Diversity of Life in The World Oceans Discussion
What I want you to do is put together another list of 10 questions based on this lesson (Life in the Nekton II-note that for most of the assignments, you only had to answer 5 questions). You must include the following: your name, directions, a due date, and finally the questions. You may use my posts as a guideline, but do NOT copy-and-paste your directions! We want to see how you would put an assignment together. You will be graded in the clarity of your directions and the rigor of your questions (they should be challenging, but not impossible for a non-major to answer). I will be evaluating your understanding of this section based on the types of questions you present, so make them good! Think about the types of questions you would ask to prepare for an exam, or to quiz a colleague.
Remember, you are setting the foundation for diversity of life in the world oceans.
Personal Experience with Healthcare Providers Patient Interview
Part of your Patient Interview Assignment was to ask your interviewee what they would like present or future health care providers to know about treating someone with their condition – something they would like you to share with the class to help future patients like them.
This “insiders’ perspective” insight could be about their condition, its treatment, or their personal experience as a human being who is suffering or in pain/discomfort.
1) Briefly & succinctly state your interviewee’s message to the class from their lived illness experience. State it in a few sentences (this post may be short).
Go ahead and post – then,
2) Read some other posts by your colleagues in this class. Choose posts from 2 other students which stood out to you as useful or true, to respond to with your own comments.
Again, these posts can be short –
Do you agree with their comment ? Why or why not ?
Did this comment fit with what you learned from your interviewee or your own experience ? Or was it different, even opposite ?
What does this mean for you if you were working in the future with patients who have serious or chronic conditions, whether in a health care setting, in a community setting, or even in a lab or environmental intervention setting ?
(Public Health is nearly always dealing with the public, one way or another ).