Interpreters’ mental health: Vicarious trauma and secondary stress

Dr Miranda Lai is a senior lecturer at RMIT University. She is widely published on community interpreting and its training. Her research interests include police interpreting, vicarious trauma, and ethics for T & I. She is the co-author of Police Investigative Interviews and Interpreting and Ethics for Police Translators and Interpreters.

Guest speaker: Dr Miranda Lai

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Optimising Interpreter Services in Healthcare: Insights from Industry Experts

Are you an interpreter working in healthcare settings? This webinar is for you! Join us next week…

Session 1: Taryn McBurney

12 November 2022. Practical Strategies for Self-Care & Resilience for Interpreters. Salient points  

Session 3: Professor Liz Reymond

29 April 2023. Voluntary assisted dying – what it is, how it works, the role of interpreters…

Session 3: Shae Miller

29 April 2023. Pathways to easier Advance Care Planning for interpretation. Salient points PowerPoint slides

Session 4: The Venerable Tsultrim

17 June 2023. Spiritual care at end of life… what is it? Salient points

Session 3: Katie Filmer

29 April 2023. It’s all about the patients. Salient points PowerPoint slides

Session 2: Dr Philip Good

18 February 2023. Beginner’s Guide to PallCare and End-of-Life Care: general information to interpreters. Salient points PowerPoint…

Session 2: Sherryl Searles

18 February 2023. Coping with death: recognising it as a natural and important part of life. Salient…

Session 2: Dr Jones Chen

18 February 2023. Working as an Interpreter in Palliative Care: overview of common illnesses, self-care and teamwork….

Session 1: Professor Liz Reymond

12 November 2022. Beginner’s Guide to Palliative Care. Salient points part I Salient points part II PowerPoint…