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Getting On Season 1: Episode #1 Clip "Language Barrier" (HBO)

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Asian American Health Initiative

Profiles<p>Asian Americans are not homogeneous. Rather, they are diverse ethnic groups originating from approximately 52 different Asian countries from …

Providing High-Quality Care for Limited English Proficient Patients: The Importance of Language Concordance and Interpreter Use

INTRODUCTION<p>According to the 2000 census, approximately 47 million people in the United States speak a language other than English at home and over …

Working with an interpreter in the healthcare setting

Medical slang glossary

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Language presents barriers for some Asian-Americans who enroll in ACA

Language and cultural issues, along with immigration concerns, could still pose major barriers to enrolling Asian-Americans, Native Hawaiians and …

Language Barriers in the Emergency Room

Case<p>Dr. Willis was chief resident in emergency medicine at an inner city hospital. Late one afternoon a young woman was escorted to the emergency …

Effect of Language Barriers on Follow‐up Appointments After an Emergency Department Visit - Sarver - 2000 - Journal of General Internal Medicine

Clare L. Atzema, Laura C. Maclagan and Michelle D. Stevenson, The Transition of Care Between Emergency Department and Primary Care: A Scoping Study,</i> …

The Need for More Research on Language Barriers in Health Care: A Proposed Research Agenda - JACOBS - 2006 - The Milbank Quarterly

Marilize Pretorius, Communication accommodation theory analysis of nurse–patient interaction: Implications for course design, <i>International Journal of</i> …

Effects of Limited English Proficiency and Physician Language on Health Care Comprehension - Wilson - 2005 - Journal of General Internal Medicine

Lucinda B. Leung, Arturo Vargas‐Bustamante, Ana E. Martinez, Xiao Chen and Hector P. Rodriguez, Disparities in Diabetes Care Quality by English …

Resources for Limited English Proficient Patients – SCAN

Language Barriers<p>Research shows that Limited English Proficient (LEP) patients are less likely to seek treatment and preventive services, leading to …

Language Barriers to Health Care in the United States

Audio Interview<p>A 12-year-old Latino boy arrived at a Boston emergency department with dizziness and a headache. The patient, whom I'll call Raul, had …

Health Care

IMIA - International Medical Interpreters Association

<b>Promise in New Interpreting Method</b> <br>While it has been shown that interpreting for LEP individuals can improve doctor/patient communication and …

Using Interpreters in Health Care Settings

Key points<p>Accurate assessment of any newcomer child or youth requires complete, optimal communication without misunderstandings on either side. Often …

Study explores underuse of interpreters in hospitals

A new study has found that resident physicians at teaching hospitals underuse interpreter services — often relying on hand gestures or a limited …

Finding Solutions to Language Barriers between Nurses and Their Clients

Document Type<p>Honors<p>Department<p>Nursing<p>Abstract<p>Explores perceptions of current registered nurses' encounters with limited English proficiency (LEP) …

Do Professional Interpreters Improve Clinical Care for Patients with Limited English Proficiency? A Systematic Review of the Literature - Karliner - 2007 - Health Services Research

Jonathan S. Lee, Anna Nápoles, Sunita Mutha, Eliseo J. Pérez-Stable, Steven E. Gregorich, Jennifer Livaudais-Toman and Leah S. Karliner, Hospital …

Communicating With Foreign Language–Speaking Patients: Is Access to Professional Interpreters Enough? - Bischoff - 2010 - Journal of Travel Medicine

Abstract<p><b>Background.</b> The importance of trained interpreters for ensuring adequate communication with limited English proficiency patients is …

Nurse radiographers’ experiences of communication with patients who do not speak the native language - Fatahi - 2010 - Journal of Advanced Nursing

Parveen Azam Ali and Roger Watson, Language barriers and their impact on provision of care to patients with limited English proficiency: Nurses' …

Navigating Language Barriers under Difficult Circumstances | Annals of Internal Medicine | American College of Physicians

The proportion of the U.S. population with limited English proficiency is growing. Physicians often find themselves caring for patients with limited …

Linguistic and Cultural Barriers to Care - Ngo‐Metzger - 2003 - Journal of General Internal Medicine

Kim H. Nguyen, Rena J. Pasick, Susan L. Stewart, Karla Kerlikowske and Leah S. Karliner, Disparities in abnormal mammogram follow‐up time for Asian …

Impact of Interpreter Services on Delivery of Health Care to Limited–English‐proficient Patients - Jacobs - 2001 - Journal of General Internal Medicine

Elizabeth A. Howell, Haywood Brown, Jessica Brumley, Allison S. Bryant, Aaron B. Caughey, Andria M. Cornell, Jacqueline H. Grant, Kimberly D. …

Interpreter Services, Language Concordance, and Health Care Quality - Green - 2005 - Journal of General Internal Medicine

Parveen Azam Ali and Roger Watson, Language barriers and their impact on provision of care to patients with limited English proficiency: Nurses' …

Are Latinos Less Satisfied with Communication by Health Care Providers? - Morales - 1999 - Journal of General Internal Medicine

Denise D. Quigley, Marc N. Elliott, Claude Messan Setodji and Ron D. Hays, Quantifying Magnitude of Group‐Level Differences in Patient Experiences …

Bridging the language barrier: the use of interpreters in primary care nursing - Gerrish - 2004 - Health & Social Care in the Community

Maichou Lor, Phia Xiong, Rebecca J. Schwei, Barbara J. Bowers and Elizabeth A. Jacobs, Limited English proficient Hmong- and Spanish-speaking …

A survey of language barriers from the perspective of pediatric oncologists, interpreters, and parents - Abbe - 2006 - Pediatric Blood & Cancer

Cristiana Hentea, Erika R. Cheng, Nerissa S. Bauer and Emily L. Mueller, Parent‐centered communication at time of pediatric cancer diagnosis: A …

THE IMPACT OF LANGUAGE BARRIERS ON THE HEALTH CARE OF LATINOS IN THE UNITED STATES: A REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE AND GUIDELINES FOR PRACTICE - Timmins - 2002 - Journal of Midwifery & Women's Health

Jafar Bakhshaie, Abigail E. Hanna, Andres G. Viana, Monica Garza, Jeanette Valdivieso, Melissa Ochoa-Perez, Chad Lemaire, Jodi Berger Cardoso, Andrew …