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IYCF E-learning Course: Investing in Child Nutrition. 'Based on content from the World Health Organization (WHO) and the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), with advice from experts on infant and young child nutrition from all over the world, this free, self-paced course is designed for individuals working in infant and child health and nutrition, including frontline health workers, health extension workers, and health care professionals.'
Social Science, Sociology, Ethics, etc., Medical: Health Care
Translation Volume: 3000 words Completed: Jun 2019 Languages: English to French
Instructions for use: Hip arthroplasty
Instructions for use for acetabular cups used for primary or revision total hip arthroplasty
Medical: Instruments, Medical (general)
Transcription Volume: 6 hours Duration: Apr 2018 to Jul 2018 Languages: French
Audio-transcription of interviews with French politicians
Interview of 3 politicians as part of a research project by a PhD.
Feedback from one reviewer: "Cendrine has to be your best asset when it comes to French transcriptions. There were very few mistakes and they were well hidden!!!"
Government / Politics
Sample translations submitted: 1
English to French: https://www.iycfhub.org - Investing in Child nutrition - Module 2: Ask open Questions (Activity 4) General field: Medical Detailed field: Medical: Health Care
Source text - English Activity 4: Using open questions for information gathering
Allow 10 minutes
In this activity you will explore how using open questions can facilitate information gathering.
You will listen to a health and nutrition worker talking to a mother with a young baby whom she is breastfeeding. In the first audio clip the health and nutrition worker uses closed questions to interview the mother; in the second audio clip the conversation is repeated, but this time the health and nutrition worker uses open questions.
Listen to both audio clips and then answer the questions.
Translation - French Activité n°4 : utiliser des questions ouvertes pour recueillir des renseignements
Prévoir 10 minutes
Au cours de cette activité, vous examinerez comment le recours à des questions ouvertes peut faciliter le recueil d’information.
Vous entendrez un agent de santé et de nutrition s’adressant à une mère accompagnée de son nourrisson qu’elle allaite. Dans le premier clip audio, l’agent de santé et de nutrition utilise des questions fermées pour interroger la mère ; dans le second clip audio, la conversation est reprise, mais cette fois-ci, l’agent de santé et de nutrition utilise des questions ouvertes.
Écoutez les deux clips audio, puis répondez aux questions.
Master's degree - in Specialised Translation, 2018 (University of Westminster) / Diploma in Translation, 2013 (English to French and Spanish to French), Chartered Institute of Linguists Educational Trust
Years of translation experience: 7. Registered at ProZ.com: Feb 2013. Became a member: Dec 2013.
While pursuing a career in education, I gradually trained as a translator going back
to my main interests: Languages and Science. I started to work as a scientific
translator in 2013 after gaining the Diploma in Translation, following which I
specialised further with the MA in Specialised Translation passed with Distinction (2018).
Taking responsibility for students education/safety and working towards a curriculum
or translation brief strongly shaped a highly reliable professional approach,
particularly in terms of deadlines, results and autonomy. Likewise, the
sometimes challenging task of interacting with parents and clients helped me
develop efficient communication skills, staying professional at all times.
Finally, my academic background combined with a sound knowledge of the
translation industry and an ability/willingness to research the most intricate
subjects ensure my customers get a high quality end-product tailored to the
needs of their own industry.
Feedback from clients and colleagues:
"Great translator; would work with again!"
"Cendrine has to be your best asset when it comes to French transcriptions. There were very few mistakes and they were well hidden!!!"
"Excellent translation, Cendrine. It needed a lot of care and attention, and you did it beautifully! Really good!"
"We do need people like you, who take the time to check and research"
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