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How have you responded in the past when your replacement calls in sick and a substitute will take over an hour to come in? 

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Priorities often change suddenly throughout the day. If you are asked to quickly do another task, how does that affect your mood?

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(i) I Know that not every day will be the same. So I recognize that changes in priority are a normal daily occurance and that i must be able to provide my care based on priorities.


(ii) Well at times I may get upset, but I understand by now these things happen, especially in the medical field.

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24/7 operations are like relay races where you take the baton, run with it and then pass it on smoothly. How do you make seamless transitions on shift changes?

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(i) Be prepared for the incoming crew. Ensure the ambulance is clean and fully stocked. Arrive early so that shift changes can take place on time, still leaving you enough time to check the ambulance and be ready to go if you get a call.


(ii) Show up a little early for your shift for rig check and to receive any information from outgoing crew. When you are the outgoing crew,leave rig in a better state than you found it. Communicate with incoming/outgoing crew allowing a smooth transition.

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During the last year, when your replacement hasn't shown up and your manager asked you to stay late, what percentage of the time have you stayed late?

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(i) More Often 90%


(ii) 75% i stay when possible. sometimes there are other things that have to be done or plans that have already been made.

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