Robyn Symon is a two-time Emmy award-winning former PBS producer specializing in documentaries and television series. A former TV news reporter, Robyn has written and produced hundreds of hours of television programming for various networks including PBS, NBC, Discovery, CNBC, HGTV Reelz Channel including the PBS series "Voices of Vision," hosted by NPR's Scott Simon focusing on the work of non-profit organizations around the world and “Florida!" for The Travel Channel. Recently Robyn produced and directed five television specials for the Reelz Channel on Michael Jackson, Robin Williams and the opioid epedimic in Hollywood (“Fatal Addiction”). In addition to two Suncoast Emmys, Robyn has been honored with three national Telly awards among others.
Her latest film, Do No Harm premiered at the Cleveland International Film Festival:
Jumping off hospital rooftops, hanging themselves in janitorial closets, overdosing on drugs—they’re A students and their suicides are often like well-planned school projects. Doctors are our healers, yet they have the highest rate of suicide among any profession. Medical students and families of physicians touched by suicide come out of the shadows to expose this silent epidemic and the truth about a sick healthcare system that not only drives our brilliant young doctors to take their own lives but puts patients lives at risk too.
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