Roundtable discussion on African-American perspectives on end-of-life care

This grant provides support to Tuskegee University's Center for Bioethics in Research and Health Care (The Center) for a two-day roundtable discussion on African-American perspectives on end-of-life care. The Center will convene a select group of professional caregivers, clergy, funeral directors, representatives of the criminal justice system, and academicians. The participants will be asked to discuss end-of-life issues they believe to be of utmost significance to the African-American community and to identify topics and criteria for a set of commissioned papers. These commissioned papers would serve as the framework for a future national conference and are intended to contribute to the body of knowledge in this field as well as facilitate dialogue and strategic planning for education, outreach, and research.

Grant Details

Amount Awarded $100,305.00

Awarded on: 3/24/2000

Time frame: 5/1/2000 - 2/28/2001

Grant Number: 37552


Tuskegee University

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Tuskegee, 36088-1923