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Thursday, May 27, 2021
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM
Online Program


Elaine Kim, LCSW | Bereavement Counselor, Montgomery Hospice and Prince George’s Hospice
Mei-Ching Lee, PHD, MSHS, RN | Associate Professor, University of Maryland Baltimore School of Nursing Organizational Systems and Adult Health Affiliate Faculty; University of Maryland Baltimore School of Medicine Institute for Global Health
Meghna Taneja | Database Administrator & Communication Coordinator, Montgomery Hospice and Prince George’s Hospice
Isabel Tom, MPH | Speaker & Author of The Value of Wrinkles

Did you know that the Pew Research Center reports that the Asian-American population is the fastest growing population in the United States? In this one-hour program, several Asian-American professionals and caregivers share their story and offer perspective on the challenges that Asian-American patients face at the end of life. Healthcare professionals can leave with practical takeaways on how to offer this population better quality healthcare.


  • Discuss major challenges associated with serving the Asian-American community
  • List similarities across the Asian-American community
  • Address challenges for Asian-American patients & families
  • Describe misconceptions society may have about the Asian-American community and how it affects the Asian-American community in regards to healthcare services
  • Provide key takeaways for health professionals serving Asian-American patients & families

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