This advanced-level interactive workshop explores up to six real-life hospital interpreted encounters. Each case study will present an ethical dilemma, conflicting ethical tenets, or the need to make a difficult decision. Is there always a clear path? Can two people make different decisions and both still be ethical? How does an interpreter deal with information that no one else is privy to? Attendees will participate in open discussion, but beware! A devil’s advocate lurks behind every decision!
This webinar is approved for 1 CCHI CE hour, 0.1 RID CE hour. Cost: $25.
About the presenter: Manuel Higginbotham, CHI™, CMI, is a language professional with a passion for advocating on behalf of the Limited English Proficient community. He has leadership experience in VRI, OPI, and hospitals, as well as having owned his own language consulting company. Manuel oversees the Language Access Services Department at the University Medical Center Brackenridge in Austin, sits on the Texas Advisory Committee on Qualifications for Health Care Translators and Interpreters, and currently serves as the president of TAHIT.