I have listed the name of the person that I’ve interviewed below also their details with the instructions of the 12-page paper this is a two part assignment

******Nurse Anesthetist Interviewee Mr. M Nurse Anesthetist*****

I interviewed Mr. M, who is a certified registered nurse specialized in anesthetics. He took a certificate of nurse anesthetists in General hospital in California, where he retook and pursued the recertification in the field’s professional. Mr. M Jones has had the experience of more than seventeen years in the field of nurse anesthetist, where he has encountered numerous situations of patients related to the eating disorder.

The area of the topic that relates to the field interview is on eating disorders. Over the period of seventeen years, Mr. M has had the chance to deal with patients suffering from numerous eating disorders, including Anorexia Nervosa patients. These are the patients who get feed through tubes due to the disability of eating on themselves. Moreover, Mr. M has had a chance of performing anesthesia on patients suffering from Obesity. These include the patients who had undergone a gastric surgery bypass as well as sleeve gastrostomy. Over the years of experience, Mr. M has had the chance of experiencing emergency performance to the patients suffering from anesthesia. These include the patients who have had infections in the myocardial, also known as the heart attack. All these experiences were directly experienced by the field interviewee, indicating he is an explicitly qualified and certified professional nurse specializing in the field of anesthetic. For instance, Anorexia Nervosa is typically characterized by body image distortion, especially in people who try to maintain a below or normal body weight. To achieve this, such individuals will get themselves through starvation or engaging their bodies in over-exercise activities, which leads to exhaustion that impacts their normal body stability or functionality. Likewise, Obesity is also an eating disorder-related condition that leads to overweight to the patient. It usually is caused by overeating. This typically visible to people who have a habit of eating more than they should.



As part of the Research Project Series, you will write a literature review research paper that

synthesizes the major points of your findings. Your paper must focus on your selected topic and

the field of mental health crisis intervention. Your paper must relate your research findings to the

content of this course, your academic research, your interview findings, cultural concerns, and

biblical perspectives on crisis counseling.


 The body of your paper (not counting the cover page, abstract, or reference pages) must

be between 12 pages. Any submissions less than 12 pages will be prorated and heavily

penalized. There is no need to go over to impress as succinct writing is highly valued in

crisis work.

 Current APA or Turabian formatting is required. Focus on the cover page, headers, Level

1 and Level 2 headings, citations, references in particular.

 Your paper must contain a formal introduction and a formal conclusion. Conclusions in

literature review papers must contain a paragraph related to “ideas for future research”.

You just read the literature so you are in a positive to advise what seems to be missing.

This tells future researchers what to focus on.

 Spiritual application is required in the paper including specific Bible verses/passages.

 You must incorporate some key points from your interview in this paper. This is where

you share your interview findings. There is no need for a specific section but rather

weave in the interview data like you do other academic sources.

 Avoid personal experience or personal opinions in these papers. This is a literature

review paper so only academic sources are utilized.

 At least 15 scholarly sources must be used to support your findings and research. At least

10 of your sources must be published within the last 5 years. It is fine to use an older

study only if it is considered a “classic study” in the field.

 Be sure to review the rubric for additional requirements before submitting your paper and

use the rubric as a checklist to ensure that no requirements are missed.

 Proofread your paper carefully before submission. Consider this a major assignment and

submit your best work.

Here is a basic outline of the main sections that your paper must include:

1. An APA or Turabian cover page.

2. An Abstract. (An Abstract and Introduction are often confused but they are different in

both formatting and content. Be sure you know the difference.)

3. Body of the report which includes all of the areas listed below:

a. Introduction –in APA or Turabian Form. Use this section to orient your reader

and grab their interest. Why does this topic matter? What interesting background

information can you share?

b. Mental health symptoms / relationship dynamics common in your population-of-

interest – How can new interventionists identify this population? What type of

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mental health issues typically arise? What type of relationship issues typically


c. Best practices in crisis intervention (how can we best help them?). NOTE: avoid

any discussion of long-term counseling or psychotherapy. This is a crisis course

so be sure you know the difference.

d. Spiritual applications/interventions (What does Scripture say about your topic

area that is relevant?)

e. Cultural considerations – What cultural concerns/considerations must we attend to

when working with this population?

f. Conclusion – Wrap up your paper discussing key themes and findings that you

uncovered. Note: The conclusion of literature review papers must include at least

a paragraph on “ideas for future research.” You just read the literature on your

topic area so you are conversant in the research. What seems to be missing? What

should future researchers focus on?

4. Reference page (APA).

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