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IMIA Code of Ethics (established in 1987 and revised in 2006) From the IMIA’s website: The IMIA was the first organization to author an ethical code of conduct specifically for medical interpreters. Multiple codes of ethics have since followed. A code of ethics... read more
Advancing ASL-English healthcare interpreters The St. Catherine University CATIE Center Mental and Behavioral Health Interpreting project is funded by the U.S. Department of Education, Rehabilitation Services Administration, #H160D160003, from 2017-2021.