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Now that I have presented an idea of what both marianismo and machismo are (or are not) as well as the impact they can have on health and well-being, I would like to offer some possible ways to introduce these … Continue reading
In the podcast number 49 by L de Lengua, the hosts interviewed four professors of Spanish as a foreign language who are currently teaching in Mexico. The objective was to discuss if teaching Spanish in Mexico is the same as … Continue reading
Welcome to Ayuda, doctor. This blog was created as a space to reflect on the care of Spanish speaking patients in a medical setting. The central focus will be the adaptation of Spanish for healthcare professionals courses in order to … Continue reading