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WPR News Series Explores the Early Impact of Honoring Choices Wisconsin

In late July, Wisconsin Public Radio aired a three part news story on end-of-life decision making and how the Wisconsin Medical Society's advance care planning initiative, Honoring Choices Wisconsin, is changing the culture by helping people talk about these things. 

Among those featured in the program was Michael Bernhagen, co-producer of the Consider the Conversation PBS film series.

Consider the Conversation 2 wins Silver Award of Excellence from Milwaukee Press Club

On Friday, May 15th, Consider the Conversation 2: Stories about Cure, Relief, and Comfort won Silver in the category of "Best Public Affairs Program, Documentary or News Special" at the Milwaukee Press Club's 85th Annual MPC Awards for Excellence in Wisconsin Journalism ceremony held at the InterContinental Hotel in downtown Milwaukee.

Producers facilitate major CME program for doctors on National Healthcare Decisions Day

On Thursday, April 16th (National Healthcare Decisions Day), producers Michael Bernhagen and Terry Kaldhusdal were privileged to screen the Director's cut of their Emmy-nominated film, Consider the Conversation 2: Stories about Cure, Relief, and Comfort, at the Fox Cities Performing Arts Center in Appleton, Wisconsin.

University commencement speech highlights producer's new perspective from tragic news

FROM THE CONSIDER THE CONVERSATION ARCHIVES

On April 17, 2011, California's State Teacher of the Year, Alan Sitomer, delivered a powerful commencement address to the graduating class of National University in Sacramento.

The focus of his speech?

The story of producer Terry Kaldhusdal's personal calling to the Consider the Conversation film series.

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