First create a spiritual assessment survey. Based on the spiritual assessment resources in the topic study materials and any other guidelines from your field of study, create a spiritual assessment survey that includes at least five questions about how a stressful health or wellness experience amplified spiritual concerns or needs. In addition, include demographic questions such as sex, age, ethnicity, and religion. Do not include specific names and other personal information. Second, select one person to interview, based on the following criteria: Able to meet in-person Has had a stressful health or wellness experience (positive or negative) related to your field study Agrees to a spiritual needs assessment interview Third, use the spiritual assessment survey you created to interview the selected person. During the interview, record the interviewee’s responses. The transcript should include the questions asked and the answers provided. Part II: Analysis Write a 500-750-word analysis of your interview experience. Include the following in your response: The spiritual assessment survey questions that you asked and summary of responses. In what ways did the interviewee’s experience amplify his or her spiritual concerns or needs? Explain your answer with examples. What is the importance of understanding various diverse cultures, values, beliefs, and experiences when assessing spiritual concerns and needs? How does this inform communication between healthcare professionals, caregivers, and those to whom you provide care? Provide examples. Based on the interview process, answer the following: What went well? Provide examples. Were there any barriers or challenges that inhibited your ability to complete the spiritual assessment survey? How would you address these in the future or change your assessment to better address these challenges? How does the spiritual assessment survey allow you to better meet the needs of your patient? What other insights do you have about providing spiritual care in your field of study? Submit both the transcript of the interview and the analysis of your results as one document. APA style is not required, but solid academic writing is expected.