Hey, I have an interview tommorrow too at 1300 (at erlanger), and I am really sick to my stomach about it. I hope I don't freeze up or have a panic attack. I have been told that I am the first interview of that session (which has 12 total), which does not help ease my nerves. It is a panel type, did you not get the e-mail? The director, Linda Hill seems really nice and laid back. I have been studying everything, and trying to stay calm. I have asked a few SRNAs about interviews, however they have had different directors over the last few years, and the interview may be different.
Here are the tips I have received:
1) know your PA catheters
2) assess , reassess and reassess
3) oxyhemoglobin dissocciation curve
4) if you could monitor only one aspect of your patient what would it be?
Hey what time is your interview... any little scrap of advice would be greatly appreciated.