CCHI brings together different stakeholders in the medical interpreting profession and industry to ensure quality in healthcare interpreting.
CCHI is conducting the EtoE Research Study to determine if cognitive interpreting skills can be measured via a standardized monolingual oral performance test (English only). This study is made possible in part by a grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and by contributions from interpreters, interpreter training companies and language services companies. Thank you!
We are seeking 300 Spanish, Arabic and Mandarin medical interpreters, who are eligible for the CHI™ certification, to participate in the EtoE Research Study as a volunteer in January – March 2020.
Read the ETOE Exam Guide to learn more about the exam tested in the study.
If you are interested in issues prior to 2016, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Learn how certification can benefit your career in medical interpreting. First, read CCHI Candidate’s Examination Handbook.
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