Stacey Tovino, Lehman Professor of Law and Director of the Health Law Program at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, shares her experience using States of Grace as a learning tool for students and professionals in medicine and law.
We are extremely honored that States of Grace was one of six films selected by the Mid-Atlantic Arts Foundation for their 2016-17 touring program. Mark traveled with the film for two and a half weeks in April, screening it at ten venues in Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, New Jersey, and New York. This blog is also posted on the Foundation website.
A post-screening review by Dr. Pamela B. Rosenthal of the NYU School of Medicine. "It is an informative film to share with friends, family, students, colleagues and others. For those of us in the medical profession, the film reminds us that while our technologies offer the promise of healing, that it is in partnership with each patient that healing magic happens.
Guest blogger Kaethe Weingarten, PhD, describes some of the ways loved ones who are witnesses to pain and suffering can experience trauma and how having a framework for understanding what witnesses go through can help.