Overall the interview went well. I won't give the exact questions I was asked (academic integrity and all...) but if you prepare to address the topics provided in the email from Imelda to schedule the interview, that would be good preparation. I would advise to find the building where you'll be interviewing the day before since the roads in Vegas are a little choppy and confusing--I left my hotel on the Strip 1 1/2 hours early for what should have been a 10-15 minute trip, figuring to find the building and then go get some coffee to relax and kill the remainder of the time but instead I got way way way way lost and ended up rolling in a couple minutes late.
A few points of concern:
1) In the "getting to know you" phone interview, the person I spoke with said that you get breaks during the summer/Thanksgiving/Christmas but apparently that's incorrrect--on Tuesday we were told you get a week or so at Christmas and that's it. Also, the didactic blocks are NOT completely online as their site may have led you to believe--there is still optional yet almost-mandatory group study time and simulation lab time that you have to be in-person for. That gave me pause since I had thought we only needed to be present for clinicals...
2) The day seemed a bit disorganized, i.e. some interviewers couldn't stay for the whole time the candidates were there so they had to leave and consequently some of us were sitting in the holding tank for a while. That wasn't a huge problem (there was food and I was hungry...) and it did give those of us present the chance to ask some extra questions. I'm not sure whether this was indicative of a scheduling problem or just it being a relatively new program without the kinks worked out but it was something I noticed.
3) I am somewhat irritated that my interview was a student in-person and an instructor on speakerphone. Entertainment expenses aside, this was a fairly expensive trip when the airfare, car rental, lost time from work, and hotel/food expenses got totaled up and so if I knew 1/2 of my interviewing team was going to be on the phone anyway, I'm not 100% sure I would have made the trip and opted to do a phone interview right off the bat. Again, this might be indicative of a young program without firm administrative procedures so I'm withholding judgement for now.