Out of practice for a while...

by Bronze Caramel
(Virginia)

I currently posess state and national cpht certifications, and haven't worked in the field in about 4 years. Although I have remained in the medical field all this time, I haven't been a tech. I have an interview with a hospital soon, and I am worried that I will be out of the loop so to speak, and an easy target, as I am being told that the work field has become increasingly competitive. How do I interview with confidence, and how do I build my own self confidence at the same time? I have waited on this position for years!!! I am extremely intimidated, and afraid of what to expect. I need a refresher or something. HELP


Thanks,
Caramel

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