Merck Manual – Consumer Version available in English, French, German, Italian, Korean, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish. Link checked on November 20, 2016. Languages may be added by Merck after this date.
Court interpreting resources:
Pain (in English):
- Medical Interpreting resources from St. Catherine University: CATIE Center
- NCIHC Resource Database – a continually updated collection of resources in many languages, reviewed by the National Council on Interpreters in Health Care
- Eurodicautom – http://iate.europa.eu/SearchByQueryLoad.do?method=load
- United Nations Terminology Database – no longer being updated
- World Health Organization – Change to Spanish, French, Arabic, Russian, or Chinese on the right hand corner:
- International League Against Epilepsy – English original document plus official translations into French, German, Japanese, Korean, Mandarin, Portuguese, and Spanish
- This Clinical Terminology Dictionary for Beginning International and US Health Care Providers web site began as a parallel project to a University of Pittsburgh Coursera course entitled “Clinical Terminology for International and US Students.”
- Health Information Translations – education resources in multiple languages for health care professionals and others to use in their communities. Resources are easy to read and culturally appropriate. Languages: Arabic, Bosnian, Chinese, English, French, Hindi, Japanese, Khmer, Korean, Marshallese, Nepali, Portuguese, Russian, Somali, Spanish, Tagalog, Ukranian, Vietnamese.
Print media resources available:
- The Cross Cultural Health Care Program has published glossaries in Ahmaric, Arabic, Bengali, and other languages
- Berkana Language LLC has many terminology resources as well as study resources. Some topics covered are: business practices, fundamentals of translation, court interpreting (simultaneous, sight translation, municipal court), school settings, anatomy and physiology, and community interpreting. In my opinion, these materials are extremely well researched and practical.
Sources for translation practice:
- California jury instructions for judges and attorneys
- Puerto Rico Jury Instruction booklet
- Class participants and colleagues have contributed many of the resources on this page and other related pages. However, any list of terminology resources is, by definition, incomplete! For further resources, please visit these websites of the American Translators Association:
- ATA Medical Division Resources
- ATA Divisions – each language division may have a list of glossaries in your language. There are divisions in the following languages: Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Nordic languages, Portuguese, and Spanish.
- CCHI (The Certification Commission for Healthcare Interpreters)