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Pals For Health On Healthcare Interpreting

Posted on November 26, 2013

  • Date: May 2, 2013
  • Time: 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm
  • Location: LA5-165

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Health Care Interpreting—Role and Career

May 2 (Wednesday), 4 PM

CSULB Bldg LA 5, Room 165


Tina Vasinamakin, Program Assistant at PALS for Health, will give a talk at 4 PM to the students in Japanese Language, Culture, and Communication (JAPN 350) in Rm 165, Bldg LA5, on the role of the health care interpreter and careers in that field.

All interested CSULB students and faculty are invited to attend.

By discussing some do’s and don’ts of using an interpreter, Ms. Vasinamakin will offer insights into the nature and importance of careers in this field of interpreting and translating. She will also discuss ways in which one can enter the field.

Ms. Vasinamakin’s organization, PALS for Health and ALAS para Tu Salud, offers interpreting and translation services in the LA area for speakers of Spanish and several Asian languages, including Cantonese, Khmer, Korean, Lao, and Japanese.

Inquiries?  Contact Dr. Sam Coleman at

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