Save the Date: Virtual Course Offers Newcomer Health Training to Clinicians and Interpreters
The Center of Excellence in Newcomer Health is dedicated to developing tools to support clinicians in their efforts to better serve immigrant and refugee families.
Join on September 21 and 28 from 1-5 p.m. ET for “Best Practices in Newcomer and Immigrant Health: A Virtual Short Course for Clinicians and Interpreters.”
After these two four-hour virtual, interactive and interdisciplinary sessions using case studies and small group work, clinicians and medical interpreters will be able to:
- Apply best practices for efficient, effective, person-centered communication in multilingual health care settings
- Demonstrate advanced skills and cultural awareness for building rapport and communicating clearly when discussing sensitive topics with immigrant patients with emerging English proficiency
- Experience greater satisfaction in working with immigrant and newcomer patients
Registration link coming soon!