Fall-Winter 2010

Highlights of the Fall-Winter 2010 Issue:

  • Administrator Patricia Thickstun highlights the Medical Division sessions offered at this year’s conference.
  • Lindsay Langford explains the role of genetic counselors and how it applies to interpreters.
  • Ariel Lenarduzzi discusses strategies for interpreters and providers working with older adults who have limited English proficiency.
  • Monica Guelman and Steven Becerra complete their three-part series on medical interpreting with attention to cultural competency and integrating medical interpreters into the healthcare team.
  • Book reviews of Marguerite Sechehaye’s Autobiography of a Schizophrenic Girl submitted by Maria Rosdolsky, and Beverley Henderson and Jennifer Lee Dorsey’s Medical Terminology for Dummiessubmitted by Carmen Cross.
  • Maria Rosdolsky shares a glossary of schizophrenia terminology in English and German.
  • Feedback from Leon McMorrow on Maria Rosdolsky’s article “Back Translation of Medical Documents”, which appeared in the Spring/Summer 2010 newsletter.

View/download Part 1 and Part 2 of the Fall-Winter 2010 issue.