Welcome to Caduceus, the publication of the Medical Division of the American Translators Association, a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the translating and interpreting professions.
Caduceus Editor: Tricia Perry
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MD Administrator: Madalena Sánchez Zampaulo
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The current issue (Summer 2014) features:
Tricia Perry discusses the current issue and thanks members for their contributions.
Madalena Sánchez Zampaulo shares division news.
Jill R. Sommer
Joan Wallace contributes an interview written by a biochemist.
Originally published by the Texas Advisory Committee on Qualifications for Healthcare Translators and Interpreters, this piece by Esther Diaz discusses recommendations on healthcare interpreter certification.
Originally published in The Chronicle, this article by Celeste Klein and Scott Van Til explains the back translation process.
Danielle Maxson provides an overview of a MOOC taught by experienced professors at Johns Hopkins University.
Joan Wallace discusses the "Medical English Seminar" she attended in France earlier this year.
Maria Rosdolsky shares diagnostic terminology for diseases of the central or peripheral nervous system.
Paula Gordon shares excerpts from Svetolik Paul Djordjević’s forthcoming English–Serbian Medical Dictionary.
Summer 2014 Consolidated