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As a Nurse, you are a healthcare professional that serves on a multidisciplinary team to provide care and education to patients and their families. A few of your duties include performing physical exams and health histories, providing health promotion, counseling, and education. You may also administer medications, wound care, and numerous other personalized interventions. Daily, you interpret patient information and make critical decisions. If you have many years of experience, you may direct and supervise care delivered by other healthcare personnel like LPNs and nurse aides. Your work experience will be asked about during your interview. Choose a few situations and scenarios that will make you stand out during the interview.
Your patience and empathy will be a few of your characteristics tested on a daily basis. As a nurse, you may interview for a position in hospitals, nursing homes, medical offices, ambulatory care centers, community health centers, schools, and retail clinics. You may also have the opportunity to work in a camp, homeless shelter, prison, sporting events and tourist destinations. Education as a Nurse ranges from an Associates Degree in Nursing (ADN) to a Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP). Have a few details ready to share in regards to your education and specialties.
To prepare for your interview you'll want to highlight a few key things that will make you stand out from the rest of the candidates. Something unique about your education, internship or about your past work history. Because networking is so important, feel free to name drop your mentor or colleague that supports you during your job search. Having a letter of recommendation or someone willing to make a call on your behalf could help you get that job offer. Follow your interview with a thank you note or email. Be sure to thank the interviewer for their time and leave your contact information behind.