Navigating Healthcare Interpreting - Challenges and Solutions for Freelance and In-House Interpreters
Presenter: Claudia Ribota Lindgren
112 J St., Ste. 202
8:45 - 9 AM Registration
9 - 11 AM Workshop
Affordable garage and street parking
Gift certificate raffle!
CHIA Member $40 / Others $60
CEUs: CCHI 2 CE Instructional Hours
You must be present the entire length of the workshop to earn pre-approved CEUs.
Newly passed Assembly Bill 5 could affect many freelance interpreters, as well as the entire profession. Learn about AB 5 and how to become more involved in advocacy as we seek a favorable resolution of this bill.
Importance of professionalism in the interpreting field is an ongoing issue among interpreter colleagues. Learn about ethical dilemmas, situations to avoid, and what makes an interpreter stand out in the field. (There will be specific examples and open discussion.) For freelancers, learn how to expand clientele, and reasons why some interpreters might have more work than others. Research will be discussed as to what providers and other professionals like to see in interpreters, who is currently hiring, and how to remain busy in this growing profession. As an interpreter, stress and vicarious trauma is unavoidable. Learn techniques of “self-care” for this profession.
Claudia R. Lindgren is a Certified Healthcare Interpreter who interprets primarily in legal and medical settings. She works consistently to stay on top of this quickly developing field. Claudia has over 20 years of experience interpreting in on-site encounters and remotely via telephone, video, and video conferencing. Claudia has facilitated cancer-support groups, and has received extensive specialized training in oncology, genetics, counseling and general medical settings. In order to meet her clients' demands for accurate and precise interpretations, Claudia has developed several effective techniques for supporting communication between providers and LEPs.
Questions? Contact Claudia at firstname.lastname@example.org