Just relax, you did not steal the meds, so you have no reason to worry. You do not have to recall, from memory, which meds you gave. If you need to refresh your memory about meds, ask to have the medical record available to refer to. That way you can see which meds you signed off for what time. As far as your prescription goes, do not feel guilty about that. Your prescribed meds are between you and your MD. In this interview, you should not even be asked to discuss your own personal medical history. Besides, what does that have to do with the price of rice? You said you have been questioned before, so you probably know what kind of questions will be asked. Just answer honestly and you will be fine. You said this has happened multiple times. My question is, why haven't they been able to pinpoint when (as in which shift/nurse) are the descrepincies occuring after. I was taught never to accept a med cart if the count is wrong/has not been reconciled. At what point are they relizing meds are missing. The facility should be doing a better job of narrowing this down.