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04.21.2018

Certification Commission for Healthcare Interpreters

CE Webinar Materials, 10/28/16

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Thank you for attending CCHI's webinar "Interpreters and the Sight Translation of Intake Forms (Mandarin)"! We do NOT issue certificates for viewing the PowerPoint slides or other materials provided on this page.

If you need to receive a certificate, please complete the online training module when it becomes available at http://cchiinterpreters.org. To enroll in the online training module on that page, first, read instructions below the webinar title, then click on the title of the webinar to create an account or log in.

 

Here are the links to the materials used during the webinar:

  • Sample MRI forms can be downloaded from these links:

Form “MAGNETIC RESONANCE (MR) PROCEDURE SCREENING FORM FOR PATIENTS” can be found at http://www.mrisafety.com/SCREENING_FORM/PreScrnF.pdf (from this site: http://www.mrisafety.com/GenPg.asp?pgname=ScreeningForm)

Form “OpenSided MRI Patient Packet” can be found at http://osmri.com/docs/2014-Patient-Packet.pdf (from this site: https://osmri.com/forms/)

Form “MRI Pre-Examination Screening Form” can be found at http://stanford.edu/group/spanlab/Participation/magnetscreen.pdf.

 

Links to some MRI forms in Chinese:

https://medlineplus.gov/languages/mriscans.html#Chinese-Simplified

https://medlineplus.gov/languages/mriscans.html#Chinese-Traditional

https://healthonline.washington.edu/document/health_online/pdf/MRI-Abdomen-Scan-CH.pdf

https://healthonline.washington.edu/document/health_online/pdf/MRI-Pelvis-Scan-CH.pdf

http://www.cpmc.org/learning/documents/mri-chin.pdf

http://www.hc.mmh.org.tw/Object/Downloads/1741download_address.pdf

http://803.mnd.gov.tw/code_upload/DownloadInfo/file1_154_5430636.pdf

http://www.mmh.org.tw/taitam/radio/0036.htm

 

General online resources:

https://www.wikipedia.org/

https://medlineplus.gov/

https://medlineplus.gov/encyclopedia.html

http://www.mayoclinic.org/

http://www.webmd.com/

http://hospital.kingnet.com.tw/medicine/

http://dict.tw/database/med

http://dict.youdao.com/

http://www.drdict.com/

Online Mandarin search engine: http://www.baidu.com

 

  • Videos about MRI procedures:

English:

General overview: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H5q79R9C-mk

http://www.mayoclinic.org/tests-procedures/mri/multimedia/mri/vid-20084743

MRI explained for pediatric patients: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DZTXa4qerI4

 

Mandarin: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gkkl21BWMzQ

 

We are looking for volunteers of different languages to form language-specific Terminology Committees for the Mini-Glossaries project. If you are interested, please sign up online at http://www.cchicertification.org/get-involved/get-involved and specify “Mini-Glossaries Project” in the appropriate field.  Or just send us the translation of the mini-glossaries into your language to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. along with any comments or suggestions.