The latest issue of Caduceus can be downloaded here: Autumn 2020.
Caduceus newsletter is the official publication of the Medical Division of the American Translators Association (ATA). It is published on the ATA Medical Division website (https://ata-md.org/) and the ATA website (https:// atanet.org/). In it we share book reviews, resources we find, ask questions about ethics and standards of practice, and much more. Caduceus is made for our members and by our members.
With that in mind, we would like to invite you to share your knowledge with your fellow medical translators and interpreters. We are always looking for new, interesting, and educational content for our newsletter.
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Previous issues of Caduceus can be downloaded in PDF:
Caduceus archives from Winter 2012 to Summer 2016 are available on the Caduceus Google site.
For current issues and archives from 2012-present, visit the new Caduceus website.
2010: Fall-Winter, I / Fall-Winter, II / Spring-Summer, I / Spring-Summer, II
2009: Spring 2009
2008: Fall ’08-Winter ’09 / Summer, I / Summer, II / Spring
2007: Fall ’07-Winter ’08, I / Fall ’07-Winter ’08, II / Summer, I / Summer, II / Spring
2006: Fall ’06-Winter ’07, I / Fall ’06-Winter ’07, II / Summer, I / Summer, II / Spring, I / Spring, II
2005: Fall-Winter, I / Fall-Winter, II / Summer / Spring
2004: Fall-Winter / Spring / Summer
2003: Winter ’03-’04 / Summer / Spring, April / Spring, March
Highlights of the Summer 2011 Issue:
- Administrator Patricia Thickstun gives an update on changes occurring in the Medical Division.
- New Editor Donna Furlani explains the MD’s goal of moving Caduceus to an electronic format.
- Yuliya Baldwin shares terminology and insights into how medical dramas, such as House, can benefit interpreters and translators.
- Laura Espondaburu reviews the literature on communication techniques practiced by doctors when delivering bad news to see what interpreters might learn from these techniques.
- Ann Wiles discusses the French acronym TVC in her first edition of “Ann’s Acronyms…and other French-English medical conundrums”.