NRK Nord-Norges dokumentarserie "113" follows akuttberedskapen at the University hospital of North Norway (UNN). The series consists of ten episodes that show the everyday life of those who are first on site when sick and injured people need the help.
the Series has been a huge success since the premiere of the year. According to figures from the Radio analyseavdeling has a total of one million norwegians watched the first episode in a linear fashion, in the recording, replay or streamed the premiere. Episode two is on a day and a half set of a total of 713 000.Jan Harald has NRK in tow as the patient dies, Strict rules
Sunday sent NRK the season's second episode, and there was one witness to the very dramatic scenes. An elderly woman with severe blood poisoning died in the arms of her daughter and helikopterlege Jan Harald Nilsen.
As the Newspaper wrote yesterday is not such photos and access our daily fare on Norwegian tv. In "113" meetings also leukemisyke children, trafikkskadde and others in vulnerable and chaotic situations where they may be in shock, or so confused that they do not know where they are or what they should.
"the People involved in the series have given consent", writes NRK when the programs stops, but how do NRK consent on the site? And what kind of considerations lie behind the images one sees on tv?
- We show only those who have given so-called competent consent. In the episode where the older woman goes away has caregiver given consent, " says programme manager for programavdelingen to NRK Nord-Norge, Tone Lein, to Dagbladet.the ROCK: programme manager in NRK Nord-Norge, Tone Lein. Photo: Private Show more Grateful patients
- In the contract with the TREAT, we are not allowed to film before the patients have given consent. It will say that the health professional has asked if it is okay that NRK movies. In hindsight, we give all of them we have recorded access to view the material we use in the series. So that they can see how it looks on the screen, and then we get written consent, she continues.
Programsjefen tells us that they have been surprised by how many that actually was positive and gave consent, despite the difficult and intimate circumstances.
We ask all about why they want that what they went through to appear on tv. When the going especially a sentence again, and it is the explanation that they are so grateful for the treatment and help they have received, that they want the audience to see the job akuttpersonellet do. It says a lot, " says Lein.These people deserve all the tribute they can get - Have to be created in the North of Norway
- You show a woman who dies on the tv. Do you think there will be reactions?
- Without the permission of the relatives we had not shown this. Death is a part of life, and all experience losing someone we love. It is clear that there is strong, and there are many strong scenes throughout, but you must create this series without taking it that is difficult, then we would not have the mirror everyday to those working with this.
- Why have you made "113"?
" We wanted to show the apparatus which will be started when you press 113 on the phone, and when NRK to first create the series, so we believe that it should be created in Tromsø. Just because akuttberedskapen at the TREAT has a strong academic environment and have responsibility for the largest geographical area in the country, almost half of Norway.Want the new season
Lein choose to give much of the credit for the show's success to the tv-the photographers who captured the moments and the coherence at the TREAT.
- Ambulansearbeiderne which is very natural. It is thanks to our experienced photographers, who have been humble in the face of them they meet and "disappeared", so that people are themselves. They should have the credit for how good the "113" is been, " says Lein.
Season two is already in as, it is confirmed.
- Yes, we hope to create a season, " says Lein.Helikopterlegens most demanding redningsdrama Dagbladet Plus