What are some of the unspoken difficulties you encountered early in your career?

In this request you are interviewing Dr. Jared James, Psychiatrist and Regional Medical Officer at U.S. Embassy Norway. Using your creativity and educational and scholarly sources answer the questions below in 8 to 10 pages, not including the required APA formatted title page; in text citations are not permitted a reference page is required. Answers must be original and untarnished by turnitin analysis.

The basic parts of a paper should also include; the introduction section, the body of the paper (substituted by the interview questions/answer section), and a conclusion.
? In the introduction of the report, identify the interviewee by his or her professional title, academic degree, and number of years of experience 14, in an introduction paragraph prior to the first question/answer pair.
? In the body, the questions should be identified using bold font and type the response directly below removing the bold font. Responses should be 50-110 words depending on the content. The provided questions do not count towards the word count.
? Close the work with a substantive and cohesive section, describing what was learned during the interview, whether the interview provided insight that in turn may affect the direction of your career path, and the most beneficial aspect of the interview assignment.

  1. What are some of the unspoken difficulties you encountered early in your career?
  2. Please describe the difficulties of obtaining licensure and prospective employment early in your career?
  3. If you could do it again, would you choose a different specialty? I.E. work with: couples, children with learning disabilities, teaching academia or empirical/clinical research.
  4. What career implications did your dissertation have if any? Please include: long-term influence, professional associations and noteworthy suggestions.
  5. What is the most enjoyable aspect of your professional career that you think other professionals would find the inverse, unenjoyable?
  6. Have you been involved in any research post dissertation that you’ve found yourself enmeshed in? Please elaborate if you enjoyed or loathed the experience.
  7. Does the term peer-reviewed have any relevance to you today? Elaborate if you encounter this periodically or if it has become a distant memory.
  8. Are there any personal incentives you employ to get through the day?
  9. Have you or someone you know suffered any discrimination that you believe resulted from bias against a particular ethnicity or gender and not aptitude? Please feel free to describe a possible way forward that will not compromise your professional reputation.
  10. Do you think your day-to-day duties are psychologically taxing or pose a long-term risk to your own mental health? Please include a brief response regarding whether you do or do not think professionals in the field should participate in counseling.
  11. Are professional academic relationships essential for future career options?
  12. Do you think you are empowered by your expert knowledge on human behavior or is it vice the more you learn, the less you really know?
  13. Do you look forward to retirement or is the prospect of no longer working in your specialty daunting? I ask to gauge the lifelong fulfillment aspect.
  14. The study of human behavior is often described as a “soft science” by many engineers and mathematicians. Would you agree with or rebuttal that claim?
  15. Do you think private sector business can make any noteworthy empirical or clinical contributions? Please elaborate on whether there is any gain to be had by the rest of the field or if individuals pursuing this model do it solely for lucrative gain.
  16. Has there been a time where you had to deal with an unexplained/crisis situation? Please describe what the outcome was.
  17. Do you consider yourself an introvert, an extrovert, or both? Explain if these personality tendencies have any influence on your career.
  18. How do you maintain bearing with a rude, funny or inconsiderate patient?
  19. What are the career implications of an unsatisfactory patient encounter, if any?

20.Have your professional interest changed as a result of experience and are there any misconceptions that only experience can clarify?