When it comes to medical translations, accuracy is imperative. Poorly translated documents can dent your reputation and the long-term welfare of your business. Most importantly, they could jeopardise patients’ health. Why take the risk?
Medical translation requires specialist knowledge, both theoretical and applied. I’m a British freelance translator and nursing graduate, giving me a strong academic and clinical background in medicine, nursing and healthcare. When you hire me, you will be working with a qualified expert in the medical translation field.
With over fifteen years' professional translation experience, excellent writing skills, and meticulous research abilities, you can expect quality texts with flair and precision. I approach every project with the utmost attention to detail and target register, and with attentiveness to meeting your needs and deadlines.
My nursing degree from the University of Bologna, gained in 2014, was taught in Italian and included a number of clinical placements (neurology, cardiology, general surgery, orthopaedic surgical oncology, accident and emergency and mental health). My degree thesis examined the issue of Family Presence - the presence of family members by the patient's bedside during cardiopulmonary resuscitation and invasive procedures.
I was also awarded a degree in Modern Languages (Italian and German) from the University of Westminster in London in 1995.
Authoring medical translations - to MD or not MD?
Laura C Collada Ali, Fiona Grace Peterson
Medical Writing 2016: Vol. 25, no. 4, pp. 65-69
The use of song in therapeutic and educational settings
(L’uso della canzone nei contesti terapeutici ed educativi)
A workshop by Gaspare Palmieri and Cristian Grassili
A series of seven webinars on medical devices, specifically;
cardiac, vascular and thoracic surgery; orthopaedic surgery; neurosurgery; ophthalmology; laboratory diagnostics, medical imaging, intensive care
eCPD Webinars (www.ecpdwebinars.co.uk)
Pharmacology for medical writers
EMWA conference workshop, Brussels
Ethical Issues in Clinical Trials
EMWA conference workshop, The Hague
European Regulatory Procedures for Medical Writers
Key Clinical Documents in Drug Development
From Protocol to Study Report: What's In-between?
EMWA conference workshops, Dublin