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Top 30 Nuclear Medicine Technologist Interview Questions

Question 1 of 30
How do you perform a Radioactive iodine uptake test?
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Question 2 of 30
What is your experience preparing radiopharmaceuticals?
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"This will be my first job since graduating. I would verify that when ordered by the physician the procedure desired is annotated, the drugs to be used, the amounts to be administered, the route of administration, and, if applicable, the rate of infusion."
"I've been preparing radiopharmaceuticals for the last two years. I'm sure to prepare them according to the instructions of the manufacturer as well as the correct aseptic procedures."
As a Nuclear Medicine Technologist, you know that radiopharmaceuticals are drugs that contain radionuclides that emit radiation. The distribution of the radiopharmaceutical within the body is determined by the physiochemical properties of the drug, the stability of the radiolabel, the purity of the radiopharmaceutical preparation, the pathophysiologic state of the patient, and the presence or absence of interfering drugs. If you are new to the field explain that you are looking forward from learning from your Sr. Technologists. If preparing radiopharmaceuticals has become second nature, tell the interviewer about your experience preparing and administering them to your patients.
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Question 3 of 30
What type of clinical settings have you worked in?
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"My last year has been supporting an Intensive Care Unit. I've learned how to prioritize and work under pressure."
"Over my 10 year career, I've worked for a small clinic. I'm looking forward to the opportunity to work in a busier location and learn from other medical professionals that I will be supporting in the ER."
Clinical settings you may have experience with are in-patient, out-patient, ICU, ER, family practice, community clinics, other settings within hospitals. Tell the interviewer which setting you've worked in and how you've been successful in them. If this will be your first job out of school, tell the interviewer where you did your clinicals or what type of setting you've volunteered in.
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Question 4 of 30
What is your greatest weakness? What are you doing to improve it?
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"Early in my career, I realized that I sometimes take on too many projects because I'm afraid to say "
"One of my weaknesses is my ability to place an IV within a few seconds. Practice makes perfect and I'm working to make this one of my strengths."
Try to relate this to your day-to-day tasks while also providing a specific strategy for self-improvement. By clearly knowing your strengths and weaknesses, you can highlight your self-awareness and your commitment to improvement.
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Question 5 of 30
Are you willing to relocate?
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"I am not able to relocate at this time. My son is graduating high school in a few months so it may be an option at that time."
"I'm not able to relocate but I am happy to work at various locations within a 30-mile radius."
It's common for Medical Professionals to travel and cover between medical centers. Be clear during your interview if you are able to relocate or travel within a 30-mile radius. Answering this question stating you are not willing to relocate isn't necessarily a deal breaker. Be honest and see if you can negotiate with the interviewer.
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Question 6 of 30
Have you used a scintillation counter before?
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Question 7 of 30
What questions do you have for us?
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Question 8 of 30
Are you familiar with nuclear medicine procedures and guidelines? Where do you go to find/review these guidelines?
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Question 9 of 30
How do you measure radioactivity of your patient and colleagues?
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Question 10 of 30
Describe your work ethic.
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Question 11 of 30
When are you available to start?
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Question 12 of 30
As a Nuclear Medicine Technologist many safety protocols need to be followed. How do you ensure compliance?
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Question 13 of 30
Are you actively interviewing with other companies?
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Question 14 of 30
Describe your experience performing IV placement and/or venipuncture.
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Question 15 of 30
Tell me something about yourself that I won't read on your resume.
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Question 16 of 30
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Question 17 of 30
Why are you looking for a new position?
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Question 18 of 30
How do you handle a stressful situation?
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Question 19 of 30
Have you organized work schedules?
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Question 20 of 30
Describe your working relationships with your colleagues.
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Question 21 of 30
Being a nuclear medicine technologist requires great attention to detail. Would you consider yourself a detail-oriented person?
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Question 22 of 30
Do you prefer to work independently or part of a team?
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Question 23 of 30
What are your salary expectations?
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Question 24 of 30
What types of communication situations cause you difficulty? Give an example.
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Question 25 of 30
What do you know about our health care facility?
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Question 26 of 30
What is the difference between PET and SPECT scans?
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Question 27 of 30
How do you earn the trust of your co-workers?
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Question 28 of 30
In your opinion, what are the 3 most important characteristics that a successful nuclear medicine technologist should have?
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Question 29 of 30
How do you extend compassion to a patient who is experiencing high levels of emotional stress?
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Question 30 of 30
What makes you a great problem solver?
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Question 1 of 30
How do you perform a Radioactive iodine uptake test?
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I am currently in my final year of university at Newcastle and whilst on my clinical placements I have gained an immense amount of experience at different hospitals and private practices.
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I have no experience for a paying job even.
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No experience. But my Mom is a nurse and my Dad had cancer so I have seen it.
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I have never had an experience as Nuclear Medicine Technologist.
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As a student radiographer I worked in NM . My radiology service manager, Mr Cope, injected isotopes and dual reported which was unique then. He co- authored many NM books with a consultant radiologist, Dr Goldstein. It was many years after that I appreciate this. I started to rotate through NM at lister and was encouraged by the NM lead, CD, to do my post grad.
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Four plus years working two Prn positions in small facilities. With the assistance of my Director of Radiology, I designed the Nuc Card program at FCMC, created a new questionnaire and shook hands with the new Cardiology group physicians, but the expansion plans were put on hold, so my full time employment was too put on hold...
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My previous experience as a Nuclear Medicine Technologist is 25 weeks of clinical practice over my 3 year degree. I have had clinical practice in the Hunter, Dubbo, Central Coast, Brisbane and Westmead. At each I was given the opportunity to experience and learn new imaging procedures and methods to improving my imaging/customer service performances. The Dubbo clinical aided in building my confidence as a Nuclear Medicine Technologist and confirmed this is the career and profession I am passionate about. On the central coast I gain some experience in BMD and learnt different methods for dealing with difficult situations such as camera malfunctions, difficult patients and clashes in personalities between staff. In Brisbane, I became very confident in cardiac imaging and at Westmead I had a great experience in paediatric imaging and modification in dosing and procedural methods.
Question 2 of 30
What is your experience preparing radiopharmaceuticals?
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Yes I do. I am meticulous and detail oriented. I always follow the proper steps in everything I do.
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I can get distracted but it has been getting better all these years.
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I have learned in my volunteer work that how to follow instructions so I am good at it.
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Yes, I follow every step in the same order as it was given to me.
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Yes, however I like to be able to see the logical and game plan of those instructions so I can carry out those instructions to the best of my ability. By understanding I can give better results.
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Yes. So long as the communication is clear, I never deviated from an instruction without consultation.
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I do follow instructions well. I like to confirm the instructions by relaying them back in my own words to ensure I can complete them correctly to the best standard.
Question 3 of 30
What type of clinical settings have you worked in?
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Yes I am. I am totally comfortable with lifting patients onto the table and positioning them for tests.
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I would say I have the muscles for the work for the average person.
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After I graduated from college, I did work for a short while at Nursing home where I was able to lift and move patients. Yes, I will be able to lift and move patients.
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Yes. I have moving and handling training and experience with patients living with dementia.
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Yes, I am able to give aid to the patients who need help using urgonomic techniques to reduces risk of injury.
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Yes I believe that I possess the ability to life and move patients when necessary.
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Yes, I can lift and move patients whenever they ask me to do so as I use to work out for an hour or so every other day.
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Yes. I may have a small stature but I'm creative and find ways to move patients as needed.
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I regularly do resistance training to maintain muscle. With the assistance of a tech aide, hover mat or transporter. I can lift 59 pounds unassisted.
Question 4 of 30
What is your greatest weakness? What are you doing to improve it?
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My greatest weakness is I am too hard on myself.
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I tend to be critical of my own work, I pride myself in having few errors when I work. I realize that sometimes I can go a little overboard so I have started to trust my work and make an effort to not check and recheck my work when possible.
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My greatest weakness would have the be that I can not, not finish tasks, If I start something I can not just walk away.
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My greatest weakness is I tend to be slow at the start. I am improving it by reading up about my tasks before hand and to relate whatever my task is. I also do time management to allocate time to tasks to improvise the results.
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My greatest weakness is I am very hard on myself. I always want to do the best job possible and I hate not being the best at what I do. What I do to improve that is studying more and learning from my actions, peers and mentors so that I can do the best job possible.
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My greatest weakness is not believing in myself. I am trying to be more confident by reassuring the decisions that I have made and understanding that I am good enough to do whatever I set my mind to.
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I really let people push me around and I am a real rat.
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My weakness is feeling shy or saying no. Since many years am growing up with many works which suppose to be other responsibility. Examples: documentation work, as a technologist no need for me to involve .
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Being too short and to the point, it can be seen as being rude or aggressive.
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I think I dont have so much weaknesses but if I can mention one, it would be to arrive just on time to meetings, to improve it, I would leave home 15 to 20 minutes in advance to arrive even 10 to 15 minutes before the meetings.
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When people ask for help always say yes I cannot say no but I take lesson because if not train to do this job I am not allowed to help.
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I think am very sensitive ..... Now am trying to be pratical.
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Expecting everyone to work to their full potential. Work with staff to nurture their potential, but slowly, always lead by example.
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I have a hard time saying No. I am working to be more efficient, so that more is possible. I don't like saying no...
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I ask a lot of questions. A lot of the time it is to confirm the task I am completing to being done correctly or confirming my current knowledge on a subject is correct or if I need to perform extra research to ensure my knowledge is up to date. Ways I am utilising to improve my weakness is to practice the tasks or do extra study in subjects I am not as confident in.
Question 5 of 30
Are you willing to relocate?
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I really hate wasting time on things and wish that more people can do things for themselves put that takes far too long.
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Yes. I can prioritise my workload and multitask.
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I am efficient with my time, I make sure to plan ahead in order to achieve the goals of the day.
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Yes, I try to do every task that I have scheduled for that day.
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Yes I am efficient with my time.
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Yes. I plan ahead as to what's needs doing daily, weekly and monthly .I am disciplined and work hard to finish tasks that need doing.
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Yes, I have improved significantly in time and patient management over the course of my clinical practices. I schedule myself and aim to stick to it, if an issue arises I find a way to manage the situation and get back on track.
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Break the task into manageable chunks with their own mini deadlines.
Question 6 of 30
Have you used a scintillation counter before?
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I try not to panic, I stay calm, prioritize and get going.
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I keep calm and focus on the work I am doing.
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I think how to solve it and I think what other people have done then I do it in a similar fashion.
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Pressure is import to me. Good pressure such as lots of assignments to work on or upcoming deadlines that really helps me to stay motivated and active and get the taks done within specified times or deadlines. While stressful situations I react to situations rather than stress.
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I try focusing on the most important taske at that time and the one which is near to deadline. I try to stay calm and not to panic.
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I try not to panic and remain calm. I prioritize what needs to be done.
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I try to do my best giving priority to the more important and vital things and little by little in a quick manner I try to solve the situation that I am dealing with.
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I have come a crossed stressful situation, according to situation I will act.
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Take a deep breath to calm down and short break.
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With self confidence, dedication and believe in god.
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Stay calm. Break the situation up into different parts and start to analysis each component and what needs to change in order to reduce stress. For example. Stressed about a for coming exam. Plan revision and breaks .
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I count to ten. I stay calm and focused.
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I take a deep breath, assess the situation, run a scenario in my head to find the best method to address the situation, and then apply the solution. If my methods are not successful I seek aid or advice from my peers or supervisor.
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I pray and look at pictures of my family... And food.
Question 7 of 30
What questions do you have for us?
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Mostly I can look down on myself as a loser.
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Yes I do as I like my medical career.
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No . With my this much years I understand that no one should take pride on anything because all we have is temporary.
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Always, I don't settle for second best. I think our patients deserve to get the best care and attention we can give.
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Every Day! My goal is to do better than the day before, and Focus on treating every patient as if they were me.
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I take great pride in my work and I am always looking for ways to improve.
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Making patients feel cared for do their procedure is more pleasant.
Question 8 of 30
Are you familiar with nuclear medicine procedures and guidelines? Where do you go to find/review these guidelines?
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I am fairly familiar with the guidelines I have performed during my rotations. I would look back to the hospital protocols and the guidelines I have written up during my rotations to compare.
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I am familiar but realize they can change, I find or review these guidelines through the NRC
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Yes, there is a number of places I would look to find/review guidelines including textbooks, journal articles and ANZSNM.
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I am familiar with nuclear medicine procedure guidelines as I use to read the articles about it on the web and the SAIT College site.
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Local rules should be readily available in the dept. ARSAC guidelines are in the orange book but also available on line. EP, IRMER, IRR, Trust radiation policies etc.
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Yes I am, and the SNM. Org has all procedure guidelines should our department not have current copies at hand.
Question 9 of 30
How do you measure radioactivity of your patient and colleagues?
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I am a very hard working and dedicated individual. And faces new challenges head on.
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I believe I am an honest, loyal, punctual, fast learner, and a very hard worker.
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Because I am committed to achieving individual and team goals.
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Because i'm mature, well rounded, patient focused, but mainly because I firmly believe the nuclear medicine is the true future of medicine.
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I would like to help people get treatment and find the right treatment.
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I think I would be an ideal candidate for this program because of my knowledge in medicine and also because of my knowledge in Traumatology and Orthopedic Surgery and obviously my desire and eagerness to know more and be more expert in Nuclear medicine Technology.
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Experience, I think I would fit in well with existing staff. Bring new ideas. ISAS accessor so always getting new ideas from hospitals around the country. Will always work hard and dedicate to our patients.
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I am conscientious, on time, high energy and seek to be as efficient as humanly possible. I am an asset to the facilities I have worked for, seeking to improve the departments. I will do the same for you.
Question 10 of 30
Describe your work ethic.
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I think every new change in medicine is for the improvement and wellness of the health of patients. Therefore, the effect that can bring any new change in medicine would be for the good and wellbeing of patients.
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CT/SPECT will be normal protocol. This area is particularly poor for scanners. Will see more PET/CT . We have started to look at radiology as a business, which is no bad thing. Patients must always be put first .The 24/7 is changing the way we work leading to a lot of Radiographers leaving the profession taking with them experience.
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Healthcare reform has already impacted Nuclear Medicine. Fewer procedures are being done due to lack of approval, or poor reimbursement.
Question 11 of 30
When are you available to start?
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We need a diploma from a College that has this career in Canada. Graduates are eligible to access the Canadian Association of Medical Radiation Technologists (CAMRT) certification exam which can lead to registration and employment as registered technologists in Canada. Access to the Nuclear Medicine Technology Certification Board exam (American) is also available.
Question 12 of 30
As a Nuclear Medicine Technologist many safety protocols need to be followed. How do you ensure compliance?
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To ensure the patient is in a good position for the study we want to perforn on him. Also, to put the patient in a comfortable position. Another one is to prepare the radiopharmaceuticals that are going to be given to the patients.
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I run the Nuclear Medicine department on a daily basis. I answer to my Director of Radiology, and she never has to hear from me. I contact patients the night before procedures, order doses and run daily operations as needed.
Question 13 of 30
Are you actively interviewing with other companies?
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Dealing with anxious patients.
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Increasing out patient attendance. Increasing on time arrival of out patients. Increasing on time arrival of stressing (cardiac stress) physicians. Doses have to be ordered with lag time calculated in. It is not a perfect world...
Question 14 of 30
Describe your experience performing IV placement and/or venipuncture.
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Abide for the wishes of the patients in case a medical emergency arise during the study. Also be compassionate with the patient and explain in a good softly intelligent maner when a cancer diagnosis is going to be given because the patient is asking about it.
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JACHO, EPA, NRC, OSHA, State regulatory commission compliance. Right dose, right patient, right route, image gently... Tell the truth, be mindful of HIPPA, and focus on my Job. Do the right things and the legal and ethical issues are mute.
Question 15 of 30
Tell me something about yourself that I won't read on your resume.
Question 16 of 30
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This is a skill I have developed through both plain film when working out of hours managing my own work load, and one that I have further developed since taking up my rotational post within nuclear medicine where as a department control the diary and book appointments I have also bene involved and experienced requirements to book urgent referrels with thought to radiopharmacy as well an example being when they had run out of angiosis so muga scanx needed ptuuuing together.
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Every day I will ensure first that the machines are functioning properly and be prepared with all the pharmaceuticals one day or even more depending on the case study we are going to make, be ready for all the things and special devices we are going to need for that day.
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Once a schedule is set, I call each patient to encourage they be on time, and give them pre procedure instructions, order doses. When they arrive, I greet them with a smile and hand shake. I also thank them for being on time, reassure them about the procedure, and treat them as I would like to be treated. I offer blankets, and any comfort possible while they are in department. I also escort each patient back to the waiting area when procedures are done.
Question 17 of 30
Why are you looking for a new position?
Question 18 of 30
How do you handle a stressful situation?
Question 19 of 30
Have you organized work schedules?
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I like being working with patients with rare diseases. On the othe hand maybe working weekends.
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I love serving people. I dislike the meat grinder approach: if you can get 8 done in a day, lets try ten... When health care becomes more about the money than the quality of service, the product fails.
Question 20 of 30
Describe your working relationships with your colleagues.
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The best thing I get out of a conflict between a doctor and a patient is that it is better to remain calm and be compassionate and tolerant with the patient and things would evolve better.
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The best thing I get out of a conflict between a doctor and a patient is that it is better to remain calm and be compassionate and tolerant with the patient and things would evolve better.
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The best thing I get out of a conflict between a doctor and a patient is that it is better to remain calm and be compassionate and tolerant with the patient and things would evolve better.
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The best thing I get out of a conflict between a doctor and a patient is that it is better to remain calm and be compassionate and tolerant with the patient and things would evolve better.
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The best thing I get out of a conflict between a doctor and a patient is that it is better to remain calm and be compassionate and tolerant with the patient and things would evolve better.
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I heard a patient raise their voice to an Ultrasound tech and was perched, ready to intervene had the tone become louder, but the tech handled to patient perfectly. She apologized for the discomfort the patient had experienced and kept control of the situation. I learned that being ready to assist a potential situation is the right thing to do, but allowing the situation to play out is vital.
Question 21 of 30
Being a nuclear medicine technologist requires great attention to detail. Would you consider yourself a detail-oriented person?
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Yes, I find it very important to pay close attention to small and big details in healthcare, especially as a nuclear medicine technologist.
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I believe I am. I make notes and keep them in my pocket. I check these notes as a check list throughout the day.
Question 22 of 30
Do you prefer to work independently or part of a team?
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Yes I do. I like to learn from my felow colleagues.
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Yes. I view Radiology as a team. In the past, I volunteered to start IV's, transfer patients, etc for every department in Radiology; even when I had patients imaging. I like to lead by example.
Question 23 of 30
What are your salary expectations?
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I would like to be working with a Neurosurgeon and be imaging, diagnosing and treating that kind of patients.
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In general, I want to improve every day. I want to grow with the department. I love learning new processes and I would like our Radiology department to be boasted about for the awards we earn... A silent part of a successful team is a great position to hold.
Question 24 of 30
What types of communication situations cause you difficulty? Give an example.
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I believe the most dificult situations are when the patient has cancer and is asking about the result of his exam.
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Third party communications. A nurse from the floor orders the wrong study on a patient. A minor inconvenience, but one, in my opinion, which should not happen. It is rectified by a call to the physician and/or their assistant.
Question 25 of 30
What do you know about our health care facility?
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SAIT College and the Nuclear Medicine Technoly program is located in Calgary Alberta Canada and the training sites are located in Calgary, alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba.
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You are a major health care player in the metropolitan area, and have shown great growth over the past three decades. Your awards and successes are well documented.
Question 26 of 30
What is the difference between PET and SPECT scans?
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Because I like to study and know newer techniques in the diagnosis and treatment of patients.
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Cancer has taken the lives of family and friends. Serving people and providing quality imaging is a great way to help others fight cancer.
Question 27 of 30
How do you earn the trust of your co-workers?
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I already have experience working in this facility. I work well with others and am always willing to learn new things and improve my skills in any way that I can. I work well under pressure and am always up for a challenge. I
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I believe I have enough knowledge in Medicine and Orthopedic surgery and to be chosen would be of great help to the group.
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I am conscientious, on time and my past record shows that I am about improving the department.
Question 28 of 30
In your opinion, what are the 3 most important characteristics that a successful nuclear medicine technologist should have?
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I enjoy communicating with patients, very good people person skills.
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I have excelent hand dexterity and I like to study.
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Compassion. I treat everyone as I would like to be treated.
Question 29 of 30
How do you extend compassion to a patient who is experiencing high levels of emotional stress?
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Yes I will put the best of my self and my knowledge in order to calm the patient.
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Absolutely! No matter how busy my schedule, or how bad my day, the number one priority for me is that patient. I treat everyone as I would want to be treated, no exceptions.
Question 30 of 30
What makes you a great problem solver?

About Nuclear Medicine Technologist

September 21st, 2017

Nuclear medicine technologists use a scanner to create images of various areas of a patient's body. They prepare radioactive drugs and administer them to patients undergoing the scans. The radioactive drugs cause abnormal areas of the body to appear different from normal areas in the images.

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