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Interpreter Workshop: What no one tells you about Medical Interpreting – Tyler

Sign Language Training Program Tyler Junior College

Presents

“A Thumb is a Finger!

What no one tells you about Medical Interpreting”

By Kim Hunt, NIC Master; TX BEI IV/Court/Medical Certified Interpreter

Date: Saturday, February 24, 2018
Time: 9:00 A.M.-4:00 P.M

One hour lunch on your own-TJC cafeteria available

BEI .6 CEU’s Approved

Target Audience: Sign Language Interpreters, ITP Students

Workshop/Course Description: As medical interpreters we must know the complexities of the human anatomy as well as the complex visual language of ASL. Proficiency at blending these dynamics can be challenging at best. This scope of practice includes a wide variation of the Deaf population needing medical services, which could include prenatal, geriatrics, mental health, labs, clinics, specialists and more. We will explore and evaluate interpreting, sight translation within medical encounters, along with common physical production and ethical errors. Participants will engage in collaborative kinesthetic activities involving simulations on a variety of medical topics. Do you have horripilation, diurnal enuresis or vasovagal syncope even thinking about medical interpreting? Don’t panic! There is a remedy for you!

Where:
Tyler Junior College Apache Rooms (Rogers Student Center off Baxter St.)
1400 E. Fifth Street
Tyler, Texas (physical address)

Cost: Early Bird by Feb 14, 2018 After Feb 14, 2018 (Call to reserve seat)

*Students $20 $25 *must include valid student ID

All Others $35 $45

Contact: Presentation is in Spoken English. Accommodation requests must be received by February 9,
2018 by contacting Rhonda McKinzie, otherwise, there is no guarantee of accommodation availability. Contact
Rhonda McKinzie for more information and cancellation policy. [email protected] 903-510-2774

Download flyer & forms in PDF format: TJC Medical Workshop for Interpreter

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