Shared Brokering: The Development of a Nurse/Interpreter Partnership

@article{Labun1999SharedBT,
  title={Shared Brokering: The Development of a Nurse/Interpreter Partnership},
  author={Evelyn R Labun},
  journal={Journal of Immigrant Health},
  year={1999},
  volume={1},
  pages={215-222}
}
In North America, health care providers are facing an increasingly complex health care system with an increasingly culturally diverse client population. Therefore, it is imperative that care providers are able to work with interpreters who are able to interpret both language and culture. A grounded theory study of nurses' experiences (N = 27) in working with Vietnamese clients provided evidence of the shared brokering concept. Nurses in four major cities in North America were interviewed for… CONTINUE READING

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