Enhancing Medical Student-Interpreter Collaboration in an Urban Free Clinic.

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Summary of "Enhancing Medical Student-Interpreter Collaboration in an Urban Free Clinic."

Cultural barriers and patient-provider language discordance exert deleterious effects on patient care. One solution has been the integration of medical interpreters into the care of patients with limited English proficiency. While medical schools and residency programs have started developing training programs on how to work with medical interpreters, no similar endeavor has been reported by student-run free clinics.


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Name: Family medicine
ISSN: 1938-3800
Pages: 593-597


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