Together with the GW Emergency Interest Group, the GW BRI Chapter is hosting a viewing of the medical documentary CODE BLACK about the Los Angeles County Hospital—the busiest Emergency Department in the country. Hear enthralling medical stories combined with testimonies about the US Health Care System from physicians on the front lines of primary care.
Parking is available in multiple buildings in the area, but are subject to government opening and closing.
POST-EVENT SUMMARY: Fourteen students and faculty attended the movie screening. BRI-GWU chapter president Brandon Robinson introduced the group to the Benjamin Rush Institute and delivered a short, elevator speech on what BRI stands for, its goals, and how it is relevant to them for their future endeavors.
“Following my introduction, we all watched Code Black, a documentary about the busiest ER in the country. Before the documentary, I asked the group to take note specifically of the policy dilemmas that were introduced.” ~Brandon Robinson, BRI-GWU chapter president.
The GWU Emergency Medicine Interest Group participated with BRI. They supplied drinks, popcorn, and additional pizza.