Crosss Case 4

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Assignment:

For this assignment, read the background information and then learn about Diane Mathis’ experience with non-English-speaking patients.

Read the Intro and the Case Story. Then listen to the Lecture. http://support.mchtraining.net/national_ccce/case2/home.html

Before you begin your paper, review the Critical Thinking Rubric linked below. Refer to it as you develop your paper. It will be used to assess and grade your paper.

In a paper:

  1. Compare and contrast the range of medical language interpretation and describe what is considered “best practice.”
  2. Consider and describe at least two scenarios in situations in which patients are non-English speaking and qualified language interpretation is not provided. What are the key ethical principles to be considered? What are the implications for the patient in each alternative?
  3. How would the scenario relate to your own health profession's code of ethics? If you are not currently working in health care, you should use the code of ethics for the profession you plan to pursue upon graduation.
Expectations: 3 pages, 3 cited sources from required reading..

Required Reading:

Coalition of National Health Education Organizations (CNHEO). (2017). Code ethics for the health education profession. Retrieved from http://cnheo.org/ethics.html

Society for Public Health Education (SOPHE). (2017). Code of ethics for the health education profession. Retrieved from http://www.sophe.org/careers/ethics/

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Minority Health (2017). The national standards for Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Services in Health and Health Care (CLAS). Retrieved from https://minorityhealth.hhs.gov/omh/browse.aspx?lvl=2&lvlid=53

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peachblack
School: Rice University

Please find attached, let me know if you need any editing. Thank you.

Outline

Introduction

Body

Conclusion


Running head: LINGUISTIC CHALLENGES IN HEALTH CARE

Linguistic Challenges in Health Care in US
Student’s Name
Institution’s Name

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LINGUISTIC CHALLENGES IN HEALTH CARE

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Linguistic Challenges in Health Care

Provision of services irrespective of the field of interest or profession is based on the
means of communication as well as the diction used between and among the interacting parties.
In the provision of health services, things are not any different because every form treatment is
based on the communication between the patient and the doctor before a diagnosis is carried out.
Therefore the interpretation of information by qualified medical interpreters in the provision of
health services in vital in administering the right medication to the patients. The interpreter
connects both parties that do not have a standard language through which they can communicate.
Thus there is a need for health institutions to contract or employee qualified interpreters for
better and quality service delivery in the health sector.

Question 1

The code of conduct of physicians and the guidelines that highlight how they should
work professionally and make decisions wherever required is paramount in the health sector.
Therefore the physicians have the responsibility of ensuring they observe the patients’ rights and
make decisions that would be beneficial to the society than causing ...

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