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Knowledge and attitudes in multicultural health care



Knowledge and attitudes in multicultural health care



Child: Care Health and Development 27(5): 439-450



Health professionals' knowledge of ethnic minority cultures and lifestyles was assessed to determine whether the respondents' cultural background and experience of working with ethnic minorities affected the health care delivered by them and to assess the need for training. Improving access to health services for ethnic minorities requires continuing education and training of all health professionals.

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PMID: 11531916

DOI: 10.1046/j.1365-2214.2001.00215.x


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