreciated. Thanks!