A conversation game may reduce disparity in end-of-life care for African Americans

A conversation game may reduce disparity in end-of-life care for African Americans

People sit around a table playing a board game

A Penn State College of Medicine research team found that playing a simple conversation game may encourage African Americans to make plans for their end-of-life care. In this 2017 image, study participants at a Harrisburg community event play the game "Hello," which involves a series of discussion questions designed to spark conversation about end-of-life care.

IMAGE: Provided by Common Practice LLC / Stephen Moyer