1. Reducing violence and aggression in A&E webinar: Design solutions

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    The Design Council's Chris Howroyd and Tom Lloyd from the 'Reducing violence and aggression in A&E' design team discuss the creative outputs from the 'Reducing violence and aggression in A&E by design' project. http://www.designcouncil.org.uk/AEtoolkit/Why-design/Design-solutions/ A year-long project run by the Design Council and commissioned by the Department of Health asked designers to design new systems and services that could help make the experience of visiting A&E less stressful and frustrating. The estimated cost of violence and aggression to the NHS exceeds £69m annually, but this figure does not tell the whole story. Violent and aggressive behaviour affects staff, patients and other service users in a number of different ways. Designers working with psychologists and healthcare experts have studied patient behaviour and interactions with staff to discover insights on what triggers violence and aggression in A&E and they have developed solutions that provide patients with a better understanding of the system they are in. Read a transcript of this film http://www.designcouncil.org.uk/AEtoolkit/Webinars/Design-solutions/

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    • 2BlackGeeks - Bates Motel First Impressions

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      Yes yes yes yes yes yes yes and yes! This is basically me (Elaine) going on and on and on for 60 minutes about my LOVE for Bates Motel, my theories about Norman and his mother (80% him and 20% her). This is actually a really epic first impressions show. Laurence just lets me do what I do best which is lecture like a lunatic. Topics include my understanding/analysis of Norma Bates, how the single mother/child relationship can become overly co-dependent and open to instances of shared psychosis, and how people need to come at Bates Motel with NO INFLUENCE from the classic film it's based on. Vera is phenomenal actress who is bringing to life a truly complicated character. American Horror Story proved that you could do horror with CLASS and HIGH ARTISTIC value beyond measure ... Bates Motel you have no excuses. I also love the direction the writers are taking the show. PLEASE don't fuck it up! Bates Motel should be like the new Who's Afraid Of Virginia Woolf.

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      • Love Thy Neighbor Without Stopping

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        Message by Speech Thomas at the 2009 A&E conference in Atlanta, Georgia, September 20th 2009

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        • May 16, 2013 Broadcast

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          Hoarders TV show, A&E, real estate staging, organizing, Spina Bifida, Gabby's Gift

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          • Our Generation - Sister Kate O'Hanlon

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            When Kate O'Hanlon started work at the Royal Victoria Hospital in Belfast, the people brought in to the A&E were victims of road traffic accidents and Saturday night scuffles. So when the telephone rang on 26th June 1966 with the news that there had been a shooting in Malvern Street, no one in the department could believe it. Soon such incidents would become daily occurrences and Sister Kate went on to spend sixteen years as sister in charge of A & E, working through many of the darkest days of the Troubles. This is her fascinating and extraordinary story of nursing on the front line.

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            • Our Generation: In conversation with Kate O'Hanlon

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              The eldest of five children, Kate O Hanlon was born in the Markets area of Belfast in 1930. Her father worked in the Market, “That was a fruit market, where the Waterfront is today, that was all fish markets and the back of it, farmers markets.” Kate was a young girl when WW2 broke out. During the Blitz her family moved to north Belfast on the Antrim Road, “It’s only when you read about the Blitz that you realise how bad it was in Belfast. I remember being under the table and then the coal shed. We were evacuated, we went first to Mummy’s relatives and then we went to Omeath. The hundreds that where killed, we weren’t conscious of that, until I read about it and confirmed it all, it amazed me how many people were killed.” Kate joined the Legion of Mary and ran a youth club and netball team and then started doing first aid at the Order of Malta. Becoming a nurse wasn’t necessarily what she was planning on next but that’s exactly the direction she was headed in. “To say I wanted to be a nurse, I don’t know really and truly, I kind of drifted into it when I was 27.” Before she could work in the hospital she had to complete three months training. “You were taught how to make beds, taught psychology, you went into the hospital maybe a day a week. I do remember, we were sitting down and Matron came in and said, where are my catholic nurses, and there were two of us and we thought this was a great welcome, but afterwards we realised it was so that everybody would know who the catholic nurses were. But having said that, it didn’t make any difference because we made great friends and still have great friends from that time.” Kate found she had a natural ability for nursing and helping people. After training she worked in the Royal Victoria Hospital. The night of June 26th 1966 events were beginning to change for the worse. “I was in casualty in the Royal on night duty in 1966. That was the night of the Malvern Street shootings when Peter Ward was shot. I was in charge of casualty that night.” “The old casualty was on the Grosvenor Road and we saw a lot of patients there, the numbers were quite high, and then we moved to the new department, the new building was opened on April 1969. The Troubles started in August 1969.” “Treating a gunshot wound and someone from a road traffic accident, there’s not a lot of difference. You just have to put up drips and give them pain killers, make sure there’s oxygen, make sure everything's all right before they go into theatre. The difference is after that. The way they are going to operate, the way intensive care looks after them, especially in explosions which could damage the lungs a lot. We had experience of road traffic accidents but what we didn’t have experience with was the relatives. Mrs Ward came down with her son, her other son and we had to tell her that Peter had been shot dead, well in Belfast that was unheard of. For years afterwards when someone goes out in the morning to work and they are shot dead going to work or maybe there is an explosion, the relatives come in and you’ve got to tell them, you never get used to that.” “If you are in charge and there’s panic you have to stay calm, you can’t get involved with one patient, if you have a few patients in because of an explosion and you start looking after one, you don’t know what’s going on around the department, you keep walking around, you keep checking up on everything, you make sure everybody’s been seen.” “One day somebody came in shot and we had the man who shot him in, but it doesn’t matter because once they come through the door they are a patient. I’ve always said that. All we want to know is what really happened in relation to the injuries. We are not interested in the politics.” Kate remembers one such event, which involved a relative of a member of staff. “You were always afraid to go out to the ambulance or people coming in, that you would know them. On the day of the Abercorn bombing, the daughter of one of our consultant anaesthetists went downtown with a friend and was killed. He didn’t know, he was working in theatre all that day.” The wounds caused by such atrocities during the Troubles needed new procedures in healing wounds. “One was the titanium plate, that was used to protect the brain, it was invented in the Royal and is still used today.” All these experiences led Kate to write a book Nursing through the Troubles detailing her experiences as a nurse. “When I retired people started saying to me, you should write about your experiences, this was to be my voice, I didn’t want politics in it, I wanted it to just be from the hospital’s point of view. ”

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              • StopThePain804

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                StopThePain804 is a documentary that was born out of need. TV Producer Craig Santy, and Police Chief John Venuti of VCU worked together on a crime reality series for A&E called Crime 360. Santy produced the series, and Venuti and his team worked the cases, all homicides. The two decided something needed to be done about the violence that was tearing the city apart from within. The StopThePain804 documentary took a major step towards changing the way people, especially young people view violence. "If we can change the way people think about violence, we can change their behavior" said Chief Venuti. The StopThePain804 film ignited a full-scale anti-violence movement within the City of Richmond, supported by the Chief of Police, the Mayor and dozens of public and private organizations. The film was shown in public schools, juvenile justice programs and at community groups and churches- an unprecedented move, in order to reach as many at-risk individuals as possible with this important message. StopThePain804 encourages everyone to be a part of the solution. Together we can StopThePain.

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                • eSkwela-LH learner FGD (July 2010)

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                  An informative FGD session with some of the learners of Ms. Angelyn Malabanan of eSkwela-Loyola Heights (Quezon City).

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                  • REIS DA RUA_2ªTEMP_EP12_ÉLCIO

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                    Músico virtuoso, tem uma banda de música celta, sempre comparada aos Mamonas Assassinas. facebook.com/reisdarua twitter.com/reisdarua_tv twitter.com/leandrohbl _Direção Geral: Leandro HBL _Produtores: Leandro HBL e Renato Barreiros _Produtor Executivo: Lula Leite Franco _Co-Direção: Fernando Moares _Direção de Fotografia: Fernando Moraes e Leandro HBL _Câmera adicional: João Monteiro _Direção de Arte: Cristiano Trindade (GOTA.CX) _Colorização: Bando Studio _Coordenação Geral: Fernando Moraes _Pesquisa: Leandro HBL e Renato Barreiros _Gerente de Projeto: Ana Ligia Carlos _Direção de Producão: João Monteiro _Assistente de produção: Victor Barbeiro, Bernardo Ballion _Edição e Roteiros: Talles Martins, Fernanda Leite, Lucas Camargo, Leandro HBL e Fernando Moraes _Assistente de Edição: Lucas Rangel _Captação de som: Lucas Rangel _Edição de Som e Mixagem: Lucas Rangel, Fernando Moraes e Gianni Dias _Trilha Sonora de Abertura: Neutra Produtora de Som _Trilha Sonora do Teaser: Neutra Produtora de Som e Cocão _Música tema do Teaser: Cocão _Produção: Mosquito Project e Bando Studio

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                    • REIS DA RUA_2ªTEMP_EP18_TODDY_IVON

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                      Cineasta nascido no interior de São Paulo. Mais tarde veio morar na periferia da zona sul da capital onde se ligou ao movimento rap produzindo dezenas de vídeo clipes para os principais artistas do hip hop nacional. facebook.com/reisdarua twitter.com/reisdarua_tv twitter.com/leandrohbl _Direção Geral: Leandro HBL _Produtores: Leandro HBL e Renato Barreiros _Produtor Executivo: Lula Leite Franco _Co-Direção: Fernando Moares _Direção de Fotografia: Fernando Moraes e Leandro HBL _Câmera adicional: João Monteiro _Direção de Arte: Cristiano Trindade (GOTA.CX) _Colorização: Bando Studio _Coordenação Geral: Fernando Moraes _Pesquisa: Leandro HBL e Renato Barreiros _Gerente de Projeto: Ana Ligia Carlos _Direção de Producão: João Monteiro _Assistente de produção: Victor Barbeiro, Bernardo Ballion _Edição e Roteiros: Talles Martins, Fernanda Leite, Lucas Camargo, Leandro HBL e Fernando Moraes _Assistente de Edição: Lucas Rangel _Captação de som: Lucas Rangel _Edição de Som e Mixagem: Lucas Rangel, Fernando Moraes e Gianni Dias _Trilha Sonora de Abertura: Neutra Produtora de Som _Trilha Sonora do Teaser: Neutra Produtora de Som e Cocão _Música tema do Teaser: Cocão _Produção: Mosquito Project e Bando Studio

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