Respiratory Therapists Interview Questions and Answers
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Are you comfortable conducting a patient interview?
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I have practiced conducting interviews with a few patients. So with more practice I will become more comfortable in obtaining patient history.
Yes, I feel most comfortable sitting down with a patient and trying to make it as informal as appropriate. I feel that patient respond best when in this atmosphere.
Yes I am, I would really comfortable.
Yes, I am very comfortable interviewing patients. My previous career as a teacher taught me a lot about public speaking, interacting with audience and engaging them into discussion.
Yes absolutely. I want to know all about the patient and how I can best help them to achieve their goals of care.
Yes. Talking to anyone is a strong suite of mine. Patient information is vital to understand a case and how it should be handled or if there are any underlying issues. This is where mistakes can be avoided.
Yes I like wouldn't have a problem.
Yes I am. I do them on a daily basis at my PRN position as an rrt.
Yes I am comfortable interviewing patients so I can learn more about that person and not just the patient.
I am somewhat comfortable. I have conducted a few interviews during clinical while in school, but this is a skill that I would would to continue to practice in order to be completely comfortable with.
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