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HELP PLEASE ...CARE ASSISTANT INTERVIEW TOMORROW?

Hi guys, I would really appreciate your help! I have an interview tomorrow morning with Advantage Healthcare Group Agency for a Healthcare Assistant position. Im currently a second year student nurse at university. Im trying to look over interview questions and prepare, could anyone give me some examples or advise please? Thanks very much.

Asked By: xx_cm - 2/23/2012
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Prepare, don't bother, go to bed and have a good nights sleep. You will already know the ins and outs of moving and handling and giving personal care. You will walk it. Just remember the strictures about patient/client confidentiality !
Answered By: Fairdo4all - 2/23/2012
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