More healthcare facilities have adopted behavioral interviewing. They are trying to be more selective in the candidates they choose. They want to be sure that a potential candidate not only exhibits the highest caliber clinical skills, but also fits with goals, mission, and values of a particular organization.
Interviewees must explain how they reacted in a in a likely clinical situation behaviorally, how they handled it and what specifically they did.
The results of this interview alone may determine whether someone is hired or not.
When answering questions, you should think back to past experiences and apply specific situations to your answers. You need to be open and responsive to the questions.
Behavioral interview questions are more open-ended. They discover your strength and weakness through what you tell them.
The Behavioral interview draws benefits for both the interviewer and interviewee.