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Going back to a previous topic of discussion in this blog –teaching the intersection of Latino culture and medicine to healthcare professionals–, in this post I would like to present one that is often forgotten: pregnancy and childbirth beliefs. This … Continue reading
Since this blog is dedicated to teaching Spanish to healthcare professionals, I would like to take this opportunity to let you know about a new intensive course offered by the Universidad de Oviedo in Asturias, Spain. For more information on … Continue reading
Lately in this blog, I have been discussing cultural values of Latino patients and the importance of cultural self-awareness on the part of the doctor. However, cultural beliefs and biases do not affect only the doctors and patients, but also … Continue reading