I'm a new grad LPN with an interview tomorrow for a pediatric home health agency. Others within the company have told me there will be skill assessments such as CPR and g-tubes, which I feel comfortable with given the awesome clinical experiences I had in school (did med-pass for a month with an entire wing of g-tube patients), but there is also an exam portion I don't know how to prepare for. Beyond vital signs, what are some basic things I can brush up on or might be included on a general test for pediatrics?
I have a suspicion that there may be "scenarios" given in which I must prioritize care or describe what I must do. Any tips?