Nurses stand on the sacred grounds of their ancestors. Their foundation is built on the art and science of nursing care, in patient centered healing environments through professional practice, leadership and alliance with their colleagues. This month we raise visibility of the critical work nurses do and foster greater understanding of the diversity of nursing profession by showing films to honor nurses who inspire us, show the special issues that African American Nurses face and films depicting nurses engaging with our community of patients. Please view these awe-inspiring films to celebrate National Nurses Month.
The historical Mary Seacole attempts to join Florence Nightingale in the crusade to save lives during The Crimean War of the 1800’s. Nurse Seacole reveals themes of wellbeing, love, and independence. Our award-winning nurse fights to overcome racism as she struggles to be seen as an equal in the eyes of society.
A perfect mother wife, a burned out registered nurse becomes addicted to opiates.
Monica Wilson is a young female veteran who is struggling with accepting the fact that she is suffering from the silent scars of post-traumatic stress disorder after returning home from the war in Iraq. As a result of her unwillingness to accept her scars of combat, she self medicates with alcohol. As she struggles to […]