Further learning is needed for culturally appropriate community education strategies about advance directives and end-of-life discussions.

As of 2019, there are 4.2 million Filipino Americans (FAs) and 1.9 million Korean Americans (KAs) in the United States. In both populations, similar to the broader U.S. culture, one can find health literacy gaps around understanding and utilizing palliative care. In this article in the Journal of Palliative Medicine, authors provide ten cultural pearls to guide clinicians on how to sensitively approach FA and KA groups when addressing palliative and end-of-life discussions.

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