Sample Health Interview Paper

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I met with Joy Ahern, the Health Promotions Supervisor at the Metropolitan Council. Joy’s responsibilities, on top of managing individuals in the Health and Wellness group within Human Resources, are to collect health related data, presentations on health topics and pre-planning health and wellness promotions with Council wide facilities.
Growing up Joy lived a life many would only dream about. When she was 16 she lived in South America and Uruguay. At the age of 19, Joy lived in England and traveled quite extensively across the UK (England, Ireland and Scotland) and Europe (Greece, Germany, Italy, France, Austria and Netherlands.) Traveling opened her eyes to the world – seeing other cultures and experiencing them firsthand.
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She ran into a past professor who told her about a job opening in the Public Health department. She got the job and worked there for 4 years. Joy played a major role in the U of M’s obesity prevention project and the worksite health study program. She moved on to work for Carver County as the manager of the public health planning department. Joy got to know many people in the public sector which lead her to her current position as the Health Promotions Supervisor at the Metropolitan Council. Joy became the lead for the Fit for Life program. A program designed to promote health and wellness throughout Council wide facilities ran by employees of the Council. I am and have been an active member of Fit for Life for almost 3 years. I have been involved in campaigns such as diabetes prevention, walking programs and weight loss. This program has changed the lives of many employees.
Joy has always had a passion for health and prevention. She uses her vast knowledge of health and wellness into every aspect of her life. She wants others to feel the same passion for health as she does that she tries to accommodate everyone’s needs, even if money is not in the budget. When I look at the Strong Interest Inventory, Joy would fit into the “Realistic” and “Social” categories because of her willingness to help others and her planning/promoting

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