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  • Hello there, my name is Richard McMunn from the interview training website PassMyInterview.com,

  • and in this tutorial, I'm going to teach you how to pass a radiographer interview for the

  • NHS. And in particular, I'm going to go through a number of radiography interview questions

  • and top-scoring answers! So, if you have this type of interview coming up, please do stick

  • around and watch it from beginning to end. Before I get into those radiography interview

  • questions and answers, a very warm welcome to this tutorial. My name is Richard McMunn.

  • That's me there in the centre, and I've been helping people for about 20 years now to pass

  • their interviews, and always do that by giving you top scoring, unique answers you can't

  • find anywhere else. Please do SUBSCRIBE to the channel by clicking the red button below

  • the video and then you are not going to miss out on any of the training videos I'm uploading.

  • I would also very much appreciate your support if you gave the video a LIKE. That motivates

  • me to create more content. Thank you very much. OK. Let's get straight into those radiography

  • NHS interview questions and top scoring answers. Question number one: tell me about yourself

  • and why you want to be radiographer with the NHS? So, here is my suggested answer: “As

  • a Radiographer, you have a huge amount of responsibility to not only assist in the diagnosis

  • of patients to assess what is wrong with them, but you also have a strict duty to ensure

  • the highest standards of safety in your work are adhered to. I am someone who enjoys working

  • in a challenging role where you are not only required to follow your training and the strict

  • rules and procedures outlined by the NHS, but you also need outstanding communication

  • and impersonal skills, something which I already possess. I am someone who can be relied upon

  • to abide by the NHS values whilst continually providing a total commitment to the quality

  • of diagnosis and care. I want to work within the NHS because it is simply the best organisation

  • to work for within the healthcare profession. Furthermore, working in the NHS will give

  • me an edge in respect of my future professional development and advancement as a Radiographer.”

  • That's a very positive and strong answer. By the way, you can either write those down,

  • or if you wait, I will tell you where you can download these and my full set of Radiographer

  • interview questions and answers. Question number two: Why do you want to work for the

  • NHS as a Radiographer? So, why do you want to work for the NHS? Here is my suggested

  • answer: “As a Radiographer who takes great pride in my work, I want to work for not only

  • the best organisation possible, but also one that is constantly looking to improve and

  • develop. I take my professional development as a radiographer seriously, and I know working

  • for the NHS will be both highly rewarding, challenging and also positive for my future

  • development. The NHS hires some of the best medical professionals in the world, and to

  • work alongside them will be a great privilege. I also want to work for the same organization

  • for a long period of time, and providing I carry out my radiography duties competently

  • and professionally, I will always have a career within the NHS. Finally, having studied the

  • NHS Trust core values in detail, it is clear it is an organisation that puts its patients

  • first and this is something that is important to me as a radiography professional.” That's

  • another great answer to your NHS radiographer interview! Next question. What are the most

  • important skills needed to become a radiographer? So, this is assessing your understanding of

  • the job description and the person specification. Here's my suggested answer: “There are numerous

  • skills and qualities needed to be a competent and effective Radiographer. First and foremost,

  • you need an understand of, and a total commitment to, the NHS Trust values as these are core

  • to everything you do within the role. You also need an analytical mind, a keen eye for

  • detail and exceptional observational skills, primarily because you cannot afford to get

  • things wrong in respect of the diagnosis you are conducting for your patients. You obviously

  • need an enthusiastic interest in radiography, anatomy, pathology and physiology, as well

  • as a solid understanding of general medicine and surgery. Further skills needed include:

  • outstanding communication and interpersonal qualities, team working capabilities, being

  • a strong organiser, accurate report writing skills, practical and manual dexterity skills,

  • and also competent clinical knowledge and safeguarding awareness.” Next question.

  • But before we do that, if you want to download my full set of radiography interview questions

  • and answers, there is a link that has appeared in the top right hand corner of the video.

  • If you click that, it'll take you through to my website where you can download my full

  • set of NHS Radiographer interview questions and high-scoring answers. Now, I've still

  • got two go through, so please do watch these. What do you expect to be doing on a daily

  • basis as an NHS Radiographer? Here's my answer to this question. “Radiographers form an

  • integral part of the great work carried out by the NHS. I would expect to be performing

  • general x-ray duties in order to see inside a patient’s body to diagnose what is wrong

  • with them. Other radiography uses include ultrasound scans and magnetic resonance imaging,

  • all in the aid of treating patients for a variety of common injures and/or diseases.

  • I would be responsible for ensuring all radiography work I undertake is safe, competent and in

  • line with the training I have received and also the rules and procedures outlined by

  • the NHS Trust I am working for. I will need to ensure the radiation used is safely monitored

  • and ensure I, and others, wear the appropriate protective equipment. I will also need to

  • work collaboratively with other NHS members of staff to provide them with the assessments

  • they need whilst also advising and reassuring patients and also keeping accurate records

  • of all work I carry out as a Radiographer.” Next question: How would you deal with a difficult

  • patient whilst working as a Radiographer in the NHS? So, as you and I know, whilst working

  • in the NHS you will come across upset, frustrated and sometimes angry patients. You will need

  • effective communication and interpersonal skills to provide effective treatment and

  • care. Here we go. “Dealing with upset, frustrated and even angry patients is all part of working

  • in the NHS. For me, the most important thing to remember is that, most of the time, patients

  • are in a confusing and disorientating environment. They may be anxious and fearful of what is

  • about to happen, so it is important to follow the NHS core values and act at all times with

  • compassion and empathy. I believe communication and how you interact with your patients is

  • very important, and this can help to reduce stress and anxiety, and also go a long way

  • to reassuring them that you have their best interests at heart. So, I would always talk

  • to them confidently, concisely and clearly, whilst providing them with as much detail

  • as possible. In addition to this, I would ask them questions, guide them through the

  • radiography process to allay any fears they may have, and also keep them updated and informed

  • at all times whilst they are in my care.” So, that shows that you follow in the NHS

  • core values as Radiographer, and you know how to deal with people. You are also aware

  • of the stress and anxiety they may be under. So don't forget, if you want to download my

  • full set of Radiographer Interview Questions and Answers, click that link in the top-right

  • hand corner of the website. It will take you through to this page that is my 21 RADIOGRAPHER

  • INTERVIEW QUESTIONS that I recommend you prepare for. They're all on this page. Take a read

  • of them. Take note of them. And if you want to download the answers, click that button

  • there, and it will take you down to the bottom where you can download them. I hope you've

  • enjoyed that tutorial. As I say, I'm Richard McMunn from PassMyInterview.com. Thank you

  • for watching and I wish you all the best for passing your Radiographer interview. Have

  • a brilliant day!

Hello there, my name is Richard McMunn from the interview training website PassMyInterview.com,

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