Translation for the Pharmaceutical Industry
Australian Multi Lingual Services provides translation services to the pharmaceutical industry working with pharmaceutical companies, bio technology companies, medical device companies, universities and hospitals.
Translation services are playing an increasingly significant role in the development, production and marketing of new drugs. Whether your organisation is conducting clinical trials and/or bringing drugs to market in overseas non-English speaking countries, we can assist with your translation requirements.
The accuracy and timeliness of translation is imperative. Inaccurate translations or overruns on translation project deadlines can impact heavily on the processing of trial data, on time to market, safe and effective administration by end users and speed of acceptance by regulatory bodies.
With over a decade of experience in translating pharmaceutical related documentation, we have established a panel of professional translators with a solid background in scientific and specifically pharmaceutical related translation. We engage translators who have previously worked directly in the field of science and specifically within the pharmaceutical industry. This enables us to provide accurate translations in areas covering:
Client information factsheets
Pharmacological studies and research papers
Informed consent forms
Instructions for use
Marketing and Packaging
All translation projects are managed by our in-house team of Project Managers. Our in-house team of long-serving Project Managers are experienced in handling pharmaceutical projects
Quality Control and Proofreading
Translation certification, NAATI certification
When translating pharmaceutical documentation, it is often a requirement that the translation has been certified by a NAATI accredited translator at professional level. This is the case with the submission of translated documentation to the Therapeutic Goods Administration. A pharmaceutical translation destined for the public domain, be it in the form of packaging, instructions for use or fact sheets, should always be checked by a translator accredited by NAATI at professional level. The checking process is a means of identifying errors in interpretation and translation. Proofreading also enables a translation to be improved by fine-tuning or polishing the translation.
For the translation of certain pharmaceutical documentation we offer back translation services. Following the translation and proofreading of the documentation into the target language, we engage a third translator to translate the content back into English. Back translation is a precautionary measure and is conducted for the purpose of enabling the client to be assured that there has been no misinterpretation made by the translator when working into the requested language. Back translation is not a substitute for proofreading. Proofreading is a valuable process in terms of refining a translation.
Sample client list:
- Johnson and Johnson
In addition to the provision of translation services, we also provide onsite interpreters to assist with visiting engineers, corporate meetings and for staff training and development sessions in both Australia and overseas.
Services at a glance