We AdVANCE - A Documentary Film on Patient Safety

  1. Manitoba Institute for Patient Safety and Prairie Mountain Health present:

    We AdVANCE - A Documentary Film on Patient Safety

    CLOSED CAPTIONS AVAILABLE in FRENCH, ENGLISH and PORTUGUESE. (Press the CC button to select the language of the subtitle)

    SOUS-TITRES DISPONIBLE en FRANÇAIS, ANGLAIS et PORTUGAIS. (Appuyez sur le bouton CC pour sélectionner la langue des sous-titres)

    LEGENDAS DISPONÍVEIS em PORTUGUÊS, FRANCÊS e INGLÊS (Aperte o botão CC para selecionar a língua da legenda)

    AWARDS:

    Official selection: Global Health Film Festival, London (31 October 2015):

    rsm.ac.uk/events/events-listing/2015-2016/groups/global-health/ghg01-global-health-film-festival.aspx

    Official selection: AWARENESS FILM FESTIVAL 2015

    awarenessfilmfestival2015.sched.org/event/5fea81fccf93cbaf1730e0ee201136d6#.VfITvPRREUo

    Donna Davis knew something was not right, but no one would listen to her. Donna is a nurse and ambulance attendant whose career has spanned almost forty years. She comes from the town of Carievale, Saskatchewan, and she is married with four children. On November 21, 2012, we listened to Donna’s heart wrenching account of the terrible suffering she and her family endured.

    mbips.ca/assets/public-forum-nov-21-12-in-brandon-release-final.pdf

    What can we learn from Donna’s experience? How can we ensure that patients and families are at the centre of health care?

    Watch: We AdVANCE - A Documentary Film on Patient Safety

    vimeo.com/weadvance/documentaryfilm

    Reviews:

    Dear Dr. Tavares

    My professional and personal experience with patient safety allows me to see clearly what it really takes to transform our patient safety culture into a culture of which we can be proud.

    Three observations:

    Context is everything - while the capacity to change exists in every individual and every organization it must align with the organizational history, sense of urgency, readiness for change, culture, and degrees of leadership commitment.

    Denial is our greatest threat – there is a gap between the patient safety outcomes we see on paper and what patients and providers experience. Silence, unawareness, indifference, and complacency are the greatest enemies of improvement.

    It is all about relationships – honest and open relationships between all involved in care, providers, patients and families, together with a culture that supports healthy interactions and is rooted in true values are the sources to achieve excellence.

    I commend you and your team in developing We AdVANCE. To me this DVD demonstrates all three mentioned above. This is a legacy not only to Vance and his family, it is also a legacy to all of our members of Patients for Patient Safety Canada.

    Yours in patient safety,

    Hugh

    Hugh MacLeod
    Chief Executive Officer
    Canadian Patient Safety Institute
    patientsafetyinstitute.ca

    Dr. Alexandre Tavares has created a powerful video document entitled We AdVANCE that is a prescription for saving lives. His patient-as-trained-pilot metaphor conveys Dr. Tavares' belief in the power of patient- and parent-centered care. His desire to improve outcomes is grounded in research and fueled by his passion for excellence. Donna's story is a powerful, well-stated emotional appeal for change. Dr. Tavares’ On-Board model presented in We AdVANCE will create a seismic shift in the way professionals and patients think about patient self-advocacy that should have a significant positive impact on patient care. It's hard to imagine a health care professional not engaging in self-reflection after viewing this compelling video.

    Jerome Schultz, Ph.D.
Clinical Neuropsychologist
Lecturer on Psychology, Department of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School

    jeromeschultz.com
    Author: "Nowhere to Hide: Why Kids with ADHD and LD Hate School, And What We Can Do About It"

    WATCH MORE:

    We AdVANCE - A Documentary Film on Patient Safety

    We AdVANCE – A Documentary Film on Patient Safety – Film Script:

    drtavares.wordpress.com/2014/12/28/we-advance-film-script/

    TO LEARN MORE ABOUT PATIENT SAFETY, PLEASE VISIT::

    Manitoba Institute for Patient Safety - website:

    mips.ca

    Canadian Patient Safety Institute - website:

    patientsafetyinstitute.ca

    Dr. Tavares created the On Board Model inspired on what he learned in the books and training from Dale Carnegie / Dale Carnegie Programs, books from Harvard Negotiation Project, books on motivational interviewing and from books and training on cognitive behavioral therapy.

    # vimeo.com/89313675 Uploaded
  2. Nós Avançamos - Um documentário sobre a Segurança do Paciente
    (We AdVANCE - A Documentary Film on Patient Safety).

    Para assistir We AdVANCE com legendas em Português Europeu, clique vimeo.com/89313675 , aperte o botão CC e escolha "Português (Portugal)".

    Para assistir We AdVANCE com legendas em Inglês, clique vimeo.com/89313675 , aperte o botão CC e escolha "English".

    Textos e vídeos relacionados (related articles and videos):

    drtavares.wordpress.com/2016/08/05/we-advance-portuguese/

    Nós Avançamos (We AdVANCE) – Um Documentário sobre a Segurança do Paciente – Guião:

    drtavares.wordpress.com/2015/05/22/guiao-we-advance/

    AWARDS:

    Official selection: Global Health Film Festival, London (31 October 2015):

    rsm.ac.uk/events/events-listing/2015-2016/groups/global-health/ghg01-global-health-film-festival.aspx

    Official selection: AWARENESS FILM FESTIVAL 2015

    awarenessfilmfestival2015.sched.org/event/5fea81fccf93cbaf1730e0ee201136d6#.VfITvPRREUo

    Reviews:

    Dear Dr. Tavares

    My professional and personal experience with patient safety allows me to see clearly what it really takes to transform our patient safety culture into a culture of which we can be proud.

    Three observations:

    Context is everything - while the capacity to change exists in every individual and every organization it must align with the organizational history, sense of urgency, readiness for change, culture, and degrees of leadership commitment.

    Denial is our greatest threat – there is a gap between the patient safety outcomes we see on paper and what patients and providers experience. Silence, unawareness, indifference, and complacency are the greatest enemies of improvement.

    It is all about relationships – honest and open relationships between all involved in care, providers, patients and families, together with a culture that supports healthy interactions and is rooted in true values are the sources to achieve excellence.

    I commend you and your team in developing We AdVANCE. To me this DVD demonstrates all three mentioned above. This is a legacy not only to Vance and his family, it is also a legacy to all of our members of Patients for Patient Safety Canada.

    Yours in patient safety,

    Hugh

    Hugh MacLeod
    Chief Executive Officer
    Canadian Patient Safety Institute
    patientsafetyinstitute.ca

    Dr. Alexandre Tavares has created a powerful video document entitled We AdVANCE that is a prescription for saving lives. His patient-as-trained-pilot metaphor conveys Dr. Tavares' belief in the power of patient- and parent-centered care. His desire to improve outcomes is grounded in research and fueled by his passion for excellence. Donna's story is a powerful, well-stated emotional appeal for change. Dr. Tavares’ On-Board model presented in We AdVANCE will create a seismic shift in the way professionals and patients think about patient self-advocacy that should have a significant positive impact on patient care. It's hard to imagine a health care professional not engaging in self-reflection after viewing this compelling video.

    Jerome Schultz, Ph.D.
Clinical Neuropsychologist
Lecturer on Psychology, Department of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School

    jeromeschultz.com
    Author: "Nowhere to Hide: Why Kids with ADHD and LD Hate School, And What We Can Do About It"

    The story of We AdVANCE:

    drtavares.wordpress.com/2014/08/18/on-board-with-your-treatment/

    Watch:

    1) We AdVANCE - A Documentary Film on Patient Safety

    vimeo.com/weadvance/documentaryfilm

    The story of We AdVANCE:

    drtavares.wordpress.com/2014/08/18/on-board-with-your-treatment/

    2) Today You are Going to be Flying a Big Jet

    vimeo.com/weadvance/today-you-are-going-to-be-flying-a-big-jet

    Essay: You are the Pilot!

    drtavares.wordpress.com/2014/08/13/you-are-the-pilot/

    3) We AdVANCE - Film Script

    vimeo.com/weadvance/filmscript

    4) Essay On Board with Your Treatment

    vimeo.com/weadvance/essay

    5) Additional videos on Patient Safety:

    vimeo.com/weadvance/likes

    TO LEARN MORE ABOUT PATIENT SAFETY, PLEASE VISIT:

    Manitoba Institute for Patient Safety website:

    mips.ca

    Canadian Patient Safety Institute website:

    patientsafetyinstitute.ca

    Dr. Tavares created the On Board Model inspired on what he learned in the books and training from Dale Carnegie / Dale Carnegie Programs, books from Harvard Negotiation Project, books on motivational interviewing and from books and training on cognitive behavioral therapy.

    # vimeo.com/121500247 Uploaded
  3. "Today, You are Going to be Flying a Big Jet!" is an abridged version of "We AdVANCE - A Documentary Film on Patient Safety"

    Reviews of "We AdVANCE - A Documentary Film on Patient Safety"

    Donna is such a brave lady to talk of her experience with such honesty and emotion. She is a true inspiration! To hear her and Vance's story is heart-breaking, but can only help influence clinicians views in the future. So much good will hopefully come from her disclosure. As she says "His death was in vein if no learning comes from it!"

    My big concern and regret is that Donna's story is not isolated. There are far too many people with such similar stories to tell. And while we keep hearing comments like 'Doctors know best' there will be ever more stories in the future. There needs to be an entire culture change. We all need to embrace change, change for the better, not just for the sake of it, and not to pay lip-service to it.

    I am totally on board with the 'On board' concept! I welcome such a fundamental change in patient's treatment. I am also encouraged to see some influential people prepared to commit to it.

    We all want the same thing, patients well-being and improved health. We must all play our part in making this a reality. Good luck with 'On board'! Here's to everyone playing their part in the journey!

    Good luck and best wishes!

    Andy Henderson BSc(Hons)
    Parent!
    patientsafetycongress.co.uk/speakers/andy-henderson

    Dear Dr. Tavares

    My professional and personal experience with patient safety allows me to see clearly what it really takes to transform our patient safety culture into a culture of which we can be proud.

    Three observations:

    Context is everything - while the capacity to change exists in every individual and every organization it must align with the organizational history, sense of urgency, readiness for change, culture, and degrees of leadership commitment.

    Denial is our greatest threat – there is a gap between the patient safety outcomes we see on paper and what patients and providers experience. Silence, unawareness, indifference, and complacency are the greatest enemies of improvement.

    It is all about relationships – honest and open relationships between all involved in care, providers, patients and families, together with a culture that supports healthy interactions and is rooted in true values are the sources to achieve excellence.

    I commend you and your team in developing We AdVANCE. To me this DVD demonstrates all three mentioned above. This is a legacy not only to Vance and his family, it is also a legacy to all of our members of Patients for Patient Safety Canada.

    Yours in patient safety,

    Hugh

    Hugh MacLeod
    Chief Executive Officer
    Canadian Patient Safety Institute
    patientsafetyinstitute.ca

    Dr. Alexandre Tavares has created a powerful video document entitled We AdVANCE that is a prescription for saving lives. His patient-as-trained-pilot metaphor conveys Dr. Tavares' belief in the power of patient- and parent-centered care. His desire to improve outcomes is grounded in research and fueled by his passion for excellence. Donna's story is a powerful, well-stated emotional appeal for change. Dr. Tavares’ On-Board model presented in We AdVANCE will create a seismic shift in the way professionals and patients think about patient self-advocacy that should have a significant positive impact on patient care. It's hard to imagine a health care professional not engaging in self-reflection after viewing this compelling video.

    Jerome Schultz, Ph.D.
Clinical Neuropsychologist
Lecturer on Psychology, Department of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School

    jeromeschultz.com
    Author: "Nowhere to Hide: Why Kids with ADHD and LD Hate School, And What We Can Do About It"

    Watch:

    1) Today You are Going to be Flying a Big Jet

    vimeo.com/weadvance/today-you-are-going-to-be-flying-a-big-jet

    2) We AdVANCE - A Documentary Film on Patient Safety

    vimeo.com/weadvance/documentaryfilm

    The story of We AdVANCE:

    drtavares.wordpress.com/2014/08/18/on-board-with-your-treatment/

    3) We AdVANCE - Film Script

    vimeo.com/weadvance/filmscript

    4) Essay On Board with Your Treatment

    vimeo.com/weadvance/essay

    5) Additional videos on Patient Safety:

    Patient Safety videos channel

    READ MORE:

    vimeo.com/weadvance/review/89316538/757706fcfd

    Dr. Tavares created the On Board Model inspired on what he learned in the books and training from Dale Carnegie / Dale Carnegie Programs, books from Harvard Negotiation Project, books on motivational interviewing and from books and training on cognitive behavioral therapy.

    # vimeo.com/98768465 Uploaded
  4. Donna Davis knew something was not right, but no one would listen to her.

    Donna is a nurse and ambulance attendant whose career has spanned almost forty years. She comes from the town of Carievale, Saskatchewan and she is married with four children.

    On November 21, 2012, I listened to Donna’s heart wrenching account of the terrible suffering she and her family endured in witnessing her son Vance die while their concerns and his deteriorating condition were seemingly ignored.

    What can we learn from Donna’s experience? How can we ensure that patients and families are at the centre of health care?

    Since I watched her presentation, I have contemplated ways in which to change our health-care system.

    I wanted to create a model that could translate into plain words why our system is broken.

    I wanted a model that would show why patients are getting harmed when they should not be.

    I wanted to develop a model that would inspire a change.

    This is my best attempt; I hope Donna will be pleased with this idea.

    This video presents essay "On Board with Your Treatment", read by the author.

    Watch:

    1) Today You are Going to be Flying a Big Jet

    vimeo.com/weadvance/today-you-are-going-to-be-flying-a-big-jet

    2) We AdVANCE - A Documentary Film on Patient Safety

    vimeo.com/weadvance/documentaryfilm

    The story of We AdVANCE:

    drtavares.wordpress.com/2014/08/18/on-board-with-your-treatment/

    3) We AdVANCE - Film Script

    vimeo.com/weadvance/filmscript

    4) Essay On Board with Your Treatment

    vimeo.com/weadvance/essay

    5) Additional videos on Patient Safety:

    Patient Safety videos channel

    Dr. Tavares created the On Board Model inspired on what he learned in the books and training from Dale Carnegie / Dale Carnegie Programs, books from Harvard Negotiation Project, books on motivational interviewing and from books and training on cognitive behavioral therapy.

    # vimeo.com/89338981 Uploaded
  5. Additional Reviews of We AdVANCE – a documentary film on patient safety:

    I was very moved by the AdVANCE film and its extremely important message about patient safety. The program that Dr. Tavares and his colleagues have developed along with Donna Davis is a striking testimony to the necessity of supporting patients on several key ways: (1) by listening to them intently and with care, (2) by responding to their questions, concerns, and pleas promptly and with respect, and (3) by encouraging their active participation in their treatment so as to maximize collaboration and to create positive synergy between the medical knowledge of practitioners and the personal knowledge of patients and their families. I heard Ms. Davis's heart-wrenching story about her son, and I immediately reached out to several patients to improve our communication on their care. The AdVANCE model is straightforward, clear, and filled with wisdom and common sense. Its implementation will benefit practitioners, patients, and their families in ways that are both measurable (scientifically) and immeasurable (humanistically).

    Cory F. Newman, Ph.D., ABPP
Professor of Psychology, in Psychiatry
Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania
Director, Center for Cognitive Therapy
Philadelphia, PA USA

    The story of Donna Davis is a sad but useful example of how shortcomings in communication and coordination between healthcare teams and patients can lead to a terrible end for the patient and his/her relatives. As a healthcare professional and researcher, I think that the documentary We AdVANCE can be a good dissemination tool to alert and raise awareness of this situation. Accepting the existence of pitfalls in the system is the first step towards the development of interventions that minimize the impact that result from them. Patients should be aware of the problem and be active agents of change, detecting the fails in the system, communicating them and demanding solutions that benefit both them and the health care professionals.

    The On Board Model presents an interesting and useful metaphor to transmit this message. The patients are the constant at the different levels through the health care system. They have to lead, with the support from healthcare professionals, the choices about their care and take responsibility of their health results. The patients are the ones who know best the situation on their health problems and environment. Empowering them and giving them the necessary tools and resources, such as educative tools or support groups, can only improve their care and the system. It will have a positive impact in the prevention of errors in the process of care. I want to emphasize a role that seems key to me and that I really liked from the On Board Model: the copilot (patient’s relatives and friends). Social support has demonstrated to be a key to getting better health results in many disorders. I believe that it is interesting and positive that the model reinforces the role of these informal careers, as they are central in both primary prevention and recovery of patients.

    I think that health professionals and patients would benefit from watching the documentary We AdVANCE as it will raise their awareness about the problems in medical safety.

    Maria Rubio Valera, Pharmacist, Ph.D.

    Postdoctoral Researcher, Parc Sanitari Sant Joan de Déu, Spain

    Associate Professor, University of Barcelona, Spain

    Watch:

    1) Today You are Going to be Flying a Big Jet

    vimeo.com/weadvance/today-you-are-going-to-be-flying-a-big-jet

    2) We AdVANCE - A Documentary Film on Patient Safety

    vimeo.com/weadvance/documentaryfilm

    The story of We AdVANCE:

    drtavares.wordpress.com/2014/08/18/on-board-with-your-treatment/

    3) We AdVANCE - Film Script

    vimeo.com/weadvance/filmscript

    4) Essay On Board with Your Treatment

    vimeo.com/weadvance/essay

    5) Additional videos on Patient Safety:

    vimeo.com/weadvance/likes

    Dr. Tavares created the On Board Model inspired on what he learned in the books and training from Dale Carnegie / Dale Carnegie Programs, books from Harvard Negotiation Project, books on motivational interviewing and from books and training on cognitive behavioral therapy.

    # vimeo.com/89316538 Uploaded

We AdVANCE - A Documentary Film on Patient Safety

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CLOSED CAPTIONS AVAILABLE in FRENCH, ENGLISH and PORTUGUESE

LEGENDAS DISPONÍVEIS em PORTUGUÊS, FRANCÊS e INGLÊS (Aperte o botão CC para selecionar a língua da legenda)

AWARDS:

Official selection: Global Health Film Festival, London (31 October…


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CLOSED CAPTIONS AVAILABLE in FRENCH, ENGLISH and PORTUGUESE

LEGENDAS DISPONÍVEIS em PORTUGUÊS, FRANCÊS e INGLÊS (Aperte o botão CC para selecionar a língua da legenda)

AWARDS:

Official selection: Global Health Film Festival, London (31 October 2015):

rsm.ac.uk/events/events-listing/2015-2016/groups/global-health/ghg01-global-health-film-festival.aspx

Official selection: AWARENESS FILM FESTIVAL 2015

awarenessfilmfestival2015.sched.org/event/5fea81fccf93cbaf1730e0ee201136d6#.VfITvPRREUo

2015 Canada International Film Festival:
Rising Star Award - Documentary Feature Competition

Gold Award Winner - Documentary & Short International Movie Award

Donna Davis knew something was not right, but no one would listen to her. Donna is a nurse and ambulance attendant whose career has spanned almost forty years. She comes from the town of Carievale, Saskatchewan, and she is married with four children. On November 21, 2012, we listened to Donna’s heart wrenching account of the terrible suffering she and her family endured.

brandonrha.mb.ca/export/sites/brandonrha/galleries/pdf/about/Forum_Handout.pdf

What can we learn from Donna’s experience? How can we ensure that patients and families are at the centre of health care?

Watch: We AdVANCE - A Documentary Film on Patient Safety

vimeo.com/weadvance/documentaryfilm

Reviews:

I was very moved by the AdVANCE film and its extremely important message about patient safety. The program that Dr. Tavares and his colleagues have developed along with Donna Davis is a striking testimony to the necessity of supporting patients on several key ways: (1) by listening to them intently and with care, (2) by responding to their questions, concerns, and pleas promptly and with respect, and (3) by encouraging their active participation in their treatment so as to maximize collaboration and to create positive synergy between the medical knowledge of practitioners and the personal knowledge of patients and their families. I heard Ms. Davis's heart-wrenching story about her son, and I immediately reached out to several patients to improve our communication on their care. The AdVANCE model is straightforward, clear, and filled with wisdom and common sense. Its implementation will benefit practitioners, patients, and their families in ways that are both measurable (scientifically) and immeasurable (humanistically).

Cory F. Newman, Ph.D., ABPP

Professor of Psychology, in Psychiatry

Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania

Director, Center for Cognitive Therapy

Philadelphia, PA USA

Dear Dr. Tavares

My professional and personal experience with patient safety allows me to see clearly what it really takes to transform our patient safety culture into a culture of which we can be proud.

Three observations:

Context is everything - while the capacity to change exists in every individual and every organization it must align with the organizational history, sense of urgency, readiness for change, culture, and degrees of leadership commitment.

Denial is our greatest threat – there is a gap between the patient safety outcomes we see on paper and what patients and providers experience. Silence, unawareness, indifference, and complacency are the greatest enemies of improvement.

It is all about relationships – honest and open relationships between all involved in care, providers, patients and families, together with a culture that supports healthy interactions and is rooted in true values are the sources to achieve excellence.

I commend you and your team in developing We AdVANCE. To me this DVD demonstrates all three mentioned above. This is a legacy not only to Vance and his family, it is also a legacy to all of our members of Patients for Patient Safety Canada.

Yours in patient safety,

Hugh

Hugh MacLeod
Chief Executive Officer
Canadian Patient Safety Institute
patientsafetyinstitute.ca

Dr. Alexandre Tavares has created a powerful video document entitled We AdVANCE that is a prescription for saving lives. His patient-as-trained-pilot metaphor conveys Dr. Tavares' belief in the power of patient- and parent-centered care. His desire to improve outcomes is grounded in research and fueled by his passion for excellence. Donna's story is a powerful, well-stated emotional appeal for change. Dr. Tavares’ On-Board model presented in We AdVANCE will create a seismic shift in the way professionals and patients think about patient self-advocacy that should have a significant positive impact on patient care. It's hard to imagine a health care professional not engaging in self-reflection after viewing this compelling video.

Jerome Schultz, Ph.D.
Clinical Neuropsychologist
Lecturer on Psychology, Department of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School

jeromeschultz.com
Author: "Nowhere to Hide: Why Kids with ADHD and LD Hate School, And What We Can Do About It"

The story of Donna Davis is a sad but useful example of how shortcomings in communication and coordination between healthcare teams and patients can lead to a terrible end for the patient and his/her relatives. As a healthcare professional and researcher, I think that the documentary We AdVANCE can be a good dissemination tool to alert and raise awareness of this situation. Accepting the existence of pitfalls in the system is the first step towards the development of interventions that minimize the impact that result from them. Patients should be aware of the problem and be active agents of change, detecting the fails in the system, communicating them and demanding solutions that benefit both them and the health care professionals.

The On Board Model presents an interesting and useful metaphor to transmit this message. The patients are the constant at the different levels through the health care system. They have to lead, with the support from healthcare professionals, the choices about their care and take responsibility of their health results. The patients are the ones who know best the situation on their health problems and environment. Empowering them and giving them the necessary tools and resources, such as educative tools or support groups, can only improve their care and the system. It will have a positive impact in the prevention of errors in the process of care. I want to emphasize a role that seems key to me and that I really liked from the On Board Model: the copilot (patient’s relatives and friends). Social support has demonstrated to be a key to getting better health results in many disorders. I believe that it is interesting and positive that the model reinforces the role of these informal careers, as they are central in both primary prevention and recovery of patients.

I think that health professionals and patients would benefit from watching the documentary We AdVANCE as it will raise their awareness about the problems in medical safety.

Maria Rubio Valera, Pharmacist, Ph.D.

Postdoctoral Researcher, Parc Sanitari Sant Joan de Déu, Spain

Associate Professor, University of Barcelona, Spain

Donna is such a brave lady to talk of her experience with such honesty and emotion. She is a true inspiration! To hear her and Vance's story is heart-breaking, but can only help influence clinicians views in the future. So much good will hopefully come from her disclosure. As she says "His death was in vein if no learning comes from it!"

My big concern and regret is that Donna's story is not isolated. There are far too many people with such similar stories to tell. And while we keep hearing comments like 'Doctors know best' there will be ever more stories in the future. There needs to be an entire culture change. We all need to embrace change, change for the better, not just for the sake of it, and not to pay lip-service to it.

I am totally on board with the 'On board' concept! I welcome such a fundamental change in patient's treatment. I am also encouraged to see some influential people prepared to commit to it.

We all want the same thing, patients well-being and improved health. We must all play our part in making this a reality. Good luck with 'On board'! Here's to everyone playing their part in the journey!

Good luck and best wishes!

Andy Henderson BSc(Hons)
Parent!

Watch:

1) We AdVANCE - A Documentary Film on Patient Safety

vimeo.com/weadvance/documentaryfilm

The story of We AdVANCE:

drtavares.wordpress.com/2014/08/18/on-board-with-your-treatment/

2) Today You are Going to be Flying a Big Jet

vimeo.com/weadvance/today-you-are-going-to-be-flying-a-big-jet

Essay: You are the Pilot!

drtavares.wordpress.com/2014/08/13/you-are-the-pilot/

3) We AdVANCE - Film Script

vimeo.com/weadvance/filmscript

4) Essay On Board with Your Treatment

vimeo.com/weadvance/essay

5) Additional videos on Patient Safety:

vimeo.com/weadvance/likes

TO LEARN MORE ABOUT PATIENT SAFETY, PLEASE VISIT:

Manitoba Institute for Patient Safety website:

mips.ca

Canadian Patient Safety Institute website:

patientsafetyinstitute.ca

Dr. Tavares created the On Board Model inspired on what he learned in the books and training from Dale Carnegie / Dale Carnegie Programs, books from Harvard Negotiation Project, books on motivational interviewing and from books and training on cognitive behavioral therapy.

The songs and audio loops used in We AdVANCE were purchased at Sony Creative Software including the song "In Flight" that resembles the song "Thalassa" by George Gousis, sold at iTunes.

In Flight:

sonycreativesoftware.com/productionmusic/inflight

Thalassa:

itunes.apple.com/ca/album/theamata-vol.1/id517778755

We AdVANCE was edited using Sony Vegas 12.

We AdVANCE was recorded using camera Sony Alpha 99 and lens Rokinon 35mm.

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