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Language Access Research: How interpreters can be part of the conversation

  • October 16, 2019 7:00 PM
    Message # 8048621
    Hélène Conte (Administrator)

    The culture of research is changing rapidly to be more inclusive of stakeholders as partners in study design, implementation, analysis and the dissemination of results. The idea of research is generally a little bit scary. Many of us do not fully understand what is involved in doing research and assume that it is beyond us and beyond our abilities. Research establishes provable knowledge and best practices, something every discipline wants and needs. This webinar will discuss opportunities for interpreters to be involved in research.  It is free and offers CEUs for medical interpreters.  Please join us!

    Language Access Research: How interpreters can be part of the conversation

    Monday, October 28, 2019 at 6:00 PM ET

    Do you want to?

          Learn more about research and how to participate

          Gain professional development opportunity

          Interact with fellow interpreters and researchers

          Earn CEUs

    Register https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_SlEZ1QcEQ1i3wUjszOJ79g


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