Pbs frontline film being mortal

FRONTLINE explores the intersection of life, death, medicine and what matters in the end. ... PBS Kids & Family. ... Being Mortal FRONTLINE explores the intersection ... CONWAY — The Mount Washington Valley community is invited to a free screening of the PBS Frontline documentary, "Being Mortal," on Wednesday, Oct. 5, at Kennett High School. Following the film, a panel of local professionals will answer audience questions and share their own perspectives on ... May 30, 2019 · Join us for a special screening of the PBS Frontline Film, “Being Mortal,” with renowned author and Boston surgeon Atul Gawande, M.D., MPH, followed by a multidisciplinary, expert panel discussion that will challenge us all to reexamine how we think about death and dying and the way we handle these difficult end-of-life conversations. PBS Frontline-Being Mortal(2015) Close. 75. Posted by. u/drchexmix. ... If anyone has some suggestions of films from which you could actually learn something about ... Review of PBS FRONTLINE Being Mortal with Dr. Atul Gawande by Bruce Scott, MD The producers at FRONTLINE were kind enough to reach out to Pallimed to preview the "Being Mortal" episode being aired on local PBS stations starting this Tuesday Feb 10, 2015 (also available online on Tuesday). Being Mortal is a FRONTLINE public television documentary that explores the hopes of patients and families facing terminal illness and their relationships with the doctors who care for them. The documentary tells the story of physician Atul Gawande who is learning to think about death and dying in the context of being a healer. Renowned surgeon Atul Gawande teams with FRONTLINE to challenge us all to reexamine how we think about death and dying. This film also explores the burgeoning art and science of palliative care and the ways in which having a conversation around the question What are your priorities if your time is limited? can empower patients to live their lives fully, all the way to the very end.