October 12-13, 2022
I will be visiting Center of Bioethics of UNC School of Medicine to explore ethical issues in language and culture as a part of lecture series in the Clinical Ethics Grand Rounds and Academy of Educators. In addition, I will host workshops for professional interpreters and clinicians.
A New Begining
After 18 years at the University of Oklahoma, I am honored and excited to accept the position of Chair and Professor at the Department of Communication Studies at the University of Minnesota. I look forward to building a strong and thriving community for all. My husband, Dr. Eric Kramer, will remain at OU for one more year to finish his 5 doctoral students before joining me at the U.
University of Oklahoma
I was awarded the Edith Kinney Gaylord Presidential Professorship, one of the highest honors at OU. Presidential professorship recognizes faculty members who excel in all their professional activities and who relate those activities to the student they teach and mentor.
Oregon Bioethics and Humanities Colloquium
Hsieh, E. (2023, May 19). Conceptualizing culture in healthcare contexts: A theoretical framework. Oregon Bioethics and Humanities Colloquium (OBHC), Oregon Health and Science University, Portland, OR.
初二回娘家 (Jan. 27, 2023)
Hsieh, E. (2023, January 27). Rethinking culture in social interactions: Invoked identities and/or invisible structural frame? Colloquium to celebrate 75 years of Department of Communication (1947-2022), Department of Communication, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Conference Presentations and MORE (Nov. 15-20)
NCA is always energizing. Meeting all kinds of women -- Doing inspiring work, Protecting those they love, & Finding strength in communities.
I learn so much from all of you. Thank you for sharing your life and stories with me.
Emapthic Communication in Interpreter-Mediated Encounters
Theys, L., Wermuth, C., Hsieh, E., Krystallidou, D., Pype, P., & Salaets, H. (2022). Doctors, patients, and interpreters’ views on the co-construction of empathic communication in interpreter-mediated consultations: A qualitative content analysis of video stimulated recall interviews. Qualitative Health Research, 32(12), 1843-1857.