Courses that earn Continuing Education credit for professional healthcare interpreters.

Concepts, skills and terminology for interpreters in palliative care and end-of-life settings. $35 enrollment fee/30 days access. 7 instructional hoursWhat language pairs does the course support?

An overview of the organs and functions of the gastrointestinal system, including some common diseases, clinical procedures and useful terminology. $35 enrollment fee/30 days access. 3 instructional hours.

Concepts and vocabulary specific to the Anticoagulation (Coumadin) Clinic, as well as  principles that will help in any medical or surgical specialty.  $35 enrollment fee/30 days access. 2 instructional hours.

Tips and tricks to help interpreters get more useful results from internet searches (e.g. Google). $20 enrollment fee/30 days access. 1 instructional hour.

A brief introduction to the ethics of healthcare interpreting, based on prevailing standards set by professional associations in the field. $20 enrollment fee/30 days access. 1 instructional hour.

A webinar recording (audio plus a few slides) on dealing with cultural misconceptions, interpretation of certain terminology and the challenges of bridging the communication gap between Arabic-speaking patients and English-speaking providers. Recommended for Arabic interpreters, but open to all. $20 enrollment fee, 1 instructional hour.

A webinar recording (audio plus slides) on concepts and terminology encountered when interpreting on Oncology topics (cancer). Recommended for Arabic interpreters, but open to all. $20 enrollment fee, 1 instructional hour.