Demystifying Orthopedics IV: Hand and Wrist Anatomy + Common Injuries and
This class was specifically designed for interpreters and translators in the field that find the need to improve their knowledge on hand and wrist anatomy as well as injuries, diseases and common nomenclature. This is the fourth part (part 4) in a series of classes aimed at demystifying orthopedics for interpreters and translators.
1.0 Units of continuing education
approved by State Language Access Programs for court interpreters certified in the following states:
CO, NM, NC, OH, OR, PA, TX, UT.
0.1 Units of continuing education approved by IMIA for NBCMI certified interpreters.
0.1 Units of continuing education approved by CEAP for CCHI certified interpreters.
0.0 Units of continuing education approved by Oregon Health Authority (OHA) for certified medical interpreters.
1.0 Units of continuing education approved by the American Translators Association (ATA) for certified translators.
What We'll Learn
Attendees will walk away with more in depth knowledge of hand and wrist anatomy
We will identify common yet seldomly used terminology.
Attendees will explore common injuries and diseases of the hand and wrist as well as their plain English descriptions, and higher register terminology, plus their
equivalents in Spanish.