Did you catch the premier of Heartland last night? If so, here is your chance to provide feedback on your thoughts of the new show.
I highly enjoyed it! The characters showed so much compassion for their work, the recipients, and the donors. This mirrors my personal experience as my transplant surgeon and transplant team are very passionate, caring, and kind people.
I believe the show did a good job of introducing some important facts in the script of the show. For example, at the very beginning when Kate was speaking with the mother of a teenage boy about organ donation, the mother asked “Will you pay for the funeral?” Kate responded, “That’s not how it works?” Speaking of this scene, what are your thoughts about the dialog between the Kate, the organ-recovery coordinator, and the mother?
How about the character of the husband who consented to his wife being an organ donor? How he was in such grief and seeking comfort in knowing that something good came out of his wife’s death.
Do you have any concerns about any wrong perceptions of organ donation being left with the viewers? If so, what are they?
Share your thoughts with us!