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Evidence Base

The following references represent the evidence base that was used in the 2009 International Collaborative Indigenous Health Research Partnership grant.  On the basis of this strong evidence based the E4E project became a reality.

Project Evidence Base

References

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Cooper, L. A., & Roter, D. (2003). Patient-provider communication: the effect of race and ethnicity on processes and outcomes of healthcare. In B. Smedley, A. Stith & A. Nelson (Eds.), Unequal Treatment: Confronting Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Health Care. (pp. 552-593). Washington: National Academy Press.

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