Date: Saturday, April 2, 2016
Time: 9 AM – 12:15 PM
Location: Cal Poly Pomona – Bronco Student Center (Room England Evans)
About the Workshop
Occupational injuries and domestic violence share an important similarity for medical and legal interpreters: They both require med-legal reports to be generated in order to establish facts in civil or criminal legal cases.
In this 3-hour interactive lecture, the presenters will explain, in Spanish, standard med-legal terminology related to:
- Occupational injuries with an emphasis on back and upper and lower extremity injuries. Also includes the clinical examination of an injured worker.
- Forensic medicine with an emphasis on the classification and assessment of domestic violence injuries.
– Study materials will be provided to participants
– Language Specific: Spanish
Continuing Education Units (CEUs):
CIMCE – 3 CEUs
ATA – 3 CEUs
IMIA – 0.3 CEUs
CCHI – 3 CEUs
About the Trainers:
Dr. Alexandra Tamayo – a native of Ecuador, graduated from the School of Medicine and Surgery at the University of Guayaquil, where she completed her residency in Internal Medicine. She also holds a master’s degree of Health Management for Local Development and Hospital Management.
From 2000 to 2009, she served as a councilwoman at her local city council, where she actively worked on areas such as health and education for at risk groups. She created a municipal health council, designed comprehensive local health plans, and lead campaigns against domestic violence. She also served as an in-house physician at an educational institution, where she specialized in Adolescent Medicine.
She belongs and actively participates in the Scientific Society of Sexology and Sexual Education of Ecuador, where she has contributed as a speaker-researcher on children’s psycho-sexual development, domestic violence and gender issues.
In 2011 Dr. Tamayo served as the Technical Director of the province’s hospital, and since 2013 she heads the technical office of the legal unit for violence against women and children, where she performs assessments of domestic violence injuries and prepares expert reports at the request of judges.
Dr. Jorge Guerrero – graduated from the School of Medicine and Surgery at the University of Guayaquil, Ecuador. He specialized in Occupational Safety and Health Management at the Universidad Católica de Guayaquil and in Medellín, Colombia.
He serves as physician consultant in occupational injury prevention and management for various private companies and industries, such as construction and raw-material processing, and in the services sector in industries such as hotels, medical, food, transportation, and pharmaceuticals. Some of his clients are the Freight Terminal of Ecuador, the Ecological Airports of Galapagos, Diners Club, and Uniplus Movistar.
Dr. Guerrero is involved in the selection of personnel for different positions, based on the injury risks of the position and the health condition of the worker. Additionally, he prepares occupational med-legal records that include ergonomic, physical, chemical, mechanical and psycho-social risks.
He has served as lecturer at national conferences on occupational medicine, particularly on occupational safety and health management systems. He also serves as trainer on workplace hazards, proper material handling, and stress management for Kimberly Clark and other national and international medical and chemical companies.
About the location:
Bronco Student Center @ California State University Cal Poly Pomona
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- Cancellations received by March 28, 2016 will be offered a 50% refund
- Cancellations received March 29, 2016 or later will not be offered a refund
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We hope to see you there!
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