Course review: Linguistic validation of patient-reported outcome instruments

(https://www.ecpdwebinars.co.uk)

In January 2017, I participated in the eCPD video course on Linguistic validation of patient-reported outcome instruments. The course was divided into three videos, the first two of about fifty minutes each, and the third of about forty minutes. Each video was accompanied by a downloadable handout, which was a pdf file of the presentation used onscreen in that video. The material was presented in a logical manner, which was clearly introduced at the beginning and easy to follow as the course progressed. Continue reading “Course review: Linguistic validation of patient-reported outcome instruments”

Webinar review: A 2017 update in medical translation terminology in 4 steps

In March 2017 I attended the eCPD webinar (https://www.ecpdwebinars.co.uk) entitled A 2017 update in medical translation terminology in 4 steps, presented by Pablo Mug├╝erza, an experienced Spanish to English medical translator. The webinar was about 90 minutes long, and was divided into four sections: clinical trial terminology; immunotherapy, genetics and cancer; pharmacodynamics and pharmacokinetics; and current, relevant infectious diseases. Continue reading “Webinar review: A 2017 update in medical translation terminology in 4 steps”

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