How the Corona Virus effects Pablo Marcelo’s life (Nurse)

Pablo Marcelo speaks to his daughter on how the Corona Virus Pandemic has personally effected his life. He talks about how his world has changed negatively in his work and personal life. A positive outcome in this pandemic for him...

Erin Hernandez and her mother Lhorlee Hernandez talks about immigrating to the United States for the first time.

Conducted on December 2019 at Plano, Texas, this interview between Erin Hernandez (16) and her mom Lhorlee Hernandez (39) talks about the experiences and hardships in immigrating to the land of the United States. Mrs. Hernandez details her journey on...

Janice Tuck

My grandmother, Janice Tuck, grew up in Massachusetts. Her family came over as servants on the mayflower to the United States, and eventually settled in Novascotia. My grandmother worked as a nurse her whole life attending Boston University and graduating...

Questions I wanted to ask my Granny on her 93rd Birthday

Today is my Granny's 93rd Birthday. I wanted to ask her some questions about her childhood, service as a nurse in WWII, and her life overall before it is too late to ask.

Mary Eileen Ward and her grandmother Mary Morgan talk about the different stages of Mary’s life.

In this interview, conducted in November 2017 in Evergreen Park, Illinois, Mary Eileen Ward (16) interviews her grandmother Mary Morgan (83) about her life, from childhood to present day. Mary Morgan talks about childhood traditions, where she met her husband,...

Getting Personal

Today I sat down with my mom and talked to her about her childhood and how important family really is to her.

A Nurse’s Mind in Quarantine

In this interview, I have the chance to talk to Nena, a nurse who shares her insight of how the COVID-19 pandemic in WV effects her place of work and herself.

My Grandma, Dori Frederick

On thanksgiving-eve, my grandma and I️ had time for this special interview and I’m very thankful that we did this.

Interview with Older Sister

For this interview, I questioned my oldest sister. I asked her multiple questions about her childhood and adult life which she gave insight on.

Interview with Grandmother
November 29, 2017 App Interview

Barbara Watson was born in 1952 in Kansas and moved to Alabama. Her father served in The Korean War and was a computer programmer after that. Her mother was a nurse. She moved to Washington in the late 1950s and...

A Conversation About COVID-19 Over a Dirt Bike Repair (reuploaded)

Alyanna Tam (18) talks with her father, Albert Tam (48), about his past and present stories revolving around his occupation as a nurse while repairing a dirt bike together.

Glenda Miller and Olivia West

Olivia West talks with fellow church member Glenda Miller about her life as a Missionary Nurse in Brazil, people who have inspired her, and how she came to know Christ.

Roberta Dorow

Roberta Dorow worked the night shift as a step down cardiac nurse while also managing five children of her own. She has lived in places all around the world, and she tells people to make sure they keep smiling.

I would have to go with you to your parents to come and visit and do a couple stuff

Kelsita sits down with Princess Diana in an unventilated space within an art gallery to explore memory, prompted by preselected discussion questions.

Social Media to Promote Nursing Health
February 18, 2020 App Interview

As critical care nurses and social media advocates for nurse wellness, Anna Rodriguez and Christiaan Letsinger understand how easy it is for nurses to burn out when they’re putting their patients before themselves. In this conversation, Anna and Christiaan discuss...

Moments with my mother

I talk to my mom about her life and becoming a nurse while being a single mother of 4.

PLP English II Narrative: Becoming a Certified Nurse

Becoming a nurse requires endurance and strength, the interviewee describes their challenges and goals through their personal experience.

Interviewing Mom

I interviewed my mom and I found more wonderful things about her

From battling addiction to trying to be the best mom, I’m really proud I didn’t give up.

Oyuny Bahena speaks with nurse Regina Vittore about her journey -- from battling heroin addiction and homelessness while pregnant to becoming the strong mom she is today. She credits her Nurse-Family Partnership nurses that stuck with her and guided her...