The Indie film broadcast 600+ times on 176 PBS stations in 33 states. Winner of 11 awards including use of film for social change, journalistic excellence and viewer impact. The film that inspired the Wisconsin Medical Society to launch "Honoring Choices Wisconsin", a statewide, collaborative advance care planning initiative. Motivated by their personal experiences with loss, two long-time friends - one a hospice worker and the other a State Teacher of the Year - present a powerful and inspiring film on the American struggle with communication and preparation at life's end. Consider the Conversation examines multiple perspectives on end-of-life care and includes interviews with patients, family members, doctors, nurses, clergy, social workers and national experts from around the country. The film's goal is to inspire dialogue between patient and doctor, husband and wife, parent and child, minister and parishioner. This is not a story about death; it's a film about living life to its fullest. Featuring: Ira Byock, MD; James Cleary, MD; Stephen P. Kiernan; Elliott Fisher, MD; Bernard "Bud" Hammes, PhD; Martin Welsh, MD; Susan Dolan, RN, JD; Doug Smith; Loretta Downs; Rev. Jacqueline Cameron, MDiv, MD; Bruce C. Wilson, MD; Peter J. Kaldhusdal; Audrey R. Vizzard, RN, EdD; James Milford, MD; Catherine Labinski; Daniel Klein; Dee Bennett, RN; and Rev. Dale Susan Edmonds.
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