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Personal communications such as conversations, interviews, and email correspondences cannot be retrieved by others. Therefore, only provide an in-text citation that details information about the communication. To ensure that you meet assignment requirements, check with your professor before including personal communications within your paper.
Include details about the communication like person's name, professional credentials, date, and communication type (e.g., interview).
In an interview with JP Clarkson, Athletic Therapist, on January 10th, 2020 ...
See section 3.13.10 (pp92-93) in the AMA Manual of Style, 11th edition.