Gray Areas in Language-Concordant Healthcare: a Graduating Medical Student’s Reflection on the Experience and Research on Language and Cultural Competence
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I would like to thank Dr. Patricia Mullan for her extraordinary insight and guidance throughout this project as well as Mark MacEachern for helping me develop a strategy for my literature search. I also want to thank my strong and compassionate parents for their constant support, especially my mother for allowing me to share her story.
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