Closed for Holidays

              As from today, Wednesday 31st July at 15:00 medicalenglishblog is closed for holidays. We will be closed for the month of August so if you have any ideas, suggestions, comments write them down, store them in your long-memory and tell me in September. I look forward to a…

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Closed for Holidays

Closed for Holidays.

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Observership in Toronto by Dr Ángela Milán Tomás

When you start thinking about going abroad to train in another country, in a different hospital, you just believe that it will be quite exciting and an opportunity to improve your English and your medical knowledge. But, it is so much more than that. Coming to Canada has been, so far, one of the most…

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Observership in Toronto by Dr Ángela Milán Tomás

Observership in Toronto by Dr Ángela Milán Tomás.

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New blog about Infectious Diseases

                  Dr Francisco Fanjul, specialist in Infectious Diseases, has just started a fascinating new blog about Infectious Diseases, called Infectosos Please follow this blog; hopefully in the near future medicalenglishblog.com will be collaborating with Fran and his new project!  

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New blog about Infectious Diseases

New blog about Infectious Diseases.

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“Medical Research and its funding”- Dr Gustavo Catalan

Today it gives me great pleasure to post a short article written by Dr Gustavo Catalan. I am honoured that he gave me permission to include it in my blog and only hope that the translation does it justice. Medical research and its funding More than two thirds of research into medication is financed with…

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Medical Research and its funding

Medical Research and its funding.

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Mindfulness and Psychosis by Professor Paul Chadwick,

Last Wednesday I had the privilege of being involved in a very interesting talk in Son Espases Hospital, Palma de Mallorca. I was asked to interpret for Professor Paul Chadwick, Director of Clinical Psychology Training, Kings College London, and even though I had a few worries about interpreting into a language other than my mother tongue,…

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Mindfulness and Psychosis by Professor Paul Chadwick,

Mindfulness and Psychosis by Professor Paul Chadwick,.

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