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hi! has anyone got an interview for diagnostic radiography from any of their unis? i have, but im struggling on how to prepare for them (especially since my first interview is with my firm uni). any tips?
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hi! has anyone got an interview for diagnostic radiography from any of their unis? i have, but im struggling on how to prepare for them (especially since my first interview is with my firm uni). any tips?
Research as much as you can on all the various parts of diagnostic radiography.
Subject specific radiography university interview questions
Since radiography is so specialised, your university will want to be sure that you have fully considered this career and that you understand what being a radiographer is all about. You may be asked questions such as:

What makes you want to be a radiographer.....
What research have you done into radiography.......
Have you visited or had work experience at a working radiography department and If so, how did it live up to your expectations....
Describe a typical day as a radiographer.
What are the best and worst things about being a radiographer....
Where do you think a radiography degree will take you in the future.....
What are your ambitions in radiography......
If you were not able to get work as a radiographer, what else would you do.......


Personal radiography university interview questions
As a student or qualified radiographer within the NHS, you will have a large workload and work under pressure a lot of the time. What’s more, you will often be dealing with the public when they are in pain or distress. Your university will want to assess whether you have the personality to deal with all of this by asking questions like:

What skills do you think a good radiographer needs......
How well do you work under pressure.... Can you give an example...,,,
Describe your time management strategy
How would you deal with a drunken patient who needed an X-ray.......
How would you calm a patient who felt claustrophobic in an MRI scanner......
What do you think will be the hardest part of being a radiographer.........
Describe an occasion when you have worked in a team........
Radiography is advancing all the time; are you willing to keep studying and learning throughout your career........
What would your friends think of you working in this role.......
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Research as much as you can on all the various parts of diagnostic radiography.
Subject specific radiography university interview questions
Since radiography is so specialised, your university will want to be sure that you have fully considered this career and that you understand what being a radiographer is all about. You may be asked questions such as:

What makes you want to be a radiographer.....
What research have you done into radiography.......
Have you visited or had work experience at a working radiography department and If so, how did it live up to your expectations....
Describe a typical day as a radiographer.
What are the best and worst things about being a radiographer....
Where do you think a radiography degree will take you in the future.....
What are your ambitions in radiography......
If you were not able to get work as a radiographer, what else would you do.......


Personal radiography university interview questions
As a student or qualified radiographer within the NHS, you will have a large workload and work under pressure a lot of the time. What’s more, you will often be dealing with the public when they are in pain or distress. Your university will want to assess whether you have the personality to deal with all of this by asking questions like:

What skills do you think a good radiographer needs......
How well do you work under pressure.... Can you give an example...,,,
Describe your time management strategy
How would you deal with a drunken patient who needed an X-ray.......
How would you calm a patient who felt claustrophobic in an MRI scanner......
What do you think will be the hardest part of being a radiographer.........
Describe an occasion when you have worked in a team........
Radiography is advancing all the time; are you willing to keep studying and learning throughout your career........
What would your friends think of you working in this role.......
this was so so helpful thank you sm!!!! with my answers to these questions should i make sure to constantly refer back to the 6 nhs constitution values?
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this was so so helpful thank you sm!!!! with my answers to these questions should i make sure to constantly refer back to the 6 nhs constitution values?
Hi

No probs ok.

You could refer back to the NHS constitution values if you wish to as this is your decision on how you revise for the interview.
I'm a NHS registered midwife and I know some of this when patients require a ultra scan done plus my mum works with major trauma department so hear her talking about the scans etc they do when dealing with trauma patients.

Good luck with things ok.
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