Share Your Story You may have lost someone you loved or know someone who has died of a preventable cause in a hospital. If that is the case, we would like to express our deepest sympathy. We can’t explain why a place of healing became a cause of tragedy. What we can do is much more modest: extend an invitation to you to join patient advocates, mothers and fathers, wives and husbands, and sons and daughters who are working passionately towards a single goal – ZERO preventable deaths by 2020. If you’re ready to Join the Movement, we will welcome you – with gratitude and appreciation. Your story will become an integral part of the narrative driving the Patient Safety Movement forward. Please consider sharing your story with the Patient Safety Movement. Complete the form below and we will contact you to learn more. Name First Last Email PhoneWhose story are you interested in sharing?Tell us your story*Upload an Image*Accepted file types: jpg, png.Please upload an image of the person who is represented in the story.Acknowledgement* I hereby authorize The Patient Safety Movement Foundation (PSMF) and assign the rights to display, publicly perform, exhibit, transmit, broadcast, reproduce, record, photograph, digitize, modify, alter, edit, adapt, create derivative works, otherwise use, and permit others to use, the name, logo(s), publicly available data and images of the person listed above and its relevant affiliates on any platform and for any purpose including, but not limited to, advertising, public relations, publicity, packaging, and promotion of the PSMF without further consent or consideration from the person listed above. Community Our Community brings patients, patient advocates, clinicians, government officials, healthcare leaders and medical technologists together to connect, share and discuss ideas that will help eliminate preventable patient deaths. Please join us so you can inspire, motivate, share, discuss, engage and connect with others to synergize The Patient Safety Movement and help us achieve our goal of ZERO preventable patient deaths by 2020 together.