access intranet after hours circle-arrow apply blog caret circle arrow close closer look community outreach community outreach contact contact us down arrow facebook lock solid find a provider find a clinical trial find a provider find a researcher find faculty find-a-service how to apply join leadership left arrow locations logo make a gift map location maximize minimize my chart my chart notification hp notification lp next chevron right nxt prev pay your bill play previous quality and safety refer a patient request a speaker request appointment request an appointment residents corner rss search search jobs Asset 65 submit a story idea symptom checker Arrow Circle Up twitter youtube Dino Logo External Link University Logo Color University Logo Solid Health Logo Solid Arrow Right Circle Book Calendar Date Calendar Search Date Diploma Certificate Dollar Circle Donate Envelope Graduation Cap Map Pin Map Search Phone Pills Podcast

Note Taking

Date: Date to be confirmed

Time: To be confirmed

Registration Deadline: To be confirmed

Cost: $85.00


Most interpreters have not yet acquired the skills to take efficient notes. This workshop fills that gap.

In just one day, watch your skills improve. After a demonstration, then an introduction to a simplified version of the seven-step Rozan method, you will take a baseline self-assessment. Then you’ll proceed to develop skills in taking vertical notes through practice in abbreviations, links, symbols development and much more.

The workshop includes a recommended note-taking pad and handouts. The skills you acquire in just one day will last a lifetime

Learning Objectives:

After completing this workshop, interpreters will be able to:

  • Describe Rozan's 7 principles to consecutive note-taking
  • Explain note-taking requirements for medical and community interpreting versus legal interpreting settings
  • Demonstrate strategies for creating note-taking symbols and abbreviations

Audience: Bilingual staff and contract interpreters in health care, education, social services and community services

Medical University of South Carolina is an Approved RID CMP Sponsor for continuing education activities. This Professional Studies program is offered for .7 CEUs at the Little/None Content Knowledge Level.

In addition, this program is approved by the Certification Commission for Healthcare Interpreters for 7 CCHI CE hours, and by the American Translators Association for 7 ATA CEPs.