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In this lesson, we will discuss the importance of excellent communication in healthcare, as well as the need of having doctors who can talk fluently in English. We look at the issues that non-English speaking patients encounter and how a doctor’s fluency in English can bridge the language gap, resulting in better healthcare outcomes. Join us as we discuss the significance of “Talk English with Doctor” initiatives and how they improve patient-doctor interactions.
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Effective Communication! For accurate diagnoses, proper treatment plans, and overall patient satisfaction, effective communication between healthcare providers and patients is critical. Clear and unambiguous communication aids in the development of trust, reduces misconceptions, and allows patients to actively engage in their own healthcare decisions. Unfortunately, when there are language limitations, these fundamental parts of treatment can be jeopardised.
In a diverse and multicultural culture, it is critical to ensure good communication in healthcare. By participating in projects like “Talk English with Doctor,” healthcare providers may overcome the language divide, empower patients, and improve healthcare results. English fluency allows doctors to give compassionate care, effectively diagnose illnesses, and provide appropriate treatment strategies. Let us aim for a future in which language obstacles no longer prevent patients from receiving adequate healthcare and in which patients can convey their requirements with confidence and ease.
Talk to Doctor With These Sentences
Improved Patient-Doctor Communication: The fundamental advantage of “Talk English with Doctor” programmes is the construction of effective communication channels between doctors and patients who do not speak English. Clear communication allows patients to accurately articulate their worries, symptoms, and medical history, allowing clinicians to make more informed diagnoses and develop individualised treatment regimens.
The “Talk English with Doctor” project has many advantages, including greater communication, patient empowerment, trust-building, accurate medical histories, culturally responsive care, reduced healthcare inequities, and improved patient safety. By participating in these programmes, healthcare providers can ensure that language obstacles do not prevent patients from receiving appropriate care, resulting in better health outcomes and patient experiences.
English to Urdu Sentences
|I have toothache.||میرے دانت میں درد ہے۔|
|The dentist extracted two of my teeth.||دندان ساز نے میرے دو دانت نکال دیئے۔|
|His eyes are sore.||اس کی آنکھیں دکھتی ہیں۔|
|My eyes are running.||میری آنکھوں سے پانی بہتا ہے۔|
|I am feeling giddy.||میرا سر چکر کھا رہا ہے۔|
|His health broke down.||اس کی صحت خراب ہو گئی۔|
|He is confined to bed.||وہ چار پائی سے اٹھ نہیں سکتا۔|
|My digestion has been upset.||میرا ہاضمہ بگڑ گیا ہے۔|
|He has a light fever.||اسے ہلکا (معمولی) بخار ہے۔|
|I am a bit better today.||مجھے آج قدرے آرام ہے۔|
|Mr. Doctor; please feel my pulse.||ڈاکٹر صاحب امیری نبض دیکھئے۔|
|He has now turned the corner.||اب اس کی صحت رو بہ ترقی ہے۔|
|The doctor has given up all hopes.||ڈاکٹر نے جواب دے دیا ہے۔|
|He is hard of hearing.||وہ اونچا سنتا ہے۔|
|The patient has taken the medicine.||مریض نے دوائی پی لی ہے۔|
|Malaria is raging in the city.||شہر میں ملیریا کا زور ہے۔|
|The patient requires a change of air.||مریض کو تبد یلئی ہوا کی ضرورت ہے۔|
|I am bitten by a mosquito.||مجھے مچھر نے کاٹ لیا ہے۔|
|Look! let you should be hurt.||دیکھنا کہیں چوٹ نہ آ جائے۔|
|Please, ring up the doctor.||ڈاکٹر صاحب کو فون کریں۔|
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