The 2019 nurse qualification exam is over, and we are about to graduate soon. Everyone is looking for a job. Recently, many students have come to ask questions about hospital interviews. What are some common questions that candidates need to answer during the interview process? In order to improve the pass rate of everyone's interviews, we collected some frequently asked questions for nurses in the interview process for nurses during the interview process, and hope to help everyone.
1. Personal meter: The meter refers to a person's clothing, attitude, and grace. A beautiful meter often gives a friendly, dignified, and pure impression. Nurses' white and clean work clothes and work hats not only play a preventive and isolation role, but also represent the dignity and responsibility of nurses. Therefore, there is a strict requirement for nurse clothing, and it is best to prepare a suit of suitable nurses for the interview.
2. Perfect resume: Resume is indispensable for any job interview, so you need to prepare a resume that suits your personal needs. It is best to accurately express personal information in the resume, such as: basic personal information, academic qualifications, relevant skill levels, and the work you have participated in. Work experience is important. The interviewer needs to know how long you have been in nursing and so on. It is best to have a detailed resume for the interview.
3. Language: When speaking at the interview, it is best to speak clearly and people feel that you are stable and generous, and have affinity. Because the nurse profession often needs to communicate with patients, sometimes the charm of language can also treat patients. Because this is the basic requirement for nurses and patients to build a relationship of mutual understanding, trust and support. Those who can speak well will be successful in the job of interviewing a nurse.
Common interview questions
1. You give a patient an infusion and suddenly have an adverse reaction. What should you do?
As a nurse, first stop the infusion, inform the doctor, and treat it according to your doctor's advice!
2. How long does it take to wash your hands in seven steps?
During the whole process, rub your hands carefully for more than 15 seconds.
3. What should I pay attention to before dispensing liquid?
Understand the medicinal properties of each medicine, whether it has side effects, or is harmful, or reduces the effectiveness of the medicine.
4. If a colleague sue you to the leader, what should you do?
If I don't have conclusive evidence, or just hear a picture of a colleague complaining to the leader, the leader will not blame me, and I think nothing happened. If the leader talks to me, I will report according to the facts.
5. One patient ordered an analgesic for 4 hours. This time, the patient has used analgesics for less than three hours, and there is noisy pain.
Follow your doctor's advice correctly. Explain the indications and the course of action of the medication to the patient, and pay attention to observe whether the patient's condition has changed. If you cannot confirm it yourself, ask the doctor to check.
6. What if you arrange to work in the emergency department through an interview this time, but after working for a while and find that you are not suitable for emergency department work?
Try to adapt to work, not to adapt work to me. Find out the existing problems and actively solve the problems.
7. If you go to a new department and find that the relationship between colleagues is poor and the work is not good, what efforts will you make to change this situation?
Do not participate in any "group" and get along well. It is recommended that leaders (self-organized with conditions) conduct more collective activities to cultivate a collective concept and a sense of collective honor so as to improve the personal relationship of colleagues.
8. Talk about your advantages and disadvantages to nurse work?
Advantages: I am a novice, I have the latest professional ideas, expertise and skills, passion, and creativity.
Disadvantages: insufficient clinical experience. I will use the latest ideas, the latest skills and passion to create experience in the clinic.
9. What are the contraindications for gastric lavage?
(1) Gastric tube should not be inserted for those who do not control the convulsion. Forced insertion often can induce convulsions.
(2) Those who take caustics.
(3) History of esophageal varices or upper gastrointestinal bleeding.
(4) Take strong acid and alkali by mistake. Acute peritonitis.
10. When a trainee nurse treats a patient, it is often rejected by the patient. If you are a trainee nurse, what should you do?
Intern nurses should start with the most basic nursing care, and gradually gain trust through contact with patients and their families in the ward, especially the daily basic care. If you can often stand in the patient's perspective to think about what you need and provide your best Help, then your treatment will definitely be able to be accepted by the patient with the help of the instructor.
11. As a nurse, as long as you have good operating skills, you are an excellent nurse. Do you agree with this view? why?
(1) Passion for nursing, passion for his own job, and professionalism in serving human health.
(2) Concerned about the sickness of the patient, thinking what the patient thinks, and anxious the patient. Have a high degree of responsibility, compassion and love for patients.
(3) Good medical ethics and integrity, honesty and fairness. Do not perform illegal work or unfaithful work that violates your moral conscience to maintain your professional reputation.
(4) Have honest character, high moral cultivation and noble thoughts and sentiments.
(5) Have certain cultural knowledge, nursing theory and humanities knowledge, as well as basic knowledge of participating in nursing education and nursing research. Competent in nursing work and dare to study business technology to maintain a high level of care.
(6) Have strong nursing skills and can apply the working methods of nursing procedures to solve the patient's existing or potential health problems.
(7) Maintain good cooperative relations with peers and other personnel, respect each other, love, unity, and collaboration.
(8) Have a healthy mind, a cheerful and stable mood, a tolerant and open mind, and a strong physique. Work style is rigorous, subtle, proactive, decisive, agile, and realistic.
(9) Pay attention to civilization and politeness, standard terms, gentle manners, stable and dignified, neat clothing, and generous appearance.
12. When new patients are admitted, they are often unfamiliar with the environment and anxious about the disease. How do you receive newly admitted patients?
First of all, smile, treat patients as family members very realistically, then speak softly and clearly, and move gently. If you can talk to patients about successful cases of the disease in the past, they will be greatly encouraged.
13. When a patient is cured and discharged, they often thank the doctor first and neglect the care workers. What do you think of this problem?
It is more important to keep your mind steady. The doctor must be the main role in the treatment of the patient. The patient thank the doctor for nothing wrong. And the work of the nursing staff must be affirmed. If the patient recovers and ignores the nursing staff, as a nursing staff, there is no need to be upset. Because my own efforts and values have been reflected in the patient's smooth recovery and discharge, it should be self-affirmation and peace of mind. Being a medical worker is not for the affirmation of others. You can't put the cart before the horse. Instead of tangling these small things, it is better to strengthen your professional skills and better fulfill your duties as a nursing worker. As long as you give it wholeheartedly, you will definitely be affirmed by everyone.
14. What advantages do you think you can win in this position compared to others?
(1) analysis of their own strengths and weaknesses (deep and objective);
(2) Knowledge of the position you are applying for (seek truth from facts);
(3) Understanding of the relationship between personal characteristics and the post (full arguments explain the matching with the post);
(4) Prospects for individual future work (innovative and realistic).
15. As a nurse, what strengths do you think you are qualified for this job, and what are your shortcomings that need to be corrected after you become a competent nurse?
When the examiner asks such questions, you must calm down, think carefully, make calm answers to such questions, and you can answer them from these aspects:
(1) As a nurse, many people are contacted every day, and there are many emergencies of various classes, different groups of people. This is very important to exercise one's ability to deal with emergencies. We need to maintain the ability to deal with such problems. Be calm, approach things in an orderly manner, be stable, practical, and patient.
(2) My teamwork ability is particularly strong. I can unite colleagues, consult with colleagues with an open mind, and nurses are busy with work. Therefore, I need to have a strong team spirit. Only by uniting and cooperating and helping each other can we jointly complete the tasks of nurses. Create faster service enjoyment for patients.
(3) Of course, when it comes to shortcomings, you must be sincere and down-to-earth. You can answer like this: No one is perfect, no money is scarce, experience is short, and lack of work experience needs to be compensated in my future work and training. Only through continuous learning can we constantly improve ourselves and bring ourselves closer to qualified nurses. During the nurse interview process, you must be able to face up to your own shortcomings. Don't hide yourself, but it will make the examiner's impression of you much lower.
16. After the operation, the nurse found that there were only six gauze left, and she remembered that it was seven, but the doctor said that I was the director or you were the director. Tell me what you think?
A: First of all, we must be sure that the nurse's serious and responsible attitude is correct. If a gauze is really forgotten in the patient, the consequences will be unimaginable. The attitude of being responsible for the patient is the basic medical ethics that a doctor should possess. It is for the doctor to verify the correctness of the nurse's words without being quite sure, in a patient-oriented manner. The relationship between a doctor and a nurse is equivalent to the relationship between a leader and a subordinate. Therefore, as a leader, the suggestions made by the subordinates must be analyzed carefully, the correct suggestions must be adopted, and the different opinions of the subordinates on the leaders must be treated calmly and correctly. analysis. Obey leadership on non-principle issues, and report major issues to higher authorities. If your right opinion is not accepted, it will not work negatively.
17. When you are on duty, you already have a lot of affairs in hand, and the head nurse has given you another important thing. what would you do?
As nurses will inevitably encounter this situation, which requires us to find ways to overcome difficulties and complete tasks on time and with quality.
(1) It should be believed that this was the negligence of the head nurse, or that there were very few manpower, and there was no way to give it to me. Treat it correctly and not complain. If there are no conflicts in working hours, I will deal with them according to the principle of priority.
(2) If possible, when processing a new task, first adjust the affairs at hand to see if it can squeeze time to complete, and if overtime can be resolved, work overtime.
(3) If it does not work, explain the situation to the leader, and colleagues will assist or undertake other tasks. If it is most suitable for me to do so, then please ask the head nurse to coordinate and leave the affairs at hand to others.
18. Doctors often conceal their condition from patients. What do you think?
(1) From a psychological point of view, most patients become desperate when they learn that they are terminally ill, and even refuse to continue treatment. Therefore, proper concealment of the patient's condition is conducive to cooperating with the treatment. However, if the patient is aware of the condition and insists on inquiring about the condition, the doctor should respect the patient's right to know, take a gentle approach to inform the patient's condition, and provide more guidance to help him through the psychological Difficult.
(2) First of all, I don't think doctors should conceal the condition from patients. The reason is simple, because doctors cannot conceal the condition based on medical ethics. In addition, how can I get patient cooperation without telling the patient? The key is when and how the doctor tells the patient. At Harvard, an example was encountered: a patient had cancer, and the doctors considered it for a long time and decided to slowly disclose the unfortunate news to the patient. So when the doctor treats each day, he encourages the patient, and at the same time introduces him to the progress of the treatment and the state of the disease. Gradually, the patient had a real understanding of his condition, accepted the fact calmly, and finally passed away peacefully. The doctor also did a lot of meticulous work to the patient's family members and obtained their cooperation.
19. Where do you think the hospital you are internship is not very reasonable and how do you handle it?
(1) During the internship, I found that the hospital where I practiced provided fewer facilities for the disabled
(2) In response to this situation, I will first conduct surveys with my classmates, such as calculating the number of disabled people who enter the hospital in a week, and asking people with disabilities to fill out some questionnaires.
(3) After the investigation, I will write a detailed investigation report to the hospital, analyze the patient's satisfaction and the equipment that needs to be added, and propose practical solutions for the hospital's reference. I hope these situations can be resolved by the hospital
20. A salesperson from a large pharmaceutical company came to your department to sell drugs, claiming to have opened up relationships in the hospital and other colleagues have received red envelopes. As long as you help me to prescribe more medicines, you can get a proportional commission. When preparing to send you red envelopes At this time colleagues just come in, what should you do?
(1) I will tell the pharmaceutical agent that I will never accept red envelopes. As a medical worker, I have the minimum professional ethics.
(2) Actively communicate with colleagues, explain that this kind of thing happened for the first time, and ask your colleagues how to solve this kind of thing next time.
(3) Perform self-reflection to see if there is something wrong with your speech or behavior in general. The medication has created the wrong impression and caused misunderstanding!
(4) If this phenomenon of receiving red envelopes does occur, I should recommend to the hospital to improve the relevant system.
21. Your professionalism is very strong, and your leader is not familiar with the technical operation. You are often asked to do this and make you confused. What would you do?
First, people have their own strengths, and the leader is not familiar with technical operations, but his or her leadership organization and coordination ability is indeed better than mine. It is not surprising that this phenomenon exists in actual work. It should be recognized and accepted phenomenon.
Second, because the leader is the decision-maker and organizer, I am the implementer and my specific task completer. Generally, the leader's work plan and tasks must be as appropriate as possible.
Third, if the leader's work plan and tasks assigned violate technical operating procedures, blind execution may cause losses or accidents, and the leader must be convinced to change or refuse to execute.
Fourth, it is necessary to communicate frequently with the leader, and to discuss and discuss technical knowledge and operating procedures with him or her, so that he or she is familiar with the technical knowledge and operating procedures, and arrange and Before the task is assigned, give more constructive suggestions for his or her reference.
22. Suppose that you work in a certain unit and have outstanding achievements, which is affirmed by the leader. But at the same time you find that your colleagues are getting more and more isolated from you. What do you think of this problem? What are you going to do? (1) Outstanding achievements, good time to get affirmation from leaders, work harder in the future
(2) Review whether you are more enthusiastic about your work than your enthusiasm for inter-colleague communication, and strengthen inter-colleague communication. Common interests.
23. As a medical worker, what advantages and disadvantages do you think you have?
(1) I am a medical worker, engaged in medical work, able to contact all kinds of people, and often deal with some emergencies, which makes me have a strong ability to deal with people, calmer when dealing with incidents, and level of affairs Clear, straightforward, and serious, steady, patient and meticulous.
(2) I have a strong group spirit, can establish a trustful cooperative relationship with colleagues, have good listening and communication skills, can interact with others, share information and honor, and work hard at work, It can be completed in time, and is willing to help colleagues, willing to take on tasks other than their own work, and this spirit has been improved and improved in the work.
(3) As the saying goes, no one is perfect, and no one has enough money. There are also shortcomings in me, such as low social experience and little work experience. Only through my own continuous discovery and correction, and sincerely, Asking others to learn with an open mind can you overcome shortcomings and constantly improve yourself.
24. When you are on duty, an emergency number in front of you suddenly faints. What do you do?
(1) It is normal to encounter such a thing at work. I should calmly, quickly and properly handle this matter, and I should not be a little flustered.
(2) Immediately check the patient's vital signs to see if it is stable, and at the same time report the situation to the hospital doctor on duty.
(3) If the patient's condition is stable, I will work with the nurse on duty to take appropriate symptomatic treatment of the patient's condition.
(4) If the patient's condition is more serious, I should immediately contact the doctors on duty in other departments and ask for assistance in treatment.
(5) During the treatment process, you cannot leave the job without permission, and you cannot arrange your own shift. If the patient needs my company for examination, etc., you should report the situation to the doctor on duty, and leave after getting approval.
25. When you are on duty in an emergency, your relatives and friends are looking for you urgently. What would you do?
(1) Ask relatives and friends carefully to understand the specific situation and nature of the emergency, and then make corresponding judgments.
(2) If this urgent matter is related to my occupation, such as the relative's discomfort or injury, I will deal with it according to the situation on duty at the time, according to the priority of the illness, and deal with the serious patient first, absolutely not because of personal relationships. Give priority to relatives.
(3) If it is a personal matter, I will explain to our relatives the principle of our emergency duty. We must stick to our position and not leave the job without authorization. We will see if I can help him after work. I believe my relatives and friends can understand it.
(4) If the matter is really urgent, I will ask the leader for leave, and leave the duty post after the duty leader agrees and arranges the replacement of relevant personnel.
26. What can you do if you find mass nitrite poisoning while you are on duty?
(1) Immediately report the situation to the hospital-level leaders, including the approximate number, location, and seriousness of the poisoning.
(2) Immediately contact the doctor on duty and report the specific situation, and ask the doctor on duty to notify the hospital departments to prepare for the rescue of a large number of patients.
(3) Rescuing patients should be prioritized, and those who are seriously injured should be rescued first. At the same time as rescue, be sure to get in touch with the patient's family as soon as possible.
(4) Notify the hospital security personnel to maintain order and pay attention to appease the family members' emotions to prevent the situation from further deterioration. In the process, report any situation to your superior.
27. The country is vigorously developing community health. Our city ’s health bureau has decided that starting this year, all newly recruited medical staff must serve in township community health centers for 5 years. Do you think that your role in the community will be greater in the city-level hospitals? ?
(1) The state vigorously develops community health services. This is a policy that benefits the country and the people. As a newly recruited doctor, it is necessary to exercise at the grassroots level, and the work at the grassroots level is also very important. Therefore, I will not complain. Go to the grass-roots level with a positive attitude
(2) I think it is necessary to look at the magnitude of the effect. Working at the grassroots level can enrich my grassroots work experience and improve my basic business level, in order to lay a good foundation for better work in the future.
(3) However, the city-level hospitals can be exposed to a variety of diseases, and there are relatively many opportunities for exercise, and the business level can be greatly improved, because with the previous experience accumulated in the community, it can play a greater role.
28. In today's society, medical disputes have become a hot topic. What do you think?
(1) The occurrence of medical disputes and medical accidents is unavoidable, especially due to many factors in recent years, the incidence of medical accidents has shown a clear upward trend.
(2) Analysis of various types of medical disputes and accidents that have occurred in recent years, almost all can find lessons from responsibility. If the work is not serious, the system is not implemented, speak casually, do not talk about skills, etc. Therefore, I think that to prevent medical disputes, we must strengthen the sense of responsibility of personnel at all levels and types.
(3) No one wants to see medical disputes happen, because the wishes of both doctors and patients are the same. As medical staff, we need to strengthen communication, mutual understanding and trust with patients and their families. Medicine is a highly specialized field. Patients must first trust and comply with the doctor's instructions, actively cooperate with the doctor's treatment and examination, and understand some common knowledge about diseases. As for the "parents' heart of medical practitioners", medical staff should also treat anxious patients with a kind and patient attitude. It is recommended that they should be clear to their families when conducting related examinations and treatments. Only in this way can disputes be prevented subjectively, thereby ensuring the smooth progress of medical work, allowing patients to receive timely treatment and recover as soon as possible. Chengdu Recruitment Network (adnavinc.com)
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