Preparing to Respond to Interpreting and Translation Needs During a Disaster: Best Practices and Lessons Learned From the 2017 North Bay Fires
NOTE: This is a RECORDED session, initially presented in April 2018.
Presenter: Julie Burns
Cost: $10 CHIA Members / $20 Non-Members
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1. Share experiences from 2017 North Bay Fires
2. Apply learned experiences to prepare to respond to future interpreting and translation needs during a disaster
3. Review challenges when responding to a disaster
Miss Burns is a veteran interpreter trainer, CCHI Certified Spanish interpreter and ATA certified translator. She holds an M.Ed. in Adult education. She is former director of Bridging the Gap Interpreter Training Program, and has trained thousands of interpreters. Julie has served as board member of NCIHC and CHIA and has 20 years’ experience in health care interpreting and translation, as well as extensive experience in health education and training in Latin America and the U.S.