Verbal communication between doctors and patients is vitally important. Without it, patients cannot adequately explain symptoms, discuss preferred treatments, or ask questions, and physicians can find it more challenging to diagnose, prescribe care options, or recommend healthy behaviors.
In this first-ever comprehensive study, we examine the second languages spoken by multilingual U.S. physicians, focusing on:
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