Global textware provides translations for the biggest medical and pharmaceutical companies worldwide. From the safety instructions for clinical tests, to the medical files of a dentistry office, you can count on us for various types of translations throughout the entire process.
From detailed medical files to informative hospital websites
Global textware offers a full and inclusive service. This means we’re comfortable translating for all the different sectors within the medical industry, from hospital care to dentistry equipment. It also means we act as linguistic consultants, supporting companies to expand into new international markets. We’re proficient in handling very specific types of content. This includes patient files and IFUs, but also product descriptions or user instructions for over-the-counter medication.
All documentation for clinical trials, in our capable hands
Translations for clinical trials are characterized by two unique factors: they demand a level of specialist knowledge, and they contain sensitive or confidential information. Global textware is highly selective when it comes to choosing medical translators for the various areas within clinical medicine. We know the conventions and processes within clinical medicine like no other, and we know how to approach them. For example, we handle ICF translations according to the template prescribed by the Dutch Clinical Research Foundation (DCRF), the Dutch umbrella organization for clinical research. We attach a lot of value to the confidential nature of the information we receive. All our employees and freelance linguists have signed an NDA, ensuring they can’t share any sensitive information they encounter.
Reap the benefits of over 20 years of experience
Our experience spans over two decades, thousands of documents, and millions upon millions of words. With that kind of resume we feel confident calling ourselves a specialist translation agency for clinical medicine. Within the world of medicine, our translators have built up experience translating for, among other areas:
- Clinical trials
- Medical imaging
- (Molecular) Diagnostics
- Hospital services (from the ER to the oncology department)
- Personal health