Melbourne, Australia (ABC): Researchers working in north-east Arnhem Land in the Northern Territory tell Indigenous people are not using interpreters to understand aesculapian advice, directing to pitiable health outcomes. Dr Anne Lowell from Charles Darwin University has been researching health communication in Indigenous communities. She says many Indigenous people have a restrained understanding of the cause of illnesses they are suffering, largely because of language barriers. “Even though the interpreter service is there, in the situations we have looked at, interpreters have not been used,” she stated.For more information, delight visit:www.abc.net.au/news/stories/2011/07/01/3258963.htm
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