MING 2015 Fall Forum Agenda

Eligible For 0.75 IMIA and 6.5 CCHI CEUs!

The Medical Interpreter Network of Georgia (MING) is proud to announce that we are holding our 2015 MING Fall Forum on Saturday, October 10, 2015 at 
Gwinnett Medical Center-Duluth, Outpatient Center
3805 Pleasant Hill Road, Duluth, GA 30096 from 8:30AM to 4:30PM.

We have an exciting, fun and highly informative conference planned for you!

Guest Speakers:
Paige W. Havens, Keynote - Brain Injury Association of Georgia
“Brain Injury and Concussion: Causes, Symptoms, Diagnoses and Treatment”

Alison Arévalo Amador and Andrea Henry
“Navigating Health Literacy Disparities: Techniques for the Interpreter”

Emilio J. German – Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
“HIV-Related Disparities among African-American, Black, Hispanic and Latino Populations in the United States”

Sean Normansell – International Medical Interpreters Association
“Understanding the IMIA CEU Program”

Marilyn Teague - Georgia Interpreting Services Network
“Deaf Culture – the Right Way and the Wrong Way to Interact With a Person Who is Deaf”

Cliff Bray - Westbrook McGrath Bridges Orth and Bray CPA
“Accounting Best Practices for the Medical Interpreter”

Alexandra Guzman - Stephanie V. Blank Center for Safe and Healthy Children at CHOA
“Mandated Reporter Laws In GA”

Vivian I. Rice – Georgia Regents University
“Newly Enhanced CLAS Standards”

Breakfast will be provided by Gwinnett Medical Center and lunch will be provided by Link2Spanish. MING will also be holding a raffle and providing door prizes!

Click Here and Register Today!

Guests: $90

To download the agenda, click here.

For a map of the Gwinnett Medical Center Duluth, please click here.

We look forward to seeing you!
The MING Board of Directors