We recognize every interpreting project is a bit different. Our processes ensure we have the flexibility to customize to your needs without compromising quality. Whether you need an interpreter to connect with a participant for a new clinical trial to connecting with a medical professional for instructions for use, ULG always delivers.
United Language Group’s highly trained and experienced interpreting professionals keep communication lines open and accurate. Our interpreting services cover everything from clinical audits to remote monitoring. As subject matter experts in the life sciences industry, our interpreters have the right combination of experience and expertise to ensure clear, quality communication.
Medical device companies require interpretation support to conduct trainings when the market speaks a another language, to ensure regulation with post-market surveillance, and to facilitate strong communication among the entire corporate team in international departments. ULG provides invaluable, cost-effective solutions that ensure you are getting expert interpreters paired with advanced technology to meet all your interpreting needs.
Especially in the digital era, the need for interpreters is critical in the clinical research landscape. Our expert interpreters can serve as liaison to aid patient recruitment and offer high quality interpretation for each step of your clinical trial. Post-trial, our interpreters can help you gain headway in new global markets.
In the heavily regulated life sciences industry, you need to be agile to deal with patient questions, doctor orders, and customer service needs. Our advanced interpreters provide confidential support for the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industry, ensuring your company’s compliance and inclusivity.
At United Language Group, we take qualified interpreters one step further. Our life science-specific interpreters have proven their ability to communicate in their native and target languages and possess a strong knowledge of scientific terminology that allows them to communicate information between doctors, participants, pharmacists, and medical device designers. The interpreters who work in our life sciences department have the education, training, and certifications to be successful.
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