Seed-Fund-awarded study recruiting participants and caregiver advisors

Drs. Wenshan Li and Krystal Kehoe MacLeod are recruiting study participants and caregiver advisors for their study, “Exploring the Experiences of Spousal and Child Caregivers from Minority Groups Caring for Family Members at the End-of-Life.” This project, a qualitative study seeking to understand the experiences of family caregivers of older adults from racial, ethno-cultural, or linguistic minority groups at the end-of-life, was awarded funding in the PCPCRC’s 2023 Seed Funding Competition.

The goal is to understand resources for minority caregivers and explore how caregiving experiences shape decisions for their own care. To participate, contact Dr. Kehoe MacLeod at

For more information on this study, visit the study page.

Download the recruitment posters here.

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