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  1. If the patient complains to you that she is very unhappy with the treatment she is getting from the provider, and you suggest that she ask to have another one assigned, you are infringing which of the following:[Points: 1]
  2. If the interpreter promotes, in the encounter, direct communication among the parties and patient autonomy, he would be acting in accordance with which of the following principles?[Points: 1]
  3. The patient is ordered to take medication after every meal. The interpreter knows it’s the month of Ramadan. He brings it up. He is acting according to the basic principle of:[Points: 1]
  4. The patient asks the interpreter for a ride home. The interpreter refuses based on which of the following ethical principles:[Points: 1]
  5. Biomedical culture would imply knowing about (mark all that are correct):[Points: 1]
  6. Being a ‘professional ‘implies which of the following (mark all that are correct):[Points: 1]
  7. One way to foster an interpreter’s professional development is for him/her to seek feedback on his/her performance.[Points: 1]
  8. When a patients’ ____________________ is at risk, an interpreter may be justified in acting as an advocate (Chose the best answer).[Points: 1]
  9. Describe in a short paragraph a situation where ‘cultural awareness’ could become an ethical dilemma.[Points: 0]
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