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Movie to Movement: using a movie to move mindsets


Teri Price

Greg's Wings Projects, CA
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Workshop – Background

The Falling Through the Cracks: Greg's Story film was initially created to be used in the undergrad medical school classroom but in the 3 years since its launch it has been used more than 400 times with audiences at all stages of their careers throughout the healthcare system in Canada.

Workshop - Aims and Objectives

This workshop will make a powerful and impactful case for why integrated care is vitally important.

The post-film discussion with members of Greg’s family will give the audience the opportunity to learn about Greg, details of his journey through the healthcare system and what the family has learned since he died.

The activity will reinforce the importance of teamwork and aims to move mindsets toward a common vision for our healthcare systems that is built on a foundation of teamwork.

The audience will walk away understanding how they can use the film and join a network sharing resources for change.

Workshop - Target audience

Changemakers, educators, trainers, patients, families and caregivers.

Anyone interested in moving mindsets towards teamwork and integration in healthcare

Workshop - Format

5 min - Introductions

30 min – Falling Through the Cracks: Greg’s Story Film (

30 min - Post-film discussion – open Q&A with Greg’s Family

20 min - Teamwork activity & introduction to available toolkit and resources5 min – Wrap-up

Workshop - Key Learnings/Take away

Understand the power of using a story to outline the reason why integration and teamwork is important.

Learn about (and gain access to) the teamwork curriculum based on the Falling Through the Cracks film

Powerful reminder why teamwork and integration is vitally important.

Toolkit for using the film.

How to Cite: Price T. Movie to Movement: using a movie to move mindsets. International Journal of Integrated Care. 2022;22(S2):211. DOI:
Published on 16 May 2022.
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