Engaging Chinese American Adults in Advance Care Planning: A Community-Based, Culturally Sensitive Seminar.

@article{Lee2015EngagingCA,
  title={Engaging Chinese American Adults in Advance Care Planning: A Community-Based, Culturally Sensitive Seminar.},
  author={Mei Ching Y Lee and Katherine A. Hinderer and Erika Friedmann},
  journal={Journal of gerontological nursing},
  year={2015},
  volume={41 8},
  pages={17-21}
}
Ethnic minority groups are less engaged than Caucasian American adults in advance care planning (ACP). Knowledge deficits, language, and culture are barriers to ACP. Limited research exists on ACP and advance directives in the Chinese American adult population. Using a pre-posttest, repeated measures design, the current study explored the effectiveness of a nurseled, culturally sensitive ACP seminar for Chinese American adults on (a) knowledge, completion, and discussion of advance directives… CONTINUE READING
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