Graduate registered nurse Interview Questions

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Queensland Health
Graduate Registered Nurse was asked...November 17, 2017

Why do you think you will make a good Registered Nurse? What are the 3 attributes that you can bring to the Sunshine Coast HHS?

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1.Responsible,2.good comunicater,3.caregirver

1.Responsible,2.good comunicater,3.caregirver

Reliability, honesty,time management

Counties Manukau Health

How do you manage stress and self care?

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Stress is easily manged by giving sincere and gentle smile to residents we met..when we mingle and communicate with them , considering them as our own, we don't feel any stress.always wear smile in our face.. when we smile our heart get relaxed,heart rate and breathing becomes normal, our brain get good oxygen supply..all these positives occur when a nurse smiles to residents instead of getting tensed Less

Hamad Medical

Basic nursing questions, especially international patient safety goals

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Just enumerated the 6 international patient safety goals

St. Dominic's

How can we make you a better nurse through hiring you to work for us ?

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Lea young was extremely helpful, personable and knowledgable about St. Dominic's. I appreciated her time and attention that she gave me to help me in the interview process. Less

Renown Health

What kind of nurse do you want to be

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truthfully

Sibley Memorial Hospital

What are your strengths? Weaknesses?

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If I hire you what will you bring to the team?

Dignity Health

Describe a time you experienced a pt. declining

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Ethical Issue

Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center

The questions were typical personality-based inquiries, as new graduates have little to no experience. I was asked about my experiences in nursing school, as well. In both interviews I discussed my self-perceived strengths and weaknesses, too. To be honest the HR interview lasted much longer and felt formal as compared to my nurse manager's casual interview style. I was able to meet staff on the unit that I was hired to after interviewing with the manager.

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I had both interviews in the timespan of 9:00am-12:00pm in the same day and was offered the job at 4:45pm that evening. Less

MedStar Health

Where do you see yourself in 5 years?

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I will have obtained my BSN by then and will be in the process of getting my masters. I will be a seasoned nurse that can perform competently and confidently in many different areas of nursing Less

Queensland Health

What would you do in this situation? (After example was given)

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Initiate a MET call and undertake a set of vital signs whilst waiting.

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