NBTS Students and Alumni/ae are invited to a conversation with Dr. Richard Payne, MD, Duke Divinity School – “End of Life Care for African Americans”
Dr. Payne, along with colleagues at Howard University College of Medicine, through a grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, created “APPEAL” (A Progressive Palliative Care Educational Curriculum for African Americans at Life’s End) to address issues of:
- Cultural and Spiritual Beliefs
- Mistrust of Health Care Institutions
- Communication Needs of African Americans facing end-of-life care
Hageman Hall • Refreshments will be served
Admission is free, but registration is preferred. Please use the registration form below.
Sponsored by the NBTS Center for Leadership and Continuing Education