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UPCOMING 2019 SCREENINGS

Not all screenings are open to the public. Contact us if you would like to attend a showing.

March 25 National Capital Healthcare Executives Washington, DC

Filmmakers to attend

March 26 Community Medical Center Fresno, CA

March 27 D’Youville College Buffalo, NY

Filmmakers to attend

March 27 Valley Medical Center Renton, WA

March 28 Tennessee Academy of Physician Assistants Gatlinburg, TN

April 5 Rochester Institute of Technology Rochester, NY

April 10 University of Southern Indiana Evansville, IN

April 10 Seton Medical Center Hays Kyle, TX

April 16 Eastside Meaningful Movies Bellevue, WA

April 22, 23, 24, 26 LSU Health Sciences Center New Orleans, LA

April 24, 25 University of Mobile Mobile, AL

April 24 Touro University of California Vallejo, CA

April 24 Laerdal SUN Meeting Uncasville, CT

May 1 Georgia Southern University Savannah, GA

May 4 American Association for Physician Leadership Washington, DC

May 4 University Hospitals HRO Summit Cleveland, OH

May 15 NHS Lothian Edinburgh, Scotland

May 30 QSEN Forum Cleveland, OH

June 18 University of Miami Coral Gables, FL

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PREVIOUS SCREENINGS

Mercy Health Leadership Summit – Grand Rapids, MI

Medical Care America (HCA Healthcare) – Dallas, TX

Penn State Health, Milton S. Hershey Medical Center – Hershey, PA

Kaiser Permanente Health Plan of Washington – Seattle, WA

Community Medical Center – Fresno, CA

Inova Alexandria Hospital – Alexandria, VA

Inova Loudon Hospital – Leesburg, VA

University of Washington/Foundation for Health Care Quality – Seattle, WA

Washington State Health Executive Forum – Spokane, WA

Dignity Health – San Francisco, CA

University of Maryland Upper Chesapeake Health – Bel Air, MD

Froedtert Health – Milwaukee, WI

Intermountain Healthcare, Dixie Regional Medical Center – St. George, UT

George Washington University Medicine – Washington, DC

Inova Fair Oaks Hospital – Fairfax, VA

Inova Mount Vernon Hospital – Alexandria, VA

South Florida Case Management Network – Hollywood, FL

Seattle Children’s Hospital – Seattle, WA

LifeSpan Health – Providence, RI

Metro Health – Cleveland, OH

Confluence Health – Wenatchee, WA

Tampa General Hospital – Tampa, FL

Barton Health – South Lake Tahoe, CA

Penn Medicine – Philadelphia, PA

Children’s Mercy Kansas City – Kansas City, KS

Children’s Hospital Colorado – Aurora, CO

Northwestern Memorial Hospital – Chicago, IL

Valley Medical Center – Renton, WA

University of Michigan – Ann Arbor, MI

University of Colorado Hospital – Aurora, CO

Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital – St. Petersburg, FL

British Columbia Institute of Technology – Burnaby, British Columbia

Medical College of Wisconsin – Milwaukee, WI

Mount Sinai Hospital – New York, NY

Vancouver General Hospital – Vancouver, Canada

UL + EMERGO + MassMedic – Waltham Woods, MA

Baptist College of Health Science w/ CAE Healthcare – Memphis, TN

Spectrum Health + Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital Grand Rapids, MI

The Commonwealth Fund New York, NY

HPSN World 2019 w/ CAE Healthcare Orlando, FL

VHA High Reliability Summit Orlando, FL

Monongahela Valley Hospital w/ CAE Healthcare – Monongahela, PA

Hartnell College Salinas, CA

Virginia Commonwealth University, Emswiller Interprofessional Symposium Glen Allen, VA

IMSH 2019 Conference San Antonio, TX

Gateway Technical College – Kenosha, WI

UT Health San Antonio School of Nursing and The Center for Medical Humanities & Ethics + The Louise H. Batz Patient Safety Foundation – San Antonio, TX

University of Texas Dell Medical School (Dept. of Women’s Health) + The Louise H. Batz Patient Safety Foundation Austin, TX

Official Release Party w/ Greater National Advocates Chicago, IL

Orlando Regional Medical Center – Orlando, FL

Queen’s University at Kingston Ontario, Canada

University of Adelaide Adelaide, Australia

St. Mary Medical Center Langhorne, PA

International Centre for Surgical Safety Toronto, Ontario

University of Delaware Newark, DE

Miami-Dade College w/ CAE Healthcare Miami, FL

Medical University of South Carolina w/ Verge Health Charleston, SC

ASPiH Conference w/ CAE Healthcare – Southport, United Kingdom

Mission Health System Asheville, NC

Sunnybrook Health Sciences Center Toronto, Canada

Northern Alberta Institute of Technology w/ CAE Healthcare Edmonton, Alberta

British Columbia Institute of Technology w/ CAE Healthcare Burnaby, British Columbia

Saskatchewan Polytechnic w/ CAE Healthcare Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

Dartmouth-Hitchcock Lebanon, NH

Robert Morris University Moon Township, PA

Health Action Council Minneapolis, MN

VergeCon Charleston, SC

Georgetown University Medicine Washington, DC

HPSN Arkansas SIMday Regional Fort Smith, AR

MATTER Health Chicago, IL

Intermountain Healthcare Salt Lake City, UT

Health Action Council Denver, CO

Laerdal SUN Conference Orlando, FL

Tuscarawas Valley Film Festival New Philadelphia, OH

Yale Law School New Haven, CT

Awareness Film Festival Los Angeles, CA

Grand Valley State University – Grand Rapids, MI

Tennessee Simulation Alliance & Laerdal Memphis, Nashville, and Knoxville, TN

Royal Brisbane & Women’s Hospital Queensland, Australia

CareMore Health Los Angeles, CA

Geisinger Health Scranton, PA

Health Action Council – Cleveland, OH

Cato Institute Washington, DC

St. Michael’s Hospital Toronto, Canada

Illinois International Film Festival Aurora, IL

University of California, Davis Sacramento, CA

University of MiamiCoral Gables, FL

Cleveland International Film Festival – Cleveland, OH – Tower City Cinemas

WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING ABOUT THE FILM

“We invest tens of billions to find cures for disease but barely a fraction of that to find cures for one of the world’s biggest killers — medical errors. This important documentary conveys just how big a mistake that is. It also shows how we can do better. For the problem isn’t bad clinicians. It’s the complexity that good clinicians have to deal with everyday.”

Atul Gawande (Surgeon, Writer, Public Health Researcher)

 

“On the cutting edge for making changes in our healthcare system.”

Donna Shalala (Former Secretary of Health and Human Services)

“To Err is Human, but our patients deserve better from the health care system. The message is gripping and the stories beautifully told. Watch and you will be compelled to act.”

Risa Lavizzo-Mourey (President Emerita, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation)

 

“This thoughtful, inspiring film casts a spotlight on the urgent need for the medical profession to become more transparent and communicative. To Err Is Human is a critical reminder that being a patient is itself a high-risk undertaking. In many cases individuals end up fighting powerful systems on their own, and more involvement with health-care frequently does not translate to better health. Too often it’s just the opposite.”

James Hamblin (Physician, Author, Senior Editor at The Atlantic)

“This movie is a powerful assessment of the state of medical error and patient safety in the US: the problem, the history, the solutions, and the haunting human impact. Its story of hope, fear, and possibility demonstrates unambiguously why we must place a high priority on the work of agencies like AHRQ that work to keep patients safe.”

Helen Haskell (Founder of Mothers Against Medical Error)