Get to know – Upper Limb (in English)
Duration: 2 hours
CEUs: 2 DSHS (#180), CIMCEs (L-5536)
Type: Self-paced, non-instructor led
Access to Site: 3 months
This webinar is presented in English for interpreters of languages other than Spanish (Arabic, Chinese, Russian, Vietnamese, etc.). All levels are welcome.
The upper limb is composed of the shoulders, elbows, wrists, and hands. It is more than just muscles and bones. It is a structure that has ligaments, muscles, and tendons that make up, stabilize, and help each joint move.
During this 2-hour *recorded* webinar, participants will become familiar with the basic anatomy and physiology of the upper limb, common signs, symptoms, diseases, tests, diagnosis, and treatment in English.
What do you get with this webinar?
All students receive a link to a site they can access for 3 months. There, they will find:
- Webinar recording
- Presentation handout
- List of useful terminology
- Document for sight translation practice
- 10-question, multiple choice test
In order to receive a Certificate of attendance with CEUs (2 DSHS, 2 CIMCEs) participants must watch the recording, and score over 75% on a 10-question multiple choice test. Certificate will arrive within 48 hours.