Not a Conversation Between Equals: Perceptions on Barriers to Healthcare for Latinos in the Twin Cities
MetadataShow full item record
This study examines what health care providers in the Twin Cities perceive to be barriers to healthcare for Latinos. The research was conducted in the Twin Cities with a sample of fourteen health providers who have a large Latino Clientele and each participated in open-ended interviews. The research identifies various responses to barriers to healthcare for Latinos and through the theoretical framework of Harold Grimen’s theory of power in the medical field analyzes the different types of responses due to the healthcare provider’s relationship to their patient.