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Zorica Antić

SG. Equipped for the future: A customerdriven Vision for Adult Literacy and Lifelong Learning. Washington DC: National Institute for Literacy, 1995. 5. Jackson J. . An inter-university, cross-disciplinary analysis of business education: perceptions of business faculty in Hong Kong. Eng Speci Purp 2005; 24: 293-306. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.esp.2004.02.004 6. Antic Z. Benefits of Student-Centered Tandem Teaching in Medical English.SrpArh 2015; 143: 500-4. http://dx.doi.org/10.2298/SARH1508500A 7. Antic Z

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ARS Medica Tomitana

The Journal of "Ovidius" University of Constanta

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Zorica Antić and Nataša Milosavljević

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In recent years, medical studies in English have been organized at the Niš Faculty of Medicine. Thus, modern teaching approaches are required. It has been shown that there are many similarities between the two fields - English and medicine. As a result, it is believed that the methods and strategies used in teaching medical English language could be helpful when it comes to medical subjects.

The paper presents the principles and techniques of teaching English for medical purposes and examines the possibility of applying these principles to teaching medical subjects in English.

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Manal F. Alharbi and Sahar M. Yakout

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V. Zhura and J. Rudova

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Rui-Fang Zhu, Hong-Xia Ren, Xiu-Juan Wang, Chi-Chen Zhang, Qi Yu, Zhi-Guang Duan and Shi-Fan Han

physical education, college English, and so on; (2) basic medical courses, such as physiology, biochemistry, anatomy, pharmacology, and so on; and (3) nursing professional courses, such as General Nursing, Internal Medicine, Surgery, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Pediatrics, Community Nursing, and so on. The following areas have existing problems. Course contents: Nursing education, in terms of both theory and knowledge, remains under the influence of previous biomedical models. The course adopts a three-stage approach. Most undergraduate colleges have gradually

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Ya-Qian Liu, Yu-Feng Li, Meng-Jie Lei, Peng-Xi Liu, Julie Theobald, Li-Na Meng, Ting-Ting Liu, Chun-Mei Zhang and Chang-De Jin

China RCT High vocational nursing students E:50 C:51 Medical nursing experiment teaching FC: 1. Pre-class individual instruction 2. In-class group interactive activities (one semester) Traditional teaching SRL Jing and Li 34 China RCT High vocational nursing students E:50 C:52 Assessment of technical symptoms of health assessment OSCE and FC: 1. Pre-class individual instruction 2. In-class group interactive activities with OSCE (one semester) Traditional teaching ALC Tian et al. 37 China RCT Nursing undergraduate intern E

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Xiao-Hong Zhang, Li-Na Meng, Hui-Hui Liu, Ru-Zhen Luo, Chun-Mei Zhang, Pei-Pei Zhang and Yan-Hui Liu

Academic Emotion of Medical Students-Taking the Management Majors’ in A Medical University as an Example. Taiyuan Shanxi Medical University 2016 (in Chinese) 20 Li BB, Xu JF. The influence of achievement goal orientation on English self-directed learning ability and the mediating effect of self efficacy. Foreign Lang China . 2014;3:59-68. (in Chinese). Li BB Xu JF. The influence of achievement goal orientation on English self-directed learning ability and the mediating effect of self efficacy Foreign Lang China. 2014 3 59 68 (in Chinese) 21 Xiong L. The

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Jing-Jing Chao and Ya-Zhuo Xue

biomedical model has resulted in a change in the mode of health education from traditional teaching to patient-centered education. 5 A menu-style volunteer service model of health education in Tai’an city provides volunteer service through an activities menu. The menu-style volunteer service refers to having certain professional volunteers collect information and present it in a volume, which is distributed to communities, villages, and towns, to allow residents to provide services such as volunteers to hotels/institutions that order these services. 6 , 7 Through four

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Jie Li, Hong Lu and Rui Hou

Director of the Department of Women's and Children's Health, World Health Organization (WHO), there are three kinds of maternity care with respect to humanized birth. Some countries, such as Finland, Sweden, and New Zealand, support the autonomy of midwives' work and have lower intervention rates; other countries, such as the United States, France, and Ireland, are highly medicalized, doctor centered, and midwife marginalized; still other countries, such as Australia, the United Kingdom, and Canada have a mixture of both approaches. We chose five countries, such as