Interview Guidelines Handout With Original Questions
1. What is the biggest challenge you have encountered in your current position?
2. What recommendations would you give to nurses that are considering nursing informatics?
3. What is a typical day of work for you?
4. What skills and qualities should nurse informatics hold?
· Review the Module 2 Interview Guidelines handout.
· Identify a public health nurse informaticist to interview. If you are unable to find a nurse informaticist in a public health department in your area, you may conduct a phone or an e-mail interview, per the Module 2 Interview Guidelines handout. Contact your Instructor for further guidance, if needed.
· Reflect on the interview subject’s area of expertise when choosing the subject.
· You are required to ask the following questions:
o What types of data are transferred from your workplace to the public health department? How does it relate to electronic clinical quality measures (eCQM)?
o How are data shared in syndromic surveillance, disasters, and epidemics?
o What is the current state of health information exchanges (HIE)? What are the strengths and weaknesses of these organizations?
o What are some of the issues in sharing information regarding the monitoring of infectious diseases with other agencies?
o What are some of the current issues in public health, bioinformatics, and biomedical research, and what is the role of the nurse informaticist in relation to these issues?
· You are also required to generate three questions of your own. To do so, reflect on the following:
o Based on the interview subject’s expertise, what questions could expand your knowledge base regarding data and how it is shared?
o What tools are used by the expert in their field to obtain research information, including bioinformatics, genetics, and genomics?
· Set up an interview date or time. Consult the Module 2 Interview Guidelines handout for guidance. In the Module 2 Interview Guidelines handout, you will find a form for the interview subject to sign as proof for the interview occurring.
Part 2: Infographic and Interview Presentation
· Reflect on the responses to the required interview questions and the questions you wrote and asked.
· Consider how to visually represent the job responsibilities of your interview subject in an infographic.
· Analyze the responses in order to present them to an audience.
Part 1: Interview Guidelines Handout With Original Questions
Submit the completed parts of the Module 2 Interview Guidelines handout. These must include:
· The three original interview questions you wrote to ask your interview subject. Your original questions should address how the interview subject’s position relates to public health and informatics.
· The signed statement from the interview subject (or other proof as noted in the handout).
Part 2: Infographic and Interview Presentation
· Create an infographic, based on responses to your questions and the data you gathered from your interview, that explains the job responsibilities of your interview subject’s role.
o This infographic will become the first slide of your presentation.
· Create a 10-slide PowerPoint presentation. Address the following in your presentation:
o Include your infographic as Slide 1.
o On subsequent slides, analyze your interview subject’s response to each question you asked—you may use direct quotes from the interview, but do not simply repeat the answer. Be sure to provide an analysis of each response. You are required to address the following questions in addition to three questions you create.
· What types of data are transferred from your workplace to the public health department? How does it relate to electronic clinical quality measures (eCQM)?
· How are data shared in syndromic surveillance, disasters, and epidemics?
· What is the current state of health information exchanges (HIE)? What are the strengths and weaknesses of these organizations?
· What are some of the issues in sharing information regarding the monitoring of infectious diseases with other agencies?
· What are some of the current issues in public health, bioinformatics, and biomedical research, and what is the role of the nurse informaticist in relation to these issues?
o In the following slide, respond to the following question: Based on your interview and the data you gathered, how might you see the nurse informaticist’s role differently from your perspective prior to the interview?
o Provide references in APA style at the end of your presentation—the reference slide or slides do not count toward your assignment total.
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