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Caring for Somali women: Implications for clinician–patient communication

Caring for Somali women: Implications for clinician–patient communication,10.1016/j.pec.2007.01.008,Patient Education and Counseling,Jennifer Carroll,

Caring for Somali women: Implications for clinician–patient communication   (Citations: 18)
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ObjectiveWe sought to identify characteristics associated with favorable treatment in receipt of preventive healthcare services, from the perspective of resettled African refugee women.
Journal: Patient Education and Counseling - PATIENT EDUC COUNS , vol. 66, no. 3, pp. 337-345, 2007
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    • ...Similarly, some immigrant women are considered to prefer care from providers of the same ethnic group, and from female care providers, because of the sensitive nature of obstetric matters (Beine, Fullteron, Palinkas, & Anders, 1995; Carroll, Epstein, Fiscella, Gipson, et al, 2007)...

    Pauline Binderet al. Shared Language Is Essential: Communication in a Multiethnic Obstetric...

    • ...In response to such findings, scholars and counselors have begun implementing and reporting interventions geared specifically toward improving the mental health of displaced African women both in sub-Saharan Africa (Bolton et al, 2007) and beyond (Akinsulure-Smith, Ghiglione, & Wollmershauser, 2009; Carroll et al, 2007; Guerin, Elmi, & Guerin, 2006; Loewy, Williams, & Keleta, 2002; McMichael & Manderson, 2004; Whittaker, Hardy, Lewis, & Buchan, 2005)...

    Adeyinka M. Akinsulure-Smith. Using Group Work to Rebuild Family and Community Ties Among Displaced ...

    • ...Qualitative studies support the importance of patients feeling respected by healthcare professionals for a favourable healthcare experience (Matthews & Callister, 2004; Morgan, 2006; Carroll et al, 2007) while quantitative studies have shown that reports of being treated with respect and dignity by doctors are associated with patient satisfaction, adherence to the doctor's advice, optimal preventive care and treatment-seeking behaviours (Blanchard & Lurie, 2004; Beach et al, 2005)...

    Claudine Clucaset al. Influence of patients' self-respect on their experience of feeling res...

    • ...Language commonly is cited as a hindrance for refugees in accessing health care in Australia, the United Kingdom and the United States, as is access to transport (Allotey, Manderson, & Grover, 2001; Carroll et al, 2007; Correa Velez et al, 2005; Davies & Bath, 2001)...

    Linda Murrayet al. The Experiences of African Women Giving Birth in Brisbane, Australia

    • ...In the US [63] Somali women recognised that a good healthcare practise is characterised by effective verbal and nonverbal communication, feeling valued and understood, availability of female interpreters and clinicians and sensitivity to privacy for gynaecologic concerns...

    Maili Malinet al. Maternal care and birth outcomes among ethnic minority women in Finlan...

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