Translation from English to French and vice-versa as a mainstay; other languages upon request.
Well-educated and experienced professionals, including members of professional orders and members of the medical and pharmaceutical professions (including a team of more than 70 freelancers).
We’re capable of handling large-scale translation projects within extremely tight deadlines.
A warm approach founded around personal relationships, with client satisfaction our constant and driving goal.
Knowledge of the industry
Professionalism and exemplary knowledge of the health care field and of stakeholders in the pharmaceutical and medical sectors (including doctors, pharmacists, nurses, representatives, patients).
Cultural adaptation and localization
Work that adapts to the culture and terminology of the targeted audience and their needs (such as complicated scientific explanations, simplified descriptions of science, adaptation for advertising or sales material).
Certification of translations for ethics committees and other regulatory organizations.
Spheres of proficiency
Proficiency in any number of translation fields (medical, pharmaceutical, legal, administrative, clinical research, CME, human resources, public relations, marketing and sales, regulations, etc.).
PAAB and Rx&D
Perfect mastery of regulatory codes and guidelines.
Rates and billing
No per-word surcharge for “rush” work: a fixed rate is established at the outset.
Glossaries and lexicons
Establishment of personalized glossaries and lexicons.
Safety and confidentiality
Strict confidentiality agreements and extremely high human and digital security standards to maintain document confidentiality.
Sales material for representatives and product managers.
Clinical monographs and products for regulatory use.
Continuing medical education presentations for doctors and other healthcare professionals; presentations for internal sales meetings, etc.
Continuing medical education (CME)
Accredited CME materials for healthcare professionals.
Informed consent form
All types of informed consent forms: genotype, general, screening.
Adverse event reports
Reports on adverse events related to clinical research.
Guidelines for leading adverse events in clinical research.
Various tests and questionnaires for the clinical research and pharmaceutical/medical sector.
Promotional material, submissions and CVs used for clinical research.
Contents of patient journals for clinical follow-up.
Patient medical files, including handwritten versions, describing laboratory tests, medical history and test results.
- Respiratory diseases
- AAT deficiency
- Acute and chronic pain
- Rheumatoid arthritis
- Liver diseases
- Mental disorders
- Erectile dysfunction
- Oral contraceptives
- Ophthalmic diseases
- Alzheimer’s disease
- Veterinary medicine
- HIV and STI
- Metabolic and endocrine diseases
- Medical devices