Module 3: Interview Considerations (PowerPoint Presentation) « Slideshows & Media  « Downloads 
|Date posted||December 29, 2011|
|Categories||Slideshows & Media , Model Curriculum |
|Tags||istanbul protocol |
(There is PowerPoint presentation to accompany each of the nine Istanbul Protocol Model Medical Curriculum modules. Designed primarily for instructors who prefer to use a lecture format, the content of the presentations closely parallels that of the modules.) Module 3 provides a detailed review of interviewing considerations that is relevant not only for clinicians, but lawyers, adjudicators and human rights investigators/monitors. The Module first reviews a wide range of preliminary considerations (interview settings, trust, informed consent, privacy, empathy, safety and security, re-traumatisation, gender considerations, cultural and religious awareness, working with interpreters, and transference and counter-transference reactions, among others) and then discusses how to conduct interivews and the content of the interviews. Students will be asked to listen to an audiotape of a radio interview with a torture survivor and apply what they have learned in Module 3 to their experience of listening to a survivor. This practical exercise will help students to understand the emotions reactions of survivors (transference) and common reactions of clinicians (counter-transference).