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1. If you encountered a resident that was characteristically upset and/or difficult what would you do?
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Radiology is the branch or specialty of medicine that utilizes imaging technologies like x-rays, CT scans, and MRIs to diagnose and treat diseases.
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How do you develop untapped potential in your staff?

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Calm the patient down get them to trust me asure them that everything will be ok. and explain what will be done during the procedure.
 
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Try to find out if there was anything I could do to help, let their supervisor be aware that they are upset.
 
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Assess the situation, ask the resident what the problem is and if their is anything I can do to help, if their is nothing I can do I go seek assistance from my boss.
 
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Analyse context and determine cause.
 
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Behave myself and don't be intervened by his/her unpleasant characters as these people are everywhere.
 
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I would ask if they needed my help or if there was anything I could do.
 
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Ask them would they like to talk, take them out of the work enviorment perhaps to the staff room, listen to their concers or problems come up with a solutiion or take them to a more senior person to help them.
 
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I would have meeting with the individual concerned in the privacy of an office and have a discussion surrounding their behaviour. It is important to fully understand their point of view and see things from their perspective. I would take time to listen to them and then find a collaborative solution to the problem.
 
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Reassure. Is there anyone with them? explain the situation. Listen to their concerns.
 
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Ask what can I help? are you alright?
 

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#3 of 50

How do you go about securing buy-in from administration? ...physicians? ...other department heads? ...your own staff?

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By utilizing all of them in the decision making process.
 
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Team-work and division of labour is the key to success.
 
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Take them aside, have a chat with them, see if they have something going on personally / at home / at work. Politely suggest that they need to put their best foot forward when their in the workplace, remeber the setting and the nature of the work and patients, and they come first. Suggest talking to someone, enlightening managament if there is a problem so they can offer support.
 
4.
What made you decide to apply for this position?
 
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I think by being honest & open about what you want. Having a strong passion for what you believe in and being prepared to explain how to go about attaining the goal.
 
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In order to secure buy-on from administration and others alike, it is important to highlight on the benefits and future successes that can come of it.
 
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Do my homework and be able to supply positive answers with facts.
 

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#4 of 50

Priorities often change suddenly throughout the day. If you are asked to quickly do another task, how does that affect your mood? What if it's the third time before noon?

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I wouldn't mind. Being able to accomplish more than one task is always my goal
 
2.
Why choose a career in radiology?
 
3.
Provided it does not interfere or affect the task I am currently engaged in, I would be happy to the task. Service needs and demands are priority.
 
4.
I'm a very laid back person. I don't get rattled easily. My father always said "the main thing is, don't get excited!"
 
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There are always unexpected events. Prioritizing events reduces stress.
 

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#5 of 50

Can you explain in detail how you would appropriately transfer a resident from a bed to a wheel chair?

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First, check if the patient can stand up, if not, I would ask for help. Check any cable or IV connect to the patient. Closer the wheel chair to the bed and lock it. Help the patient to sitdown on bed, I help the patient on his/her weak side.
 
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I would rise the clients upper bed position and the turn the client to the end of the bed. Then I will make sure the clients feet are flat on the floor and is not feeling dizzy. I would put a gait belt, shoes, and make sure the wheel chair is locked before transferring the clients safely to the wheel chair.
 
3.
I would carefully help them stand up from their bed and then place them into the wheel chair.
 
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Have them slowly sit up with there legs dangling off the bed. When they feel stable and not dizzy I will make sure the wheelchair is locked and ask them to assist if possible and slowly help guide them into the wheelchair .
 
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I would first bring the bed down. I would then bring the wheelchair to the bed and lock the wheels so the wheelchair would not roll. I would assist the patient in sitting up and bringing their legs over to the side of the table. If the patient is able to stand on their own I would ask them slid off the table and turn to sit in the chair. If the patient is not able to do this then I would hold face the patient, wrap my arms around them under their underarms. I would slid them till their feet were touching the floor. I would then turn them into the chair.
 
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First check how stable they are as they might well be able to do so, or would they need an aid, like a frame or maybe get assistance if they are not stable.
 
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I would transfer a resident from a bed to a wheelchair by lowering the bed then sitting up the patient then use the stronger side to help the patient from the bed and to the wheelchair or use a strap.
 
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Ask how they transferred use an aid such as a rollater frame ask a colleague to assist.
 

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#6 of 50

What was your least favorite patient? What was the situation?

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Drunk combative patient that was incoherent.
 
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Child who did not want to be x-rayed by me but made the best of the situation and stepped back and let someone else take over. Not everyone is going to like me. People who come to us are unwell.
 
3.
My least favorite patient, was an uncooperative one. I tried to work as quickly and accuratley as possible to complete the procedure to relieve the patient.
 
4.
You shouldn't have a least favourite patient everyone is equal in there own individual way.
 
5.
I don't think that I have had a least favorite patient. I have always enjoyed being a part of taking care of patients even if I have gotten called in at 2 in the morning to take an xray on a person that stubbed their toe two weeks ago and couldn't sleep.
 

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#7 of 50

How do you fill downtime?

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I clean cassettes, organize sponges,
 
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Keeping the exam rooms clean, helping others, prepare for upcoming exams.
 
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If major tennis events on will look up results , read of a magazine or flyers around and any updates of protocols.
 
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By reading, cleaning and restocking items needed for the rooms, and improving on my skills and abliites by practicing xray procedures and protocols.
 
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I try to catch up on anything that has fallen behind such as stocking supplies or cleaning up.
 
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Reading novels, listening to music, also sometimes watching international movies/drama.
 
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Prepare for any up coming appointment by preparing my equipment and supply. Do a supply inventory and restock any low supply in the department. Clean up or tidy up the department.
 

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#8 of 50

What type of colleague do you least like to work with?

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One that is not hard working and does not share the same work ethic as I do, one that does not want to be part of the team. They are a challenge to work with but I still do my best to work with them.
 
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One thats not a team worker.
 
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Someone who complains about any and everything.
 
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Someone who thinks they can do no wrong.
 
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Nosy one dont like to talk too much about myself its work and like to keep my personal life separate.
 
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I would least like to work with negative people. However I learn to work as a team player.
 

Radiology Pros

1. Meet a variety of people and handle a variation of problems. October 30th, 2012

2. I see pros to this position is the growth in everyday challenges, meeting new people, and being an asset to the company. April 2nd, 2014

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#9 of 50

How do you build and maintain morale with your staff in a non-monetary way?

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Flexibility and approachable sometimes you need to say no but with a good explanation.
 
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By learning how to communicate with them in a professional manner.
 
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Encourage staff to always feel free to discuss problems with me. Give praise where it is due!
 

Questions to Ask

1. What qualities do you posses to excell in this program?

2. Why did you choose to go into radiology?

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#10 of 50

What situations kept you from fulfilling your job duties or from coming to work on time at your last job?

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What situations kept you from fulfilling your job duties or from coming to work on time at your last job?
 
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Almost always on time for work. Certain circumstances such as traffic or accident would prevent me from arriving work on time.
 
3.
For the last year of my employment I did not have any unplanned time. While in school I did miss some time when car broke down on the way to school.
 
4.
A major road accident on the motorway resulted in my turning up 3 hours late but kept the department informed as to where I was.
 
5.
Not enough staff to complete job safley to fulfill patients needs.
 

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Radiology interview questions, voted as the ten best by our users. Created on February 24th, 2016

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#11 of 50

What made you want to help people?

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This is a noble profession , ppl put trust in ter doctors and when u help them out of ther illness ,they pray for u they give good remarks and they r happy and satisfied, and u also get a feeling of satisfaction.
 
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I have always been a person who people come to for help. I am very compassionate so the medical field suits me. I also have family members who have ill and have benefited from getting great medical care.
 
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It makes me feel better and know that everyone needs help at some point.
 
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I want to help people to make them feel satisfied with themselves and life, and it makes me happy to help others.
 
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To make the world a better place.
 

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#12 of 50

Priorities often change suddenly throughout the day. If you are asked to quickly do another task, how does that affect your mood? What if it's the third time before noon?

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My mood will remain calm and get the task done as quickly as possible.
 
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I know ih health care priority is a must I will not be upset knowing this is the best thing to do at the moment
 
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Maybe not so much but will just need to make sure I have finished the one at hand.
 
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It does not bother me when it comes to multi-tasking which is one of my skills.
 

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#13 of 50

What kind of asset would you make to this unit?

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I have goood skills and knowledge bring different thing army training which makes me very disciplined, conform to authority, rank and hierachy aware.
 
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I would use the best of my skills and ablities and training from school to help achieve goals to help the company.
 
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I am hard working and determined, and I feel that my presence will allow for smoother flow and will play a role in helping patients.
 

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#14 of 50

During the last year, when your replacement hasn't shown up and your manager asked you to stay late, what percentage of the time have you stayed late?

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more often 90%
 
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75% i stay when possible. sometimes there are other things that have to be done or plans that have already been made.
 
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I stay as long as possible and make sure the staff is covered.
 
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I have stayed late 100% of the time that I have been asked to stay late. Someone needs to be there to see patients.
 
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Was not asked that often but missed out on one occasion as I was also committed.
 

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#15 of 50

What is your relationship with your physicians?

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Physicians doing the order and I'm the good follower to o the task.
 
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The doctor I work for now I have been with for 5 years and I know what she wants before she asks and I make sure I communicate everything I feel needs her prompt attention.
 
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To complete their orders in an accurate timely manner.
 
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I have a very good relationship with the physicians at this hospital. We have mutual respect for each other and can work as a team.
 
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I have a high level of respect for the physicians and the work they do. My relationship is a professional one.
 
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I get on extremely well with all members of the team including physicians.
 
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I have not worked alot with physicians. However, I work well with everyone in general.
 
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I have a great relationship with them. They are very professional as well as inquire about how my day to day activities are going for me.
 
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Professional, I know what is expected of me in my position and I produce quality images and perform my skills in the fluoroscopy rooms.
 

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#16 of 50

Deadlines, frustrations, difficult people, and silly rules can make a job difficult. How do you handle these types of situations?

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Get on with it, deadlines are there to guide us and sometimes there might be scope to extend them.
 
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There are many parts of a profession that can be challenging. I look at these stressors and develop a plan to make them more manageable and focus on the learning aspect of the challenge.
 
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Stay calm and professional and carry on to the best of my ability.
 
4.
How has your technical ability been important in accomplishing results.
 
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Deadlines, I find ways of meeting them by creating a list of things to do and how to complete them. Frustrations, I take deep breaths, diffcult people I try to work with them by not being frustrated, silly rules, I would make a suggestion that can help the company.
 

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#17 of 50

what has been your best experience

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Working in the different specialised imaging departments. Gaining knowledge about the different methods of imaging the body and the differences each imaging modality can do.
 
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Handing im my dissertation and knowing that I was nearing the end of my course.
 
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Learning from the different xray techs their skills and the way they work and interact with the patients.
 
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When I was hugged by a patient and thanked for my hard work and told that I had really made the situation more comfortable and they were not as scared as they had been before.
 

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#18 of 50

Are you willing to work in an environment that may lead to cancer?

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I believe in following radiation safety guidelines by wearing shielding, standing behind barriers and asking for equipment to be tested if there is any reason to believe there is a problem. This and attempting to live a health life style are strong way to protect both myself, co-workers and patients.
 
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Radiology doesn't lead to cancer.
 
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I have been doing this course for 3 years and have learnt about radiation and how to protect myself and patients. Know how beneficial it is and he small risk it might pose for some people.
 
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I will like to take proper safety measures regarding radiation protection. I would prefer to work in a system where basic secondary barriers are provided.
 
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Of course, I am actually looking to go into Radiation Therapy. The reward of helping a patient fight cancer is worth it all.
 

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#19 of 50

What was the hardest job you held, and what did you do to get through it?

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I remember I had a studio in my third year with an architecture tutor. She was particularly difficult to talk with even every class you brought works as much as possible. The only feedback I had from her in first five weeks were simply' you are wrong. This won't work properly.', without any further helpful explanation, even if I keep asking why. I keep changing my works trying to guess her way then I realized I need to be more active and be brave to her attitudes. I brought all of my works there and demanding: You need to give me clear feedback because you are the tutor. Why this is wrong, why this won't work.Otherwise there is no point for me being here.Finally she start work seriously with my works and I managed to pass that studio. From I learn that when sometimes facing difficult person to work with, especially when they are your supervisor or at a higher status, I need to embrace it more bravely and actively.
 
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Command clerk in the army, listen to instructions, observed and learnt how different people wanted certain things done.
 

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#20 of 50

Becoming a radiologist is a long enduring road, you have made it this far, but there is still a long way to go, are you ready to continue devoting yourself to the profession?

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Yes I am. Training in radiology won't be a long road for me, because I will be practicing what I enjoy the most at work. I'm there will be some difficult moments along the way, but there will also be a lot more fulfilling times. I will do my best to reduce the difficult moments by keeping up to date with my skills, continually seeking feedback and seeking help in areas that I'm struggling with.
 
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Yes I am willing to take the next step. I didn't come this far to stop. I have devoted myself to this profession because I went through Chemotherapy with my father and I would like to gain as much knowledge as possible so that I can help patients detect cancer and other diseases early.
 
3.
Yes I am, we will always learn throughout our life and in a professional job it is important to continually learn.
 
4.
Yes, I want to grow in the field of Radiology by specailizing in different sub specialities.
 
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Yes, I am happy to continue in this profession. I find it very interesting and challenging in a good way.
 

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#21 of 50

What about your character would help you do this job day in and day out?

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Good personality, team player, love for people science and high technology machines.
 
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Perserverance and robust personality.
 
3.
Desire for the best performance that helps people.
 
4.
What about your character would help you do this job day in and day out?
 
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The fact that to me this is not a job, but a career. I love what I do and I actually look forward to coming to work day in and day out.
 
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I thrive in a fast paced environment. I am also very good with people and have a very caring personality.
 
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My resilience and my ability to cope under pressure, high endurance level and handle stressful situation very well.
 
8.
I have a pretty laid back attitude and handle myself well in most situations. I also like being part of a team.
 
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My excellent organistaional skills, my willingness to learn, my team working skills, my ability to work under pressure, and.
 

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#22 of 50

How would you handle a situation with tight deadlines, low employee morale, and inadequate resources?

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The key to this is good organizational skills. The first thing is to prioritize work and then assign staff to these tasks. In order to raise morale, one must speak to staff and see what the issues are and try to address these issues.
 
2.
Make the best adapt, ask for more resources, find out reasons for lpw morale and look for ways to improve them.
 
3.
First i would get my priorities in order and write out a plan. secondly i would come up with a game with a great prize for the winner to not only get employees inviolved but motivated also. these in turn would boost the morale. the internet is the answer to many inadequate recources. if it cannot be found there i would search each dept manager until i gathered enough insight and recources to get the job done.
 
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I would try my best to complete the task and focus on me and the task instead of the negative surroundings.
 
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I would get a plan sorted,follow company procedure,get staff involve to assist,gather other resources from the internet.
 
6.
Be more careful and increase my efficincy at work.
 
7.
I would remain calm and focus on the task that needs to be taken care of.
 
8.
Make the best of what I have and find a way to make everything work and try to make the staff stays positive and bring in humor.
 
9.
I would speak to my immediate supervisor to see what they might need from me to help improve the situation. I would stay positive with my peers so I would not be contributing to the low employee moral. Overtime may be necessary in order to meet deadlines on time. I would also look for possible solutions to propose to management.
 
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In such case, I will work diligently and try to finish as much as work I possibly can. Team-work is important, but sometimes you need to put on that extra effort to get the job finished on time. In the end, all that matters is a task well completed.
 

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#23 of 50

How long has it been since you worked in (ER, OR, ICU, or particular specialty area)?

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1 month
 
2.
I currently work as the only weekend radiology tech for rmc. i am used to dealing with all departments and problem solving for myself.
 
3.
yesterday
 
4.
Maybe two to three years.
 
5.
Recently during my elective week at another hospital.
 
6.
I currently work as an xray student in all departments three days a week.
 

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#24 of 50

How much radiation can you receive before you would die?

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Unknown.... stochastic/deterministic.
 
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U will ned to be expose dto direct radiation over a long period of time but will not die directly from it but illness linked to it.
 

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#25 of 50

Tell me about your education.

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I have done access to science and gnvq intermediate in science.
 
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Degree in radiography I have done a few other course which all can be linked up to add to my professional value.
 
3.
I have and AA degree in Biology and I am a potential xray graduate in June. I also have a certificate in Office specialist.
 
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I received my A.A.S. In radiology science at Montana college of technology in Butte Montana in 2006. I did course work throught out the 2 1/2 year program and also did clinical studies the 2 1/2 years at the hospital that I am employed with now.
 
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I have my highschool diploma and an associates degree in general studies. I have taken basic medical classes such as anatomy and physiology and medical terminology. I have also completed 24 hours of radiology observation at two hospitals.
 

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#26 of 50

How would you respond if, in a rude and haughty tone, a doctor questioned your work, which you knew to be top-notch and absolutely accurate?

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ask where the dr. has a problem with the radiograph
 
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Ask if they a problem with radiography in general.
 
3.
I would try to stay calm and polite. I would stick to my diagnosis. Would not get involved in personal feuds.
 

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#27 of 50

What are some of the short term effects of radiation exposure?

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I have been exposed to radionation through Dental xrays, a ct scan and an Mri that I once had.
 
2.
Skin erythema, nausea, vomiting.
 
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Heat, redness at entry site, nausea.
 
4.
Erytheam and heat at the site.
 
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Burnt skin, hair loss, dehydration, feeling unwell.
 

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#28 of 50

During the last year, when your replacement hasn't shown up and your manager asked you to stay late, what percentage of the time have you stayed late?

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50%
 
2.
All except for one where I was committed and could not stay on.
 
3.
I refused to stay late . Pissed off early instead.
 

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#29 of 50

Describe a difficult decision you've made and the process you went through to reach that decision.

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I contemplated buying a house on my own for years. after searching for homes ion th elc area i had lived in perry and gainesville. i continued to pray for guidance and answers. after a failed roomate i decided it was time and everything fell into place and i knew i was doing the right thing.
 
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Leaving the army to become a student, full time secure job, to train then now looking for a job in a very competitive market.
 

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#30 of 50

How have you responded in the past when you found another employee was stealing?

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I haven't ever been in this situation, but if i were i would go to a supervisor with the supervisor and allow them to deal with further actions.
 
2.
Refer to companys policy and procedures give a section where it outlines about stealing companys property and its consequences then give a warning letter respect to the incident and let the person sign it with a very clear warning that any future incidents of this nature will result in termination or might result in matter given to law enforcement.ak47 sf.
 
3.
Had a word with them and told them unfortunately need to report them.
 
4.
I have not had that happen, but if I did I would talk to them and tell them to think about what they are doing and how this could drastically change their lives.
 
5.
First discuss it with the accused employee. Ask them to report it to supervisor. If they do not comply, may need to inform our supervisor myself.
 

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#31 of 50

Should there be 24 hours, 7 days a week radiology?

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Yes, this is a must for all emergency situations.
 
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Yes. Radiology is a very critical part in health care. Radiology is eyes, and mostly the first step to diagnosing patients illnesses.
 
3.
Yes it should be there , continuity, demand on services is now higher offers wider choice to patients and more flexibility.
 
4.
Yes, in order for more people to have jobs and the availablity to help patients.
 

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#32 of 50

You have already begun your assignment and have then been asked by your supervisor to work in another unit. How would you handle this?

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I will inform my supervisor that I'm in the middle of a procedure, and as soon as I'm done I will report to the other unit as instructed. However, I will still assess my priority in between two assignment and if I have to leave to the other unit to respond according to the priority, I will give proper handover to a suitable and appropriate person to carry on with the current assignment.
 
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do what the supervior says
 
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I will finish it first.
 
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Inform my supervisor that I'm in the middle of a procedure, and as soon as I'm done I will report to the other unit as instructed.
 
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Finish current task. Report to other unit.
 
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Finish current task, then move to the other unit.
 
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I will inform my supervisor that I'm in the middle of a procedure, and as soon as I'm done I will report to the other unit as instructed. However, I will still assess my priority in between two assignment and if I have to leave to the other unit to respond according to the priority, I will give proper handover to a suitable and appropriate person to carry on with the current assignment.
 
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I will ask to finish the first assignment first.
 
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I would put my current assignment on hold and do what my supervisor has asked of me.
 
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Inform them that I already have another one I am working on and how they would like to approach that, let me finish off first the undertake the next one or they are going to handover current one and let me do the next assignment.
 

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#33 of 50

The schedule shows 8, however only 5 showed up. How does that make you feel? What would you do?

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I feel confident that the five of us employees can get the job done. I would go on about my day and remain calm.
 
2.
âÄ¢Explain the procedure to the patient and demonstrate his role.âÄ¢Use good body mechanics during the transfer to prevent injury.âÄ¢Place the wheelchair parallel to the bed, facing the foot of the bed, and lock its wheels. Raise the wheelchair footrests to avoid interfering with the transfer. Make sure the bed wheels are also locked and the bed is in the lowest position in relation to the floor to prevent an accident.
 
3.
More to be done with less. Call to confirm. Pre plan to priortize work informing team of anticipated service delays.
 
4.
I would be able to work through it and take one task at a time.
 
5.
How did your college experience prepare you for a career in this field?
 
6.
What makes you interested in this position?
 
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I will explain the procedure to the patient and demonstrate his role. I would rise the clients upper bed position and then turn the client to the end of the bed. I would check any cable or IV connect to the patient. Then I will make sure the clients feet are flat on the floor and is not feeling dizzy. I would make sure the wheel chair is closer to the bed and is locked before transferring the clients safely to the wheel chair. The wheelchair footrests need to be raised to avoid interfering with the transfer and I would make sure the bed wheels are also locked and the bed is in the lowest position in relation to the floor to prevent an accident.
 
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It upsets me. I attempt to contact those individuals on the schedule and contact the backup technologists. As a last resore I will jum in and help myself if possible.
 
9.
Down a bit but will need to find out how best to cope and how soon can we can extra cover or relief.
 

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#34 of 50

What do you bring to radiology?

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I bring compassion and great people skills. I work hard to make the patient feel comfortable by explaining each examination and what is expected of the patiend. I go above and beyond to really listen to the patient and adapt to their needs and their injuries.
 
2.
Ambition, hunger for knowledge, desire to be best at my practice and develop myself as an individual.
 
3.
I believe I have a good head on my shoulders and that I can impact the field in a positive way.
 

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#35 of 50

What do you think initiative is and how have you applied it to your job in the past?

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I think initiative is taking the first step towards what you are doing or want to do. I have applied it in my past job by completeing the task i have started.
 
2.
Creating action to resolve a problem. The MRI images were showing signs of RF leakage. Went looking to find the cause was some inappropriate placed wires.Had management resolve the issue.
 

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#36 of 50

Tell me of a time that you solved a problem without direct supervision.

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The patient weight 500 lbs. The tube tip had not appeared on previous X-Ray.Adjusted parameters using scatter to get usable image.
 
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Patient who could not speak english properly had to demonstrate what I wanted hem to do then watch if they understood and carried on.
 

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#37 of 50

Describe a recent problem you had with one of your manager's decisions. How did you handle it?

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#38 of 50

Describe a time that you have read a piece of research then implemented the findings into your workplace.

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Use of markers in the primary field I then made sure all my images had markers in the primary field.
 

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#39 of 50

What do you feel is an acceptable amount of days to be absent in a calendar year?

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i believe 3 to 4 days, I am only basing it on infrction phases. You dont want to spread your virus with your patients.
 
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Unless there is an emergency must be at work always if not on approved vacation
 
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I believe an employee is allowed to take 4 to 5 absebt days. I am only baseing it on infection phases. You dont want to spread your virus with your patients and coworkers.
 
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I would say absenteeism is different from planned leave. Abset means leaving all in a discomfort situation. Planned leave leaves everyone with the option of a replacement so that work and patients dont have to wait.
 
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I would say absenteeism is different from planned leave. Absent means leaving all in a discomfort situation. Planned leave leaves everyone with the option of a replacement so that work and patients donít have to wait.I believe an employee is allowed to take 4 to 5 absent days. I am only basing it on infection phases. You donít want to spread your virus with your patients and co-workers. Unless there is an emergency must be at work always if not on approved vacation.
 
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Only in an emergency because it leaves the team short staffed.
 
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0 I try to make sure I make it to every schedule day.
 
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Only when you there is a death or illness in the family .
 
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I feel that approximately 3 days is an acceptable amount of days to be absent.
 
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3 -5 days especially if you have something that catches on best stay at home than put others at risk.
 

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#40 of 50

Describe how you demonstrate professionalism in your activities. What behaviors and characteristics contribute to that image?

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Not geeting upset in front of a patient, excusing myself and taking time out of a volatile situation.
 

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#41 of 50

Why did you choose a career in radiology?

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It's been a passion for me to be a part of a field that can aid in helping people.
 
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I enjoy and wanted to help people. i also wanted a career that offered areas to grow into such as ct and mri.
 
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I chose a career in radiology, because I wanted to be in healthcare and radiology provides and opportunity to specialized in different aspects. such as, mri, ct, mammography, and interventional radiology.
 
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I chose a career in radiology because I enjoy being around and helping people. Within this field, i feel that it gives a vast opportunity to combine my interpersonal skills with my ambition and deification to my work in helping people.
 
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It's been a passion for me to be a part of a field that can aid in helping people.
 
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Like helping people and this section in the health sector gives me that opportunity ass well as the fact that it is technogy centred so.
 
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I would ask them what they needed from me in order to comfortable or I would talk to them and reassess the situation.
 
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I really came across the idea mostly by myself. What probably first sparked my interest was when my little brother had a possible concussion. I observed while a scan was ran on him, leading to me wanting to dig into some more research.
 

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#42 of 50

What type of work schedule are you looking for?

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Afternoons full time.
 

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#43 of 50

Tell me about your last performance review. What was mentioned about how you could improve? Any re-occurring themes?

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which situation kept you from coming to wook on time at your last job
 
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I have not had one as a student, on jy last one I got promoted.
 
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Tell me about your last performance review. What was mentioned about how you could improve? Any re-occurring themes?
 
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Tell me about your last performance review. What was mentioned about how you could improve? Any re-occurring themes?
 

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#44 of 50

What type of cells or organs are most affected by radiation?

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Lymphocytes& blood forming cells/Blood formimg organs
 
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Any cell the is in the process of repair or division, for example rapidly dividing epithelial tissue and of course gonadal tissue must be remembered for patient care safety aspects.
 

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#45 of 50

Where do you see yourself in 10 years?

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In ten years, ideally, I am hoping to have a successful career as a radiological technologist. Happy and with a family
 
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Confident radiographer, band 6 edging towards band 7, specialised in one area at least, with a couple of audits under my belt and also having mentored a few students.
 
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I hope that I will be certified MRI tech and that I will be able to move up in the field, as I have my business minor also.
 

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#46 of 50

If your shift ends at 3 p.m. and your replacement hasn't arrived by 3:15 p.m., what do you do?

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Wait for replacement to arrive.
 
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Stay for additional time. Call Manager on Duty.
 
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Find out if they are comimg, inform the supervisor and wait patiently and anxiously.
 

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#47 of 50

How do you respond to crabby people in pain?

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With patients.
 
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Remain calm and assure the patient that the exam will not take long and try to make the patient as comfortable as possible.
 
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You must keep a professional and kind demeanor even if the patient does not.
 

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#48 of 50

Do you belong to any radiology organizations?

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I am a ARRT member.
 
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I hold ARRT registration and certification and belong to ASRT
 

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#49 of 50

Do you have any fears about exposure to radiation?

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No. I have studied radiology for three years and know the precautions necessary to prevent and reduce exposure. I am knowledgeable and responsible enough to take those precautions for myself and my patients. Radiation protection is a top priority for me.
 
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No. I've learned to protect myself as well as the patients from being exposed to radiation. Time, distance, shielding.
 

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#50 of 50

What are some of the long term physical effects of radiation exposure?

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Cancer,infertility and skin disease.
 
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Possibility of developing cancer, back problems from using poor body mechanics.
 
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Cancer is a long term effect of radiation and so are cataracts and skin death.
 
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Infertility, cancer.
 
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Higher rish to get cancer.