Introduction to Healthcare for Spanish-speaking Interpreters and Translators

| Auckland University of Technology
| Monterey Institute of International Studies
| Auckland University of Technology
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This book is based on the very popular international publication (Crezee, 2013) and has been supplemented with Spanish glossaries. Just like the 2013 textbook, this practical resource will allow interpreters and translators to quickly read up on healthcare settings, familiarizing themselves with anatomy, physiology, medical terminology and frequently encountered conditions, diagnostic tests and treatment options.

It is an exceptionally useful and easily accessible handbook, in particular for interpreters, translators, educators and other practitioners working between Spanish and English. A special chapter on the US insurance system adds even more value for those in the US.

The extensive English-Spanish glossaries will be very useful to Spanish speaking practitioners, and may also be beneficial to those working with other Romance languages, as the Spanish terms may serve as a trigger to help identify cognates. Where terms are most commonly used in a particular part of the Spanish speaking world, an abbreviation has been added to indicate which country it may be found in. This helps ensure that terms reflect usage in different parts of the Americas, and also in Spain.
[Not in series, 193]  2015.  xxviii, 388 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Table of illustrations
xv–xvi
List of tables
xvii–xviii
Authors’ notes
xix–xxii
Acknowledgments
xxiii–xxiv
Foreword
xxv–xxvi
Foreword to this edition
xxvii–xxviii
Part I. Interpreting
Chapter 1. Introduction
1–10
Chapter 2. Interpreting in healthcare settings
11–22
Chapter 3. A word about culture
23–32
Chapter 4. Healthcare Insurance
33–42
Part II. Interpreting in healthcare settings
Chapter 5. Primary care physicians
43–54
Chapter 6. Specialty clinics
55–58
Chapter 7. Hospitals
59–70
Chapter 8. Emergency Departments or ERs
71–92
Chapter 9. Informed consent
93–96
Chapter 10. Pre-operative and post-operative procedures
97–106
Chapter 11. Intensive Care
107–114
Chapter 12. Obstetrics
115–126
Chapter 13. Child health
127–152
Chapter 14. Speech-Language Therapy
153–158
Chapter 15. Mental health
159–170
Chapter 16. Oncology
171–184
Part III. Healthcare specialties
Chapter 17. Neurology: Nerves and the nervous system
185–202
Chapter 18. Cardiology: Heart and the circulatory system
203–220
Chapter 19. Pulmonology: The respiratory system
221–236
Chapter 20. Hematology: Blood and blood disorders
237–250
Chapter 21. Orthopedics: The skeletal system
251–260
Chapter 22. Muscles and the motor system
261–268
Chapter 23. The sensory system
269–280
Chapter 24. Immunology: The immune and lymphatic systems
281–290
Chapter 25. Endocrinology: The endocrine system
291–302
Chapter 26. Gastroenterology: The digestive system
303–316
Chapter 27. Urology and nephrology: The urinary system
317–326
Chapter 28. Urology and gynecology; the reproductive systems
327–352
Appendix
353–356
References
357–370
Useful websites
371–372
Index
373–388
“It is written in excellent standard English and the content is really substantial: introducing interpreting and the interpreting job, hospital settings of Western countries, and most of all, in-depth explanation of major diseases. [...] I would be pleased to recommend your publication to other countries training their first medical interpreters.”
“This introduction into healthcare interpreting is one not to be missed for those entering the profession. While it would be quite difficult to discuss all specializations and settings a healthcare interpreter might encounter, the authors did a thorough job of covering the most common situations an interpreter might face, as well as general discussions of issues that interpreters face on a daily basis. Translators are also very well served by this book, as it can provide a deeper sense of a patient’s condition or situations in which he or she might need specific forms or information translated for various procedures and tests. The index is thorough, allowing the reader to look up specific topics quickly to get a broad sense of certain areas of medicine. Even the most experienced translators and interpreters will likely find this resource valuable.”
“The authors have succeeded in providing a very valuable guide that covers what interpreters and translators need to know. I certainly recommend this book, especially to those who teach/work with the English-Spanish language combination.”
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