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When patients get lost in translation
 

When patients get lost in translation

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Whether in a foreign country or locally, it is common to be faced with people from different backgrounds. HCPs may have a command of more than one language, bbut what if none of these is a language that the patient is familiar with?
 
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31 Oct 2016 - General
 
Maria Cristina Inserto English workout in majority cases to communicate. It is more difficult to deal with non locals and somee European countries where speaks only local languages. It is d...
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Oh it's always hard to treat a patient who is of a different foreign tongue, especially when this patient is not fluent in English. For me, I like it best when patients are fluent in both Filipino and English because procedures are best explained...
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