In 750-1,000 words, write the interview in a narrative format. Use the following guidelines: 1.Within the paper’s introduction, explain your interview selection. 2.Do not identify the individual by name. 3.Use centered headings to separate parts of the interview.
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Interview a nurse who is master’s-prepared in nursing and is using this education in a present position. Preferably, select someone who is in a position similar to your chosen specialty track. The purpose of the interview is for you to gain insight into the interplay among education, career path, and opportunities. Be certain to identify specific competencies that the MSN-prepared nurse gained, and is presently using, that reflect advanced education. Organize your interview around the topics below:
1.Overview of the master’s-prepared nurse’s career
2.Reason for seeking graduate education
3.Description of present position and role
4.Usefulness of graduate education for present role
5.Pearls of wisdom he/she is willing to share
In 750-1,000 words, write the interview in a narrative format. Use the following guidelines:
1.Within the paper’s introduction, explain your interview selection.
2.Do not identify the individual by name.
3.Use centered headings to separate parts of the interview.
4.In the conclusion, identify one or more competencies from the interview that are consistent with GCU program competencies and/or AACN education essentials. In addition, provide a statement that reflects what you gained from the interview.
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