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- Position Statement on the Use of VRI Services in Hospitals
Standard Practice Paper on Video Remote Interpreting.
- Standard Practice Paper on Video Relay Services
Recommended Guidelines for VRI in ASL in the courtroom.
Examining the challenges of trilingual (Spanish-English-ASL) VRS interpreting
Video Relay Interpreting Services in Victoria: An insight into the human experience surrounding Video Relay Interpreting services and an outline of the current awareness and expectations of Victorian stakeholders
Interpreted Ideals and Relayed Rights: Video Interpreting Services as Objects of Politics
Identifying effective practices in video interpreting
Video relay service industry research, training and material needs.
Video relay service interpreting domains and competencies
"It Was Difficult to Manage the Communication"
The use of existing videoconferencing technology to deliver video remote interpreting services for deaf vocational rehabilitation clients
385 Emergency Department Staff Attitudes and Satisfaction With Live-Feed Video Interpreting for Limited English Proficient Patients: Pre-and Post-Training.
Final Report, Chapter 2: Ensuring High Quality and Innovative Access Services for D/HH Students and Professionals in Healthcare Fields
Trinity Health Systems, Iowa
Inova Hospitals, Virginia
Laurel Regional Hospital, Maryland
Professional autonomy in video relay service interpreting: Perceptions of American Sign Language-English interpreters.
Investigating interpreter footing shifts in video relay interpreting.
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