Medical Devices for translators and interpreters: series of seven webinars
We are proud to present a fantastic series of medical videos with Yana Onikiychuk. Yana is a qualified doctor, but at some point in her medical career, she turned to translation, having studied the art. She thus benefits from two backgrounds and is uniquely positioned to explain medical concepts of ophthalmology to translators and interpreters working in the field of medicine. She is also a co-author in study on quality of medical translation performed by translators with and without medical background, and constantly tries to create a bridge between this two specialities so those translated medical texts could be finally good to read.
In this series of seven videos we are tackling seven different fields in which medical devices are deployed.
This is one of a series of seven. We offer a 25% discount if you purchase all seven in one transaction. Just type meddevbundle into the checkout before making payment. Remember to allow the system to come back to our website to register your purchase. You will then have access to all the videos from the “purchases” section of your profile.
You can find the remaining videos of the series under the following links:
4. Ophthalmic surgery
This video deals with medical devices for ophthalmology
- Diagnostic devices
- Devices for laser refractive surgery
- Devices for glaucoma surgery
The video is designed with experienced and advanced translators in mind. Although attendees should have some experience of medical translation; this video will help you to feel more comfortable when working in the field of medical devices.
The speaker will make use of videos, diagrams, and extracts from real documents (IFUs, marketing materials, clinical documentation etc.) to demonstrate and explain many of the devices.
1 hour 22 min
Who should watch it?
Medical translators and interpreters wishing to gain a greater understanding of the devices involved in ophthalmology.
What are the benefits to you?
After the video you will feel more confident in this area of medicine.