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Interactive Test about communicating in a multicultural environment

Interactive Test

Communicating in a multilingual environment

Question n° 1/15

The modern view of cultural competence emphasizes …

… that intercultural communication is a process that bridges care and patient need as a vital link in communication with patients and families during tragic circumstances.

… that there is no such a thing as cultural differences and that all humans are completely equal.

… that the cultural differences are profound and cannot be mastered adequately. Misunderstandings between patients and doctors are not avoidable.

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