A Standard for Medical Spanish Credentialing


do not receive proper training on use of medical interpreters, and suggest updating residency training curricula. The authors do not address their selection bias for programs in areas of high limited English proficiency (LEP), which likely led to overestimating pediatric residents' proficiency in working with interpreters. With nearly 10% of the U.S… (More)
DOI: 10.1097/ACM.0000000000000179


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@inproceedings{ORourke2014ASF, title={A Standard for Medical Spanish Credentialing}, author={Katherine M. O’Rourke and Gregory Gruener}, booktitle={Academic medicine : journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges}, year={2014} }