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It's not that we don't like to help but these interviews are meant to take you out of your comfort zone and in front of another person. The interview process is one that is used by every nurse everyday. When a patient is admitted we must obtain important and personal information from a complete stranger and convince the patient that we are trustworthy enough to deserve them releasing such personal information.....a complete stranger. Obtaining verbal and non verbal cues are important to this process and that can only be obtained by experience.....especially in this electronic device age.
Go to your local school nurses. Call make an appointment. Go to the local urgent care and set up a time. Go to the local CVS type minute clinics and speak to someone there. Call the local hospitals. Speak to the CNO or nurse managers if a time can be set up with any nurses. Call your OBGYN or PCP and speak to someone there...try your child's pediatrician (if you have children) office nurses.
As far as an internet web site being helpful to you......I am not so sure your instructors want an interview from someone who may or may not be a nurse. Allnurses, while I believe has mostly honest nurses, has non nursing personnel that visit/belong to this site and while it is a violation of the Terms of Service to say you have a degree in nursing when you don't there is no way for you to verify if it is really a nurse you are speaking to.
I wish you the very best on your nursing journey!