Writing In English For The Medical Sciences

Author by : Steve Hart
Languange : en
Publisher by : CRC Press
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Description : This practical and portable guide has been designed specifically to help academics and students in medicine and surgery departments at universities all over the world, who are required to write in English to maximize exposure to their research, produce professional and accurate academic English and eradicate the errors that occur at all levels from


Medical Writing

Author by : Minna Vihla
Languange : en
Publisher by : Rodopi
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Description : This book examines the role of modal expressions in various medical genres, as well as pointing out other markers of speaker attitude. Based on new computer-readable data, and combining quantitative and qualitative methods, the book argues that the use of modal expressions reflects the institutional context of medical discourse. Modal expressions are analysed with reference to hedging, reliability, and argumentation, and it is shown that their use in different genres reflects a model of medicine leading from bio-medical hypotheses through assessment to clinical applications. The book also analyses new genres of medical writing that have developed as a response to the increasing amount of medical information. Advertisements are analysed as an example of medicalization, showing how evaluation in the texts is based on medical values.


English In Basic Medical Science

Author by : Joan Maclean
Languange : en
Publisher by : Oxford University Press, USA
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Description : This title includes the following features: It focuses on the particular ways English is used for communication in medical science.; It helps students develop techniques of reading, and provides them with a guide for their own writing.; A Teacher's Book contains all the material in theStudent's Book together with teaching instructions and a key to the exercises.; The reading texts and some of the exercises are also available on cassette.


Instructional Writing In English

Author by : Matti Peikola
Languange : en
Publisher by : John Benjamins Publishing
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Description : The history of English writing is, to a considerable extent, the history of instructional writing in English. This volume is the first collection of papers to focus on instructional writing throughout the history of the language. Spanning a millennium of English texts, the materials studied represent procedural and behavioural discourse in a variety of genres. The primary texts, from AElfric s homilies to medieval cooking recipes to seventeenth-century American conduct literature to present-day language textbooks, display a variety of linguistic devices typical of instruction. The materials nonetheless differ with respect to the explicitness of their instructive purpose. Bringing together a broad range of instructional writing from the Old, Middle and Modern English periods, this collection celebrates the sixtieth birthday of Risto Hiltunen, who has successfully combined discourse-linguistic approaches with the history of English in his research, and inspired the colleagues and former students contributing to this volume."


Medical Writing In Early Modern English

Author by : Irma Taavitsainen
Languange : en
Publisher by : Cambridge University Press
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Description : Medical writing tells us a great deal about how the language of science has developed in constructing and communicating knowledge in English. This volume provides a new perspective on the evolution of the special language of medicine, based on the electronic corpus of Early Modern English Medical Texts, containing over two million words of medical writing from 1500 to 1700. The book presents results from large-scale empirical research on the new materials and provides a more detailed and diversified picture of domain-specific developments than any previous book. Three introductory chapters provide the sociohistorical, disciplinary and textual frame for nine empirical studies, which address a range of key issues in a wide variety of medical genres from fresh angles. The book is useful for researchers and students within several fields, including the development of special languages, genre and register analysis, (historical) corpus linguistics, historical pragmatics, and medical and cultural history.


The Complete Guide To Medical Writing

Author by : Mark C. Stuart
Languange : en
Publisher by : Pharmaceutical Press
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Description : 'The Complete Guide to Medical Writing' is intended to consider all aspects of medical/scientific writing in one concise introductory text. It explains how to get published, how to write for a particular audience or in a particular media, what the publishing processes are and what the financial rewards might be.


Instructional Writing In English 1350 1650

Author by : Carrie Griffin
Languange : en
Publisher by : Routledge
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Description : Exploring the nature of utilitarian texts in English transmitted from the later Middle Ages to c. 1650, this volume considers textual and material strategies for the presentation and organisation of written knowledge and information during the period. In particular, it investigates the relationship between genre and material form in Anglophone written knowledge and information, with specific reference to that which is usually classified as practical or 'utilitarian'. Carrie Griffin examines textual and material evidence to argue for the disentangling of hitherto mixed genres and forms, and the creation of 'new' texts, as unexplored effects of the arrival of the printing press in the late fifteenth century. Griffin interrogates the texts at the level of generic markers, frameworks and structures, and studies transmission and dissemination in print, the nature of and attitudes to printed books, and the audiences they reached, in order to determine shifting attitudes to books and texts. Learning and Information from Manuscript to Print makes a significant contribution to the study of so-called non-literary textual genres and their transmission, circulation and reception in manuscript and in early modern printed books.


Language For Special Purposes

Author by : Felix Mayer
Languange : en
Publisher by : Gunter Narr Verlag
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English And Reflective Writing Skills In Medicine

Author by : Clive Handler
Languange : en
Publisher by : Radcliffe Publishing
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Description : Teaches medical students, and all medical and paramedical staff, to write reflective essays and less formal reflective pieces clearly, concisely, and accurately.


Plain English For Doctors And Other Medical Scientists

Author by : Oscar Linares
Languange : en
Publisher by : Oxford University Press
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Description : Plain English for Doctors is the first book on plain English medical writing. Its tips on writing clearly are specific, and easy to apply. Each tip comes with exercises based on excerpts from articles published in leading medical journals. This book is a must for any medical writer.