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A guide for bias-free communication

The Oregon State University's guide to good communication with students; the guide is a useful resource on general bias-free communication.

Link [Last update: 2007-01-05; 11:05]

Overview of models and strategies for overcoming linguistic and cultural barriers to health care

US site offers valuable models. Health care orgs use a wide spectrum of strategies for overcoming linguistic and cultural barriers to care. These include the use of bilingual providers, bilingual/bicultural community health workers, interpreters, and translated written materials. Certain strategies may work best in a particular health care setting, while others have wide application and can be useful in all settings.

Link [Last update: 2007-01-05; 11:05]

Language issues: an introduction to good communication

This section is taken from the above document 'providing care to patients from culturally and linguistically diverse background'. Produced by Queensland Health.(Aust)

Link [Last update: 2007-01-05; 11:05]

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