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Spanish Translation of Diabetes Information

Spanish Translation of Diabetes Information

If you’re looking into Spanish translation of diabetes information, you’ll be in excellent company. The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has both English and Spanish versions of their “Diabetes” page, which include general information about the condition,...
When to use back translation

When to use back translation

Back translation is often represented as a quality assurance method, but we encourage our clients to carefully consider when to use back translation. The nature of language and of translation means that back translation doesn’t necessarily guarantee or improve...
The Crucial Role of Health Literacy and Translation in Healthcare

The Crucial Role of Health Literacy and Translation in Healthcare

One key aspect in the complex landscape of healthcare that often goes unnoticed but holds immense significance is the intersection of health literacy and translation. In a world marked by diversity, ensuring that health information is accessible to all individuals,...
Effective translation of patient guides

Effective translation of patient guides

Effective translation of patient guides starts before a single word has been translated. When source materials are created without the consideration that they may eventually be translated, a potentially straightforward process can become more complicated, more time...
Achieving patient-friendly translation

Achieving patient-friendly translation

Do you work in the healthcare space and you’re looking for patient-friendly translations? You’re not alone! This topic has crossed our desk more than once lately, from determining Spanish readability to questions about the Japanese translation for “fast heartbeat.”...