Chamberlain College of Nursing NR510 Leadership and Role of the Advanced Practice Nurse Interview Suggestions and Tips STEP 1: Research, research, research. Then research some more. The only way to come up with good questions is to know everything there is to know about your subject. STEP 2: Contact the person you wish to interview. Ask when a good time would be to do the interview. Be polite! Say "please" and "thank you." Try to set up the interview in person. If this isn't possible, then set up a phone interview. STEP 3: Read over your research and brainstorm a list of 15 questions. The more specific your questions are the better! And never ask questions that can be answered with a simple yes or no. Make your interviewee talk! Be sure to write all your questions down in a notebook, then practice asking them with a partner. Become very familiar with your questions before you go into the interview. STEP 4: Arrive prepared with writing or recording materials. If you plan to use a recording device, always ask permission before recording the interview. Even if you are recording an interview, take
- Fall '15
- Advanced practice nurse, Scholastic Inc.