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Jun 28, 2017
they called me yesterday morning around 0930 Arizona time
Jun 29, 2017
From what I've heard, they ask 10-15 behavioral questions and give us a case study where the patient gets progressively worse, which makes me the most nervous. I can't imagine that they'd expect too much since we're brand new nurses, but any pointers on how to prepare would be great!
Hi! I was called for a critical care interview. They called me on 6/26 around 11am! I have a question though, does anyone know the starting new grad salary for Cook Children's residency? I had an interview this week for another residency and got an offer this morning. I am so torn since I haven't had the chance to interview for Cook yet! I wish their interviews were sooner so that I would be able to decide.
Best of luck to everyone interviewing!
Jun 30, 2017
Starting salary is 28 an hour! and it's full time benefits!
Congrats on your interview!!
Edited Jun 30, 2017 by ejacobs101
Jul 5, 2017
Good luck everyone. Not a new grad but I worked 1.5 years on a med surg at Dallas Children's and it was a very great learning experience and peds was very fun. Enjoy it those of you that get it!
Jul 10, 2017
Anyone who is interviewing this week, let us know how it goes!
I have my interview for med surg tomorrow! Any tips from the people that have gone today??
Jul 11, 2017
How are interviews going? Mine is on Friday! Good luck to everyone interviewing!
Jul 13, 2017
Everything about the hospital is incredible, and everyone you meet before/during the interview is super sweet and welcoming. Just be yourself and take from your clinical experience. This is a different "getting-to-know-you" interview in the sense that there is less small talk and no typical new grad questions (i.e. tell me about yourself, your strengths/weaknesses, why you want to work for us, etc.). They really just want to see how you handle yourself in the work setting and that you know the basics of what to look for in your patient and/or present situation. Behavioral questions have no "right" or "wrong" answers, so take your time thinking of which experiences correspond to their questions and answer honestly. I'm telling you - they are incredibly nice and patient. Just breathe and be confident! You'll do great!
Had my interview (online-out of state) today for the Critical Care track!! It was pretty crazy; honestly one of the hardest interviews I've had so far! It was a panel of 3 women, who were extremely nice- so don't stress about that. They asked some basic behavioral questions, which you should have clinical stories in your mind for. The second part is the scenario/case study of the patient getting progressively worse. I don't know how many of these case studies they have, or if its just one? Regardless, its basically asking for your clinical reasoning/ critical thinking skills. How you assess and intervene, specially when things go down hill.
Good luck for anyone who is still interviewing! We hear back (regardless of yes or no) on the 24th!
Jul 18, 2017
post if you guys hear anything!
Jul 21, 2017
I'm not sure if the reason is because I'm already. Cook Children's employee but... I recieved my phone call today with my acceptance into the Critical Care track!
Good luck to the rest!
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