Promising Practices in Healthcare. Language Access Advocacy Project California 2004. Promising Practices in Health Care. Purpose of Presentation: To provide highlights of existing promising practices in the provision and financing of language services in health care Overview of Presentation
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Language Access Advocacy Project California 2004
Source: “A Functional Manual for Providing Linguistically Competent Health Care Services as Developed by a Community Health Center”
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Source: “Language Services Action Kit: Interpreter Services in Health Care Settings for People with Limited English Proficiency”
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Alice Chen and Gem Daus
Ellen Wu and Martin Martinez
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Teresa Alvarado and Sengthiene Bosavanh
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