by Slava Nemes
You cannot swim for new horizons until you have courage to lose sight of the shore – William Faulkner
To understand and grasp the future we need to acknowledge the past. Our existence will always be in the moment. The moment is all we have. Art has the ability to shape our future and resembles our collective memory. A reminder of who we are where time does not exist. The night is darkest just before dawn is a known saying. We have been through a long time of suffering and an endless night where we could not see the sunrise or the horizon. Until now. A new time is ahead of us. The morning sun is kissing us from the horizon giving us hope and faith to keep fighting. To keep protecting ourselves and our fellow humans.
We want to sprinkle your horizon with the colors of the rainbow and let you discover the sun breaking through.
We evoke change through groundbreaking art and bold conceptual content. Be brave. Be seen. Stand out. Use art.
The power of art
The power of the greatest art is the power to shake us into revelation and rip us from our default mode of seeing. After an encounter with that force, we don’t look at a face, a colour, a sky, a body, in quite the same way again. We get fitted with a new sight: in-sight. Visions of beauty or a rush of intense pleasure are part of that process, but so too may be shock, pain, desire, pity, even revulsion. That kind of art seems to have rewired our senses. We apprehend the world differently.
– Simon Schama
Music: “Over The Mountain (Horizon Remix)”
by André Lund
Smittevern-/ hygienesykepleiere – beskrivelse til Horizon
Infection Control Nurses (ICN) have a central role in designing and maintaining Infection Control Programs. ICNs work includes teaching, guidance and counselling in areas like:
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ICNs in Norway is actively involved in infection prevention issues and practice to support improvements in nursing practice, patient outcomes and working environment.
NSFs faggruppe for e-helse
Nurses with an interest in e-health have the professional expertise, commitment, and curiosity towards working with digitization. “E-health Nurses” are tasked with the important work of closing the gap between clinical work and technology.
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MIGRATION, HEALTH AND TRANSCULTURAL NURSING
Nurses with competencies in migration, health and transcultural nursing have a specialized knowledge of how being a migrant can affect peoples’ health and access to health care.
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Inequities in health and equitable health care are key terms. Nurses with this expertise have an in depth understanding of how social, economic and environmental factors both premigration, during migration and postmigration can influence migrants’ health condition causing disease and ill health. In addition, they fully know the importance of adapting their communication, treatment and care to meet the need of the individual migrant and their families. They are using their professional voice and advocate for the health rights of all migrants regardless of legal status and for the importance of health promotion and disease prevention targeting migrant groups. They are important teachers, tutors and scholars at the universities advancing the field of migration health and transcultural nursing and they influence policy development and decision-making from positions within the health authorities.
PUBLIC HEALTH NURSE
“Public health nurses are authorised nurses with further education and/or a master’s degree in health promotion and prevention, specifically aimed at children and adolescents 0-24 years and their families.
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“My name is Petter Tran and I am an indie videographer with a passion for urban culture.
I have always wanted to be able to express myself and have a voice in a team with an artist I look up to. I am happy to be able to help visualize Slava’s thoughts in this project, and further tell the vision in our way.”
– Petter Tran
“The music piece “Over the Mountain” is the sound of relief and joy after a difficult journey.”
– André Lund