Tag Archives: Danielle Maxson

ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS FROM ATA WEBINAR – BACK TRANSLATION: A SPECIALIZED MARKET FOR SPANISH TO ENGLISH MEDICAL TRANSLATORS

The American Translators Association, as part of its Webinar Series and in collaboration with the Spanish Language Division, offered the webinar Back Translation: A Specialized Market for Spanish to English Medical Translators presented by Danielle Maxson on May 18, 2021. The following are answers to questions left pending during the live presentation. If you missed this very engaging and informative

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ATA Webinar Series – BACK TRANSLATION: A SPECIALIZED MARKET FOR SPANISH TO ENGLISH MEDICAL TRANSLATORS

Attend this webinar to learn when to use back translation, best practices, and the pitfalls of Spanish-English back translation. Back translation is a market all its own, with specific rules and requirements. This webinar will begin with the reasons clients request back translation, then cover the steps of the back translation process, and finally provide practical examples of differences between

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An interview with Lorena Ortiz-Schneider

ATA once again urges the CDC to include interpreters in Phase 1 vaccinations. In December, following the release of the U.S. COVID-19 Vaccination Program recommendations, ATA and 20 other language organizations and associations petitioned the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to explicitly include onsite medical interpreters in Phase 1 vaccinations. Read ATA’s December 17 letter to the CDC. The CDC

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Meet the members of the ATA SPD Website Committee (2019-2020)!

ATA SPD WEBSITE COMMITTEE The SPD website serves as a primary means of communication with Division members and followers. Under the direction of the Division Administrator and the co-webmasters, the Website Committee facilitates communication by handling the website’s design, content, and any updates. The committee works closely with the Administrators and the Digital and Social Media, Professional Development, and Editorial

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