What have you learned about being an acute care nurse that they didn't teach you in school?
Interviewers are often as interested in finding out how you use your knowledge at work and in practice as much as what you may actually know from your studies. In this way, they can more accurately gauge your qualifications for the job and if you have the right kind of practiced expertise for their needs. So answer thoughtfully, with confidence and enthusiasm because this is an ideal opportunity for you to shape opinions in your favor. Some of your expertise will probably have come from books and some of it will be in the form of know-how you've just picked up along the way doing what you do. Give examples of how this expertise has helped patients and made a difference.