- Identify three reasons why we should work to bridge language barriers when communicating with our patients
- List five ways to improve our ability to communicate with limited English speaking patients including how to work with trained or untrained interpreters, and
- Identify available resources to make our practices more friendly for limited English speaking patients
This is a great resource for considering how to make accessible forensic healthcare available for all patients; particularly when you consider how critical patient statements are in our line of work, and the sensitive nature of what we ask translators to interpret. I haven’t included anything for awhile on the subject, but this could be a good one.
ReachMD is free, but requires site registration to access. No CEUs for nurses, but there are CMEs for our physician colleagues.