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Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Working with Interpreters in Family Meetings

From the Portal of Geriatric Online Education comes a quick reference tool for any health care professional working with families who require an interpreter or if English is not the first language.  Working with Interpreters in Family Meetings is a very brief pocket card, that outlines procedures and tips on how to use an interpreter and how to make the family more at ease with an interpreter present.  It also identifies key phrases that can be used with families and interpreters.

For more information on the resource, please click here.

This factsheet is only accessible to those with a POGOE account, however sign-up for an account is free.

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