This special report in the Living With Grief® series examines African American attitudes about care at the end of life, offers explanations as to why hospice, historically, has not been a choice for many African Americans, looks at grief and the African American community, and suggests ways to reach out to African Americans who are making end-of-life decisions.
Tawara D. Goode, MA
Wanda Henry-Jenkins, MHS
Karla FC Holloway, PhD
Richard Payne, MD
One Continuing Education credit for social workers, nurses and counselors are available for an additional $12.50. (Evaluation and exam required)