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
Caduceus Webmaster: Tricia Perry
MD Administrator: Madalena Sánchez Zampaulo
MD Assistant Administrator: Antonio Guerra
MD Webmaster: Daniel Greuel
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The current issue (Spring 2015) features:
Tricia Perry discusses the current issue.
Madalena Sánchez Zampaulo shares division news.Tzviya Levin Rifkind and Stephen Rifkind respond to "On Reliable Medical Translators" from the Winter 2015 issue.
Brotnov shares her conversation with a recognized physician,
translator/interpreter, and consultant in health-care data management.
Danielle Maxson provides on overview of what information translators and interpreters are obligated to protect.
Helen Eby kindly gave us permission to re-post this piece from her Gaucha TI blog.
Metella Paterlini shares terminology related to environmental and nutritional diseases.
Spring 2015 Consolidated