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Advance directive forms: Health-Care Directive and Durable Power of Attorney for Health Care   English Farsi Somalian Tagalog Japanese
Abstract: This document contains two advance care directive forms for the state of Washington: the Health-Care Directive and the Durable Power of Attorney for Health Care.
Author: Patient Care Services
Publisher/Date: University of Washington Medical Center, 2007
UWMC Dept: Marketing
Revised Date: 3/2017
Inpatient language cards   Amharic Chinese Farsi Korean Russian Somalian Spanish Tagalog Vietnam Japanese
Abstract: These tools list key English terms and phrases used in the inpatient care setting, alongside a translation into non-English languages commonly used at UWMC. These terms and phrases assist with daily living, appointment information, and comfort items. A pain scale is included.
Author: Patient and Family Education Services
Publisher/Date: University of Washington Medical Center, 2004
UWMC Dept: Patient and Family Education Services
Revised Date: 1/2008
Medication directions using symbols   English
Abstract: This handout for patients with minimal literacy skills provides space for the clinician to communicate the name, purpose, appearance, dose and dosing schedule for up to four medicines. An instruction page for the clinician is included, showing how to draw pictures of the pills included in each dose rather than using numerals, and indicating how to attach a sample pill to show medicine appearance.
Author: Interpreter Services
Publisher/Date: University of Washington Medical Center, 2008
UWMC Dept: Interpreter Services
Revised Date: 7/2008
Outpatient language cards   Amharic Chinese Farsi Korean Russian Spanish Tagalog Vietnam Japanese
Abstract: This tool lists key English terms and phrases used in the clinic setting, alongside a translation into non-English languages commonly used at UWMC. Terms and phrases assist with daily living, appointment information, and comfort items. A pain scale is included.
Author: Patient and Family Education Services
Publisher/Date: University of Washington Medical Center, 2004
UWMC Dept: Patient and Family Education Services
Revised Date: 1/2008
Understanding health care in America: An introduction for immigrant patients   English Russian Spanish Japanese
Abstract: This 12-page handout provides basic information to help immigrants to the United States understand the health care system in the U.S. and at University of Washington Medical Center (UWMC). Included are sections about the health care team, making decisions about health care, legal issues, privacy, who pays for care, questions about medical bills, emergency care, hospital and clinic visits, tests, lab visits, medicines, and more.
Author: Patient Care Services
Publisher/Date: University of Washington Medical Center, 2011
UWMC Dept: Patient Care Services
Revised Date: 6/2011
 
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