Medical Terminology for Interpreters: An Instructor's Guide (with electronic materials)

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Medical Terminology for Interpreters: An Instructor's Guide (with electronic materials)

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Authors: Marjory A. Bancroft, MA and Sylvana Fernández-Ellauri, MD, CMI
Year Published: 2019
Edition: 3rd (supports 4th ed. of Medical Terminology for Interpreters)
Pages: 296 (in full color!)
Publisher: Culture & Language Press
ISBN: 978-1733964135 / 978-1-7332491-3-3

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Please note: this version of the guide INCLUDES the resources found in the appendices in electronic format. The customer will be required to accept the terms of an authorization agreement before purchase in order to use these resources for training purposes. Contact us for details.

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This guide on how to teach medical terminology to interpreters will help instructors prepare healthcare interpreters for certification. It also supports the student handbook, Medical Terminology for Interpreters, 4th edition.

 
 

Class time is valuable. To maximize student engagement and success, this guide offers a structured curriculum for a one-day workshop or up to 20 hours of instruction. The course is divided into six half-day modules. Each module includes learning objectives, lesson plans with table-format overviews, step-by-step instructions and interactive activities.

The eight appendices include:

  • Two PowerPoint slide kits:

    • Medical Terminology for Interpreters

    • Body Systems: A Lighting Overview

  • Handout templates

  • Activity materials

  • Body diagrams

  • A Latin/Greek roots and affixes workbook

  • An anatomy and physiology workbook

  • Flash cards

  • Other activity cards

  • Sample certificates

  • Sample program evaluations

  • Suggested video resources

  • Final assessment and answer key

Medical Terminology for Interpreters is the most interactive program of its kind. This instructor’s guide provides learning objectives, mini-lectures, demonstrations, simulations, role plays and engaging exercises. Colorful diagrams of 10 body systems for students to label are included. This program is designed to ensure that medical interpreters know how to support the vital work of healthcare professionals by accurately rendering medical terms.

Reviews of this publication:

Every healthcare interpreter needs a foundation in bilingual medical terminology, and every trainer of healthcare interpreters needs this guide.

Whether you are looking for a one-day course, a three-day course, or a few exercises, this extensive instructor’s manual will fit the bill. With class content, lesson plans, and templates for teaching materials included, it contains everything you need to give your students a solid basis in medical terminology.
— Cynthia E. Roat, lead author of Bridging the Gap: A Basic Training for Medical Interpreters (1st ed.) and Healthcare Interpreting in Small Bites.
Medical Terminology for Interpreters: An Instructor’s Guide is a GPS navigation system for your training program. This dynamic tool supports novice and veteran interpreter trainers through interactive, teacher-tested activities. Students will reach their next destination with knowledge they can apply and the life-long learning skills necessary to adapt to our ever-evolving profession.

I give this guide an A+ for clarity, ease of use, content and activities.
— Sara Juarez, Director of Interpretation/Translation Programs, Center for the Global Learner Durham Technical Community College

Please note: this version of the guide INCLUDES the resources found in the appendices in electronic format. The customer will be required to accept the terms of an authorization agreement before purchase in order to use these resources for training purposes. Contact us for details.