Interpreting for Prenatal Genetics
December 19 @ 8:30 am - 2:30 pm
December 19, 2020
8:30AM – 2:30PM
Location: Live Streaming via Zoom Meeting
Link: Will be provided upon registration
Please download Zoom 48 hours prior to this training
Genetic counseling adds the extra challenge of being a highly technical, rapid advancing, and little understood area of medicine. It can be confusing not only for Limited English Proficient patients, but also for the general public and even many healthcare providers. One cannot interpret well what one does not understand and without effective interpreting, LEP patients cannot take full advantage of advances in genetic medicine.
Emma Aldana, CMI Spanish
Silvana M. Kirby, CMI Spanish
PREREQUISITE & REGISTRATION FEES
Prerequisite: Applicant must have completed a Medical Interpreter Training Program
Fee: No cost (Thanks to the generous support of Cooley Dickinson Hospital)
Includes materials and certificate of completion
CE Fee: $45
Languages: Spanish, Vietnamese, Chinese, and Arabic
Registration: 8:30 AM
Program: 9:00 AM to 2:30 PM (2-15 min breaks)
Credits/Contact Hours: CCHI 5 & IMIA 0.5 CEU
Education Level: Intermediate to Advanced
At the conclusion of this workshop, participants will be able to:
- Define basic concepts in genetics such as gene, chromosome, variant, and risk.
- Describe the work of genetic counselors.
- Describe the purpose of genetic testing.
- Describe five common genetic tests used in prenatal care.
- Identify five of the more common genetic conditions seen in the U.S.
Berkshire AHEC provides online registration for its continuing education programs. Please visit http://www.berkshireahec.org to register for this program. Payment can be made with all major credit cards. If you are unable to register electronically, please contact us at email@example.com so we can assist you in registering.
Certificates and Completion Requirements
Participants are expected to sign‑in and sign‑out, attend the entire program, and complete an evaluation. Certificates will be emailed to participants four weeks after program completion. Participants will not receive a certificate of completion until payment has been received.
Berkshire AHEC Medical Interpreting Program does not provide refunds after 10 full calendar days prior to the start date of the program. If an individual request a refund due to illness, a partial credit towards a workshop occurring in the same fiscal year may be issued. However, you must notify the Berkshire AHEC office before the close of business the day prior to the scheduled workshop. Credits for cancellation due to illness will only be issued once per fiscal year per individual.
If you are hearing impaired or are a person who is differently abled who requires accommodations, please contact the Massachusetts Medical Interpreting Program 15 days prior to the training.
Due to Berkshire AHEC working remotely during the COVID-19 stay at home orders please use email only for registration support requests.
Supported by MassHealth and the MassAHEC Network, a division of Commonwealth Medicine, University of Massachusetts Medical School
No NBCC credit is available or offered for this program