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The seven common values of medical interpretation. Featured

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Part 2 of 3. Confidentiality, cultural competence and impartiality

The healthcare interpreter spends valuable time with LEP patients (e.g. waiting for the nurse or doctor to arrive, time between appointments, etc). However, this might pose a threat to the code of ethics most healthcare professionals are subjected to. Learn ways to promote confidentiality, cultural competence and impartiality with this episode. This is the second part of a three-part series exploring more about the complexity of the Medical Interpreting code of Ethics. 

 

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