The Advocate’s Guide to Reporting Live from Conferences and Events

Live reporting from conferences and events is an important part of our advocacy work. It expands the reach of information, research, and data beyond the physical limitations of a conference or event. It also offers an opportunity to highlight your own influence and expertise.

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Commitments to change health care

We’re committed to changing health care!

Why are we asking you to make a commitment to change health care – even something as small as listening to others? It’s because we created and hosted #WTFix, a day full of individuals that looked into the face of the health care monster and said, “bring it on,” to making change.

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What’s the Fix? 2017: Morning Recap

It has been such an incredibly inspiring morning here in Seattle, and we wanted to share a few big take-aways we’ve seen so far. But, first, we want to applaud all of the individuals online, on our stage, and in the audience today that have…

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Everything you need for the #WTFix Conference

We are so thrilled to have an amazing group of online attendees who’ve decided to spend time with us as we discuss changing health care at the What’s the Fix? conference. Thank you for joining our movement. We’ve created THIS KIT (pdf) to serve as your playbook for the day, helping you stay engaged and connected to the conference and speakers, but most importantly, to one another.

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Why I’m a Patient Safety Advocate

My Father-in-law died due to the negligent use of an off-label medication that was contraindicated for his medical conditions. Despite the attending doctor and nurse being warned by the pharmacist of a possible life threatening reaction, the doctor told us that there were no risks. Unfortunately the pharmacist’s warning was not communicated to my Father-in-law, to us, or documented in the medical records. This tragic experience transformed my wife and me into patient safety advocates.

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