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Webinar: Best Practices for Using Spanish-Language Radio to Promote HIV Prevention

Do You Want to be Heard? 

 Best Practices for Using Spanish-Language Radio to Promote HIV Prevention Webinar

Please join us for this webinar featuring our project partners Hispanic Communications Network (HCN) and Cascade AIDS Project. Presenters will share their expertise and experience in utilizing Spanish-language radio to advance HIV prevention efforts at a community level.     

Learn how to:

• Utilize Hispanic media to promote your HIV prevention efforts

Timezone: 
EST

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Maternal and Child Health Library

The MCH Library's online catalog includes materials for consumers and professionals in numerous languages other than English, and the Organizations Database identifies additional sources for these materials.

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Appropriate Use of Non–English-Language Skills in Clinical Care

This short article in an issue of JAMA addresses the issue of clinicians who are not fluent in the language of their patients working without an interpreter. It provides a practical list of situations where the clinician should be sure to have a skilled interpreter. 

 

JAMA, January 9, 2013—Vol 309, No. 2, from http://jama.jamanetwork.com/

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Errors of Medical Interpretation and Their Potential Clinical Consequences: A Comparison of Professional Versus Ad Hoc Versus No Interpreters

 

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Online Professional Medical Interpreter Training Certificate Programs and Courses

Patient-Centered, Provider-Managed, Interpreter-Facilitated Human Communication ©

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The National Board of Certification of Medical Interpreters

 

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Models for the Provision of Language Access in Health Care Settings

The aim of this paper is to describe various approaches that have been taken or could be taken to avoid the linguistic incompatibility that impedes full and equal access to health care on the part of health care providers and their patients when they do not speak the same language.

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The Seasonal Influenza (Flu) Guide for Community & Faith-based Organizations & Leaders

From Health Reources and Services Administration this resource is available in Spanish and english. In an accessible, easy-to-read format, the Seasonal Flu guide provides: flu facts; every day prevention steps; and ways that community leaders can contribute to the flu prevention effort. This guide is an important fight the flu resource for our Spanish-speaking community and faith-based partners.

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Sea Usted Mismo:

A Spanish language public service announcement for patients on how to register for healthcare services while avoiding errors and confusion in registration information. Specifically, consistency in name and date of birth.

PSA by LATCH (Local Access to Community Healthcare), a program of the Division of Community Health - Duke University Medical Center Community & Family Medicine ... (more i

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Tos ferina - Whooping Cough: lo que debe saber

Este recurso del CDC ofrece una visión general de la tos ferina , también conocida como Whooping Cough. Los temas incluyen síntomas , propagación, la tos ferina en los EE.UU. y las medidas de prevención.

This resources provides an overview of Pertussis, also known as the Whooping Cough. Topics include symptoms, how its spread, Pertussis in the US and prevention measures.

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