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NHFA August 2023 Webinar

Download the recording from our August 2023 Webinar! This 90-minute event was led by William Dixon and focused on Good Dying from an African American Perspective.

About the Event

In this webinar, palliative care chaplain William Dixon will draw on thirty years of healthcare experience and his doctoral research to explore the concept of good dying from an African American perspective. William will discuss how anti-black systemic racism and African American religious cultures impact individual views of death/dying, and offer thoughts on how to support African American patients at end-of-life.

Register to attend this event live on August 14th at 5pm PT / 8pm ET, or to receive a link to the recording (which is typically made available within one week of the event).

About the Speaker

William Dixon is currently a Palliative Care Chaplain at Inova Fairfax Hospital in the Washington, DC metro area. He is co-author of the chapter on Cultural Humility in the Oxford Medicine Textbook of Palliative Care Communication (2015). William earned his Doctor of Ministry in Pastoral Care from United Theological Seminary in 2008 and is now pursuing a Master of Legal Studies with emphasis in bioethics. He is a Board Certified Chaplain who brings over thirty years of experience in healthcare and ministry, with a speciality in palliative care chaplaincy. 

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