Consecutive and Simultaneous Interpreting

If you’re an interpreter, you already know that simultaneous and consecutive are the two common methods of interpreting. If you’re looking for a certified interpreter, it’s more than likely you’ll work with one style or the other. Depending on which industry they’re in, interpreters are inclined to use one method over the other to better fit 

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Interpreter Kenett Melgar Receives Emerging Leader National Award

Every year, the Geiger Gibson Program in Community Health Policy of the George Washington University School of Public Health Services receives nominations of Emerging Leaders from community health care facilities and primary care associations across the nation. This year, 19 of the Emerging Leaders candidates were nominated based on their progressive thinking, ability to implement re-imagined practices 

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Area Hospital Uses Video Remote Interpreting to Ensure All Voices are Heard

When it comes to emergencies, a language barrier could be a matter of life or death. In the medical industry, certified interpreters are a critical asset that helps provide crucial and accurate interpretations to both the medical staff and the patient. The healthcare industry takes great strides to ensure language access to all non-English or limited English 

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4 Reasons Why You Need a Certified Medical Interpreter

Why do hospitals, clinics, doctor’s offices and other healthcare facilities need certified medical interpreters? According to the U.S. Census Bureau’s 2013 American Community Survey, over 61 million people speak a language other than English at home. That’s 20% of the U.S. population! If you’re a physician, nurse, hospital staff or anyone else in the healthcare industry 

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