Describe how you resolved conflict with a co-worker or patient

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Describe how you resolved conflict with a co-worker or patient

Listed below are the three most challenging interview questions you may experience during the interview process. To fully prepare the student for his or her future interview, please provide a clear and concise answer as to how you as the APRN will answer each interview question.

Questions:

What is your biggest Weakness?

Describe how you resolved conflict with a co-worker or patient?

Tell me about yourself?

Feel free to contact me if you need anything from me.

 

 

CO2: Communicate effectively with culturally diverse individuals, families, and organizations. (PO3)

CO4: Perform a culturally competent nursing assessment. (PO7)

In the discussion, we will be taking a look at situations you may encounter in your community. Each of our communities is comprised of groups that we consider minorities. Minority groups often have unique healthcare needs.

 

Name and describe the healthcare needs of a minority group in your community/city.

 

Describe the characteristics of the group and opportunities you see for improving the health of the group.

 

How can you use your enhanced communication skills to share your concerns with the “powers that be” in your community to improve their healthcare status?

 

CO2 Use lessons from nursing history to integrate clinical judgment into professional nursing practice (PO 4)

CO3 Demonstrate responsibility for continued professional growth by exploring the nursing and lay literature related to historical nursing practice (PO 5)

The basic story of Florence Nightingale is familiar to most nurses. This week we learned more about Nightingale’s life and work. Select at least one piece of the Nightingale legacy that was new to you and tell us how this changed your understanding of this great woman and her contributions to nursing.

 

references : Resources

Judd, D., & Sitzman, K. (2014). A history of American nursing: Trends and eras (2nd ed.). Burlington, MA: Jones & Bartlett

Karimi, H., & Masoudi Alavi, N. (2015). Florence Nightingale: The Mother of Nursing. Nursing and midwifery studies, 4(2), e29475.