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  1. According to the NCIHC (National Commission for Interpreting in Healthcare) there are nine (9) ethical cannons and 32 (thirty-two) Standards of Practice..[Points: 1]
  2. There are two (2) that are NOT NCIHC rules of ethics. Select the two:[Points: 1]
  3. Do all countries have the same code of ethics for medical interpreting?[Points: 1]
  4. Complete the sentence[Points: 1]

    ‘Ethics is what we must do and the is how we should do it.

  5. Which of the 9 (nine) ethical principles do you feel are the most important. Select 2 (two).[Points: 1]
  6. “The interpreter manages the flow of communication’’ is a Standard of Practice associated with which ethical principle. Select only one.[Points: 1]
  7. As a medical interpreter you are bound by a strict ethical principle of confidentiality. There are exceptions. Of those below, one is wrong. Select the situation that does NOT apply:[Points: 1]
  8. If you have the consent of the patient to divulge otherwise confidential information, can you ethically do it?[Points: 1]
  9. Do the same rules of confidentiality apply if the patient is a minor?[Points: 1]
  10. In the encounter where the brother was interpreting for his sister (Portuguese), write down ALL that you think the brother did wrong as an ad hoc interpreter.[Points: 0]
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