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This study examined the relationship between acculturation and Latinos’ perceptions of health care treatment quality, discrimination, and access to health information. The results of this study indicated that participants who

This study examined the relationship between acculturation and Latinos’ perceptions of health care treatment quality, discrimination, and access to health information. The results of this study indicated that participants who had lower levels of acculturation perceived:

1. Greater discrimination in health care treatment.
2. A lower quality of health care treatment.
3. Less confidence filling out health related forms.
4. Greater challenges understanding written information about their medical conditions.

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  • 2015
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    Becerra, D., Androff, D., Messing, J.T., Castillo, J., & Cimino, A. (2015). Linguistic acculturation and perceptions of quality, access, & discrimination in health care among Latinos in the U.S. Social Work in Health Care, 54(2), 134-157.

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