The Interpreter’s Guide through CPR (Spanish)
Few interpreters are required to have CPR training despite working in the hospital setting and practically zero independent contractors have ever taken a CPR class. Court interpreters find themselves interpreting in medical malpractice suits where the rescue effort is scrutinized. This class intends to eliminate any gaps of practical knowledge on the subject of CPR, its algorithms (adult, child, and infant), protocols, medications, and the events that follow
0.0 Units of continuing education approved by State Language Access Programs for court interpreters certified in the following states:
CO, KY, OR, UT, TX.
2.0 Units of continuing education approved by CEAP for CCHI certified interpreters.
0.2 Units of continuing education approved by IMIA for NBCMI certified interpreters.
2.0 Units of continuing education approved by Oregon Health Authority (OHA) for certified medical interpreters.
Continuing education approved by the ATA is available with live classes.
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What We'll Learn
Review CPR algorithms and isolate specific terminology.
Identify the various protocols at different stages of the resuscitation effort.
Identify the medications administered and why.
Discuss what happens when things go right and when they don’t.