Common Interview Questions

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Common interview Questions and answers:
Clinical jobs:

Tell me about yourself:
I’ve been a Registered Dietitian since 2001, and have had different roles in the field. I really enjoy the 1 on 1 interaction with patients and educating patients. I also enjoy being part of a team. My interest in this position is to get back into the clinical setting and have more of the 1on 1 patient interaction which I find fulfilling. Other:

My areas of expertise are nutrition and educating patients on nutrition and healthy lifestyle changes. I’ve had the opportunity to provide education in various settings, including clinical, healthfairs, employer settings/community settings at a firehouse with firefighters. My interest in this position is getting back into a more clinical setting and having the 1 on 1 interaction which I find fulfilling. Team Environment Question:

I’ve had the opportunity to work in a number of projects, most recent being a Nutrition Education kit where myself and 2 colleagues, who are also RD’s came together and defined our responsibilities which were needed in order to complete the kit – we would set up meetings to brainstorm, discuss, and review the content with in the kit and determine any gaps which needed to filled and divide conquered.

Also: I lead when I when I have something to offer and I follow when I’m working in a team and we need to get things accomplished. Where do you see yourself in 5 years?
I see myself working in a healthcare setting in one form or capacity or another. Tell me about a difficult situation?
An employer I worked with was rewarding their employees with gift cards for participating an onsite health screening event, unfortunately, the gift cards didn’t arrive in time. So we created a certificates of completion to provide to the employees which stated- Congratulations and they would be receiving their gift card (IOU). What are your strengths and weeknesses?

1.Good case load management:
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