One of two nominees in the category Documentary is 24|7|365: The Evolution of Emergency Medicine, WSBE/ONE Films/EMRA, Dave Thomas, Director; Ann Prum, Producer; Donald Stader, Executive Producer; Mark Brady, Executive Producer; Jim Isler, Editor; Andrew Young and Matthew Bradbury, Cinematographers. 24|7|365: The Evolution of Emergency Medicine chronicles the emergence of EMS and the specialty of Emergency Medicine, which became the 23rd recognized medical specialty only in 1979. The film is narrated by Anthony Edwards (Top Gun, ER) and features Brown University Warren Alpert School of Medicine professor and chair of Emergency Medicine Brian Zink, MD, as the historical consultant. The documentary’s executive producer is Mark Brady, MD, a 2009 graduate of the Brown Alpert School of Medicine.
Rhode Island PBS is pleased to present an encore broadcast of 24|7|365: The Evolution of Emergency Medicine on Monday, May 18 at 9 p.m. and Wednesday, May 20 at 2 p.m.
In the category of Historical / Cultural Program / Special, the nomination went to a cinematic short about the 1938 hurricane called One Day... The Story of a Storm, WSBE/Carla Ricci Films, Tim Labonte, Editor Carla Ricci, Director/Writer.
In the Writer Program category, honors go to Watch Hill: Portrait of a New England Seaside Village Weathervane Communications / Ocean State Video Betty-Jo Cugini, Writer.
Emmy ® winners will be announced at a ceremony in Boston later this month.
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updated May 15, 2015