Community Key Persons Interview

Community Key Persons Interview

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local community. Possibilities for key interviews include police/law enforcement, firefighters, church leaders, civic group leaders, store owners/employees,
homeowners, apartment dwellers, bus drivers, restaurant workers, etc.
Student must obtain interviews from different categories of community members (i.e., do not interview three shopkeepers or three police officers). The interviews
should focus on
community strengths, concerns, challenges, and weaknesses according to the person interviewed. Key persons must be interviewed in person. If a student identifies a key
person that can only be interviewed by telephone, he or she must get permission from the instructor prior to conducting the interview. Furthermore, only one telephone
interview may be utilized per student.The interviews are not to exceed two pages for each person interviewed and should follow APA format in paragraph form.
(Approximately 10 pages to include title page and body of five interviews.) All five interviews are to be contained in one submitted paper per student. Include the
appropriate reference within the body of each interview that refers to personal communication.Note: As a personal interview is not published or “findable,” it should
not be included in an APA reference list. Instead, a personal interview should be referenced as a parenthetical citation. For example: (J. Smith, personal
communication, May 17, 2008). Source: www.easybib.com/guides/citation-guides/apa-format/how-to-cite-a-interview-apa/Use APA headings with the title on the title page
and on the first page of the paper. Subheadings should be according to the 6th ed. of the APA publication manual. There is no reference page. Begin the paper with an
opening paragraph describing the local community. Include: state, county, and city with zip code, type of community (rural, urban), and population.The following
provides the expected flow for each person interviewed. As a minimum, each interview should have a subheading, a paragraph describing the information in question #1, a
paragraph or paragraphs answering the questions in #2, an overall summary as described in #3, and answers to #4 and #5. As a minimum, each interview should have at
least five paragraphs covering all of the following information.1.State the date and time and location for the interview. Provide the role of the person (and name, if
theperson agrees). It is okay to maintain anonymity if the person requests it. Clarify whether the person actually lives in the designated community and state this in
your paper (if you are interviewing someone who is working or shopping or dining at the time of interview).2.Ask the following questions and provide answers for each
one:sk the following questions and provide answers for each one:A.What is healthy about living in this community?B.What is not very healthy about living in this
community?C.What does this community need to be healthier?D.If you could change anything in this community, what would you want to change?
NUR453: Community Focused Professional Nursing | xvii10/23/20173. Provide an overall summary of the conversation and key points addressing community strengths and
challenges.4. State what the person would like to see changed in their community and what resources that would take to accomplish. (If the person you interviewed does
not suggest resources, then the student determines what would be required and states in the paper.)5. End the paper with a summary of the interviews and impressions of
the health of the community.Community Key Persons InterviewsSubmit five interviews of key persons within the students’ local community. Interviews may include
police/law enforcement, firefighters, church leaders, civic group leaders, store owners/employees, home owners, apartment dwellers, bus drivers, restaurant workers,
etc. You must obtain interviews from different categories of community members. Focus on community strengths, concerns, challenges, and weaknesses according to the
person interviewed. Key persons must be interviewed in person.Intro to the Community: 10 pointsBegins the paper with an opening paragraph describing the local
community. Includes: state, county, and city with zip code, type of community (rural, urban), and population.Levels of Achievement0 to 10 pointsExcellent: 10Good:
8Fair: 4–6Poor: 0–2Interview 1: 30 points• Asks all four questions and provides answers for each one.• Provides an overall summary of the conversation and key points
addressing community strengths and challenges.• States what the person would like to see changed in their community and what resources that would take to accomplish.
(If the person interviewed does not suggest resources, the student determines what would be required and states in the paper.)0 to 30 pointsExcellent: 28–30Good: 24–26
Fair: 18–22Poor: 0–16

Interview 2: 30 pointsAsks all four questions and provides answers for each one.Provides an overall summary of the conversation and key points addressing community
strengths and challenges.States what the person would like to see changed in their community and what resources that would take to accomplish. (If the person
interviewed does not suggest resources, the student determines what would be required and states in the paper.)0 to 30 pointsExcellent: 28–30Good: 24–26 Fair: 18–
22Poor: 0–16Interview 3: 30 pointsAsks all four questions and provides answers for each one.Provides an overall summary of the conversation and key points addressing
community strengths and challenges.States what the person would like to see changed in their community and what resources that would take to accomplish. (If the person
interviewed does not suggest resources, the student determines what would be required and states in the paper.)0 to 30 pointsExcellent: 28–30Good: 24–26 Fair: 18–
22Poor: 0–16Interview 4: 30 pointsAsks all four questions and provides answers for each one.Provides an overall summary of the conversation and key points addressing
community strengths and challenges.States what the person would like to see changed in their community and what resources that would take to accomplish. (If the person
interviewed does not suggest resources, the student determines what would be required and states in the paper.)0 to 30 pointsExcellent: 28–30Good: 24–26 Fair: 18–
22Poor: 0–16
Interview 5: 30 points•Asks all four questions and provides answers for each one.•Provides an overall summary of the conversation and key points addressingcommunity
strengths and challenges.•States what the person would like to see changed in their community andwhat resources that would take to accomplish. (If the person
intervieweddoes not suggest resources, the student determines what would be requiredand states in the paper.)0 to 30 pointsExcellent: 28–30Good: 24–26 Fair: 18–22Poor:
0–16Conclusion: 20 pointsEnds the paper with a summary of the interviews and provides impressions of the health of the community.0 to 20 pointsExcellent: 18–20Good:
16Fair: 14–15Poor: 0–12APA: 20 points•The interviews do not exceed two pages for each person interviewed andfollow APA format in paragraph form.•Length approximately
10 pages, including title page and body of fiveinterviews.•Includes the appropriate reference within the body of each interview thatrefers to personal
communication.•Uses APA headings with the title on the title page and on the first page of thepaper.•Subheadings follow APA publication manual, 6th ed.