Joint Commission Defining Standards for Medical Interpreters in US

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Catherine GUILLIAUMET  Identity Verified
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Feb 25, 2010

Very interesting, Henry. Thank you. I'll mention your post on my list Medical_Translation. I'm sure that several colleagues among our over 1,200 members will be interested.
Have a nice day
Catherine


 

Henry Dotterer
Local time: 23:24
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Feb 25, 2010

Thanks, Catherine. If this is for real, in other words if it gets traction, it is huge news.

 

Henry Dotterer
Local time: 23:24
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Feb 25, 2010

Thanks, Catherine. If this is for real, in other words if it gets traction, it is huge news.

 


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