Flip the RX for Interpreting Medications
Saturday June 24, 2023 from 9:30am-11:00am PT, Webinar*
Presenter: Tatiana Cestari PhD
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- CCHI approved for 1.5 CE Hour CEAP
- IMIA/NBCMI approved for 0.1500
CEUs are available by participating in the entire activity only (90 minutes).
Languages: The content of this presentation will apply to both spoken and sign language.
Description: Healthcare interpreted sessions that involve medications may be challenging. Many interpreters report struggling to interpret these sessions because of complicated drug names and lack of knowledge about medications. Since being ‘fluent in the language of medications’ can take many years, what could interpreters do to overcome the challenge? This session will answer the question by identifying and providing effective solutions based on known interpreting skills and protocols in order to succeed when interpreting sessions that involve medications .
1. To identify basic concepts regarding drugs and medications;
2. To leverage certain interpreting skills to interpret drug-related clinical sessions; and
3. To leverage certain interpreting protocols to interpret drug-related clinical sessions.
Tatiana Cestari, PhD, CHI-Spanish has 20 years of combined experience as a pharmacist, pharmacologist, researcher, professor, manager, and remote interpreter. Tatiana is passionate about quality, compliance and cultural sensitivity in language access. She serves as the Director of Language Service Advocacy at Martti by UpHealth, is part of the NCIHC Board of Directors and Policy, Education and Research committee; contributor of the Martti’s blog; and co-author of The Remote Interpreter textbook. Tatiana has mentored; developed trainings; presented at events; published peer-reviewed articles; and lectured at various universities. Tatiana obtained her pharmacy degree and her Ph.D. in pharmacology from Universidad Central de Venezuela.
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