Webinar archive thursday 21st february 2013

The following webinars are available for viewing. September 12, Presenters: InPym proposed that translators and interpreters adopt an approach of cooperation. Moreover, this proposition is in alignment with ideals from morality scholarship: Cooperation is the highest form of ethical reasoning.

August 29, Presenters: In response, this paper problematizes the ethical framework offered to community interpreters. However, devices used to describe behaviors are not the same as those used to propose or evaluate behaviors. As such, an alternative framework is proposed. August 3, Presenters: This study investigated how and when hearing interpreters webinar archive thursday 21st february 2013 the United States decide there is a need for a Deaf interpreter for court proceedings.

Previous publications have strongly suggested that it is best practice to work with a Deaf interpreter for specific situations NCIEC, The author utilized two frameworks: This research also explored the hearing interpreter's view of the Deaf interpreter and allowed for discussion of experience of working as the hearing member of a Deaf-hearing team in the courtroom. Interpreters working within legal system and other interested stakeholders. This transcript is from the live webinar and contains the same information as the recording that is uploaded here plus the question and answer time from the live webinar.

June 13, Presenters: Mary Darragh MacLean, Panel: When the RID Certification Maintenance Program was first launched in the only distance learning was attending conferences or conventions. However, how do we know this is effective education or not.

This webinar will focus on the current state of online education as supported through RID Approved Sponsors. Participants will have the benefit to listen to a panel experienced in produce successful online educational programming for interpreters. Program administrators for approved RID sponsors, interpreter educators, workshop presenters and interested stakeholders.

May 23, Presenters: Carol Tipton, Holly Nelson Description: One of the most challenging tasks for workshop presenters, instructors of continuing education and credit classes and CMP administrators is ascertaining that learning objectives are valid and robust. Then taking webinar archive thursday 21st february 2013 critical or evaluative look at whether the programming provided achieved the desired learning objectives.

During this webinar we will first explore what learning objectives are, what they must include and how to create them. We will also webinar archive thursday 21st february 2013 learning objectives from instructor objectives, a common source of confusion for presenters and administrators.

The second portion of our program will consider how we measure our success. How do we build evaluation tools that link with the learning objectives and help us identify what was successful or what might need to be tweaked in the future.

Examining both ends of an educational programming will allow us to better determine if there was a successful transfer of knowledge to participants. April 25, Presenters: When these programs were developed, it was recognized that RID was a young organization and the field and science of interpreting was still developing. Creating a General Studies area allowed RID members to explore information that did not have an immediate relevance to interpreting.

It also provided a mechanism for interpreters to explore studies of topics they may seek to interpret in the future, thereby building a solid base of background and understanding for the topic. We will seek to help participants know how to better advise certified interpreters in documenting their educational endeavors and in making connections between what is or is not a Professional Studies pursuit.

April 11, Presenter: Erica West Oyedele Description: The importance of Culture and Capital. Participants will be webinar archive thursday 21st february 2013 an opportunity to discuss how these experiences impact relationships between Black interpreters, interpreters of color and their Webinar archive thursday 21st february 2013 counterparts in the spheres of education and the workplace.

Webinar archive thursday 21st february 2013 will review a model of cultural competence webinar archive thursday 21st february 2013 devise strategies for applying culturally competent care. Anyone interested in dismantling systems of oppression, increasing the number of interpreters of color, optionbit com demo account working towards social justice within the field of interpreting and interpreter education is encouraged to attend this webinar.

All interpreters and interested stakeholders. February 29, Presenters: This recording does not include the first 10 minutes of the webinar, however the missing information can be found in the transcript below How do Deaf and hearing interpreters talk about power and privilege when they reflect on their work?

This presentation discusses the experiences of interpreters from Canada and the U. Interpreters interested in legal interpreting Series: December 8, Presenter: The focus of this webinar is on strategies and resources for developing interpreting skills for working in the VR setting. As well, sources for accessing skill development resources will be identified. All interpreters and interested stakeholders Series: December 4, Presenter: The presentation addressed four essential perspectives—the metaphorical perspective on interpreting, the theoretical perspective on interpreting, the experiential perspective of consumers and the experiential perspective of practitioners.

Each of these perspectives was considered from a historical vantage point and the implications of our identity and practice as a result of each lens. Additionally, various models of what it means to be a professional practitioner and how these models influence our thinking, behavior and actions was explored. The session was concluded with a question and answer period.

October 27, Presenter: This webinar will focus on the Deaf VR Professional and Designated Interpreter Model by examining how it contributes to the fuller participation of the Deaf Professional within their work context. As well, some of the unique considerations and practices employed by interpreters using this model will be discussed.

Due to technical issues, the first few minutes of the webinar were not recorded. Please refer to the transcript for the missing information. The transcript is marked where the recording begins. September 29, Presenters: Trenton Marsh and Jennifer Storrer Description: Deaf interpreters bring a unique set of skills and experiences to the interpreted events—particularly when providing services to deaf individuals with unique linguistic considerations. This webinar will focus on the contributions of Deaf interpreters within the VR system.

Samples of Deaf webinar archive thursday 21st february 2013 in action will be provided and discussed. Strategies for enhancing Deaf-hearing interpreter teams will also be explored.

August 25, Presenters: Pauline Annarino and Cheryl Davis Description: One of the unique aspects of interpreting in VR settings is the array of assessment and evaluation tools that are administered in determining appropriate services to provide to deaf VR clients. This webinar will explore the challenges and strategies associated with interpreting assessment and evaluation tools.

Resources for skill development in this area will also be explored. June 16, Presenter: Through a review of the literature, expert consultation and collection of data from practitioners and VR professionals, a set of domains and competencies of interpreters working in the VR setting has been defined.

This webinar will introduce the domains and competencies of interpreters who work in the VR setting and consider ways in which competencies can be developed. April 28, Presenters: Dee Clanton and Trudy Schafer Description: This webinar will look at the deaf individuals who are served by VR by 1 exploring webinar archive thursday 21st february 2013 demographics of clients, 2 identifying the procedures webinar archive thursday 21st february 2013 must be followed in order for a deaf individual to receive VR services, and 3 what type of services are provided to VR webinar archive thursday 21st february 2013.

This information will help interpreters to more fully appreciate the VR context and the needs of clients that are served. March 24, Presenters: Cheryl Davis and Pauline Annarino Description: One of the key elements of a system is the personnel that work within the system and their roles and responsibilities.

This webinar will continue to build on our understanding of VR as a system by considering the personnel with whom the interpreter will most consistently interact, their roles and responsibilities and how various personnel relate to one another in carrying out the goals and mission of the VR system. Due to technology issues, the session recording and transcripts are not available for this webinar.

Therefore CEUs cannot be earned for this archived webinar. However, the information in the PPT is available to you. February 24, Presenter: The VR structure will be discussed so that its individual and the inter-connectedness of the parts are understood. This webinar archive thursday 21st february 2013 can help interpreters to understand the context in which their work occurs and thus make more informed decisions regarding meaning, acts and practices. January 27, Presenter: The focus of this webinar is on Systems Thinking and how it can contribute to problem solving associated with interpreting.

Systems Thinking is a way of thinking about, and a language for describing and understanding, the forces and interrelationships that shape the behavior of systems in which interpreters provide service. Systems thinking can webinar archive thursday 21st february 2013 interpreters learn how to function within systems more effectively, and to act more in tune with the natural processes that exist within systems.

As a result, interpreters can expand the range of controls they apply to manage demands associated within a given system. September 21, Presenter: Depositions form a part of pre-trial discovery engaged in typically by attorneys in civil matters.

When a Deaf witness is to be deposed, court interpreters will be engaged.

February 21, Audio Presentation Presentation Slides. January 30, Audio Presentation Presentation Slides. Join Us Contact Us. Posted on March 13, NIIW is taking place from April During this planning webinar, participants will learn about NIIW planning tools, digital communication resources, and CDC activities planned for the week. The Houston Health Department will also share lessons learned from NIIWincluding outreach to pregnant women about infant immunization, as well as plans for this year.

Jenny holds a B. LaTasha Callis has more than 10 years of public health experience and provides leadership and direction of immunization activities throughout Houston and Harris County for the Department. Her programs are responsible for community outreach, immunization assessment of schools and child-care facilities, and the education and training of approximately VFC Providers. Webinar archive thursday 21st february 2013 project goals are to increase immunization rates among clients through record screening, education, promoting the use of IIS and conducting service linkage to reduce barriers to care.

Archived Presentation Presentation Slides. Posted in Archived Webinars Comments Webinar archive thursday 21st february 2013. Oropharyngeal cancer has surpassed cervical cancer as the most common HPV-related webinar archive thursday 21st february 2013. The Massachusetts Oral HPV Prevention Taskforce was created to build connections between medical and dental professionals to increase HPV vaccination rates, decrease HPV-related cancer, and educate both providers and patients on oropharyngeal cancers.

Most dental professionals are aware of the role of smoking and alcohol consumption as risk factors for oral cavity and oropharyngeal cancer; however, dedicated, trained dental professionals may be underutilized assets in the realm of HPV education and oropharyngeal cancer prevention.

To this end, the Massachusetts Oral HPV Prevention Taskforce aims to educate and empower the dental community with relevant, medically sound cancer prevention information to educate patients to webinar archive thursday 21st february 2013 well-informed oral health and cancer preventive decisions. Communicating about Maternal Immunization.

Pregnant women need vaccines to protect them and their babies against influenza and pertussis. The webinar will also discuss strategies that programs can use to reach pregnant women. Guest speakers included the creators of this website: Our speakers discussed the importance of evidence-based tools, how the website and the tools were developed and how they can be used.

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