Let’s Talk Ethics: Confidentiality for Medical Interpreters

$40.00

(2 hrs – 0.2 IMIA/NBCMI CEUs; 2.00 CE hours by CCHI/CEAP) What do the 3 main medical interpreting codes of ethics in the U.S. say about confidentiality? Is our obligation to confidentiality limited to HIPAA?

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This 2-hour course is accredited for 0.2 IMIA/NBCMI CEUs and 2.00 CE hours by CCHI/CEAP. Join us as we discuss the ethics of confidentiality in medical interpreting! What do the three main medical interpreting codes of ethics in the United States (NCIHC, IMIA, and CHIA) say about confidentiality? Is our obligation to confidentiality limited to HIPAA? Are there instances in which we can break confidentiality? This and more will be answered in this self-paced CEU course.

1. Webinar Recording

The video recording for “Let’s Talk Ethics: Confidentiality for Medical Interpreters” is a recording from the live webinar that occurred on June 10, 2021, and is a combination of lecture and interactive practice.  During the portions where participants go into breakout rooms to discuss the provided prompts and scenarios, the hosts discuss related ethical scenarios and frequently-asked questions about confidentiality.  Viewers watching the recording can also respond to these prompts/scenarios, compare their responses with those of the live participants, and check their answers with the explanations that follow from Kelly.

Learning Objectives:

  • Compare/contrast what the NCIHC, IMIA, & CHIA codes of ethics say about confidentiality
  • Explain our legal obligations to confidentiality
  • Analyze how our legal & ethical responsibilities to confidentiality overlap
  • Identify if & when confidentiality can be broken

2. Assessment

Upon viewing the webinar recording, students will be given an 17-question assessment that is a combination of multiple-choice, single-choice, and fill-in-the-blank questions.  A passing score of 80% is required to complete the assessment and earn the course certificate for CEUs. Questions are taken directly from the recording of the live webinar, and students may attempt the assessment as many times as they would like.

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