The nurse I chose to interview has been a family friend for a while, as she has worked closely with my mother for several years. She is the first nurse I met when I decided I was interested in going into the nursing field, and she is actually the person who encouraged me to apply to Truman State University’s nursing program. I was confident that she would be able to share her capacity of nursing knowledge and wisdom with me when I asked if I could interview her. I will expand on our interview which took place in her office at work throughout the next couple of pages, and to keep confidentiality, I will allude to her by her initials, J.W.
A collateral interview was conducted with Ms. Yelena Halperin LCSW, therapist for Ms. Choi. She has been working with the mother for approximately one year. She indicated that the mother was overwhelmed with fear of the father retaliating due to the mother starting the divorce. The patient found her through the internet. She had to pay the fee initially. However, she is now covered under Medicaid.
Purpose: The purpose of this interview is to gain a deeper understanding on your experiences with education, both during your childhood and adult life. Specifically, I am interested in how your familial income has impacted your education success, your opinion on the varying levels of Illinois education funding, and your knowledge on how the U.S. government regulates and impacts education throughout the nation. This interview should be no longer than 40 minutes. Throughout the course of this interview I will be recording you and taking notes for the purpose of my sociology class; however, your privacy will be respected. All of the information you share with me will be kept private between myself and my teacher. In addition, your name will not be included in this transcript and my interview summary.
Today I interview Josiah. Josiah is an 8 year old African American boy in the third grade at King Elementary School. Josiah who also goes by the nickname Jojo is tall for his age; he stands about 4ft 5in and weighs close to 70 pounds. Josiah is a very happy young man throughout our interview he smiles and laughs frequently. His energy level is also very high during our interview I had to redirect his attention and allow him to take breaks to stretch. Josiah was very outgoing and open to talk with me. I felt a little hesitation at first but once his teacher gave him the ok. He relaxed and let his natural self-shine through. Josiah and I talked in the back of a third grade class room during the classroom assigned free time. The teacher is one of my good friends and allowed me to speak with Josiah after obtaining permission from his parents.
During interview with Hildreth (In-Person Interview, 2015) he notes that his vocational/ rehabilitation program works with between 15-20% of the clients of North West Ohio Psychiatric Hospital. Hildreth (2015) notes that some of his clients work in the vocational program for a shorter time such as a month, while others have been in the program for over a decade (i.e. forensic clients who are NGRI Not Guilty for Reason of Insanity). The first step for entering this program is a referral from a treatment team on one of the psychiatric units when deemed appropriate, and as a good candidate of the program.
I learned a lot from both interviews because Sunday Salter is a female counselor at a community college and she is residing in California while my other interviewee, Dr. Bruce Mathews, is a male that is a dean at a four- year institution in Hawai’i. I noticed differences between the institution of the work occurring within their functional areas. For instance, Sunday Salter mentioned that her institution is considers a Hispanic-Serving Institution (HIS). However, Dr. Mathews at first was not so sure of the definition of HIS until I explained it to him. I quickly noticed that if he did not know the definition that it would be very likely that their institution probably is an Asian American and Native American Pacific Islander-Serving Institution
Mr. Daren Lindstrom requested a phone interview. Mr. Daren resides Minnesota Adult Teen challenge 1619 Portland Ave south. Privacy practices and Tennessen notices were reviewed verbally. The interview was not recorded due to being a phone call.
My first informational interview was with Mr. Karren, I call him this because he was a teacher for me in high school. He taught the law and leadership development institute program I was a part of as a law student at University of Toledo. As soon as I arrived in D.C. I contacted him and asked if he had time to catch up. He had always been a mentor for me and was always willing to write recommendation letters to employers and scholarship committees. We met at Ted’s Bulletin and began to catch up. He was the first of many people to tell me not to go to law school. I told him how nervous I was to be in D.C. The greatest advice he gave me was to just soak everything up. He told me D.C. was unlike any other city and you meet people here and have
It did not take long at all before I had made so many errors at work and so many trips outside to my dealer 's car that my coworkers started to take notice. I was put suspended from work for three days for leaving my work area too long without telling anyone. I was having a severe panic attack and needed to leave the laboratory immediately. I had actually told one of the phlebotomists in the front of the lab that I would be back shortly instead of telling one of my fellow lab techs, so technically they were right I had failed to tell anyone. When I went to work the following day I was suspended for leaving the work are without telling anyone. I tried to explain my panic attack and the fact that I had kept my medication in my car since my
After four interviews, one being over the phone for 30 minutes, the other three in person, the first interview being a pleasant conversation about my skills and background and the other two about my current job and their personal company experience. I left the office exhausted from being asked the same questions. I am not sure if I will ever put myself in such exhausting interview procedures.
Eighty-six-and-a-half years of age, Caucasian man, “J.M.” graciously agreed to participate in this aging and systems interview. The interview was conducted in J.M.’s studio room of his home where his life’s work hangs on the walls and books, articles, awards, and family pictures surround him. This studio is also where J.M. spends a substantial amount of time researching different topics of interest on the internet, working on art at his table and sending comical e-mails to his family. He lives in a cozy, eco-friendly, single story home with his companion, my grandmother, and their two rescue dogs.
Part one will discuss the aspects of my interview style. This will included how I felt about my performance and what I wished I have done differently. It also, will include the things that I believe I done my best when conducting the interviews with the client.
To begin with, I feel I should take part in the staffing community here because I ensure a large portion of qualified time as well as extreme experiences and a sincere inclination in moderating over the chat and providing the necessary satisfaction to players in need of any particular assistance. I am a person who shares a natural obligation and heavy dedication to those in need of a correct