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Lack of Cultural Competency: A Factor in Health Disparities

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    Despite dramatic improvement in American health and life expectancy over the past several decades, racial and ethnic minorities have not benefited equally from this progress. Dr. James Webster, professor of medicine at Northwestern University's Feinberg School of Medicine, and president of the Chicago Board of Health, discusses how improving cultural competence in health care workers can reduce disparities amongst patients. Dr. Maurice Pickard hosts.

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    Despite dramatic improvement in American health and life expectancy over the past several decades, racial and ethnic minorities have not benefited equally from this progress. Dr. James Webster, professor of medicine at Northwestern University's Feinberg School of Medicine, and president of the Chicago Board of Health, discusses how improving cultural competence in health care workers can reduce disparities amongst patients. Dr. Maurice Pickard hosts.

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