Be sure to tune in to Wisconsin Public Radio on Thursday, May 10th from 3-4 p.m. (CST) as co-producers Terry Kaldhusdal and Michael Bernhagen are interviewed live and in-studio about the Consider the Conversation film project and its positive contribution to culture change in Wisconsin and beyond on At Issue with Ben Merens.
For the first time in nine months, a new contribution has been posted on the Consider the Conversation Blog. Entitled "A Simple Question with Profound Implications", it is a story from the hospice work of Mike Bernhagen and one that will challenge your definition of manhood.
To read the story, please click here.
Earlier today (4/18), Consider the Conversation co-producer, Michael Bernhagen, made a rare radio appearance along with Karen Carrig, President & CEO of Rainbow Hospice Care, on AM-940 WFAW's Morning Magazine Show in the small southern Wisconsin city of Fort Atkinson.
Together the pair talked about hospice care, the documentary, the Wisconsin Medical Society's response to the film's call to action, and the importance of talking with patients about end-of-life wishes at a time when they're not dying.
On April 9th, the Milwaukee Press Club announced the preliminary results of its 82nd Annual MPC Awards for Excellence in Wisconsin Journalism competition and Consider the Conversation: A Documentary on a Taboo Subject, which originally aired on Milwaukee Public Television in August of 2011, was among the finalists in the "Best Documentary or News Special" category.
Michael Bernhagen and Terry Kaldhusdal are pleased to announce that Consider the Conversation: A Documentary on a Taboo Subject has won three awards in The Accolade Film, Television, New Media & Videography Competition. The recognition included an Award of Excellence for Short Documentary and Awards of Merit for Concept and Viewer Impact: Content/Message Delivery.