Introduction to Interpreting Roles and Ethics in Healthcare
Wednesday, Oct 3, 2018
Yeonha Teresa Hwang, LAc, OMD, Healthcare Interpreter at Rancho Los Amigos National Rehabilitation Center
Beverly Treumann, CHITM, CMI, Program and Quality Assurance Director, Health Care Interpreter Network
With special introduction by Victoria Alvarenga RN, BSN, CRRN, Clinical Instructor, Rancho Los Amigos National Rehabilitation Center.
Rancho Los Amigos National Rehabilitation Center
7601 E. Imperial Highway
Downey, CA 90242
Online registration is required. No registration onsite.
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- CCHI: 2.0 hours approved (ID #08747)
- IMIA/NBCMI: Pending
- RID: Credit available via PINRA. Email Holly Vezina at firstname.lastname@example.org to request pre-approval no later than 1 week prior to the event.
Rancho Los Amigos National Rehabilitation Center designates this educational activity as follows:
Provider approved California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider #00786 for 2 Contact hours
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.
DHS County employees wear County badges. All others should present proof of online registration received from this website (printed or visible on your smart phone).
About the program
After a brief presentation about patients' rights to language access services, the importance of trained and qualified interpreters, and how the publication, CALIFORNIA STANDARDS FOR HEALTHCARE INTERPRETERS: Ethical Principles, Protocols, and Guidance on Roles & Intervention, is structured to guide interpreters through the complex task of healthcare interpreting, participants will consult their own free copies of the booklet as they discuss common dilemmas in small groups. Bring your own anecdotes about challenging situations. This session can be helpful to individuals preparing for certification and for experienced interpreters seeking a review of fundamentals. A CHIA Standards booklet will be available for all attendees.
Who should attend this session?
Individuals who are new to the field, ASL interpreters new to healthcare interpreting, individuals responsible for ensuring that their interpreters have training in ethics and roles, professional interpreters preparing for national certification, and attendees who want to attend a session in which they will have ample opportunity to talk with other interpreters about ethical dilemmas.
This program is hosted by Rancho Los Amigos National Rehabilitation Center. Their employees will make up the primary audience.