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Overview: Using video

Video can convey a powerful message to audiences. Often watching a person talk about his or her own injury experience delivers a more profound message because it combines visual, audio, and emotional elements. Show and discuss it at staff meetings. The program lends itself to organizational intranet sites as well as informational kiosks in your facility.

Campaign video: Needlestick Injuries – A Nurse's Story

This 9-minute video features an interview with nurse Diane Mawyer. Diane's life was forever changed by a sharps injury that infected her with hepatitis C.


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