Study Guide Videos – Full Version

As filmmakers, we set out to make a documentary that we hoped would not only entertain audiences, but also jump-start critical conversations. To that end, we understood that Defining Hope would be a more valuable tool for educators if broken up into chapters or vignettes. We are pleased to be able to offer video scenes** from Defining Hope below, with accompanying discussion guides. This educational material has been thoughtfully created by the American Nurses Foundation and D. Mager, DNP, RN-BC, Associate Professor of Nursing, Fairfield University, for the American Nurses Foundation, with funding from the 
Rita and Alex Hillman Foundation.

**Please note that these video vignettes are intended for face-to-face classroom use to accompany the PDF written discussion guides. To view the full Defining Hope film, classroom and community screening licenses, public performance rights, and digital site licenses are available through Kino Lorber.

Knowing It's the Right Thing (6:00)

Remember this Song? (6:10)

A Little Bit Makes the Biggest Difference (6:10)

I'm Going Home (3:13)

Hospice is Hard to Accept (7:39)

I Signed the Papers (6:28)

Sympathy Versus Empathy (4:05)

I'd Rather Be Running (5:37)

It's Not Always About Death, It's About Living Life to the Fullest (1:54)

Is It Worth It? I Don't Know... (10:25)

I Said "Yes" Because I Want to Live (3:08)

Quality VS Quantity (4:27)

Every Day is a Special Day (6:54)

Walden University is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. The planners, presenters and authors have disclosed no financial interests or receive any in-kind materials or funding that could influence the planning or presentation of this material. Expiration Date: 05/15/2020.