In Interpreting in Medical Settings, viewers are able to see and study normally private or restricted medical interpreting situations. The materials are essential for the classroom as teachers guide their students through in-depth discussions of unrehearsed and unscripted interpreted interaction - all without interfering in the dialogue or interpretation. All participants learned American Sign Language as adults!
Interpreting in Medical Settings can be used by working interpreters as an independent study tool to earn CEUs! Your local RID-approved sponsor can assist you in designing an Independent Study Plan that suits your needs for group or independent activity.
[Carol J. Patrie; (2002); Book: 59 pages; soft cover; DVD: 44 minutes; closed captioned; audio]