Communication Competence in Health Care: The Case of the Cross-Cultural Caregivers
The authors of this case study point out that more and more people live in a multicultural environment today, which means that many health practitioners have to interact with people from different cultures.
KeywordsCultural Competence Cultural Distance Iranian Woman Communication Competence Arab Woman
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