The Importance of English in Medicine

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Facilitating International Dialogue in Medicine

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International Day of Medical English, Moscow

  Master Class in English “Clinical Conference. Analysis of the Clinical Case “was held on the eve of the All-Russian Conference” Medical Education -2015 “. This unique master class – the result of a tripartite cooperation of the Department of Foreign Languages ​​(Head of Department and Chair – Professor Irina Markovina), the Research Institute of Uronephrology and…

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Interview – Diario de Mallorca

Interview

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Clinical Sessions in English in a Spanish Setting

After too many months another post!!! Clinical Sessions in English in a Spanish Setting from Jonathan McFarland This was a presentation that I gave at the Pyramid International Medical English Conference in Norwich on Saturday 13th September 2014.

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Medical English Blog is closed for holidays

Dear Friends, Medical English Blog is closed for holidays until September. Don’t forget us and see you soon!

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The Second interview in the Podcast interviews

In the next few days I will posting the second interview. This morning I interviewed Dr Manolo Tomas, Head of the ENT Department in Son Espases Hospital, and when the interview is ready it will be uploaded. Among othe topics Dr Tomas discusses his reason for studying Medicine, the current state of ENT and Health, the…

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More interesting linguistic notes

A friend of mine, Philip Bazire, a surgeon trained both in the UK and in Spain, and an expert in Medical  Translation saw the last post and made a few comments of his own. It is a fact that very often Spanish doctors confuse  words/ terms between English and Spanish, and Philip mentions a few of…

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A new section dedicated to interesting expressions

This morning in a clinical session in English in the Infectious Diseases section of Internal Medicine in Son Espases Hospital I heard a very nice expression, which apparently is commonly used. It was – “INTENTION TO TEST IS INTENTION TO TREAT” and so from now onwards I wish to introduce a new section to the blog…

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Podcast interviews in English

The Medical English blog will begin a series of podcast interviews. The idea is to set up a regular interview section where we will interview doctors, nurses, health librarians, researchers, in fact all those working in the field of medicine. The interviews aim to present the “personal” side of those working within medicine, and we…

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