FULL: NOTIS Whirlwind Weekend: Training with Jost Zetzsche and Pablo Mugüerza

  • 10 Sep 2016
  • 8:30 AM
  • 11 Sep 2016
  • 4:00 PM
  • South Seattle Community College at Georgetown
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  • Early bird - register by August 26
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NOTIS WHIRLWIND WEEKEND: 
TRANSLATION TRAINING WITH TWO TOP EXPERTS

USING TECHNOLOGY WITH JOST ZETZSCHE
AND
MEDICAL TRANSLATION
WITH PABLO MUGÜERZA


The Northwest Translators and Interpreters Society (NOTIS) is proud to announce an exciting weekend training event: two days packed with educational workshops to enhance your technical skills and knowledge, and expand your knowledge of advanced medical and clinical trials terminology and translation.  Enjoy catered lunches from the Alki Bakery while you network and socialize with fellow translators and interpreters!

NOTIS is heavily subsidizing this event to keep registration fees low, and maximize the number of language professionals who can take advantage of this great opportunity.


PROGRAM

Saturday, September 10:  Jost Zetzsche 

8:30 – 9:00  Check-in

9:00 – 12:00 The World of CAT Tools: Advantages, Disadvantages, Innovations.

  • Leveraging machine translation into translation workflow beyond post-editing
  • Translation Environments of the Future
  • Discover new aspects of your current CAT tools in order to use them more efficiently

12:00 – 1:30  Buffet luncheon from The Alki Bakery Center and networking

1:30 – 3:30 Translating Complex File Formats 

  • Dealing with the dreaded PDFs, XMLs, graphic files, and desktop publishing file formats
  • Managing word counts, search techniques, and recording work activities for troubleshooting purposes

3:30 – 4:00 Closing

Sunday, September 11: Pablo Mugüerza Pecker 

8:00 – 8:30 Check-in (morning and all-day attendees)

8:30 – 11:00 A New Era of Medical Translations: Skills for 2016 and Beyond (for all Languages): a review of clinical trial terminology and recent changes 

  • Advances in Immunotherapy, Genetics, and Cancer
  • Pharmacodynamics and Pharmacokinetics
  • Trustworthy sources of information for medical translators and interpreters
  • Review of infectious diseases (Zika, Ebola, HIV, Hepatitis) and antibiotics

11:00-11:30 Check-in (afternoon attendees)

11:15 – 12:00  Box Lunches from The Alki Bakery Center and networking

12:00 – 2:00 Elements of Spanish Medical Translation [Los elementos de la traducción médica] (in Spanish)

  • Conclusiones del Sr. Mugüerza de sus 30 años traduciendo textos médicos
  • Presentación de una «gramática para torpes» en la que él reduce la traducción médica a 24 consejos elementales que el traductor puede seguir 
  • Normas de estilo científico
  • Fuentes confiables de información

2:00 – 2:15 Break

2:15-4:00:  Everything You Need to Know to Be Up-To-Date on Clinical Trials [Ensayos clínicos: todo lo que hay que saber para estar al día] (in Spanish)

  • Información de la última hora sobre los cambios importantes en la normativa de la EMA respecto a los objetivos, métodos, estructura y vocabulario de los ensayos clínicos
  • Un análisis de la estructura profunda de los protocolos y los consentimientos informados, los principales documentos que se traducen en el ámbito de los ensayos clínicos

4:00-4:15 Closing

PRESENTERS

PABLO MUGÜERZA PECKER

Born in Madrid, where he got his degree in Medicine in 1987, Pablo Mugüerza Pecker lives in Valladolid, Spain. He is a renowned author and speaker in the field of medical translation. He is the author of a manual of clinical trial protocols translation for Spanish translators (an update expected in 2017), an e-book on the elements of style in medical translation, and several medical and clinical trial glossaries.  He has a professional medical translation blog and Facebook page dedicated to Spanish medical translators.  A frequent speaker for the ATA, the Latin American Translation and Interpretation Conference in Buenos Aires, the Real Academia Nacional de Medicina, eCPD Webinars, and many others.  For more information, see: http://pablomuguerza.com/https://www.ecpdwebinars.co.uk/downloads/category/medical-translation/http://www.esteve.org/protocolos/

JOST ZETZSCHE

Jost Zetzsche is a translation industry and translation technology consultant, a widely published author on various aspects of translation and localization, and an ATA-certified English-to-German technical translator. In 1999, Jost co-founded International Writers' Group, LLC, on the Oregon coast. Originally from Hamburg, Germany, he earned a Ph.D. in the field of Chinese translation history and linguistics at the University of Hamburg. His computer guide for translators is now in its eleventh edition, and his technical journal for the translation industry goes out to more than 11,000 translation professionals. In 2012, Penguin published his co-authored Found in Translation, a book about translation and interpretation for the general public. You can find him on Twitter at @jeromobot.

 

LOCATIONSouth Seattle Community College – Georgetown Campus Room C122

6737 Corson Avenue South

Seattle, WA 98108 (206) 934-5350

Click here for Driving Directions

Bus Route: There are many bus routes that stop at or near the Georgetown Campus, including Metro Bus Routes 60, 124, 131, 134, 154, and 173. Metro 154 stops at the campus itself.

Parking: Parking is $3.00 day and attendees pay at the parking kiosk located directly in front of Colin Educational Hall.

STAY: Make a weekend of it and explore Georgetown, the historic industrial arts corridor of Seattle!  Visit: Georgetown MerchantsNY Times (Resurfacing Georgetown, Seattle), andGeorgetown Neighborhood Guide. Inexpensive lodging is available just down the street at The Georgetown Inn ($139 for a Queen room with breakfast included).

CREDITS: WA AOC Sat. 5 Credits, Sun Morning 2.5 Credits, Sun. Afternoon 4 Credits WA DSHS Sat. 5 Credits, Sun Morning 2.5 Credits, Sun. Afternoon 3.5 Credits; State of California, Sat. 5 credits, Sun morning 2.5 credits, Sun. Afternoon 3.5 Credits,; Oregon Judicial Department, Sun Morning 2.5 credits, Sun afternoon 4 credits; ATA 10 credits weekend;  Idaho Office of the Courts Sat. 5 Credits and Sun. 6.25 credits.  (Please keep in mind that for 2016 NOTIS planned two weekend training workshops, in lieu of International Translation Day. This will be the last workshop of the year).

CERTIFICATES: Certificates of Attendance will be awarded to all who arrive on time and stay for the entire workshop.

FEES:

Special Full Weekend Rate (includes lunch both days)

Early bird - by August 26 (member/non-member)  $50/$60
Regular – by September 6 (member/non-member) $65/$70
Student NOTIS member $40
  

Saturday Only Rate (includes lunch)

Early bird - by August 26 (member/non-member)  $40/$50
Regular – by September 6 (member/non-member) $50/$60
Student NOTIS member $35

Sunday Morning Only Rate (does not include lunch)

Early bird - by August 26 (member/non-member)  $30/$35
Regular – by September 6 (member/non-member) $40/$50
Student NOTIS member $25

Sunday All Day Rate (includes lunch)

*Please note that the afternoon session on Sunday will be presented in Spanish.

Early bird - by August 26 (member/non-member)  $40/$50
Regular – by September 6 (member/non-member) $50/$60
Student NOTIS member $35

Registration at the door as space permits (will not include lunch). 

REFUNDS: We regret that no refunds can be given after September 1, 2016. A $10 processing fee will apply for refunds requested before September 1st.

SPECIAL ARRANGEMENTS: If you require special arrangements, please contact the NOTIS Office Manager (officemanager@notisnet.org) at least 3 weeks in advance if possible.

LUNCH: Saturday will be a buffet luncheon with several options, including vegetarian options. To ensure we have enough of each, please indicate which you prefer (vegetarian or non-vegetarian) when you register.

If you are attending all day on Sunday, please indicate your choice of box lunch when you register.

Signature Pesto Roast Beef (Lean House Roasted Beef with Pesto Mayo, Cheddar Cheese, Ripe Red Tomatoes and Crisp Leaf Lettuce On Our Fresh Baked Ciabatta Bread)

Roasted Turkey and Havarti (Roasted Turkey Breast, Havarti Cheese, Mayo, Ripe Red Tomatoes and Crisp Leaf Lettuce on our Harvest Ten-Grain)

Signature Mediterranean Veggie (Fresh Cucumbers, Artichoke Hearts, Mushrooms, Ripe Red Tomatoes, Carrots and Red Peppers On Fresh Baked Foccacia Bread with a Hummus Spread)



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