Before this interview, I was aware of the fact that qualitative research depends on interviews in order to obtain first-hand information into issues that require close attention and critical analysis. This understanding made me to give the interview prime importance and the seriousness it required. Effective research requires respondents to fully co-operate and provide the necessary information which is essential in making important recommendations into how different aspects touching on social policy can be tackled. Social policy is important in drawing boundaries of how some interactions and activities within the society can be regarded by people. When people violate the policies the results are usually hurting for all the parties or those that seem to be highly vulnerable. Effective social policies safeguard the interests of all people in the society while enabling them to enjoy harmonious interactions with various activities and people of all ideologies.
In order to have an effective research, the process has to be conducted with people who have a thorough understanding of the various issues affecting people in the society. There has to be research experts as well as professional respondents who can provide the vital information which is the essence of conducting the research process itself. In this case, the use of doctors as interviewers was a good assurance that the process was bound to have effective results and conclusions as well as recommendations for implementation. This prompted me to prepare fully and ensure that I was in a good position to provide the answers into the questions that were prepared. The process itself was successful; the interviewers were resourceful and understanding. They showed great intelligence in the manner in which they asked questions and probed for answers.
This interview process was important for me as it was sort of an eye opener in the wider field of care and treat for people with depression issues. Before the actual