All people shall have the right to health care on equal terms. Today, however, puts language and cultural barriers in health care barriers for this. The barriers at risk the safety of patients and make our healthcare meetings ineffective. IFMSA-Sweden has therefore gone along with Care to Translate to launch the Language Evenings.
Language Evenings aim to broaden our linguistic and cultural skills that health workers to eventually improve care and make it more equitable for patients. Language Evenings we will talk about the language and culture of the language's origin is linked to.
Do you know anyone who could hold a Language Evening? Or perhaps you are self-interested? Hear that case feel free to[email protected]ıfmsa.se
Language Night Premiere: Sara Babiker talking about Arab and Nema Abdi Hakim talking about Somalia.