Pediatric Nurse Interview

29 Pediatric Nurse Questions and Answers by Heather Douglass
| Heather has over 20 years experience recruiting and hiring candidates,
specifically in the health care industry.

Question 1 of 29

What would you say is your greatest strength as a pediatric nurse?

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    What would you say is your greatest strength as a pediatric nurse?

      Understanding one's own strengths and weaknesses is critical. It is always a good idea to read over the job description of the job for which you are applying while preparing for an interview. Compare your strengths to the required skills listed in the job overview highlight those when the interviewer asks this question.

      Heather's Answer

      "I believe being a pediatric nurse requires several strengths. For me, personally, I am a very patient person and I feel like this is a skill that anyone providing care to children should learn."

      Darby's Answer

      "One of my strengths is definitely being able to multitask. Working with pediatric patients often means having to do several things at once. Children are not very patient; so being able to multitask and get things done quickly helps me get my job done without them becoming too impatient."

      Darby's Answer

      "Communication skills are definitely among my greatest strengths. I believe that learning to communicate effectively with patients, family members, and peers is a crucial skill of anyone working in the healthcare industry."

      Anonymous Answer

      "My communication skills with the family and patients team."

      Rachelle's Answer

      Good start! Can you dive deeper into this, further explaining your communication style? You can even give an example of these strengths in action.

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