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: Marisa Gillio
MD Assistant Administrator: Tricia Perry
MD Webmaster: Daniel Greuel

Do you have an idea for an article related to medical translation, medical interpreting, or the medical industry? Submissions may be emailed to the editor at caduceusnewsletter@gmail.com for consideration. The deadline for submissions for the Fall 2016 issue of Caduceus is Friday, September 16, 2016.

Caduceus carefully reviews its content in order to eliminate any textual errors. We apologize for any errors that may inadvertently occur in our publication.

The contents of this newsletter are the property of the Medical Division of the ATA. Please contact the editor if you have questions about reposting, reproducing, republishing, or otherwise using any material from our publication. A link to our website - https://sites.google.com/site/caduceusnewsletter - may be used without prior permission. Please send all communications to caduceusnewsletter@gmail.com.

The current issue (Summer 2016) features:

Letter from the Editor

Tricia Perry discusses the current issue and thanks members for their contributions.

Letter from the Administrator

Marisa Gillio shares division news.

Member Spotlight

Danielle Maxson

Cybersecurity and HIPAA: Protect ePHI – and Yourself

Danielle Maxson has contributed the newest piece in her informative HIPAA series.

My hemo-what?

Dr. Gloria M. Rivera explains Hemoglobin A1c and why it matters.

Medical Interpreting Certification in the United States: a comparison

Helen Eby discusses professional certification options in the US.

Translation of Patient Records from German into English

Maria Rosdolsky shares her expertise from an ATA presentation ten years ago.

German-English Patient Records Glossary

Maria Rosdolsky has provided a list of abbreviations and terminology related to medical records.

Summer 2016 Consolidated
This page contains all the articles (glossaries excluded) of the Summer 2016 issue, for those who prefer to print out the publication. Please print double-sided and recycle paper when you can!