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My mum has an interview for a job at a hospital next week. It's the same job just at a different place (dental nurse). Anyways, my mum's never had an interview before and there's going to be 3 of them! They're all women though so maybe that will make it less intimidating. Anyway, I was wondering if anyone had some advice I could give her (I really want her to get it because the place she's at at the moment is crap - they pay peanuts and they're constantly understaffed. I'm pretty sure she doesn't get the legal amount of breaks and they have to get changed into their uniform there, which is a poxy toilet at the back). So anyone with experience, particuarly in the medical side of things with advice would be great. Such as what kind of questions will come up etc. And also, are they likely to ask why you're leaving your old place? Would it be bad to basically say you're leaving because the place is crap (obviously in better words)? Or would it look unprofessional? Thank you!!