What should the medical interpreter do during the clinical encounter? Should they pick and choose in terms of what information they translate and what they withhold? Should they omit certain aspects of what the clinician says?
What should the interpreter do if one clinician disagrees with another during the clinical encounter? Should they interpret arguments so the patient can understand opposing points of view?
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