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ASLM1111 – Ethical Decision Making for Medical Interpreters pdf

Credits: 2 (2/0/0)
Description: Medical interpreting requires interpreters to respond to a wide range of difficult situations in an ethical manner. This course will focus on ethical dilemmas that require interpreters to use decision making processes in a variety of medical settings.
Prerequisites: Graduation from an Interpreter Education Program
Hold current interpreter certification
Corequisites: None
  1. Identify ethical standards and practices for medical interpreters.
  2. Recognize the need for impartiality in medical situations.
  3. Discuss a variety of ethical decision making strategies.
  4. Analyze ethical dilemmas that interpreters may encounter in medical settings.
  5. Identify the influencing factors faced in ethical scenarios.
  6. Recognize potential impacts created by ethical decisions.
MnTC goal areas: None

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