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Effective Care of Latinos with Diabetes and Limited English ProficiencyGrant Why?
The Association Between Limited English Proficiency and Unplanned Emergency Department Revisit Within 72 Hours.Academic Article Why?
Karliner, LeahPerson Why?
Schillinger, DeanPerson Why?
Effects of limited English proficiency and physician language on health care comprehension.Academic Article Why?
Patterns of interpreter use for hospitalized patients with limited English proficiency.Academic Article Why?
Fernandez, AliciaPerson Why?
Association of Patient-Physician Language Concordance and Glycemic Control for Limited-English Proficiency Latinos With Type 2 Diabetes.Academic Article Why?
Communicating with limited English proficiency persons: implications for nursing practice.Academic Article Why?
Convenient Access to Professional Interpreters in the Hospital Decreases Readmission Rates and Estimated Hospital Expenditures for Patients With Limited English Proficiency.Academic Article Why?
Developing multilingual prescription instructions for patients with limited english proficiency.Academic Article Why?
From admission to discharge: patterns of interpreter use among resident physicians caring for hospitalized patients with limited english proficiency.Academic Article Why?
Health and safety education for limited English proficiency workers. Association of American Occupational Health Nurses JournalAcademic Article Why?
Identifying and preventing medical errors in patients with limited English proficiency: key findings and tools for the field.Academic Article Why?
The impact of limited English proficiency and physician language concordance on reports of clinical interactions among patients with diabetes: the DISTANCE study.Academic Article Why?
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