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    "It does not matter what healthcare career path that you have chosen to pursue.  Every day you are making a difference in the lives of others and having a positive impact on your community."

    Course

    Overview

    PREVENTING AN INTERVIEW CODE BLUE

     

    In the medical field, a “code blue” represents an emergency and the staff is immediately alerted.   

     

    A code blue is activated for a number of reasons such as when a patient goes into cardiac arrest, stops breathing, or if there is a sudden drop in blood pressure.

     

    When this occurs the healthcare provider may decide to activate a code blue by pressing an alarm button or by phone, if they feel that the patient’s life is at risk.

     

    Once the button is pressed, the “code team” jumps into action and begins to assist with resuscitating the patient.

     

    Unfortunately, if you make a bad impression during a job interview, a code team will not rush in to assist with resuscitating you. 

     

    You only have one change to make a good impression during your job interview; therefore, it is important to make a great first impression.

     

    By preparing ahead of time for the job interview, you will be more confident

    WORKING IN THE MEDICAL FIELD

     

    If you have chosen to work in the medical field, you have a very special calling.  Most people choose to work in healthcare because they:

     

    • Enjoy caring for others

    • Appreciate the flexibility

    • Want to make a difference in people’s lives

    • Believe that every day is exciting

    • Seek job stability and a higher income

    • Like to travel (i.e. travel RNs)

     

    There are a number of career options in healthcare that you may decide to pursue; a few examples are listed below:

     

    • Physicians

    • Nurses (RN)

    • Licensed Practical Nurse  (LPN)

    • Medical Assistant

    • Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)

    • Pharmacist

    • Pharmacy Technician

    • Sonographer

    • Clinical Laboratory Technician

    • Dentist

    • Dental Assistant

    • Dental Hygienist

    • Emergency Medical Technician

    • Radiologist

    • Radiologist Technician

    • Occupational Therapist

    • Nurse Practitioner

    • Surgical Technologist

    • Physician Assistant

    • Veterinarian

    • Physical Therapist

    • Biomedical Scientist

    • Chiropractor

    • Transcriptionist

     

    Additional research can be conducted via the Department of Labor’s, Occupational Outlook Handbook.

    ACING THE HEALTHCARE JOB INTERVIEW

    It does not matter what healthcare career path that you have chosen to pursue.  Every day you are making a difference in the lives of others and having a positive impact on your community. 

     

    You are a leader, who leads by example.

     

    Nevertheless, does your resume reflect this?  Moreover, can you articulate this during a job interview?

     

    If a majority of individuals who work in healthcare all have the same mantra, how do you set yourself a part from the crowd?

     

    Despite an ongoing shortage of qualified healthcare workers, the healthcare industry is competitive.  Employers seek to hire the best of the best, and they are often willing to pay a competitive salary to attract and retain the most qualified medical personnel.

     

    Having a clearly outlined career action plan, a healthcare resume that reflects your strengths & achievements, and being prepared for the job interview will help you to succeed.

     

    The “Ace the Medical Job Interview:  Code Blue Prevention Training” course is designed to help you be prepared for a job interview in the medical field.

     

    In this course, we will cover the following topics:

     

    • Lesson 1:  Do Your Research:  Exploring the Company’s Website & Beyond

    • Lesson 2:  Types of Interviews:  The 10 Most Common Types of Healthcare Job Interviews

    • Lesson 3:  Common Interview Questions:  Practice Responding to 110 Common Healthcare Interview Questions

    • Lesson 4:  Review Your Resume: Speak to Your Strengths and the Medical Job Description

    • Lesson 5:  Dress to Impress, Aim for Success

    • Lesson 6:  Your Body Language Says It All:  Silent Job Interview Gold

    • Lesson 7:  Finishing Strong:  A Positive Attitude Leaves a Positive First Impression

    • Lesson 8:  Why Hire a Healthcare Career Coach?  Your Experienced Accountability Partner