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Racism in Palliative Care Research: We Still have a Ways to Go

      Abstract

      This series focuses on addressing the intersection of race and racism in palliative care through roundtable discussions with interdisciplinary clinicians, researchers, educators, and leaders in palliative care. These short discussions are intended to stimulate readers to examine issues of race and racism within the field of hospice and palliative care - in the various forms that it appears - as well as serve as a continual call to action to facilitate and promote equity.

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