Monique Germain

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Reply to [ARCHIVED] Bridging the Language Gap: Overcoming Language Barriers in Health Care

Nov. 19, 2016
Lourdes, Thank you for such an important topic. Yes, interpreters should be collaborating partners in providing culturally-congruent information to people whose language proficiency is limited (that includes deaf populations). The cost of hiring an interpreter can be prohibitive to some institutions, and the patient either does not receive any information ...

Reply to Follow-up from Conference on ICUs in Low Income Countries - competencies...

Oct. 23, 2016
Thank you, Elizabeth. This adds up to our bookshelf. Monique Sent from my BlackBerry 10 smartphone. Elizabeth Glaser replied to a (http://email.ghdonline.org/c/eJxFT8tqwzAQ_Brr1mBLrh8HHdIUBwIJKSRp6SXIsmSp1av2mjT5-sotJbDsMgMzOyMs0-YM1yBoEMM5-BGQpqvlRm1fD_tvW4w3meCnU_UO67Cfjm-nDdk65TJ_XLcH1ky7XfhkjZOrlyRPZ7NF_7u5t0jRlFRMclzLTJS8fcwzwrnouKzykrSklWgaxRAGL7URZ93RrMQ1zuoKGaoAwpiQZYKbOJfLZdGrzjujnVj4oY_crB3jFUbfWCtAPfSGRW5WkEZ3CXn-90twIf1gGUROgTURz50j0m4E5gDFvHZyGq5zjByndY7RQK13-msSH20volq72PFej3sHwsFf7qrA8RXqKClL8gMmAXGb) discussion in (http://email.ghdonline.org/c/eJxFUMtqwzAQ_Br75mBLxo-DD2mKA4GEFJK09BIUe22rtVeqHrjp13fdUgpC0gzL7MzAJOR4dXcNlQZz1cq6UFab9W7YP5-On1Nmv7qAPVyKV7fVR39-uez4HgdM1Hl7O4naHw76XdTYbZ6CNF7EVv3P3agpHKpSpEmRsq5NilbEOQEuEuhyAbekyaENvQWjjerkCFfZVknOSpaURThWg3PaBnwdsJrOPM-rfmgVjhJhpUxPHHpjJS6_VtrGWysVElgyRI3CDgxgA1GnxlHNXkcKI0ljkcSICHrII9CkX1bwWrYBf_wzELCsU2YSjrjBTSPhpSRCEq0T6ALGDejxHrGUx1nEQxKbPEp3X3KkLC5TFppqUig_PLzdeiA1iVTSfz9k0gG63-BFxmh12FY8z_k3yqKIBQ) Global Health Nursing & Midwifery: (http://email.ghdonline.org/c/eJxFT8tqwzAQ_BrpaGzJ8eOgQ5riQCAhhSQtvRg_ZFuttVL1wE2_vnJLKSzLzsDszHDZiLl2d82Z5qbWyjos2G57mI7Pl_OnzOzXgMjDrXh1e33215fbgR5hgkRd9-2lqfzppN-bCobdE0rj9Vk0_uxOSTyxpqDpECe0LPo4aXlO83jD23TTZnFHC1pib7nRRg1i5rXoWZKTkiRlgWc2OactoltEqjDLskTj1CuYBfBImTFw4I0VsF6IVqJH9PFPjkg2KCMbF7jJyTngtWJAAqxrwOEQT3oQ7r66piQuU4INkwrEh-dv7ciDWkCo9N-mU-A4uN-YRUaCFe4ZzXP6DVvDah4) WHO has documents on emergency triage and treatment of children geared for LMIC especially where facilities may have nurses ...

Reply to POST-Conference Discussion Oct 17-21: Nurses - A Force for Change - Improving Health Systems' Resilience

Oct. 22, 2016
Elizabeth, Thanks for your post. The questions you posed are very good policy and research questions. I think that last week's conference opened the door for nurses to dialogue about outmigration of health providers and global health as a unidirectional endeavor. More importantly, it becomes imperative that all nurses from ...

Reply to POST-Conference Discussion Oct 17-21: Nurses - A Force for Change - Improving Health Systems' Resilience

Oct. 21, 2016
Dr. Astle, Thank you for posting such valuable information. The problem that I see in integrating global health competencies in any discipline especially in nursing, is that there is a disconnect between what we think ought to happen in other countries and what we do when we are on the ...

Reply to New Global Health Massive Online Course

Oct. 21, 2016
Found it!


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