Interpreting Covid-19 (2 parts)
This webinar is meant as validation and recognition to all interpreters facing the changes in career and anxiety due to current events. It will have an interactive part where attendees will write terms in their own language and discuss them with the presenter, as well as ask her any questions. We will provide useful emotional support and glossary building tools, to help interpreters approach every day with positive knowledge and confidence. We are in this together. And together we can.
During this webinar, you will learn how to interpret patient encounters related to COVID-19 while keeping yourself safe.
Part 1 will address the biology, transmission, and treatment of the coronavirus, and the terms needed to build an interpreter glossary on the topic. We will address such questions as:
– What is the difference between screening and testing?
– What is the difference between testing for viral RNA and testing for antibodies?
– What is viral shedding?
– What is a route of transmission?
Part 2 will focus on how to adapt to interpreting during the pandemic. We will talk about:
– Switching to remote modalities.
– How to stay safe during onsite assignments.
– The value of different sorts of masks.
– What hand hygiene to use in which setting.
– How to react to the anxiety of staff, providers, patients, family members, and interpreter administrators.
– How to decide which assignments to take.
CEUs: 0,2 IMIA/NBCMI CEUs (unique Education Registry ID 20-1076, expires on 3/29/2021), 2 DSHS CEUs, 2 CCHI instructional hours, and 0.2 RID CEUs. It is also approved for 2 CEUs by the courts of Colorado, Maryland, Michigan, New Mexico, North Carolina, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Tennessee and Washington.*
If you are a court-certified interpreter with the state of California, you are free to take this webinar and ask for CIMCE directly from CA office: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are a court-certified interpreter with the state of Idaho, you are free to take this webinar and ask for CEU approval directly from Idaho office: LanguageAccess@idcourts.net
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*If you do not see your state or organization’s CEUs here, contact us via Services@linguisteducationonline.com. In most cases we can submit the webinar for CEUs on demand.
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