hurry up and wait

Hurry Up & Wait – Overview

Interpreting a Visit to an Emergency Department Funded with support from The BlueCross and BlueShield Foundation of Minnesota Created by Doug Bowen-Bailey for (c) The College of St. Catherine, 2005 in collaboration with St. Mary’s/Duluth Clinic Health System, Digiterp Communications, LLC., and SLICES, LLC. This video shows a simulated visit to an emergency department by […]

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Study Packet for DVD

These pages are designed to provide a more in-depth framework for working with the DVD Hurry Up & Wait. The study packet which is available for download contains ideas for working with the video from the DVD. As well, it has reflections on the sample interpretations from the DVD which gives vital insight in terms […]

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Prep for "Hurry Up & Wait"

Part of “Hurry Up & Wait:  Interpreting a Visit to an Emergency Department“ For more on how Emergency Departments operate, click here. For information from DeafMD.org, click on the following terms. It will open in a new window that you can close to return to this page. On these pages, you can also search for […]

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Relationship between Consecutive and Simultaneous Interpreting

Interpreting a Visit to an Emergency Department by Doug Bowen-Bailey The following reflections come from my attempts at creating video resources which will support interpreters and educators in developing the competencies necessary for interpreting interactive discourse. As this is new for me (and for our profession) they are ideas undergoing evolution, and are designed to […]

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Your Assignment

Interpreting a Visit to an Emergency Department Your Assignment… …Should You Choose to Accept it? Imagine that you are at dinner. The phone rings and it is the local hospital on the line informing you that they have a Deaf patient at their emergency department and are in need of an interpreter. What questions do […]

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