Just like other professions in the medical field, healthcare interpreters aren’t static. Read on to find out more.
Remote interpreters, what gives you nightmares?! Is it The Jokester? The Dreadful Disruptor? The Ghost Caller? All three?!
If you work with the public, bookmark this post. These are the terms you’ll need to know when providing services to your deaf and hard of hearing customers.
Everyone has a right to explore all the beauty the U.S. has to offer. And these organizations agree.
Freelance interpreters make up the vast majority of language service professionals. Learn more about the top need-to-know facts.
Do you enjoy interpreting for minors or does the thought of it send you running for the hills? If you’re in the latter category, we’ve got a few tweaks that could help you change your tune.
Before partnering with a video remote interpreting company, scan our list of the top orgs in the U.S., and get ready to compare, contrast, and (critically) evaluate!
A closer look at how one healthcare system in Texas rethought their interpreting options to better assist patients during COVID.
Your call center agents will no longer have to awkwardly use the French they haven’t spoken since 7th grade if you add telephone interpreting services to your call center.
If you’re curious about becoming a certified medical interpreter, read this! And catch the interview with a recent certified interpreter.