Carolyn Jones: A tribute to nurses
Carolyn Jones: Sebuah penghargaan untuk perawat
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the names of our doctors,
yang merawat kita,
the names of our nurses.
perawat yang merawat kita.
beberapa tahun lalu
to get through the surgeries
of the treatment just fine.
apa yang terjadi.
every single hair on my body
that I was going to have.
to pretend anymore
everybody treating me with kid gloves,
me to get up out of that chair
bangkit dari kursi
to me like we were old friends.
when I'm on the verge of losing it?
saya akan segera kehilangannya?
of her shoulders she said,
the one thing I had overlooked,
yang saya lupakan,
my life would get back to normal.
hidup saya akan kembali normal.
when you're fighting cancer
saat melawan kanker
about how you're going to look.
membuat Anda khawatir,
going to treat you so carefully.
yang Anda khawatirkan.
for the first time in six months.
untuk pertama kalinya sejak enam bulan.
for apartments in New York City,
kota New York,
to the chemotherapy --
know just how to talk to me?
into the world of nurses.
ke dunia perawat.
I was asked to do a project
saya punya proyek
the work that nurses do.
across the country.
100 perawat di Amerika.
photographing and filming nurses
that would take us to places
Amerika yang akan membawa kami
public health issues facing our nation --
masyarakat terbesar di negara kita --
the largest concentration of patients
konsentrasi terbesar pasien
to nominate nurses
untuk menunjuk perawat
was Bridget Kumbella.
adalah Bridget Kumbella.
when he had fallen from the fourth floor
to be flat on your back
bagaimana rasanya terbaring telentang
of care that you need.
to go into the profession of nursing.
menekuni profesi perawat.
of patients that she cares for,
to understanding the impact
untuk mengerti dampak
when it comes to our health.
a bunch of feathers into the ICU.
from all different religions
berasal dari agama yang berbeda
of objects for comfort;
or a symbolic feather,
in the Appalachian mountains,
and a repair shop when he was growing up.
dan bengkel ketika dia kecil.
that he now serves as a nurse.
yang sekarang dia layani sebagai perawat.
to become a nurse,
jika menjadi perawat,
pulling him back to nursing.
dirinya ke perawat.
that an ambulance can't even get to.
dijangkau oleh ambulans.
he's standing in what used to be a road.
dulunya adalah jalan.
flooded that road,
membanjiri jalan itu,
for Jason to get to the patient
Jason untuk mengunjungi pasien
with black lung disease
penyakit paru-paru hitam
against the current up that creek.
sungai kecil itu.
we ripped the front fender off the car.
bemper depan mobil itu robek.
put the car on the lift,
to meet his next patient.
caring for this gentleman
the work of nursing really is.
bagaimana intimnya kerja perawat.
to life in San Diego yet.
kembali bekerja di San Diego.
of being a nurse in Germany
menjadi perawat di Jerman
coming right off the battlefield.
yang kembali dari medan perang.
the first person they would see
yang akan mereka lihat
their eyes in the hospital.
as they were lying there,
saat mereka terbaring di sana
I left my brothers out there."
Saya meninggalkan saudara saya di sana."
who's seen combat.
yang menyaksikan perang.
the veterans in his care.
menyembuhkan veteran dalam perawatannya.
in Wisconsin called Villa Loretto.
di Wisconsin, namanya Villa Loretto.
can be found under her roof.
ditemukan di sana.
di sebuah peternakan
to adopt local farm animals,
mengadopsi hewan ternak setempat,
those animals have babies.
those baby ducks, goats and lambs
anak-anak bebek, kambing, dan domba
for the residents at Villa Loretto
bagi penghuni Villa Loretto
remember their own name,
nama mereka sendiri,
in the holding of a baby lamb.
saat mendekap anak domba.
from Villa Loretto
yang sedang sekarat
someone you love them completely
seseorang secara penuh
berlangsung di Villa Loretto
at any other place in my life.
pernah saya lihat dalam kehidupan saya.
when it comes to our health care.
terkait dengan pelayanan kesehatan kita.
of the need for quality of life,
akan kualitas hidup,
technologies are created,
penyelamat jiwa dibuat,
complicated decisions to make.
and the dying process.
dan proses kematian.
to navigate these waters?
mengarahkan arus ini?
all the help we can get.
relationship with us
yang unik dengan kita
kena serangan jantung
her world without him in it.
kehidupannya tanpa ayah saya.
fighting for her own life.
of the care of nurses --
para perawat --
stayed by her side
to make the right decisions
keputusan yang benar
upon the guidance of nurses.
bimbingan dari perawat.
in terms of how to care for my mom
menyangkut perawatan ibu saya
and relief from pain.
to put a pretty nightgown on my mom,
gaun malam untuk ibu kami,
just in time for my mom's last breath.
menghembuskan napas terakhir.
how long to leave me in the room
berkabung di ruangan
mengetahui hal-hal ini,
ABOUT THE SPEAKERCarolyn Jones - Photographic ethnographer
Carolyn Jones creates projects that point our attention towards issues of global concern.
Why you should listen
Best known for her socially proactive photographs and documentary films, Carolyn Jones creates projects that point our attention towards issues of global concern. From people "living positively" with AIDS to women artisans supporting entire communities and nurses on the front lines of our health care system, Carolyn Jones has devoted her career to celebrating invisible populations and breaking down barriers.
Jones has spent the past five years interviewing more than 150 nurses from every corner of the US in an effort to better understand the role of nurses in this country's healthcare system. She published the critically-acclaimed book The American Nurse: Photographs and Interviews by Carolyn Jones, for which she was interviewed on PBS NewsHour and featured in the New York Times, the Washington Post and USA Today. She directed and executive-produced the follow-up documentary film The American Nurse: Healing America, which was released in theaters nationwide and was an official selection of the 2015 American Film Showcase, a cultural diplomacy program of the US Department of State.
Jones has spent her career focused on telling personal stories, and her first introduction to nursing was through a very personal experience of her own, when it was a nurse who helped her get through breast cancer. That experience stuck with her, so when she started working on the American Nurse Project in 2011, she was determined to paint a rich and dynamic portrait of the profession. The goal was to cover as much territory as possible, with the hope that along the way she would capture stories touching on the kinds of issues that nurses are dealing with in every corner of the country. The project explores the American experiences of health care, poverty, childbirth, war, imprisonment and the end of life through the lens of nursing.
Prior to The American Nurse, her most widely acclaimed book, Living Proof: Courage in the Face of AIDS, was published by Abbeville Press and was accompanied by shows in Tokyo, Berlin, the USA, and at the United Nations World AIDS Conference. In addition to her multiple exhibitions, book and magazine publications, Jones has collaborated on projects with Oxygen Media, PBS and the Girl Scouts of the USA. She founded the non-profit 100 People Foundation for which she travels the world telling stories that celebrate our global neighbors. As a lecturer, Jones has spoken at conferences, universities and events around the globe. In 2012 she was honored as one of 50 "Everyday Heroes" in the book of that title for her work with the 100 People Foundation.
Jones' career was punctuated by two brushes with death: first, running out of gas in the Sahara as a racecar driver, and second, a breast cancer diagnosis. Her newest project, the forthcoming documentary Defining Hope, is the culmination of a journey investigating how we can make better end-of-life choices.
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