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Top 30 MRI Technologist Interview Questions

Question 1 of 30
What have you done in the past year to better yourself as a MRI Technologist?
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As an MRI Technologist how have you stepped outside the box to improve yourself? Interviewers don't want to hear that you are content with going to work, going home and doing it over the next day. Interviewers want to know how you are challenging yourself to learn new things. Are you volunteering? Are you helping your co-workers? Have you asked to be the lead on calibrating a new piece of equipment?
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Question 2 of 30
What do you feel would be your biggest contribution to our organization?
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Don't think that you have nothing to contribute because you lack the experience. The simple answer to this question can be that you can bring a new perspective to the job. Being fresh out of school or simply just new to the department is an advantage for new employers because you are a new set of eyes. You will be there to ask questions and make seasoned employees question why they have been doing something for so long.
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Question 3 of 30
What are your short term goals as an MRI Technologist?
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If hired, how long do you plan on staying with our company?
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Question 5 of 30
How would your former employer describe you?
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Question 6 of 30
Tell me, using examples, about your leadership style.
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Question 7 of 30
What kind of decisions are most difficult for you to make?
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Question 8 of 30
Have you ever lost your temper at work? If so, what was the cause?
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Question 9 of 30
How would you describe your work style?
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Question 10 of 30
Tell me something about yourself that I wouldn't know from reading your resume.
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Question 11 of 30
How do you prioritize your work?
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Question 12 of 30
What is your greatest strength?
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Question 13 of 30
What is your greatest weakness? What are you doing to improve it?
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Question 14 of 30
Why are you the best candidate for us?
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Question 15 of 30
What do you know about our organization?
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Question 16 of 30
How do you calm a patients fears if they suffer from claustrophobia?
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Question 17 of 30
What type of equipment are you most familiar with?
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Question 18 of 30
What do you enjoy most about working with patients?
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Question 19 of 30
How do you fill your downtime during a shift?
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Question 20 of 30
What is your most important career goal as an MRI Technologist?
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Question 21 of 30
What is the most difficult part of being an MRI Technologist?
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Question 22 of 30
Describe how you delegate responsibility in your current job.
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Question 23 of 30
What other hospitals have you applied to?
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Question 24 of 30
What do you like most about your previous position?
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Question 25 of 30
Have you been trained on any specific imaging equipment? If so, which ones?
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Question 26 of 30
What would you describe as your top accomplishment, so far, in your career?
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Question 27 of 30
Are you currently certified through the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (AART)?
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Question 28 of 30
Are you comfortable speaking directly with patients?
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Question 29 of 30
Are you comfortable with administering an IV?
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Question 30 of 30
Would you consider relocation?
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Question 1 of 30
What have you done in the past year to better yourself as a MRI Technologist?
User-Submitted Answers
1.
Helping the radiologist in mr breast biopsy.
2.
I visited and read about mri physics.
3.
Joined A.S.R.T. That offers articles & seminars for technicians: Joined an closed Mri safety group along with any other issues scanning on facebook to communicate with with technologist all over our country.
4.
I always try to refer books for every new technologies.
Question 2 of 30
What do you feel would be your biggest contribution to our organization?
User-Submitted Answers
1.
By working hard . Help patients and make them feel good and.
2.
My skills and knowledge is a great assest, I have to repore with my patient, im a good coordinator an enjoy organisation.
3.
Experience in 3 mri machiens will help me to give the best images that can ensure the radiologists to give best diagonostic reports.
4.
Team player and consistent.
5.
My skills and knowledge is a great assest, I have to repore with my patient, im a good coordinator an enjoy organisation.
6.
I bring a lot to the table, but my biggest contribution will be my patient care. I am a very compassionate person and feel it is a privilege to be trusted by the patient to help get them through an MRI.
7.
I am Experienced in 3T/1.5T mri machines will help me to give the best images that can ensure the radiologists to give best diagonostic reports on the Fonar MRI. I am sure I can learn quickly in this MRI machine. I would like also to make our patients happy from their short stay here and ensure they hve the best customer service.
8.
Superior patient care skills, expirence do in a wide range of contrast and non contrast exams paying attention to patients needs and detail.
9.
By offering my time commitment and dedication.
10.
I have a wide range of skills. Worked in Fast paced Trauma centers, out pt imaging, smaller hospitals.
11.
I would be a great asset because I'm a hard worker, and a team player.
12.
I am a grate team player. What ever I do, I will focus on the organisation goal and mission, so that together we achieve it.
13.
Maintaining your name and fame and trying to improve it.
Question 3 of 30
What are your short term goals as an MRI Technologist?
User-Submitted Answers
1.
Full time employee maybe a manager or a head tech.
2.
In the same company, in next higher level.
3.
Specialised in some of the complex procedures.
4.
Working as a MRI technologist.
5.
I see myself as a leader in medical lmaging. I think my career thus far shows how driven I am, I am always pushing myself to advance.
6.
Ill still be in Stand Up MRI after 5 years from now and continue to learn more in Fonar MRI.
7.
MRI technologist, supportive wife and mother.
8.
Learning as much knowledge to senior level and helping run the department smoothly, but I also have a keen interest in Functional MRI
9.
I. Would like to. Be working here. I did my training @Hershey medical center in Hershey & I seen they up with current quality standards & keep up with technology.
10.
Advance my positions to lead tech.
11.
Woking as a technologist in a hospital or outpatient facility.
12.
I see myself attaining a leadership role in a well recognized institution and maintaining the high level standards of healthcare if not improving it.
13.
With a stable job, hopefully advancing to receive higher pay and more benefits.
14.
My short term goal is to gain more experience in doing MRI scan.
15.
Whatever the work s allotwd to I should complete with my full involvement.
Question 4 of 30
If hired, how long do you plan on staying with our company?
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1.
As long as the best I can do for the company.
2.
As long as it I can and it is a long term.
3.
Till I retire. I have worked in this type of environment and. Unfortunately had a personal medical problem that needed me to look to me doing well & 1 was something my Dr's felt would be better to do @ that time. Was comfortable in that environment & new I needed to find a hospital comparable to my prior position.
4.
If you hire me, I will work as long as professionally challenges.
5.
Till you show respect towards me and confindend on my job.
Question 5 of 30
How would your former employer describe you?
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1.
Hard working and consistent.
2.
Reliable, good relationship with pt's & co-workers Independent if need be Comfortable to our satellite outpatient center across town from the hospital with knowing both CT & Mri was open to fill the area they needed me to fill in.
3.
My iemployer would describe me as very hardworking, reliable with both attention to detail for specific tasks and the ability to step up and manage a laboratory through seeing overarching wider mangment issues.
4.
I can adapt very fast to the new environment. I can work under pressure and in stressful environment yielding the result in given time frame.
Question 6 of 30
Tell me, using examples, about your leadership style.
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1.
Be a knowledgable, friendly, cheerful, ask for needs to be done with respect.
2.
I manage the team very well, alocate staff accordingly, and send breaks in mind of patient flow.
3.
Took care of the work flow I handled all inpatients by checking for an safty hazards Took all calls from the radiologist, units who had questions & that needed to have monitors removed bfore coming for the scan & ER, along with any questions about scanning & protocold.
4.
My leadership role is to let others give ideas.
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I always discuss the mater with my colleague before making any decision.
Question 7 of 30
What kind of decisions are most difficult for you to make?
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1.
Decisions those are serious in diagnostic.
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To decide on thgs beyond my scope of practice.
3.
When their is conflict between two bosses.
Question 8 of 30
Have you ever lost your temper at work? If so, what was the cause?
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1.
Too many people talking to me at the same time.
2.
Sitting and chatting while patients are waiting to be seen.
3.
When people repeatedly do the same things.
Question 9 of 30
How would you describe your work style?
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1.
Take care one patient at a time by giving the patient care and the best diagonostic results.
2.
Always needing to do more and with full attention.
3.
Organized, always taking the time to complete everything.
Question 10 of 30
Tell me something about yourself that I wouldn't know from reading your resume.
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1.
I am a mature adult, I have 3 children, I love music, good food, I love to dance and would like to learn salsa, I enjoy relaxing I love comedy shows I love to laugh it medicine after a hard day at work,
2.
I am family oriented helping motivated person.
3.
I am honest, dedicated to my post, team player,
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Hardworking, love medical imaging.
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I am motivated, punctual and always willing to go the extra mile.
6.
I graduated from Red Rocks 2 years ago, and got hired on in X-ray right away at one of my clinical sites. I quickly moved from PRN to full time. Last summer a cross training opportunity came up in MRI and I was chosen. This past october I was offered a weekend position in MRI. I took and passed my MR registry in march. Currently I am working part time in MRI and part time in X-ray. I am pursuing other opportunities because I would like to work full time in MRI, and the weekend shift is hard on my family. So here I am.
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41 mother from southern il moved to central il in 2001 enjoy spending time with family, meeting new people and enjoy the outdoors.
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My hobbies are cooking I enjoy experiemnting with different ingredients to make the best dishes. Calligraphy and canvas art work, sports working as a team and reading and writing poerty.
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I've been doing Mir for 16 yrs now. I am a registered Mir & x-ray technician Consider myself to be competent & very educated doing this modality. Also did cross training in CT Consider myself.
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I'm very mature lady, hard working, caring and confendent.
11.
Describe how you delegate responsibility in your current job.
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I have involve in inspecting X-ray room in present company and was able to give feedback and modified almost all the x-ray room into standard size.
Question 11 of 30
How do you prioritize your work?
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I will priority to those who fasting contrast injections, diabetic patients, elderly patients,
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Resus first, more critical patients and then accordingly.
3.
Ill prioritize work in case to case basis situations.
4.
I care for current patients and patients who have waited longer.
Question 12 of 30
What is your greatest strength?
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1.
I have great people skills im able to empathise I have great intuition, iam able to calm a situation an people feel comfortable around me.
2.
To achieve the best result in the most difficult situation.
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Always thinking and bringing possitive attitude to work place.
4.
Punctuality, adaptability, flexibility with positive attitude towards my profession.
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Punctuality, adaptability, flexibility with positive attitude towards my profession.
6.
I am a very compassionate person which allows me to make a connection with every patient. The number one compliment I get from patients is my calming disposition. Ive had a couple letters written to my managers and I get mentioned in our patient surveys on a regular basis.
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I'm patient, remain calm in stressful situations.
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Adaptability highly motivated quick to learn new skills show great enthusiasm towards learning as well as teaching new skills Reflection upon my actions and practise commincation multi lingual leadership skills.
9.
Wide range of scanning all kind of pts from outpatient, anthesia pts& icu pts who need to be monitored Care very much about doing high quality work Good. Pt communication skills I know how to get a good :'( along with keeping everything in motion to stay on schedule.
10.
My hard work and determination. When there is something to complete, I always make sure that it is done well.
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Great work ethics and organizational skills.
Question 13 of 30
What is your greatest weakness? What are you doing to improve it?
User-Submitted Answers
1.
Perfectionism I try to get best possible images in shortest time possible.
2.
I can be a bit layed back, so I give myself time limits to work within so that I dont take to much time over anyone thing.
3.
Trying to do it myself. Work with a team.
4.
Perfectionist, I am working on it and understand every on is not the same.
5.
IV cannulation. Planning to attend a course.
6.
My greatest weakness as it pertains to this position and compared to my fellow canidates is probably my lack of experience in MRI. But I value experience and I try to learn from everything I can, and I learn quickly because of this. I think my drive to advance makes up for my level of experience.
7.
I am good at leading myself but I could improve leading others.
8.
Applying different methods of distraction for younger patients, but every child is different, and each child would need a different level of communication dependent upon thier age.
9.
Take on to much work without asking for help What I learned to do is take a step back & look @ what needs to be done. By important jobs first & things that can wait. Look to see if there's something that someone can take care of doing.
10.
Lay back and I trying to have more broad focus.
11.
My desire to do everything well can sometimes be a weakness.
12.
Sometime I come across with mistake, how ever I try to learn as much as from every mistake, so that my error can be minimize and also sometime I ask my colleague to get best solution to that mistake.
Question 14 of 30
Why are you the best candidate for us?
User-Submitted Answers
1.
I am honest and very dedicated person, im ambitious and very hard working, I have the skills and knowledge,
2.
My experience and skills are matching your requirements.
3.
Because I have the experience an dknowledge.
4.
You will not meet someone who loves there job and works as hard as I do. I have earned this reputation at my current facility and will work to do that here as well.
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I am dependable, expirenced and enjoy caring for others.
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Used to using new equipment adaptability is great and quick learner.
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I consider my self as a well educated tecnician Take pride in my work accurate & efficient I work well with coworkers & my pts. I feel competent with communicating with radiologist & feel comfortable answering any questions they need from me.
8.
Because I am always responsible and will perform the best work possible for you.
9.
As I mention earlier, I am a great team player, together we achieve the organization's goal.
10.
I can make your organisation grow even bigger.
Question 15 of 30
What do you know about our organization?
User-Submitted Answers
1.
Ou are well established you have phillips scanner and 2 ct scanner you are very department and you specialise in cardiac mri you.
2.
One of the best organization in patient care and best in modalities.
3.
It is a well established and developing every day to improve patient experience.
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Highly reputed company providing both fixed and mobile fleets.
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Irts a government organization.
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I know that Rose is known for it's mom baby unit. I know the mri department has one magnet in the hospital and one close in the outpatient facility.
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Founded in 1913, 107 bed hospital large enough to treat illnesses but small enough to give patients personal attention.
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I did my training @ Hershey Medical Center in Hershey & know people who do me I I also know Hershey keeps up to good quality service & have passion for there services. They are rated & known for their high quality modalities rated as a top ranked hospital.
9.
I know the history of your organization. I also know the people you serve now.
10.
Your organisation really suit my skill and expertise.
Question 16 of 30
How do you calm a patients fears if they suffer from claustrophobia?
User-Submitted Answers
1.
Talk to patient, explain the examinations and what will be the effect of the huge machine he/she is seeing.
2.
Talk to them through the scan, offer music.
3.
Insure that it will be fine ill always be with you and explain the procedure.
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I explain him the procedure with serenity, I showing him the apparecchiature and I contact the patient during the exam, if it is too agitated I will ask him if he has a tranquillizer pill to take.
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I will explain what the patient is going to experience during the exam that may reduce the phobia.
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By explaining the patient the whole procedure and the mri scan machine and the benefits of the scan.
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Tell the pt. It's going to be ok.
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Close your eyes and I wll give you a varaity of songs your choice. It is safe and try it if you feel stressed you can let me know by pressing the buser so tha I can terminate the exam.
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I will give advise to patients close your eys.
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Reassure the patient and explain the procedure patient . Give ear defender or a ear phones with good music of patient choice.
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Explain procedure to patient Provide patient with music or soothing nature videos inform them about OPEN mri.
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Talk to them through the scan, give them wash cloth, play them music.
13.
Every patient is different. I think I am good at reading people and customizing their experience accordingly. Some people want you to talk them through everything, explain exactly how long each sequence is and encourage them by telling them they are doing a good job. Others want to get through it as fast as possible so I spend less time talking to them. I have learned from some very experienced techs, and have many tricks up my sleeve to help patients through the MRI
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Ill talk to the patient and make them focus on breathing relaxation technique, to breathe in and breathe out.. Or let them choose what channels they want on tv infront to them..
15.
Pausing during the test to check on them, offering blindfold turning on a fan. Keeping calm and being patient.
Question 17 of 30
What type of equipment are you most familiar with?
User-Submitted Answers
1.
Yes I have previous used the phillips console.
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No fully but yes to some extent.
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Yes, I am capable and confident in working with ge, siemens systems.
4.
I am familiar with your GE magnet as I grew up on GE. I have never worked with toshiba equipment but I am confident in my ability to learn quickly and would love an opportunity to expand my experience base.
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Yes I have 5 yrs expirence in MRI
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Yes. I have with GE scanners for many years Also scanned using Siemens& phillip scanners.
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I am familiar with two types of equipment.
Question 18 of 30
What do you enjoy most about working with patients?
User-Submitted Answers
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My participation for their well being physically and emotionally.
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The ability to have contact with the person and the feeling.
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Since of care makng a difference heling some to feel better.
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I am enjoy when patient is satisfied for my kindness or for the quality of my work.
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Once I see happiness on their face.
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The care that I provid with smile and when they recognise it and become relaxed. When they leave the department in a hahhp mood.
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We come across variety of people.
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Communicating with patient, helping them.
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I enjoy being able to help people. I also like to be challenged, and when a difficult patient comes up, I like to be able to think outside of the box to get the images necessary.
Question 19 of 30
How do you fill your downtime during a shift?
User-Submitted Answers
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By checking supplies and making sure there is no shortage of supplies when heeded Offering help to coworkers and asking management how can I help.
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Restocking, cleaning, rescheduling patients.
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Clean and stock. Assist other modality.
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In my freetime I read a book scientific and thriller, I go swimming for maintain my performance and I walk in m ountain or in the nature for relax my mind.
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Call the service engineer to fix the problem. Call the patients to let them know the situation and how fast it will be fixed. Fill up all needs for mri suits. Check and make sure the next day schedule to assure the service will be done.
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By checking all patients are booked out appropriately, doing neccessary paper work, checking stoks and do some clining.
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Talk them through the process to reassure them and educate them about the length of time and the necessity to keep still. If this does not help them then educate them on alternative modalities.
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Inform patient about machine downtime,
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Stock supply stock linen, clean equipments.
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Clean and stock rooms, check supplies. Check linen, protocol.
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Checking the history of scheduled patients.
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I try to clean and stock the exam rooms. I also ask other co-workers if they need any help with their exams.
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Completing other tasks that need to be completed.
Question 20 of 30
What is your most important career goal as an MRI Technologist?
User-Submitted Answers
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To earn a bachelors degree and pursue my career as an MRI tech by moving up toward management so I can share my experience and knowledge with coworkers and help our company to prosper.
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To help the radiologist and produce high diagnostic quality images as I can.
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Becoming efficient as a tech an becoming the lead tech.
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Improve my knowledge and take a master in mri.
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To give best diagonostic images in a shortest time.
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To be specialist and cardiac mri specialist.
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To become a mri manager with international standards.
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Once I become certified, that is my career goal. I have wanted to do MRI ever since before going to x-ray school. It's my passion and my dream.
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To work until retirement. To improve my skills with parameters.
Question 21 of 30
What is the most difficult part of being an MRI Technologist?
User-Submitted Answers
1.
Long scans I wish we could have fast pace scans so we can help more pts in need of mri.
2.
Seeing the patient being afraid from the machine.
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Only that I must stay sitdown for a long time.
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Long time the patient in the mr machine.
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Nothing to dislike as MRI is our life.
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When noise creeps into the images, and scans have to be repeated.
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I enjoy my job and do not really dislike anything.
Question 22 of 30
Describe how you delegate responsibility in your current job.
User-Submitted Answers
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By doing my job in a friendly and professional manner.
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Has lead rad, I allocate jobs to staff, all staff are qualified an experience so it not necessary to choose a person for ajob, I may shuffle person around to ease according to suitability to the job or experience.
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Do what the doctor order for and listen to the patient they need.
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I keep an eye on skill mix and I ensure the work load is shared amlng members. Treat faily and motivte staff morale.
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Delegated as per responsibility . Example as per mhra.
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Patient positioning, Image planning, equipment control.
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I currently do not delegate responsibility.
Question 23 of 30
What other hospitals have you applied to?
Question 24 of 30
What do you like most about your previous position?
Question 25 of 30
Have you been trained on any specific imaging equipment? If so, which ones?
Question 26 of 30
What would you describe as your top accomplishment, so far, in your career?
Question 27 of 30
Are you currently certified through the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (AART)?
Question 28 of 30
Are you comfortable speaking directly with patients?
Question 29 of 30
Are you comfortable with administering an IV?
Question 30 of 30
Would you consider relocation?

About MRI Technologist

February 18th, 2017

As an MRI technician you operate magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scanners. MRI scanners use strong magnetic fields and radio frequencies to create 3D images of a patient's body tissues, which physicians then use as an aid to diagnosis. As a skilled MRI technician you may choose to specialize in pediatrics, cardiac, neurological or intraoperative imaging. Due largely to the aging population’s increased need for health care services your job is secure as an MRI Technologist.

As an MRI technician your job involves substantial physical activity and requires good health and stamina. You may need to lift or assist patients who are moving from gurneys and wheelchairs onto the scanner table or position body parts or pieces of equipment. Attention to detail is one of your greatest assets. MRI technicians need to follow physician instructions meticulously in order to obtain clear, useful images. Your empathy and communication skills help you gain the cooperation of patients who are in pain or experiencing claustrophobia. An Associates degree and certification is needed to be an MRI Technologist.

To prepare for your interview you'll want to have your Certification by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) handy or your MRI technicians license administered by the state or ARRT. Consider a mock interview with a friend or family member showing you've prepared for the interview. Have your elevator speech planned for explaining your strengths and weaknesses and how you work with others.

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