Limted English Proficiency; Provider-Patient Communication; Prenatal Care; HIV
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The rapid increase in Latinos in South Carolina that has occurred within the past 15 years is associated with both in-migrationand high birth rates. Limited ethnic-specific data and communication barriers betweenLatinas with limited English proficiency have contributed to difficulties in assessing theprovision of recommended routine prenatal HIV screening among this vulnerablepopulation. This qualitative descriptive study examined providers' perceptions andpractices related to obtaining informed consent for routine HIV screening for pregnantLatinas with limited English proficiency. Findings indicate the need for focused educational interventionswith providers and patients and implementation of culturally and linguistically tailoredpractice guidelines to improve patient understanding and acceptance of prenatal HIVscreening options.
Meetze, Edena G.
"Prenatal Care Providers’ Perspectives and Practices: Informed Consent for HIV Screening among Latinas with Limited English Proficiency in South Carolina,"
Journal of Health Disparities Research and Practice: Vol. 10
, Article 10.
Available at: https://digitalscholarship.unlv.edu/jhdrp/vol10/iss1/10
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