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Here are the links to the materials used during the webinar:
- Webinar PowerPoint slides ©2016, Maria Carla Faccini, MA, and Adrienne D. Mishkin, MD, MPH. The PowerPoint content is courtesy of its authors, all rights reserved.
- Videos referenced during the webinar:
- Clip used to give a sample Mental Status Exam report: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6MthSDjRfSY
- Example of a patient with incoherent speech: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=avbfd_OkLoU&authuser=0
Additional online resources about interpreting in Mental Health settings:
- NCIHC’s Resources on Mental Health Interpreting at http://www.ncihc.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=58
- Challenges and Complexities of Mental Health Interpreting by Anita Coelho Diabate (2011) - at http://www.imiaweb.org/uploads/pages/615_3.pdf
- Guidelines for Working Effectively with Interpreters in Mental Health Settings - a publication of VTPU (Australia, 2006) – at http://www.vtmh.org.au/docs/interpreter/VTPU_GuidelinesBooklet.pdf
- Mental health interpreting: A mentored curriculum – a publication of University of Rochester Medical Center at https://www.urmc.rochester.edu/deaf-wellness-center/products/mental-health-interpreting.aspx
- Position Statement on Mental Health Interpreting Services with People who are Deaf by NAD at https://nad.org/issues/health-care/mental-health-services/position-statement-mental-health-interpreting-services-peo
- Standard Practice Paper on Interpreting in Mental Health Settings by RID (2007) at http://rid.org/about-interpreting/standard-practice-papers/
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