A little bit of back ground on me. I used to be a medical assistant, mostly in peds or family practice. I graduated from an ADN program in June, took my NCLEX 5 days after gradution and passed at 258 questions (should have just given me the whole test :sstrs:). I would have gladly taken all 265. In July I landed my first job at a LTCF. My grandmother worked there as a charge nurse for 18 years. She conacted the DNS and told her my situation. It just happened that they were looking for an on-call nurse. So I have worked there since July passing meds and working as charge nurse on all shifts. Recentlly I have take an interest in hospice nursing. We have had a lot of people pass over the last few months. I guess before this we hadn't had a death in the entire retirement community in a LONG time. We have over 400 residents. Most of them are independent. Then we have assisted living, and ICF (which is where I work). It is a really great place. As residents health declines and their level of care increases they can move to the different areas of the facility. Anyways, a lot of our residents have been placed on hospice. I just loved taking care of the residents, making sure their pain is under controland that they are comfortable. And the families have been great. So today, 8 months into my nursing practice, I received a phone call and set up a phone interview tomorrow. I can't be more excited and nervous at the same time. I am affraid I wont like it. But then affraid that I will LOVE it. I plan to continue working oncall at my current job. There is an opening in June or July there. So who knows what that will bring for me too. All of a sudden I have all these options. Its nice to have options. Can anyone help me as to what questions they might ask me? Oh and of course wish me tons of luck!!!