Module dates: September 16th – October 20th, 2019
If you missed it the first time when we offered our module in 2018, here is the second opportunity to take advantage of the CATIE Center’s module, Intro to Psychopharmacology for ASL interpreters.
For interpreters, being able to understand the effects prescription drugs have the on mood, sensation, thinking, and behavior of our clients is critical. This module, designed with Daniel Lundberg, will focus on the three pillars of psychopharmacology: symptoms, medications, and side effects, and discuss how each may impact our work as interpreters. Psychiatric medications can come up in a variety of settings, including annual medical appointments, psychiatric medication check up, nurse visits in educational settings, and more.
This module will cover:
- Major groups of psychiatric medications and their corresponding diagnoses.
- Possible impacts psychiatric medications have on language (receptive and expressive).
- The use of case studies to apply learning to patient medical charts.
- Numerous and readily available resources on diagnosis, medications and additional strategies for effective communication with patients.
This module will require about 20 hours of work. There are no set meeting times, but the module is designed for participants to go through together for richer discussion. All work must be completed by 11:59pm on October 20. See Course Outline below for an overview of the course.
Come expand your understanding of psychopharmacology with us!
Registration fee: $40
Registration will become available on September 4th, 2019 at 12:30pm CST.
Before registering, please review technology requirements, time commitment and qualifications to register.
To register, participants must:
- Work in the United States or U.S. territories
- Hold RID, NAD, or BEI certification
- Have a minimum of 3 years interpreting experience
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