Posted: October 27, 2020
Dr. Camille Burnett was recently a featured guest on 'End Well Live', talking with End Well founder Dr. Shoshana Ungerleider about building equity and structural justice in communities of color, as it relates to the end of life.
End Well Live is a weekly, virtual conversation on Facebook Live with a special guest about how we can collectively find community and best support those facing serious illness, support caregivers and families.
End Well Live is also part of the overall End Well organization, which is dedicated to the belief that all people should experience the end of life in a way that matches their values and goals. When faced with issues of mortality, we often suffer needlessly for a variety of reasons, from cultural and clinical to matters of access. End Well brings together a multidisciplinary community that unites design, technology, health, policy, and activist initiatives to create a cultural shift to transform our thinking around the end of life.
End Well's Take 10 virtual event
Dr. Burnett is also joining an A-list group of speakers including Soledad O'Brien, Andy Cohen, Dr. Atul Gawande, and others for End Well's 'Take 10' virtual symposium on Dec. 10. to discuss something many of us don't often prepare for: the end of life. The event is free and will feature innovative discussions on something many of us don't prepare for: the end of life.
To learn more about Take 10, the speakers and how to register, visit https://endwellproject.org/take-10-end-well-2020/.