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Expert tips for your nursing school interviewSubscription
If you want to become a nurse to help people, the first step is helping yourself get admitted to nursing school. To that end, one of the most important events in your admissions process is the interview…
Our most recent Nursing Times Careers Live in Leeds revealed a lot of fascinating insights from the speakers about job seeking and presenting yourself well in interviews. Here are our top five nuggets of advice to come from the sessions
Are you looking for your next job or just keen to get some free advice on where your career should or could take you next?
Nursing Times Careers Live rolls into Leeds on 25 May and although I know you love to come just for the free pens, we are offering so much more than that. It will be packed to the rafters with employers looking for nurses working at a range of levels in a broad spectrum of specialties and care settings.
Just between you and me, in the workplace, we millennials have a bad reputation. People think we’ve had things handed to us, that we aren’t thorough, that we’re technology obsessed, and lazy, and entitled, and privileged.
The responses of those involved in strengths-based recruitment at King’s have been incredibly positive
Revalidation can appear as a daunting prospect to many, particularly as this will be the first time nurses are undergoing the process.
Applying and interviewing for a new job can be incredibly stressful, and Elaine Strachan-Hall knows it, which is why she’s decided to help out candidates who are attending Nursing Times Careers Live.
Revalidation has been a source of anxiety for many nurses, but Julie Hamilton has gone through it with her staff and come out the other side.
Peter Carter, independent healthcare consultant and former chief executive for the Royal College of Nursing, believes that standards of care are at their best when nurses are at the forefront, which is why he’s speaking at Nursing Times Careers Live.
How to prepare for your first job interviewSubscription
Regardless of your nursing ability and potential, if you cannot perform well during a job interview it can be difficult to land your first nursing job after qualification