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Queensland Health
Clinical Nurse was asked...January 11, 2021

Leadership Clinical Scenario Standards each of the questions required the panel to 'tick and flick" your responses

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I felt the acronym "SBAR" is best - describe a situation based on the question, provide some background on your situation/experience, provide your assessment or what you did to interact in the situation and then provide the recommendations or the solutions or outcomes from the situation. what did you learn from it Less

Righttime Medical Care

What is one of your strengths? What is the most difficult situation that you have dealt with?

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That I am a hard worker, I learn quickly. Dealing with a client who was angry and scared, I was able to calm him down. Less

Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center

What are your top 3 units?

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I have worked as a security officer at 3 different hospitals before. In Los Angeles California Hospital, in Sylmar Olive View Hospital, and in Baldwin Park Kaiser’s Hospital. That is my best attempt to answer a question that was designed for a applicant in the medical field. Less

Frederick Memorial

Why I should hire you?

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I find it very difficult "managing myself up" as they say. My credentials, references and being published should speak for itself. Less

Loyola Medicine

Describe a recent failure and how you responded.

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Why are you looking to leave your current role?

Rockefeller University

Tell me about yourself. Why research nursing? Where do you see yourself in the future?

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Hello my name is Dawn PAIGE and I am a Registered Nurse. I have over twenty five years of experience as a nurse. I currently work as a Director of Patient Services and Case Manager for a community based Assisted Living Program. Question: Research Nursing offers clinicians an opportunity to advance their critical thinking and clinical competencies in a meaningful way that supports patients, families, and populations as medical advancements progress. I see myself being a part of the changes which are about to occur. In 1994 I worked in a specialized setting for Immunosuppressed patients. I had an opportunity to see where this research started and acknowledge how it has changed the lives of patients and families today. We have made positive strives in health care and improved the quality of life for those whom we serve. Education: BSN, Masters in Health Administration, Masters in Health Care Delivery Leadership, And currently Pursuing my DNP at Cappella University. Experience: Data Manager in the Department of Neoplastic Diseases at Mount Sinai Hospital. Staff Nurse Medical Surgical Nursing Substance Abuse Nurse Home Care Nurse community, Infusion Therapy, Asthma education, wound care, and Nurse Assessments for certification of Home Health Aides at Partners in Care. Complaints Investigation for the New York State Department of Health Case Manager, Sub Acute Care, Assisted Living, and Medicare Case Manager at Managed Long Term Care company. Certifications: Case Management Legal Nurse Consultant PRI / Screen Assessor UASNY Assessor ACLS, BCLS, PALS Microsoft word, Excel, Out Look, Power Point, and Access Less

Northwestern Medicine

Tell me about a situation when you disagreed with another nurse. How did you handle it?

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I described a difficult patient situation that I felt some role strain with and I used that situation for a capstone project before graduation. Less

BayCare Health System

Know baycare values and how you use them daily.

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researched the values and had an answer ready

Personal-Touch Home Care

What is your style of management?

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answered as honestly as possible

Boston Medical Center

Where do I see myself in 5 years

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First I want to become competent, then I'd like to explore other possibilities

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