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Interpreters in Medical Settings & Interpreting in Legal Settings 101 Workshop

September 14, 2019

2 Amazing Topics on One Saturday! (.6 CEUs)
Interpreters in Medical Settings &
Interpreting in Legal Settings 101 Workshop

Workshop Presented by
Dr. Daniel Burch
October 26, 2019 at 9am -- 4pm
5320 and 5324 Canal Boulevard, New Orleans, LA 70124
(LRID Members - $45 /Non-LRID Members - $65 / Students - $35)

Workshop Description:
Interpreting in Medical Settings--9am-12pm--As the American population ages, we increasingly find ourselves in medical situations: from simple checkups to life-threatening conditions. Of all situations, medical situations may make us wrinkle our brows in the application of our Code of Professional Conduct. The terminology includes body part labels, procedures, and medications. And what is this HIPAA thing? How do we handle ourselves this without a medical degree? Instruction will begin with an overview of the growth and development of interpreting in medical settings, including relevant legislation. The RID CPC will be discussed in relation to professional behavior in medical settings. Case studies will be presented for analysis. Participant discussion is expected to occur throughout the training session.

Interpreting in Legal Settings 101--1pm-4pm--“I am afraid of legal interpreting. The court room intimidates me.” As well it should. It is designed to do so! Legal interpreting has its tense moments, but the majority of work is rather routine. However, it can never be routine if you know nothing about it, or have not had its inner workings somewhat demystified. This workshop is designed to provide an introduction to interpreting within the legal system (civil and criminal). Instruction will begin with an overview of the growth and development of interpreting in legal settings, including relevant legislation. The RID Code of Professional Conduct will be discussed in relation to professional behavior in legal settings. Case studies will be presented for analysis. Participant discussion is expected to occur throughout the training session.

ABOUT THE PRESENTER: Dr. Daniel Burch has been a certified interpreter, practicing within the community for over 45 years. His national and international presentations have consistently received high ratings for both style and content. Dr. Burch is Vice President of Sign Language Services International, Inc., a private practice providing interpreting, mentoring, Sign Language classes, continuing education units, and consulting services. He holds a doctorate in special education, with emphasis in deafness, a Master of Arts degree in education of the deaf, and a Bachelor of Science in psychology. Areas of professional inquiry include international relations, testing and measurement, leadership development, professional ethics, and specialty interpreting in educational, legal, medical, mental health, religious, conference, and performing arts settings. He interprets hundreds of hours annually in all medical areas. He also interprets hundreds of hours annually at all levels of the judicial system. “Hands on” practice is a part of most continuing education activities.

Register online at New Orleans Sign Language Services
http://www.NewOrleansSignLanguageServices.com


This workshop is sponsored by Louisiana Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf, a chapter of the Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf.


LRID is an Approved RID CMP Sponsor for continuing education activities, New Orleans Sign Language Services and the Deaf Church. This Professional Studies (PS) program offers a total of .6 CEUs for Target audience being all level interpreters and ITP students with Little to Some Prior Knowledge of topic content. CEUs, CMPs and certificates are only provided to those who attend the whole workshop. Scholarships are available. The workshop atmosphere will promote an environment of mutual respect, non-discrimination and free from bias. Special accommodation and interpreter requests must be submitted no later than September 30, 2019. Registration is fully refundable up to 2 days prior to the event.

 

 

 

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