Providing a quailty service to patients without English as a first language

A nurse talking to a patient

Interpreting services are failing to meet the needs of black and ethnic minority communities, and risk dilluting the level of patient care. But despite the perceived cost, Maqs Khan explains why investment in interpreting services could safeguard a more efficient future for community care.

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