Jumping off hospital rooftops, hanging themselves in janitorial closets, overdoing on drugs—our doctors are dying by suicide. Why?
Join us Friday, November 11 at Tsunami Books in Eugene, Oregon, for a marvelous Mediterranean dinner to celebrate Dr. Wible’s book, Physician Suicide Letters—Answered, and take a sneak peek at the forthcoming documentary on our physician suicide crisis.
Two-time Emmy winner Robyn Symon has investigated the hidden medical crisis in her film, DO NO HARM. In this poignant preview, you’ll meet medical students and families of physicians touched by suicide who come out of the shadows to expose the silent epidemic and the hidden medical culture of bullying, hazing, and abuse that kills doctors—and patients.
Join Dr. Wible, a local physician and national leader on physician suicide and human rights violations in medicine, for an unforgettable evening. View her TEDMED talk here and DO NO HARM trailer below:
Enjoy lively conversation while feasting on an organic Mediterranean dinner catered by Park Street Cafe featuring handmade dolmas, spanakopita, hummus, baba ganoush, tapanade, bruschetta, crostinis, quinoa tabouleh, unusual one-of-a-kind veggie platter, assorted fun drinks, and more. Please RSVP here so we’ll have enough food for you.
Plus grab your autographed copy of Dr. Wible’s latest banned book (yes, she’s written two banned books), Physician Suicide Letters—Answered. Now—for the first time released to the public—read private letters and last words from our doctors who could no longer bear the pain of an abusive medical system. What you don’t know about medical training and culture can kill you. Join Dr. Wible and the Eugene community for an evening behind the white coat and into the mind, heart, and soul of our doctors—and get all your questions answered. Listen to KLCC interview about event.
When: Friday, November 11 at 7:00 pm
Where: Tsunami Books (2585 Willamette St.)
What: DO NO HARM film preview (30-minute film and book signing)