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Inpatient language cards   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
Revised Date: 1/2008
Outpatient language cards   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
Revised Date: 1/2008
Patient family housing: parking and transportation  
Abstract: Provides information on parking and transportation including: transportation overview, parking at UWMC, airport shuttle services, taxi services, car rental, and metro (bus). Contact Social Work and Care Coordination or visit the Health Information Resource Center on the 3rd floor for an updated copy of this handout.
Author: Cancer Center/Infusion Services 8SE
Publisher/Date: University of Washington Medical Center, 1998
Revised Date: 1/2007
Stress inventory: For patients with diabetes  
Abstract: This flyer lists physical and emotional stresses, and a scale to mark how often the patient has them. This tool is used by Diabetes Care Center to help patients identify their stressors and their possible effect on blood glucose.
Author: Endocrine and Diabetes Care Center
Publisher/Date: University of Washington Medical Center, 2000
Revised Date: 6/2013

 
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