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  • A Chance to Grow - a one-hour documentary directed by neonatal nurse Claire Marie Panke, follows three families though their experiences in the NICU and shown on Discovery Health in 2000

  • An American Nurse At War (1997) - The story of Red Cross nurse Marion McCune Rice of Brattleboro, Vt. who spent four years in France.

  • “Life in the ER” By Chris Alvarez, NurseZone Contributor - When Carrie Coscarella, RN, became an emergency room nurse, she never dreamed she’d end up on television. Thanks to cable TV’s Learning Channel, she did just that, as part of Trauma—Life in the ER. NurseZone.

  • Bristol Nurses In Fly-On-The-Wall Documentary - …the continuing story of nurses, their colleagues & patients in the North Bristol NHS Trust

  • North Carolina Nurses: A Century of Caring - UNC-TV Documentary Celebrates 100 Years of Nursing. North Carolina Nurses: A Century of Caring explores the vital roles of the NCNA and the N.C. Board of Nursing in standardizing nursing education, expanding nursing practice, and dealing with critical nursing shortages like that facing the state and nation today.

  • Nurse TV - By Clare Kermond. November 13, 2003. Nicholas Bird is bubbling over with enthusiasm. The Melbourne filmmaker's mission is to show the world all the wonderful and varied things that nurses do; if he could, he'd probably pop around to everyone's house to talk about it in person

  • Nurses - was filmed by four nurses and their friends at The Alfred hospital in Melbourne to capture the real life drama of nursing from a very different perspective....their own.

  • Reel gem - Nurse filmmaker chronicles the history of all-African-American hospital. By Cathryn Domrose February 26, 2001.The legendary Ida B. Northcross, formerly chief of surgical nursing services at Homer G. Phillips Hospital for Colored, appears in the film "A Jewel in History: The Story of Homer G. Phillips Hospital for Colored." NurseWeek.

  • The Crile Archives Current Project - "HEALING OTHERS: HEALING OURSELVES", a video history of the African American Nurse.

  • TV Documentary Explores Nursing - Discovery Health Channel to show 5-part series filmed at Hopkins By Greg Rienzi. The Gazette

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