Based on the testimony of eight families, this drama-documentary was commissioned in response to a series of investigations where poor carer experience was a particular feature. Watch Film →
This film documents the experience of the Titcombe family during Joshua’s tragically short life. It also outlines their subsequent fight for proper investigation into Joshua’s care, and the failure of the governance and regulatory systems to learn from error. Watch Film →
In this moving and challenging documentary we tell the story of the Bowen family following the tragic death of Bethany during ‘routine’ surgery and subsequent sudden death of father Richard aged 31, following the trauma of his daughter’s death and the ‘torture’ of the inquest. Watch Film →
In this short film Julie explains how a series of “everyday” communication failures conspired to create delays in her receiving effective treatment. These delays and the resultant risk to her life led to a slower physical and psychological recovery and in Julie’s view were very probably avoidable. Watch Film →
When Paul Richards was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin lymphoma his family were stunned by the news. Lisa, Paul’s wife gives a moving account of the events that led to Paul’s death and explores the effects on their family.Watch Film →
Alexandra died aged 3 days. In this often distressing account of her experience, Beatrix explores the decisions made about her care, and the factors that she feels led to their daughter’s spinal injuries. Watch Film →
Gillian James, a former nurse, lived largely independently with progressive multiple sclerosis for more than 30 years. This film documents the care she received during the last sixteen months of her life. Watch Film →
In this short film Alison and Sue discuss their personal experiences of both an MRSA and C-difficile infection and the impressions of healthcare services that they were left with as a result. Watch Film →
Peter’s story documents the experiences of the Jones family in the days immediately preceding and the hours following the death in hospital of a family member. The film provides and opportunity for professionals to explore issues associated with providing safe and effective care at the end of life.
This is the account of a real patient story that compelled Dr Matt Inada-Kim and colleagues to tackle the problem of managing sepsis within their practice.