FACES of NURSING

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THE BROADCAST SPECIAL FEATURE

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THE BROADCAST SPECIAL FEATURE

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THE BROADCAST SPECIAL FEATURE

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100 years of nursing

120 Years of Nursing History

PrimeTime TV

LIVE Online Podcast with Give-A-Ways

THROUGHOUT TEXAS

In Houston & Surrounding Areas

UPCOMING EVENTS
17
May
Prayer Meeting

862 Bransten Road, San Carlos, California 94070

7:00 pm

27
Feb
Worship Service

862 Bransten Road, San Carlos, California 94070

7:00 pm

28
Apr
Home Group Meeting

862 Bransten Road, San Carlos, California 94070

6:00 pm

The Story

The story of the Texas Nurses Association District 9 Nurses highlights the history of healthcare throughout the Houston area and Galveston.

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Prayer Meeting

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Wednesday
,
May
17

7:00 pm

862 Bransten Road, San Carlos, California 94070

Worship Service

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Monday
,
Feb
27

7:00 pm

862 Bransten Road, San Carlos, California 94070

Home Group Meeting

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Thursday
,
Apr
28

6:00 pm

862 Bransten Road, San Carlos, California 94070

About the Series


For many in healthcare 2020 was a true test of their expertise and loyalty to their profession. Nurses have been on the frontlines in the battle against COVID-19, and even as we progress toward better therapeutics and promising vaccines, the effect of this crisis will be long lasting. In the early days of the pandemic, doctors, nurses and all healthcare professionals were named as heroes and were met at the end of each shift by fire engine sirens, thunderous applause, and cheers by thousands of people. As time wore on, however, the sirens and applause would die out. Faces of Nursing, Houston, is a dynamic documentary and awareness series that will act as a reminder of why their efforts are so important.

Although the pandemic may act as the catalyst for the May 2021 Nurses Week FACES of NURSING documentary and awareness campaign, it is a project that is well overdue considering the impact nurses have had in healthcare over the years in Houston and surrounding areas. The project will highlight 120 years of professional, compassionate and often heroic service unique within the Gulf Coast Region and will be distributed across several social media platforms prior to and during Nurses Week with the main event being the LIVE Nightly Podcasts of six 30-minutes episodes. The series when then be distributed to nursing organizations, associations, and local medical related libraries.

THE CELEBRATION

Healthcare is migrating conversations online to accommodate a new breed of communications. Learn more about the show's producer and why the online method for 2021 is perfect timing for this project.

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THE BROADCAST

Each episode will include a  diverse array of nurses in a variety of nurse professions to bring to light their heroic acts stem from their core values in their everyday practice. Keep up with nurse interviews.

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THE APP

Social Media segments are easy viewing for healthcare professional's schedule. See how sponsoring a co-worker is an wonderful way to give them a little recognition for their efforts.

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Research and the development of contributing history, photos, films, artifacts, are being gathered from local historic organizations, libraries, hospitals, institutions of learning, and and individuals. The initial development was provided by broadcast producer Jon Lindgren and Texas Nurses Association District 9 volunteers that identified eight areas of focus to help better define nursing's unique history throughout Houston and surrounding areas. This regional nursing history conveys nursing roles in community, education, research contributions, technology, diversity, disaster relief, military, politics, and The Texas Medical Center.

"Every nurse was drawn to nursing because of a desire to care, to serve, or to help."

- Christina Feist-Heilmeier, RN 

INSIGHTS ON:

Communicating efforts of local associations like:

District 9 Texas Nurses Association · Houston Nurses Association · Emergency Nurses Association · Texas Nurse Practitioners · Texas Association of Nurse Anesthetists · Philippine Nurses Association · Black Nurses Association of Greater Houston