Low levels of uptake by doctors of a national free health interpreter service: secondary analysis of Australian data
Background. One in thirty-five Australians has poor proficiency in English, and may need language support in health consultations. Australia has the world's most extensive system of fee-free provision of interpreters for doctors, but the degree of uptake
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