According to the Mayo Clinic, “hundreds of thousands of people” are injured by medication errors every year in the United States. A significant number of medication errors happen because patients are confused about how to take their pills correctly.
ISO 13485, most recently updated in 2016, provides standards for all organizations involved in the medical devices industry to prevent misuse. Adhering to these stringent quality control standards minimizes risks of injury and helps medical practitioners administer treatment correctly.
As part of quality assurance purposes, especially for legal and government entities, certified translations confirm that a translation is accurate and complete to the best of the translator's knowledge and ability. A certified translation includes a signed statement by the translator.
The World Cup kicked off earlier this month. Soccer fans from around the world are gathering in Russia to watch the games in person. Millions more are following along at home. This is a major international event, played live for a global audience, and translation makes it all possible.
Organizations use videos for a variety of purposes, including employee training, product instructions, and marketing. In recent years, video has proven to be a particularly effective means of engagement, leading to increased click-through rates in emails, increased web traffic and social media follows, and increased sales.
After a two-year transitional period, the day has finally come – the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is now in effect, forcing companies across the globe to abide by a new set of data privacy regulations. The GDPR replaces the European Union’s Data Protection Directive (DPD), which was adopted in 1995. The former looks to give consumers more control of their data, especially as the internet has exacerbated the risk associated with, and ubiquity of, digital personal information
The Irish language is a unique and resilient language that’s outlasted centuries of adversity. Did you know that at least 33 million Americans have Irish ancestry? Whether you’re one of them or not, here are 10 fascinating facts about the Irish language.