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Translation and Interpretation: The Best Professions of 2011

While surfing the Internet, I found this interesting article from U.S. News about the best jobs to have in 2011. It turns out that, within the category of “creative and service jobs”, I found translator and interpreter, along with commercial pilot, curator, heating and air conditioning technician, among others. Our profession is considered one of […]

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Translation As A Medium of Communication Between Medical Professionals

In the treatment of complex diseases, it is necessary that the team of medical professionals act in harmony, based on the multiple possibilities of treatments available. In this sense, it is very important to have access to literature from other countries with other types of medical coverage and patients with other medical characteristics. In this […]

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The Importance of Termbases and Glossaries

When a client asks us to translate a document, or several, two of their top priorities are quality and speed of delivery. To satisfy both, we need to meet certain conditions. For example, we should have a good assisted translation tool, have certain knowledge about the subject that will be translated and, where possible, to […]

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Medical Translations: Drugs and Medications

For translations in the medical field, including for medications, it is especially important to avoid all errors in comprehension, change or suppression of information, since in this case, as opposed to other cases where the consequences are “merely” monetary, here the correct or incorrect translation of a particular word or even getting a dosage wrong […]

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Interculturality in the Medical Field

Since societies are becoming increasingly more plural, it is complicated and even dangerous to get sick in a foreign country, especially in one with a language you cannot communicate in. One of the clearest examples of this type of multicultural societies is, obviously, the United States, which is home to people from nearly every country […]

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