Stephanie Winslow will be presenting “Building Your Healthcare Lattice Portfolio” at the 24th Annual Missouri Interpreters Conference.
IMAGE: Stephanie describes her workshop in sign language.
TRANSCRIPT: Hello everyone, my name is Stephanie Winslow, and if you’re interested in my workshop, this is what it is. This workshop is for those of you who are interested in working in the medical profession, but aren’t sure how to get started. The title is “Healthcare Lattice,” and it explains to interpreters how to navigate the different tiers of medical interpreting. I’ll also explain what you need before you start medical interpreting. Will I need physical training, a degree, or inoculations? What is needed before I go into a medical interpreting job? When you come to this workshop, you will receive a portfolio. You will personalize your portfolio to match your skill set. After the workshop is finished, you will keep it and be able to build on that portfolio. I look forward to seeing you there at my workshop.
Title: What To Bring:
Current & past shot records
Certification & licensure information/dates and numbers
HIPPA or other medical certifications
Liability insurance policy information (if obtained)
Medical terminology or anatomy and physiology coursework dates
Security and background check information
CEU transcripts of healthcare workshops
Professional readings related to healthcare interpreting
Healthcare setting observations or internship information
Other special training areas such as diabetes, cancer, mental health, specialized teamwork
Title: Building Your Healthcare Lattice Portfolio, presented by Stephanie Winslow in English with ASL interpretation on Saturday, October 14, from 9-11 am. The 24th Annual Missouri Interpreters Conference has gone mobile! Get the app on your device now, for free. Http://guidebook.com/g/mointerpreters24/. 1. Visit the above URL on your device. 2. Tap the “download” button to get the Guidebook app. 3. Open Guidebook and look for the guide “24th Annual Missouri Interpreters Conference.”
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