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Publication Date

6-15-2017

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This article has been peer reviewed. It is the author’s final published version in Dermatology Online Journal

Volume 23, Issue 6, June 2017, Article number 18.

The published version is available here. Copyright © Wang et al.

Abstract

Cultural competency continues to gain increased attention in medicine. Not only does it play a significant role in the delivery of health care and patient outcomes, but it also remains a major determinant of patient satisfaction. This study investigated how patients in an urban dermatology clinic rated their satisfaction with cultural competency. Compared to White patients, satisfaction scores were greater for Hispanic or Latino patients and less for Asian patients, while there was no significant difference for Black or African American patients. There were clear differences in patient satisfaction rates of various dimensions of cultural competency. A follow-up study with a larger sample size is needed for closer examination into the conclusions.

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