We translate clinical trial documentation for Clinical Research Organizations across more than 100 language groups

quickly, accurately, and with an expertise based on almost 50 years of producing IRB-compliant translations.

The Challenges We Address

We specialize in complex, multi-language Patient Consent packages.

  • Projects that require dedicated and experienced project management.
  • Projects that need timely delivery – available when promised on a consistent basis.
  • Projects that need to be done right the first time – without a lot of back and forth.
  • Projects that are expertly formatted and ready to go when delivered.
Click here for a list of some of the common document types we translate.


  • Patient Informed Consent Forms (ICFs) and Patient Information Leaflets (PILs)
  • Doctor Guides
  • Drug Inserts
  • Patient Guides
  • Patient Questionnaires
  • Regulatory Documents
  • Product Labeling
  • Manuals & Instructions
  • Marketing Materials
  • Website Localization
  • Package Leaflets
  • Software Localization
  • Brand Management
  • Product Approval Packets for Various Regulatory Agencies
  • Patient Information & Brochures
  • IFUs and DFUs
  • Scientific Research Documentation
  • Clinical Research and Medical Reports
  • Regulatory Approval Dossiers
  • Certificates of Conformance
  • Summary of Product Characteristics
  • Clinical Trial Agreements
  • Clinical Trial Materials
  • Clinical Trial Content
  • Clinical Protocols
  • Frequently Asked Clinical Questions (FAQs)
  • Case Report Forms
  • Patents
  • Scientific Publications
  • Patient Reported Outcomes (PROs)
  • Scales and Quality of Life (QoL) Instruments
  • Adverse and Severe Adverse Events
  • Patient Recruitment, Questionnaires, Quality of Life Scales, Diaries and Interpretations
  • Patient and Clinician Education Materials
  • Case Report Forms (CRFs)
  • Training Documentation
  • Clinical Study Protocols
  • Synopses
  • Informed Consent Forms (ICFs)
  • Patents and Patent Applications
  • Chemistry, Manufacturing, and Controls (CMC) Documentation
  • Quality Of Life Scale (QOLs) and other Patient Reported Outcomes (PROs)
  • Packaging and Labeling
  • Investigator Brochures
  • Instructions-For-Use Inserts
  • Medical Device Operation Manuals
  • Instruction and User Guides
  • Product Catalogs
  • Clinical Training Materials
  • Brochures and Web content
  • Informed Consent Forms (ICFs) for Clinical Trials
  • Localization of Medical Device Software
  • Translation of Resource Files
  • Clinical Study Report Forms and Clinical Study Protocols
  • Clinical Trial Recruitment and Retention
  • Case Study Report Forms (CRFs)
  • Physician Letters
  • Site Documentation and Reports
  • Packaging and Labeling
  • Import/Export Permits
  • Preclinical – Phase IV Documentation
  • Summaries of Product Characteristics (SmPC)

How We Work

Every Clinical Trial project is assigned a dedicated project manager with many years of experience in clinical trials.

  • Every project is given a clear and accurate target completion date.

  • Clients can communicate with their Project Manager on the status of their project at any time.

  • We use the leading translation portal technology.

Why Work With DTS?

Our global teams specialize in Clinical Trial Translations.

  • Our project teams understand the timing, accuracy and budget realities of these type of projects.
  • We’ve translated over five thousand clinical trial-related document packages for over fifty life science companies in the last 2 years alone.

“I have had the experience of working with the DTS Team for translation needs over a span of 16 years. DTS always provided top quality and 100% accuracy on all translated documents. The DTS Team is always professional and go to great lengths to meet all timelines.

I highly recommend DTS for all your translation needs.”

Therese Allen, WCG IRB                See more testimonials

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