About Do No Harm: The Opioid Epidemic
Do No Harm: The Opioid Epidemic is a ground breaking, 90-minute special that puts the spotlight on “the worst man made epidemic in our nation’s history,” according to Dr. Gary Franklin, MD, Pain Management Expert and Research Professor from the University of Washington School of Medicine.
The documentary film is narrated by Golden Globe winning actor Ed Harris and focuses on aspects of the opioid crisis that other journalists avoid.
The groundbreaking project is endorsed by Executive Director of American Public Health Association, Dr. Georges Benjamin and his 25,000 member organization.
Do No Harm was created by award winning filmmakers, Harry Wiland and Dale Bell, along with chief advisor Dr. Andrew Kolodny who has testified before Congress on the opioid crisis and is the Executive Director of Physicians for Responsible Opioid Prescribing (PROP).
Find out where to see the film.
About Media Policy Center
Media Policy Center’s award-winning television and new media productions empower audiences to build and improve their communities. MPC provides the online support and outreach tools to foster change. From environmental sustainability and health care to social justice and education, MPC is dedicated to leveraging media for positive social change.
Dale Bell and Harry Wiland: co-founder at Media Policy Center
“We work towards positive social change by using our media skills to create televised and coordinated multi-media projects that are meant to empower those members of our society who seek to improve their lives and their communities.”
To learn about our projects, visit us at: www.mediapolicycenter.org