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Posted by Claudia Brauer on Aug 26, 2011 53 views
C02: "CLAS" HEALTHCARE STANDARDS (in the Global Village of the 21st Century)


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This video is associated with the "C02-Healthcare C.L.A.S Standards, Level 1" training course.

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Summary: This course is part of a series of online workshops with lessons on a variety of Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Services topics, designed for working and aspiring translators, interpreters, and linguists as well as personnel working at all levels of the healthcare industry with Limited English Proficiency (LEP) and other patients having limited knowledge of the “prevalent language” in their country of residence.

These effervescent CLAS Workshops are brief and intensive, emphasizing problem-solving. They are packed with ready-to-use tips and resources to start or expand your skills and productivity in our culturally diverse global village of the 21st century. Novel information is provided, along with useful tools to render culturally and linguistically appropriate services, specially in the healthcare industry, but generally in any other field, such as legal, financial, technical and business settings.

Duration: 170 minutes.

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Language: English


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