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Cultural Considerations During Pregnancy

The cultural context of pregnancy may seem straightforward to medical practitioners and healthcare providers who have worked with standard hospital pregnancies for many years. However, if your institution begins to see more expectant mothers from other cultures, you’ll find that your standard practices may not meet the cultural expectations of …


Marketing Community Based Health Care for Hispanic Consumers

56 million people in the United States consider themselves Hispanic, representing the largest minority group in the United States and $1.7 Trillion in purchasing power. With a tradition of community-based medical care in many Hispanic communities, it is important for healthcare providers to be connected and highly involved with their …


English (Scottish) Language Day at the UN

With English Langauge Day at the UN today (4/23/19), ISI Language Solutions sat down with one of our Project Managers, Katie Nolte, to talk about some of her favorite things about Scottish culture and the English language.

Where is your hometown?

Katie: My hometown is Woodbury, Connecticut. However, given that …


Spanish Language Day at The UN

In observance of Spanish Language Day at the UN today, ISI Language Solutions sat down with one of our Spanish Language Project Managers and QA Lead, Ines. From Montevideo, Uruguay, Ines let us know some of her favorite things about the Uruguayan culture and the Spanish Language.

What is your …


Chinese Language Day at the UN

Tomorrow is Chinese Language Day at the UN. We sat down with Nicole Chen, one of our project managers, to discuss the Chinese language and what makes it unique.

Nicole: First off, I think it is important to note that referring to Chinese as one language can be deceiving due …