Your guide to winning at job interviews
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Your guide to winning at job interviews

Nicola Wiafe Staff nurse, Neonatal intensive care unit

Tips and techniques for conquering your nerves and impressing the panel

A job interview is a nerve-wracking experience; no matter how many you attend, you always get that heart-in-mouth feeling. I wouldn’t call myself an interview specialist, but I have had enough interviews over the years to be able to offer some practical advice. So, you’ve got the good news that you’ve been invited for interview, meaning you’re one step closer to your first job as a nurse. But what do you do next? From pre-interview preparation to questions to ask afterwards, here are my top tips for getting the most out of your interview.

Nursing Standard. 35, 2, 40-41. doi: 10.7748/ns.35.2.40.s18

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