What: CE Webinar #14

Breathe: Everything about the Lungs and the Respiratory System (for Mandarin interpreters)

When: November 16, 2018 at 3 pm ET/ 2 pm CT/ 1 pm MT/ 12 pm PT

CE hours accredited: 1.5 CE hours (CEAP ID #08820), (WA DSHS ID #319)

Cost: Free

Presenters: Shaobo Jiang, M.A., M.S., CHI™-Mandarin, and Juan Wang, M.D.

 

In the light of another upcoming flu season, CCHI offers a free CE performance-based webinar for Mandarin interpreters “Breathe: Everything about the Lungs and the Respiratory System”. Join our guest presenters Shaobo Jiang, M.A., M.S., CHI™-Mandarin, and Juan Wang, M.D., to learn about the anatomy of the respiratory system, common diagnostic methods, common diseases, such as pneumonia, asthma, COPD, and lung cancer. We will also give some interpreting tips and provide some resources. The webinar is delivered in English and Mandarin. Webinar is accredited for 1.5 PB CE hours, CEAP ID #08850.

 

Presenters’ Bios

Shaobo JIANG is a Certified Healthcare Interpreter ™ (CHI™-Mandarin ) by CCHI and a certified translator by American Translators Association. He holds an MA degree in Translation and Localization Management from the Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey, and a MSc degree in Biomaterials from Ulm University, Germany. He’s been in the language industry since 2010. Throughout the years, he has worn many hats, from a translator, an interpreter, to a Project Manager and a Program Manager for different translation companies and organizations. Currently, he is the Assistant Manager for the Interpreter Services department at Stanford Children’s Health. Shaobo lives in San Jose, California, and enjoys playing tennis and volleyball in his spare time.

Juan WANG holds a MD degree in internal medicine. Since 2007, she has worked as a physician in the respiratory and critical care department, Tianjin Medical University general hospital. Now she is an associate chief physician. Her expertise is in the diagnosis and treatment of respiratory diseases, especially COPD, asthma, sleep breathing disorders and noninvasive ventilation. And she is also a clinical teacher for the undergraduate students in the medical university. This year, she is very glad to be a visiting scholar of University of Pittsburgh.

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