Host a Postcards to Doctors party this holiday season! And announcing: #MEAction’s first Pinterest boards! Together, the #MEAction community has made the Postcards to Doctors initiative an incredible success: there have been approximately 5,500 requests for postcards to doctors across 43 states! We are so thankful to see people across the country step up to
PLEASE NOTE: The Unrest CME has now expired. However, you can still recommend the film to your provider and access the associated materials. The film is available on Netflix and can be found here. We are so thrilled to announce that US healthcare providers – including doctors, nurses, physician assistants, therapists and social workers – can now
This month we want to honor the work of three women with #MEAction Scotland – Emma Shorter, Kim Gurav and Janet Sylvester – who have done an incredible job advocating for people with myalgic encephalomyelitis. The partnership began last January when Kim and Janet wanted to organise a screening of Unrest, which – long story short!
The Time for Unrest event at the Scottish Parliament on 30th January was an opportunity to raise awareness of Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME) among Members of the Scottish Parliament (MSPs), and ask them to take action to support the 21,000 people with ME in Scotland. Attended by over 70 people, it attracted an unprecedented number of
Calling all people in the Bay Area – and beyond, You are invited to attend a screening of the Oscar-nominated documentary, Unrest, hosted by UC Berkeley’s School of Public Health on Feb. 20th. Register for the FREE event today. Please take this opportunity to invite your Congressional and State representatives to educate them about Myalgic Encephalomyelitis. You have extra
There is one more screening of Unrest at the CPH:DOX film festival on March 24th, and then Unrest heads to the RiverRun International Film Festival in Winston-Salem on March 31st. Unrest made its international and European premiere in Copenhagen, Denmark at CPH:DOX, one of the leading festivals for documentary film in the world, on March 17.
After years of work and hundreds of hours of footage, Jen Brea’s documentary, now entitled Unrest, is ready for its debut. The film will be shown at the Sundance Resort as part of the Sundance Film Festival in January 2017; Brea’s Unrest was selected to premier as one of the Festival’s narrative documentaries. The Sundance