I'm going to be interviewing for a position as an RN in Burn ICU (8 bed unit) that is adjacent to the hospital's outpatient burn clinic. I'm interested in working with patients with complex, compromised integumentary systems, and thought burn nursing could be a good fit for me. I understand that there is a large psychological component to burn care, along with pain management and lengthy dressing changes. There will likely be many candidates interviewing so I'm wondering if anyone can offer any perspectives or insights on working as a burn RN and also, any tips on what is expected out of a top applicant. I'm considering completing my ACLS to start, but didn't know if there was anything else I could do besides common sense things like preparing and dressing well for the interview.