More translations added to PKB

Last year, we added a language bar feature within PKB in order to increase accessibility to medical information for patients and their families. This language bar appears on every single page of PKB and translates the page to help patients understand their lab results, discussions with clinicians, care plans etc. in their preferred language. This year, we’ve expanded the feature by adding more translations to reach people from all corners of the world. We now have a total of 18 languages including Greek, Russian and Turkish within our new additions.

You can easily change languages by going to any page in PKB and scrolling down to the language bar to select your language. Next time you log in, PKB will remember the choice you made. If you log in from the same computer, PKB will also remember your language choice from the login screen.

We are continuing to add languages and will keep you posted on new additions.

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2 comments

  1. Thanks for asking!

    We do not charge any of our customers for these translations. We continue to add them at the request of different customers dealing with patients in the different countries PKB serves (7 live so far!). We cover the costs for all translations. Once we add them for one customer we make them available for all of our customers.

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