2023 NZSTI Conference recordings package
The NZSTI Conference 2023 was a great success and delegates enjoyed connecting with colleagues and attending a wide range of presentations and workshops. NZSTI is pleased to provide recordings of the conference sessions so delegates and those who have purchased the package can watch or rewatch the many interesting sessions at our conference.
Due to technical issues beyond our control, live recordings of some presentations are not available. Affected sessions have been re-recorded by the presenters when possible. Note that a few presentations, interactive workshops and panel discussions could not be re-recorded. We apologise for any inconvenience.
Note that these recordings will be available to watch until 30 November 2023.
Interpreters in mental health settings - Anna Guo
Interpreters in mental health settings face many unique challenges, mainly due to the complexity of psychiatric terminology, the delicacy of the situations they translate, and the need for an intricate understanding of cultural differences. However, the post-pandemic era places interpreters in more demanding and vulnerable positions as they may respond to overwhelming cases while critical events could affect interpreters’ own mental well-being.