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Dr. Rudo Nyamapfumba, Dr. Letitia Browne-James, Tomeka Glenn, & Amy Wright, CSA (moderator) discuss the intersectionality of race, culture, and end of life care.
Hosted by Amy Wright & Co.; Co-sponsored by Care Patrol of Austin & CareFor
00:00 Welcome & Introduction
06:18 Blackness & identity. Why does the language we use matter?
10:37 82% of Medicare Hospice benefit recipients are white. Does this statistic shock you? Why or why not?
35:50 Do you think the difference between identifying with a particular racial group or belonging to particular culture matters as it pertains to healthcare? Is this a conversation about equity?
47:35 How are the dying & bereaved cared for in your culture of origin? How has the diaspora integrated those values with Black American culture or American culture, in general?
53.36 What can providers who serve older adults and the Black community do to be a better partner? What is the most important take away from this conversation?