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Nurse residency Interview Questions

"Working in a nursing residence program demands the same care and attentiveness as any other nurse, but with the opportunity to learn under a smaller patient load. Employers will take the interview as an opportunity to learn how you would prioritize treatment of patients, your ability to multitask, and what kind of role you play in a team. Like a nurse, you will want to show that you can think critically, but as a resident, you will also want to show that you are eager to learn. Be sure to display your interpersonal skills, clinical knowledge, as well as compassion."

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Experience with negative customer/patient, and how you handled it.

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Always listen first to see if you can address anything being voiced give the correct information or tell the patient you don't have the answer but will find it out or find someone who does. Sometimes patients can be so upset it doesn't matter what you say and turning a distraught patient to a supervisor after all avenues have been taken can reslove the issue

If you are completely overwhelmed during the day with multiple discharges and admissions, tell me how you would prioritize your day.

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How would you add diversity to the work environment and your job as a nurse?

“How did you deal with a difficulty patient/situation, and if you encounter it second time what would you do?”

First round: Why Labor and Delivery(the area that I wanted)? Tell us about yourself? Second Round: Behavioral based. Tell us about a time... How do you handle conflict

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To begin with you will be asked to interview the candidate next to you and in 2 minutes explain why he/she would be a good fit for Stanford.

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What is one time you had a difficulty with a patient or coworker and how it was resolved?

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"Why should we hire you"

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Video: Tell me about yourself. Where do you see yourself in 5 years. Why RCH. In-person: where do you see yourself in 5 years? Why do you want to be a nurse and why RCH? What have you done to keep your nursing knowledge current (I've been out of school for a while). Then there was a NCLEX style priority question. What shift I wanted to work and what units 1-3.

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What is your 5 year plan?

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