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Voices of Advance Care Planning Viewer Comments

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"Voices of Advance Care Planning"
 
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  • “I appreciate the Hmong expression “When you reach 120 years” as a way to sensitively express the process of living a full life.”
  • “I appreciated the Islamic approach to advance care planning in the “do no harm “– “write your will”  statement as well as the Quran’s prohibition of pain and suffering.  The Somali faith teaching to “complete your will before you sleep” also gave me a new perspective.”
  • “I appreciated the Muslim recommendation to “Ask the knowledgeable if you do not know” about ACP and completing a health care directive.”
  • “I felt a greater sense of immediacy in completing the healthcare directive among persons of all ages.  The videos are highly “to the point” and detailed.  The presenters are real and authentic.  What a great learning tool!”
  • “I was amazed at how much I learned from the videos as a European American English ACP advocate and educator.  “Very thoughtful and highly respectful of diversity within the cultures.”
  • “The videos provide good evidence of cultural sensitivity and respect for cultural uniqueness.  Excellent examples across the Latino/Hispanic, Hmong and Somali communities were included.  The content avoided cultural stereotypes - congratulations on a great production!”
  • “I really enjoyed how the sense of family, faith and respect came through the conversations.  I also appreciated the underlying message that ACP is important and doesn’t need to be feared!”
  • "This is an important topic for all cultures.  The videos give us great insight even though we may not have the opportunity to work with individuals of these cultures.”
  • "My exposure to these perspectives has made me much more aware of sensitive cultural ACP aspects.  I am more focused on being consistently inclusive.  I am also more aware of the richness within these highly diverse communities.”
  • “The videos did a very nice job of representing a cross-section of the Latino/Hispanic community.  Individuals spoke personally – not on behalf of their culture.  Inspirational work, no stereotypes.”


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