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IMIA Code of Ethics (established in 1987 and revised in 2006)

The IMIA was the first organization to author an ethical code of conduct specifically for medical interpreters. Multiple codes of ethics have since followed. A code of ethics is necessary for medical interpreters to maintain standards for the individuals within that profession to adhere to. It brings about accountability, responsibility and trust to the individuals that the profession serves. 

Code in English
Code in Arabic
Code in T. Chinese
Code in S. Chinese
Code in French
Code in German
Code in Hebrew
Code in isiZulu
Code in Italian
Code in Japanese
Code in Korean
Code in Polish
Code in Portuguese B.
Code in Portuguese C.
Code in Russian
Code in Spanish
Code in Vietnamese
 

Additional Documents

>IMIA Leaders Code of Conduct

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