Pulitzer Prize-winning author Ellen Goodman (center) with Schwartz Center Executive Director Julie Rosen (left) and Mimi Bartholomay, a Schwartz Center board member and oncology nurse at Mass General Hospital. (Randy H. Goodman)
Pulitzer Prize-winning author Ellen Goodman (center) with Schwartz Center Executive Director Julie Rosen (left) and Mimi Bartholomay, a Schwartz Center board member and oncology nurse at Mass General Hospital. (Randy H. Goodman)

Pulitzer-winning former Boston Globe columnist Ellen Goodman was at the Schwartz Center for Compassionate Healthcare’s 11th annual “Celebration of Women in Healthcare” event the other night to talk about “The Conversation Project,” her movement that encourages families to talk about end-of-life wishes before it’s too late. About 400 people were in the audience fort the talk, including Schwartz Center Executive Director Julie Rosen and Mimi Bartholomay, a Schwartz Center board member who’s also an oncology nurse at Mass General.

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