Senior woman talks with a doctor online

Navigating Telehealth in Limited English Proficiency Populations

The goal of this article is to highlight best practices in Telemedicine as they are emerging during the Covid-19 pandemic and the barriers and facilitators to a successful Telehealth visit with Limited English Proficiency (LEP) patients.

August 3, 2020 · Article

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Female nurse taking blood pressure of female patient in a hospital bed

Translated Nurse-to-Patient Communication Pages – Harborview

Pages developed with nurses and interpreters to aid caregivers in communicating basic information to their patients.

October 5, 2016

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Language expert Mekonnen Gebretsadik and Benji Perin discussing Tigrigna phrases.

Phrases of Courtesy in Nine Languages: A Tool for Medical Providers

Features videos of native speakers saying phrases of courtesy in nine languages. This tool is to help develop rapport in the interpreted health encounter.

August 8, 2013 · Article, Video

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Diabetes in the Eritrean and Ethiopian Community: Recommendations for Educators

Article addressing some of the unique cultural factors in the Eritrean and Ethiopian immigrant communities of Seattle that impact diabetes self-management.

June 1, 2010 · Article

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Ethiopian Traditional Medications and their Interactions with Conventional Drugs

This article discusses the use of traditional medicine by Ethiopian immigrant patients in conjunction with conventional medications. It describes herbs and spices commonly used in traditional medicine and potential interactions with conventional medications.

November 3, 2009

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Ethiopian Teff Grain

More About Ethiopian Food: Teff

Information about Teff, a staple in the Ehiopian and Eritrean diet, and some of the nutritional benefits, and health implications.

September 14, 2009 · Article

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Injera, fasting food, Ethiopia

ABIY TSOM The Great Lent

Dietary and medical implications of fasting for followers of the Ethiopian Orthodox Church.

August 14, 2009 · Article

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Injura teff and vegetables

The Traditional Foods of the Central Ethiopian Highlands

Information about traditional Ethiopian food and food preparation based on studies carried out as part of an applied nutrition program within the framework of the Children’s Nutrition Unit.

August 14, 2009 · Article

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Skin Decorations in East African Patients

A short clinical pearl about the use of henna as skin decoration.

August 7, 2009 · Article

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eritrean girl

Uvulectomy

Look more closely the next time that you examine the throat of a patient born in Africa. Is the uvula […]

September 1, 1996 · Article

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Peripartum and Infant Care Issues and Practices among Refugee Groups in Seattle

Some traditional practices around pregnancy and infant care in Southeast Asian and East African groups in Seattle.

August 1, 1996

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Circular Burn Scarring on Asian and African Patients

A short clinical pearl about patterned circular scars on the skin of Asian and African patients.

August 1, 1996 · Article

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