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Massachusetts General Hospital has created resources for our patients in other languages.
As part of ensuring an equitable response to COVID-19, we have created a resource repository that includes:
- Multilingual resources to serve the needs of patients, providers, and employees who speak languages other than English
- Resources to support clinicians working with people with disabilities
This repository was created for internal use within Mass General Brigham, but we are sharing it here with other organizations who may benefit from these resources. We will continue to update this repository with additional resources. While we aim to be as inclusive as possible, this is not an exhaustive collection of resources for every language spoken or every type of disability.
We welcome suggestions for additional existing resources to add to this repository. To submit resources:
- Before sending us resources, please review the repository to make sure the resources are not already included
- Suggested resources will be vetted by experts in disparities, multilingual resources, and disabilities before being added to the repository and as a result may not appear immediately online
- Email resources directly to email@example.com
Depending on the volume of resources submitted, we will likely be unable to respond to every message we receive.Resources in Other Languages
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