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Confidentiality

TermDefinition
Confidentiality Tenet Interpreters adhere to standards of confidential communication.
Confidentiality Guiding Principle Confidentiality is highly valued by consumers and is essential to protecting all involved. Each situation has a standard of confidentiality. They are expected to know the general requirements and applicability of various levels of confidentiality.
Confidentiality Illustrative Behavior 1.1 Share assignment-related information only on a confidential and “as-needed” basis.
Confidentiality Illustrative Behavior 1.2 Manage data, invoices, records, or other situational or consumer-specific information in a manner consistent with maintaining consumer confidentiality (e.g., shredding, locked files).
Confidentiality Illustrative Behavior 1.3 Inform consumers when federal or state mandates require disclosure of confidential information.
Examples of "as-needed" basis supervisors, interpreter team members, members of the educational team, hiring entities
Exceptions to confidentiality Exceptions to confidentiality include, for example, federal and state laws requiring mandatory reporting of abuse or threats of suicide, or responding to subpoenas.
Examples of interpreting situation elementary, secondary, and post-secondary education, legal, medical, mental health
Define Colleagues Other interpreters
Define Consumers Individuals and entities who are part of the interpreted situation. This includes individuals who are deaf, deaf-blind, hard of hearing, and hearing.
Created by: cjtdamnd
 

 



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