Four hours of Continuing Ed | Non-Language Specific
In this course, not only will you improve your bilingual vocabulary, but you’ll also understand the impact that liver diseases cause in patients’ lives. You’ll interpret some of the most troubling symptoms, treatments, medications, and prognoses.
You’ll be able to strengthen your interpreting skills and expand your expertise by developing a self-learning plan through self-assessment and customization of glossaries. Upon completion of this class you will be able to:
- Comprehend and interpret the hepatology terms presented in this course.
- Define and correctly pronounce unfamiliar words and terms.
- Promptly identify medical terms and abbreviations related to the digestive system.
- Effectively respond to cultural and idiomatic challenges such as idioms, colloquialisms, and slang.
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"MITS teaches me a resourceful knowledge of the healthcare interpreter profession, including the ethics, guidelines, and skillsets. Throughout the whole course, I enjoyed myself learning and practicing in 3 different modes of interpretation, namely sight translation, simultaneous interpretation, & consecutive interpretation.”
“Medical terminology with pronunciation, good explanation of each term and videos. Secondly, sight and consecutive exercises. All of that has been very helpful on my job now when I'm working as a telephonic medical interpreter. It was recommended by CCHI; besides I was granted a scholarship for the course.”
“The renditions definitely help with other ways things can be relayed. Videos and tone of speaker was not boring at all. Further my knowledge in my second language so I can successful translate for my community as needed. I really enjoyed going through the process. I did not realize to a degree I would need to train for some basic medical terminology. It has helped me span my vocabulary and think twice before relaying the message.”