Boston hospitals striving to expand, standardize translation services
Boston Globe, June 5, 2008
As more immigrants to Greater Boston have created a higher demand for medical interpreters, the profession is racing to catch up. Now a Boston-based group, the International Medical Interpreters Association, is pushing for a national certification program. The goal is to standardize the profession in medicine, which is the fastest-growing of all interpreter fields.
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