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What is the Conversation Project? – An Interview with Martha Hayward

The Conversation Project seeks to share and encourage end-of-life discussion

Martha Hayward is the Lead for Public and Patient Engagement at the Conversation Project, a Boston-based non-profit “dedicated to helping people talk about their end-of-life wishes.” The Conversation Project offers conversation-starters, information resources, and a venue for users around the … Continue reading

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Let’s Have a Discussion About End-of-Life Care

A story about the financial cost of dying reminds us of the physical and emotional price.

A recent article in the San Jose Mercury News not only let writer Lisa Krieger share the story of her father’s final days with intrigued readers, but also taught the author some valuable lessons about what she considers “a good … Continue reading

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“Consider the Conversation”

A Documentary on a Taboo Subject: The End-of-Life

In early 2009, hospice worker Mike Bernhagen and filmmaker Terry Kaldhusdal of southern Wisconsin came together for a project that would become the film Consider the Conversation: A Documentary on a Taboo Subject. The project explores the 21st century American … Continue reading

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