Post a summary of the interview and a description of the communication techniques you would use with your assigned patient. Explain why you would use these techniques. Identify the risk assessment instrument you selected, and justify why it would be applicable to the selected patient. Provide at least five targeted questions you would ask the patient. Main Post Communication/Interviewing This is a 40 -year old black man recently migrated from Africa. He is currently uninsured. To begin communicating with this individual, I would make sure he was able to speak English and that we under stand each other. If language is a barrier, I would get an interpreter on the interpretation Line. Communication techniques doesn’t always have to be spoken word, it can be pointing to an area of the body or using pictures. Communicating across language barriers is a challenge for clinicians and health systems. Federal law requires linguistic services for patients with LEP. Title VI of the US Civil Rights Act states that people cannot be discriminated against as a result of their national origin, race, or color, which has been extrapolated to include primary language by the US Office for Civil Rights and Department of Health and Human Services (Karliner, 2018). If the patient can speak some English the target would be to make sure our words mean the same thing and that’s where pointing to items and using hand gestures could come in handy. I would keep the questions fairly short with simple as possible terminology. Risk Assessment Being that this patient is newly immigrated to the U.S., I would want to give this patient resources that are free due to not having insurance but certainly would not deny treatment to the patient. I would focus on screening for any diseases that need immunizations, for one. Components of the health assessment for immigrants and refugees include addressing patient health concerns, screening for diseases associated with the country of origin and migration history, initiating age-appropriate immunizations, and routine health care maintenance (Walker, Barnett, & Stauffer, 2019). The question would be “have you had any illness, sicknesses, or hospitalizations that required any type of medications? Any immunizations? Any infections in your body or out breaks on your skin?” I would also ask about the living conditions and the nutritional conditions. Other Potential Health Risks

Post a summary of the interview and a description of the communication techniques you would use with your assigned patient. Explain why you would use these techniques. Identify the risk assessment instrument you selected, and justify why it would be applicable to the selected patient. Provide at least five targeted questions you would ask the patient.

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Post a summary of the interview and a description of the communication techniques you would use with your assigned patient. Explain why you would use these techniques. Identify the risk assessment instrument you selected, and justify why it would be applicable to the selected patient. Provide at least five targeted questions you would ask the patient.

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Communication/Interviewing

This is a 40 -year old black man recently migrated from Africa. He is currently uninsured. To begin communicating with this individual, I would make sure he was able to speak English and that we under stand each other. If language is a barrier, I would get an interpreter on the interpretation Line. Communication techniques doesn’t always have to be spoken word, it can be pointing to an area of the body or using pictures. Communicating across language barriers is a challenge for clinicians and health systems. Federal law requires linguistic services for patients with LEP. Title VI of the US Civil Rights Act states that people cannot be discriminated against as a result of their national origin, race, or color, which has been extrapolated to include primary language by the US Office for Civil Rights and Department of Health and Human Services (Karliner, 2018). If the patient can speak some English the target would be to make sure our words mean the same thing and that’s where pointing to items and using hand gestures could come in handy. I would keep the questions fairly short with simple as possible terminology.

Risk Assessment 

Being that this patient is newly immigrated to the U.S., I would want to give this patient resources that are free due to not having insurance but certainly would not deny treatment to the patient. I would focus on screening for any diseases that need immunizations, for one. Components of the health assessment for immigrants and refugees include addressing patient health concerns, screening for diseases associated with the country of origin and migration history, initiating age-appropriate immunizations, and routine health care maintenance (Walker, Barnett, & Stauffer, 2019). The question would be “have you had any illness, sicknesses, or hospitalizations that required any type of medications? Any immunizations? Any infections in your body or out breaks on your skin?” I would also ask about the living conditions and the nutritional conditions.

Other Potential Health Risks

This is a 40 -year old black man recently migrated from Africa. He is currently uninsured. To begin communicating with this individual, I would make sure he was able to speak English and that we under stand each other. If language is a barrier, I would get an interpreter on the interpretation Line. Communication techniques doesn’t always have to be spoken word, it can be pointing to an area of the body or using pictures. Communicating across language barriers is a challenge for clinicians and health systems. Federal law requires linguistic services for patients with LEP. Title VI of the US Civil Rights Act states that people cannot be discriminated against as a result of their national origin, race, or color, which has been extrapolated to include primary language by the US Office for Civil Rights and Department of Health and Human Services (Karliner, 2018). If the patient can speak some English the target would be to make sure our words mean the same thing and that’s where pointing to items and using hand gestures could come in handy. I would keep the questions fairly short with simple as possible terminology.

Risk Assessment 

Being that this patient is newly immigrated to the U.S., I would want to give this patient resources that are free due to not having insurance but certainly would not deny treatment to the patient. I would focus on screening for any diseases that need immunizations, for one. Components of the health assessment for immigrants and refugees include addressing patient health concerns, screening for diseases associated with the country of origin and migration history, initiating age-appropriate immunizations, and routine health care maintenance (Walker, Barnett, & Stauffer, 2019). The question would be “have you had any illness, sicknesses, or hospitalizations that required any type of medications? Any immunizations? Any infections in your body or out breaks on your skin?” I would also ask about the living conditions and the nutritional conditions.

Other Potential Health Risks