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Study - Interpreters in ER may limit medical errors

Having professional interpreters for non-English-speaking patients were found to reduce mistakes which could have "clinical consequences" according to a recent US study. "The findings document that interpreter errors of potential clinical consequence are significantly more likely to occur when there is an "ad hoc" or no interpreter, compared with a professional interpreter," said lead researcher Glenn Flores, of the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas. To read more about the results of this study, click on "View" below.


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