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Bridging Cultural and Linguistic Barriers in Palliative Care

Through didactic presentation and case presentation, an expert panel of palliative care providers from various safety net health systems, where diverse patient populations are more common, will address the following:

• The barriers to high-quality end-of-life communication with individuals who have LEP, along with potential solutions for these challenges
• The overt and hidden challenges to building rapport and communicating when patient and provider have different cultural backgrounds
• The opportunities to reduce cultural and linguistic divides using nontraditional health care providers, such as cultural mediators and community health workers

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The American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine (AAHPM) is the professional organization for physicians, nurses and other health care providers specializing in hospice and palliative care. Learn more.


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