"Not For Ourselves, But For Others", a video documentary highlighting the National Student Nurses Association's fifty-year journey from a revolutionary idea to a powerful association, has won three major media awards this spring. The video is based on the historical research of the Executive Producer, Dr. Diane J. Mancino.
The video received a score of 85 out of 100 in the 2003 Aegis Awards, and was recognized as a Winner in the Documentary category. It captured the Bronze award in the "Film and Video Production - Biographical" category in this year's WorldFest Houston International Film Festival. And finally, the video won a Bronze award in the 2003 HeSCA (Health Sciences Communications Association) Media Festival.
Diane J. Mancino, EdD, RN, CAE, is Executive Director of the National Student Nurses' Association. "Not for Ourselves, But for Others", is based on Dr. Mancino's doctoral research, The Role of the National Student Nurses Association in Addressing Social and Political Issues that Contributed to Student Unrest from 1960-1975, and her book entitled, "50 Years of the National Student Nurses' Association".