Radiation Therapists Interview Questions
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Tell me about a time when you had to be very careful in communicating delicate information.
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Get help from the planning team and also try to find consultant for clarity before treating.
As a senior for calcification or follow up with the RO to determine exactly what they were after and why that is so that I can better understand that treat method/ rational.
If I was unsure of the treatment plan, I would contact the oncologist to get clarification.
I would approach the planning team would produced the plan and ask them to explain it to me. If they were unsure I would approach the oncologist. I would never treat if I was unsure why or what I was doing.
I would speak to one of my colleagues, if not see my seniors or superintendent. If am still not satisfied, I would go back to the radiation oncologist to discuss the plan.
Always ask, could have it explained before it goes ahead. Need to be 100% sure.
I would feel I need to question it so I understand it properly. Effective communication is very important so that the plan the onc wants is achieved.
I would ask for clarification to ensure that I am delivering the appropriate dose.
Get him to explain what he wants to be done.
Clarify with the oncologist itself.