evidence-based medicine: false friends don’t make good company

Modern methodologies to establish evidence in biomedical research were pioneered by the Canadian research group around Gordon Guyatt and David Sackett. In 1992, the term ‘evidence-based medicine’ was first used  read on)

outsourcing translations: the hows and whys of it

for those unfamiliar with the challenges of translation, outsourcing is no easy matter. this article outlines how to plan and prepare for having content translated into other languages—from defining the  read on)

of translators and anthropologists…

on rare occasions, author and translator become more than mere partners sharing the same field of discourse. in her 2010 article in TWS, susan diciacomo describes the ‘double transformation’ that  read on)