UCSD ASL Oncology Training CEUs
About the UCSD program
The ASL Interpreter Oncology Training Program at the UCSD Moores Cancer Center is providing oncology training for ASL interpreters to improve the Deaf community's access to health information and care.
The program consists of 13 cancer education modules offered in written English and ASL. There will be about 200 oncology terms explained in ASL with example sentences, so that participants may get a better understanding of how the terms are used. The program is all online, and requires only a few hours each month over about a year's time. It's free while UCSD is evaluating it. The first five participants from each state to complete the program will receive a $100 thank you.
How to apply to UCSD's program
- Download three documents from UCSD's website, found under "Forms to be completed PRIOR to starting the program" http://deafhealth.ucsd.edu/rid/rid_forms.asp
- Mail your completed forms to:
UCSD Cancer Center
3855 Health Sciences Drive MC 0850
La Jolla, CA 92093
Once UCSD receives your paperwork, they will email you a letter of acceptance with your log in information.
Questions about the Oncology Training Program? Please contact Melanie Nakaji at: email@example.com or 858-768-0438 (VP).
Important: We are no longer accepting new applications for CEU sponsorship for this program. The last day to apply for CEUs through the CATIE Center was January 31, 2014.
Accepted participants who applied for CEUs through the CATIE Center before January 31 have until June 2014 to complete the ASL Interpreter Training Program and submit their activity logs for CEUs.
Questions about CEU processing? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 651-690-6973 (voice). Other sponsors are also processing CEUs for this activity.
When you have completed the program
Please submit the following documents to the CATIE Center (email@example.com) to receive CEUs:
- Your completed Oncology Program Activity Log sheets (click here to download form)
- Your certificate of completion from UCSD