Paving the Way Conference
Medical interpreters benefit from discussing the challenges of their daily work, as well as the range of linguistic and cultural issues affecting the field. Paving the Way to Health Care Access, two days of educational conference, sponsored by UMass Chan Medical School's MassAHEC Network, provides this opportunity.
This continuing education event is open to those who have previously attended our medical interpreter training programs and those who work with medical interpreters:
- Medical interpreters
- Interpreter managers and coordinators
- Members of the health care team working with interpreters
Participants choose from different workshops, each of which provides opportunities to explore specific topics and improve knowledge and skills.
2023 Paving the Way to Health Care Access Conference - Live Streaming via Zoom Platform
May 19 & May 20, 2023
REGISTRATION TO CLOSE AT MIDNIGHT, MONDAY, MAY 15TH
Please click here for additional conference information and/or to register for the 2023 Paving the Way conference.
Want to be a sponsor for the 2023 Paving the Way conference? For additional information and to access the sponsorship form please click here.
We would like to say "Thank you" to our current 2023 sponsors:
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This year's Tony Winsor Award Recipient is Zarita Araujo-Lane! To read more about Zarita please click here.
Past Paving the Way to Health Care Access Conferences
Paving the Way to Health Care 2022 - Workshop Presentations - Coming Soon!
Since 2005, this annual conference has featured specific topics related to health disparities, language access, and the quality of care delivered to a diverse population.
"This was my first experience attending the Paving the Way to Health Care Conference and I thoroughly enjoyed it! I am looking forward to attending next year."
" Excellent! I enjoyed the workshops very much! the presenters at each workshop I attended were competent and very knowledgement of the topic."
"Well organized and great presenters."