Cultural Competence in Health Care

Andrea Moxley, Nidhi Mahendra & Carmen Vega-Barachowitz
Consequently, speech-language pathologists and audiologists working in the health care setting must be prepared to provided services that are respectful of and responsive to cultural and linguistic needs of a diverse patient population. For instance, health care disparities in racial and ethnic minorities in the United States can no longer be discounted or ignored. The Institute of Medicine (IOM) Report, Unequal Treatment, summarized a growing body of literature documenting racial or ethnic differences in health...
This data repository is not currently reporting usage information. For information on how your repository can submit usage information, please see our documentation.