Medical Interpreting for Refugees: Research from New Zealand (FREE)
||Ineke Crezee, LecturerUniversity of Technology in Auckland, New Zealand
||ATA=1.000, CCHI=1.000, WA-DSHS=0.000, RID=0.100 PS*
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||As a professional nurse and medical interpreter, the guest for this interview describes results of research exploring vicarious trauma experienced by interpreters working with refugees. Concepts are applicable to interpreters working with refugees in any country.
- To learn about aspects of professional medical interpreting in New Zealand.
- To recognize the emotional experiences of interpreters who work with refugees.
- To learn about steps the medical interpreting profession can undertake to help individuals cope with vicarious trauma.
Tags: ATA, CCHI, medical interpreting, New Zealand, refugee, RID, self-care, training, vicarious trauma