Interpreting for Prenatal Genetics
Presenter: Mateo Rutherford
Saturday, August 3, 2019
- Sign-in 8:30-9 AM
- Training from 9:00 AM to 3:30 PM
Coffee & lunch will be provided.
UC Davis Health
Ellison Ambulatory Care Center
4860 Y Street, Room 3015B (3d floor)
Sacramento, CA 95817
Parking & Public Transportation
Free parking is available along 49th and 50th streets, also in Lot 18. For more information: https://health.ucdavis.edu/parking/
- CHIA Member $110.00
- Non-Member $160.00
*Last day for registration is Thurs, 8/1/19. Online registration is required. No registration onsite.*
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- CCHI: 6.0 hours (5 instructional, 1 performance-based)
- IMIA/NBCMI: 0.6 IMIA/NBCMI CEUs (ID #18-1409)
Attendees must be present for the entire training in order to receive a Certificate of Attendance with CEUs. Attendance certificates will be emailed to participants following the training.
While interpreters should optimally have training in how genetics is applied in all areas of medicine, this 6-hour training will focus specifically on prenatal genetics. It covers basic concepts in genetics, prenatal genetic testing, the work of the genetic counselor and a variety of genetic conditions. Vocabulary exercises are complemented with a bilingual glossary of terms available in Spanish, Vietnamese, Arabic and Traditional Chinese, and the course concludes with practice interpreting exercises based on dialogues. This course, designed by Cynthia Roat, is for interpreters who have already received basic training.
Mateo Rutherford has worked as the Supervisor, Administrative Director, and Technology & Systems Manager for Interpreting Services at UCSF Health since 2012. He holds a Master’s Degree in Integrative Biology from the University of California Berkeley (UCB) and a Master’s Degree in Spanish Interpretation & Translation from the Monterey Institute of International Studies. He has worked as a freelance Spanish interpreter since 1987 throughout Latin America, Europe, Asia and the United States. He specializes in topics related to the life sciences and technology. His teaching and curriculum development experience includes Cell and Molecular Biology at UCB, HIV/STD prevention (CDC), Spanish Interpretation & Translation at UEES (Ecuador), Connecting Worlds (UC Davis) and Cancer Genetics (UCSD). Mateo also teaches in the Spanish Healthcare Interpreting Certificate program at CCSF (San Francisco) and lectures in the Nursing MA and MD programs at UCSF on language access and medical interpreting. Mateo is a CCHI Commissioner, a Spanish CERTIFIED HEALTHCARE INTERPRETER™ and serves on the Education Committee of CHIA.
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