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Falling Through the Cracks: Greg’s Story

Greg Price was 31 when he was diagnosed with cancer. His journey through Alberta’s health care system and untimely death led his family to tell his story in hopes of inspiring positive change in the health care system.

The short film, Falling Through the Cracks: Greg’s Story, is now part of a series of projects run by a not-for-profit established in Greg’s honour. These projects have highlighted common failures in continuity of care, and more importantly, they’ve inspired better care by engaging frontline clinicians who are passionate about their work and the wellbeing of the patients they serve.

Join us for a screening of the film followed by an open conversation with members of Greg’s family as well as Dr. Ward Flemons, lead investigator and author of Health Quality Council of Alberta Continuity of Patient Care Study, which uses Greg's story as a case study.

Thursday January 24th 12:00 – 1:00 p.m.

Lee Fairclough, Vice President, Quality Improvement, Health Quality Ontario


  • Teri Price, Executive Director, Greg’s Wings Projects

  • David Price, Director, Greg’s Wings Projects

Virtual option only.

Via Ontario Telemedicine Network
Event ID: 106811616

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Bring a Laptop – even for OTN!
The film will be screened using a separate online platform, and a link will be shared with participants during the event (via OTN or webinar). Please remember to have a laptop to view the film.


Canadian College of Health Leaders


Attendance at this program entitles certified Canadian College of Health Leaders members (CHE/Fellow) to 0.5 Category II credits for each Quality Rounds Ontario towards their maintenance of certification requirement.

This Group Learning program has been certified by the College of Family Physicians of Canada and the Ontario Chapter for up to 1.0 Mainpro+ credits.

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