Clinical tips: Language, culture and medicines

pharmacist with patient explaining medicines
Language and culture doesn't have to be a barrier to communication about health and medicines, writes Karalyn Huxhagen When interacting with patients/consumers it is important that they understand the pharmacist and the messages we deliver. For many languages there are dialect and tribal differences in language. Questions to consider include: Who to use as an

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