Module 5

My name is Sheila Redding, I am a 33 year old Clinical Research Coordinator interviewing my co worker, Halina. She is 66 and is a Research Nurse planning to retire this year. We discussed happy moments in her life and...

Just a tiny thing at the right time can make a big impression

John from Herndon shares 2 stories of fleeting kindness from 60 and 20 years ago, that made a big impression, and have remained in his memory. This conversation was a part of the “All Together Now: Share Your Stories” program...

Andy Paulson, Leeah Schilling, and Sebastian Ostrovsky

Andy Paulson (51), Leeah Schilling (31) and Sebastian Ostrovsky (31), nursing colleagues on the Cardiovascular Intermediate Care Unit at OHSU, reflect on nursing, and what they appreciate most about working together.

Katie Hatfield, Natalia Calonzo, and Kim Entwistle

Katie Hatfield, Natalia Calonzo, and Kim Entwistle talked about what led them to becomes nurses and what drew them to Providence. They also shared some of the most memorable stories of their nursing careers and what advice they had for...

What it is like being a new Nurse

A new nurse in the real world. Please not that after 22 minutes, it is just silence because the mic was still on. The interview was only 22 minutes so you do not need to listen beyond that point.

Roshni/Jason’s Living History Project

I interviewed my mother about her immigration story but was not limited to her immigration story. Questions would include her life in India both before and after immigration. Her family life, her perspective, and personal story. My ultimate goal was...