I am a level 2 NICU and am not specifically trained for that job. I would be totally into learning that skill. I am a fast learner with a high IQ and lots of experience. I have also attended many births as an L and D nurse. Less
I practiced my elevator pitch prior and referenced what I've done in college and touched on where I have worked with children in high school to add to the fact that I will be working with babies and parents and have experience with it. Less
They asked a few circumstantial questions in regards to prioritization.
i.e: What would you do if a patient was insisting you stay with them in their room to talk, however you still have a lot of things to do for the day?