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Communicating with Non-English Speaking Patients Approaching the End of their Life

Communicating with Non-English Speaking Patients Approaching the End of their Life

Communicating with Non-English Speaking Patients Approaching the End of their Life

Anjali Mullick, Russell Ogston, Farida Malik
Anjali Mullick, Russell Ogston, Farida Malik
on behalf of Health Education England

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Launch date: 17 Aug 2018
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Last updated: 22 Aug 2018

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This session examines how to effectively communicate with non-English speaking patients approaching the end of life. This session was reviewed by Anjali Mullick and Christina Faull and last updated in June 2017.

Objectives

By the end of this session you will be able to:
Recognise the challenges, duties and responsibilities for professionals when communicating with non-English speaking patients approaching the end of their lives and the possible consequences if effective communication is not achieved
Develop effective skills to facilitate communication with non-English speaking patients approaching the end of their lives
Describe the services that are, or should be, available to facilitate discussion with this patient group, and how they may be accessed
Evaluate how best to work with an interpreter or bilingual health advocate when communicating with patients approaching the end of their lives
Anjali Mullick, Russell Ogston, Farida Malik

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Anjali Mullick, Russell Ogston, Farida Malik
on behalf of Health Education England

Dr Anjali Mullick is a Consultant in Palliative Medicine at St Joseph’s Hospice, a large hospice in the east end of London, and also at Newham University Hospital. Both organisations serve an ethnically diverse population. She completed her undergraduate and the early part of her postgraduate training in South Wales, before embarking on speciality training in Palliative Medicine in South London. She has an interest in medical ethics, having completed a Masters in the Ethics of Cancer in Palliative Care in 2007. She also has an interest in developing palliative care services for patients with progressive neurological conditions.


Russell has been an Anglican Priest for 12 years, having trained in Birmingham and South India. After 5 years of Parish ministry he became a Healthcare Chaplain at the Homerton University Hospital NHS Trust, East London. After 5 years, he was then appointed Chaplain to Pilgrims Hospice, Thanet, where he spent 10 months. However, he returned to East London in February 2009, to be Chaplain to Newham University Hospital NHS Trust where he currently works; with particular concern for Palliative Care and Care of the elderly.


Farida started her career as Head of a Science Department in Secondary Education with a background in Health Promotion/Public Health. She has worked in the NHS for the last 24 years with a key focus on Equality and Diversity. Her career journey includes :
• Co-ordinator for the Asian Mother and Baby Campaign.
• Health Promotion Officer for Ethnic Minorities.
• Principal Health Promotion Officer.
• Health Partnerships Manager, Equality & Diversity Manager and now Head of Equality ,Diversity and Customer care in Newham University Hospital NHS Trust.

Farida plays a lead role in advisory capacity for health care professionals and other partners including the voluntary sector in terms of bridging the gap between NHS services and local communities at local, national and international level.

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  • Health Education England
  • 0.25 Units -
    Exam Pass Rate: 60

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