$25.00 USD

Working with American Sign Language (ASL) interpreters in Ambulatory Settings

Enhance communication with Deaf patients in ambulatory settings through effective strategies for working with ASL interpreters, including telehealth visits and addressing limitations of Video Remote Interpreting.

Enhance your skills in working with American Sign Language (ASL) interpreters in ambulatory settings. Explore advanced strategies for effective collaboration, including interpreter scheduling, successful telehealth strategies, and understanding the limitations of Video Remote Interpreting. Gain insights into Deaf cultural values and the qualities of a Deaf-friendly healthcare provider. Prior completion of "An Introduction to Working with ASL Interpreters in Healthcare Settings" is recommended.


  1. Describe at least three best practices for efficient scheduling and collaboration with ASL interpreters in ambulatory settings to optimize communication with Deaf patients.
  2. Explain successful strategies for conducting telehealth visits with ASL interpreters, ensuring effective communication and quality care for Deaf patients.
  3. Articulate the limitations associated with Video Remote Interpreting and the use of ad hoc interpreters, enabling healthcare professionals to make informed decisions when utilizing these methods.

Duration: 30 minutes

Content Knowledge Level:

  • Novice: Limited knowledge or experience in the subject matter.
  • Beginner: Basic understanding and familiarity with the foundational concepts.

Target Audience:

  • Professional Studies (PS): Content directly applicable or impactful to healthcare professionals, interpreters, and transliterators.
  • General Studies (GS): Topics that broaden the general or global knowledge base of healthcare professionals, interpreters, and transliterators. 

Disability Statement:
ASL interpreters and live Communication Access Real-Time Translation (CART) provided by A5 Interpreting. 

If you have a disability that may require some accommodation in order to participate in a Bridges Oregon activity, please notify the Bridges Oregon at (971) 202-1500 or [email protected] at least 3 full business days in advance.

Diversity Statement:
Bridges Oregon is providing this workshop as an opportunity for safe, respectful learning and will not permit harassment, discrimination or horizontal violence based on another's comments, questions, schema, race, color, religion, gender, gender expression, age, national origin, disability, marital status, sexual orientation or any other protected class.

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