Informed consent at stake? Language barriers in medical interactions with immigrant anaesthetists. A conversation analytical study

Borowski D, Koreik U, Ohm U, Riemer C, Rahe-Meyer N (2019)
BMC Health Services Research 19: 597.

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2019
Zeitschriftentitel
BMC Health Services Research
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19
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597
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1472-6963
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Borowski D, Koreik U, Ohm U, Riemer C, Rahe-Meyer N. Informed consent at stake? Language barriers in medical interactions with immigrant anaesthetists. A conversation analytical study. BMC Health Services Research. 2019;19: 597.
Borowski, D., Koreik, U., Ohm, U., Riemer, C., & Rahe-Meyer, N. (2019). Informed consent at stake? Language barriers in medical interactions with immigrant anaesthetists. A conversation analytical study. BMC Health Services Research, 19, 597. doi:10.1186/s12913-019-4389-2
Borowski, D., Koreik, U., Ohm, U., Riemer, C., and Rahe-Meyer, N. (2019). Informed consent at stake? Language barriers in medical interactions with immigrant anaesthetists. A conversation analytical study. BMC Health Services Research 19:597.
Borowski, D., et al., 2019. Informed consent at stake? Language barriers in medical interactions with immigrant anaesthetists. A conversation analytical study. BMC Health Services Research, 19: 597.
D. Borowski, et al., “Informed consent at stake? Language barriers in medical interactions with immigrant anaesthetists. A conversation analytical study”, BMC Health Services Research, vol. 19, 2019, : 597.
Borowski, D., Koreik, U., Ohm, U., Riemer, C., Rahe-Meyer, N.: Informed consent at stake? Language barriers in medical interactions with immigrant anaesthetists. A conversation analytical study. BMC Health Services Research. 19, : 597 (2019).
Borowski, Damaris, Koreik, Uwe, Ohm, Udo, Riemer, Claudia, and Rahe-Meyer, Niels. “Informed consent at stake? Language barriers in medical interactions with immigrant anaesthetists. A conversation analytical study”. BMC Health Services Research 19 (2019): 597.

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