Pediatrics: Interpreting in Outpatient Settings

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Guest: Hoda Shawky, RN, MSN
Length:  1 hour 17 minutes
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Approved CEUs:  ATA=0.000, CCHI=1.250, IMIA=0.125, WA-DSHS=1.250, RID=0.125 PS*
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Description: In this interview, Hoda Shawky describes her role as a Pediatric Nurse Practioner in an outpatient clinical setting. Across the age spectrum, from infants to teens, Ms. Shawky discusses her communication strategies with patients and parents. Immunizations and common pediatric health problems are reviewed. Mandatory reporting is discussed, including strategies for interpreters. The corresponding online medical glossary contains over 100 terms.
Goals: 1. Understand the role and communication goals of a clinician treating pediatric patients in an outpatient setting. 2. Learn terminology related to common pediatric health encounters. 3. Identify specific opportunities for interpretrers to utilize their role as conduits and culture brokers to improve communication.

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