Student states his or her own first and last name and clearly states the purpose of the interview.
Nurse is introduced (or introduces self) stating first and last name, years as an RN, and practice areas during career.
Nurse States Verbal Permission for Interview and Submission
Nurse clearly states verbal permission for this interview and submission to faculty for scoring purposes.
Organization and Revisions
Interviewer asks primary questions in a well-organized manner using follow-up questions to elicit more details. Interviewer used instructor feedback from Milestone 2 to revise the quality of questions used in the interview.
Responsiveness and Guidance
Interviewer is responsive to the comments by the nurse and seeks more detail as needed. Interviewer demonstrates great interest in the nurse’s story. Interviewer keeps nurse on topic and prevents rambling by returning to topic
Interviewer makes a clear statement of gratitude for the nurse’s time and sharing of history. A simple thank you is not sufficient.
Interviewer clearly and thoroughly summarizes what was learned from the interview with this nurse.
Transcript of Interview is Edited
transcript is edited prior to submission to remove spelling or typographical errors; and create a clear picture of the nurse’s contribution to the nursing profession.