Medicine meets a culture gap
USA Today, February 14, 2008
A growing amount of research is investigating whether small cultural differences could be a big reason for the nation's persistent healthcare disparities. In 2005, New Jersey became the first state to require cultural-competence education for physicians to get licenses. The federal government is now financing studies to examine whether the training can help healthcare workers get diverse groups to comply better with doctors' orders.
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