The IU Center for Bioethics is committed to creating an environment that embraces different perspectives and opinions on some of the challenging problems in society. To improve race relations and health outcomes, tough discussions are a must. The bioethics and race series aims to facilitate this talk and to encourage change and progress from all front.
- Speaker: Elizabeth A. Nelson, PhD
- Speaker: Brownsyne Tucker Edmonds, MD, MPH, MS; Associate Professor Obstetrics & Gynecology; Assistant Dean for Diversity Affairs, IU School of Medicine
1. Discuss racial differences in end-of-life decision making
2. Develop a historical and cultural context for understanding these differences
a. Untimely deaths, unequal treatment, and the ‘not-so-good’ death
3. Consider the implications for clinical care
4. Tools & Resources: 5 ‘F’s Framework
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