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DATA About Language NeedGeneralHealthcareTechnology
January 16, 2020

Does Language Support Improve Care? Looking at Care Outcomes with DATA About Language Need

Data that is available to or produced by the Language Program Manager can be a critical component in driving both better care quality and lower operating costs. Here are some ideas for connecting with two groups of healthcare organization leaders: those who are accountable for…
GeneralHealthcareProgram Management
January 16, 2020

Together We are Smarter! Creating a Support Network of Peer Language Program Managers

Language program managers in hospital and clinic systems gain valuable knowledge from forming networks with peers. There is no national professional network of language program managers on the order of those that exist for other health management groups such as nurse managers, radiology managers, or…


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April 27, 2018

Compassion Fatigue is Real for Interpreters

Compassion fatigue and vicarious trauma are real. Interpreters, please take the time to take care of yourselves. Click here to continue reading Winnie Heh's post on Compassion Fatigue.
May 3, 2017

“I can’t meditate!” If you’ve ever said or thought this, this article is for you.

One of my most valuable yoga lessons came from a beginner class, where the instructor said to all the First-Time Yogis, "When I hear people say, 'I can't do yoga,' I respond by asking, 'Can you breathe? Then you can do yoga.'" The Psychologist Belisa…