COMMONLY ASKED NHS INTERVIEW QUESTIONS.
I’ve got many people in the DM asking how to ace their NHS interviews. Firstly, getting interview slots nowadays is the survival of the fittest unlike in the past where there are no competitions.
After the many rejection emails, you’ve finally got a chance to sell yourself and show them you’re capable of getting the job done.
So here’s a list of the commonly asked interview questions. These have been compiled from personal experiences and consultations with colleagues.
Also note that these are not constant questions, sometimes it differs from trust to trust. They have been compiled to act like a guide for your success in that interview. So let’s get to business.
20 COMMONLY ASKED NHS INTERVIEW QUESTIONS.
1.) What qualities do you have that would be of great benefit to the NHS?
2.) What are the values of NHS?
3.) Can you give an example of when you’ve achieved an NHS value in your career?
4.) Describe the Care Quality Commissions (CQC)
5.) What are your roles as a band 5 nurse?
6.) What are the principles of infection prevention and control?
7.) Describe the National Early warning Scores ( NEWS )
8.) What are communication barriers?
9.) Describe your clinical practice so far.
10.) Name the major objectives you aim at in your first few months in the uk?
11.)If you notice a prescription error,what do you do?
12.)What do you do when a patient becomes unresponsive?
13.)Describe a time you used a good communication skill.
14.) What are the 6 NMC’s C & which of them is the most important to you?
15.)What are the types of analgesics?
16.) How do you handle an aggressive patient?
17.) What does compassionate care means to you?
18.) How do you reduce stress as a nurse?
19.)How do you know you’re a good communicator?
19.)How do you prevent bed sore?
20.)Why do you choose our trust?
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These are just few of the many commonly asked questions and I hope you find them useful and helpful.
Wishing you the best in those interviews.