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Teacher Education in English for Special Purposes

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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The Journal of "Ovidius" University of Constanta
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Medical Studies in English: Shared Learning

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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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Efficacy of English Language Programs as Judged by Nurses and Students of Nursing: Do Nurses in Iran Need to Know English?

(3):263-8. http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/1043659605274966 PMid:15980054 3. Shomoossi N & Ketabi S. A Critical look at the concept of authenticity. Electronic Journal of Foreign Language Teaching 2007; 4(1): 149-155. Retrieved online from http://e-flt.nus.edu.sg/v4n12007/shomoossi.pdf 4. Mozayyan MR, Mazloomi SS, & Asgarshahi M. Viewpoints of students of Shahid Sadooghi University of Medical Sciences on the order of Pre-university and general English courses. Iran J Med Educa 2005; 5(1): 89-90. Online document available in http

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Etiology of Bacteremic Syndromes and Bacterial Susceptibility of Blood Culture Isolates in a Romanian County Hospital

References 1. English BK, Gaur AH. The use and abuse of antibiotics and the development of antibiotic resistance. Adv Exp Med Biol. 2010;659:73-82. 2. Martin GS, Mannino DM, Eaton S, Moss M. The epidemiology of sepsis in the United States from 1979 through 2000. N Engl J Med. 2003;348:1546-54. 3. Burchardi H, Schneider H. Economic aspects of severe sepsis: a review of intensive care unit costs, cost of illness and cost effectiveness of therapy. PharmacoEconomics. 2004;22:793-813. 4. Wang HE

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Developing Communicative Competence in Students of Higher Medical Schools

in foreign languages classes. In: Language of Medicine: international interacademic collection of research papers in honour of V. F. Novodranova. Samara; 2015:198–203. Russian. 11. Hu G. Cognitive Mechanisms Underlying Second Language Listening Comprehension [dissertation]. Atlanta; 2009[cited 2016 Nov 11]. Available from: http://scholarworks.gsu.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1011&context=alesl_diss . Doctor of philosophy. 12. Jorgensen M, Witt K. Teaching communications skills to medical students using a reflective teaching method and access to

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Foreign medical practitioners: requirements for medical practice and postgraduate training in Thailand under ASEAN Economic Community liberalization in 2015

the TMC’s website in Thai language [ 7 ]. However, information in other languages, including English, for FMPs is limited. Although some information is translated and already presented on the TMC’s English website, it does not contain all necessary requirements to pursue a medical career in Thailand, which currently include a work permit for other than Thai citizens. For the benefit of FMPs, the authors have reviewed current domestic regulations and procedures, which may undergo significant changes in the future. Medical practice in Thailand Legal medical

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Two decades’ contribution of occupational medicine training in Thailand: experience from the foundation with a view toward the future

physicians in Thailand is not sufficient to meet the needs of the country, a second category of certification for occupational medicine physicians in Thailand is through practicing occupational medicine services or teaching in related fields of occupational medicine for at least 5 years continuously combined with the elective 2-month short course in occupational medicine. Before becoming eligible for the board-certified examination in this category, the physician has to publish 2 research articles. The short course was initially organized by the Thai Bureau of Medical

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Perioperative and Anesthetic Adverse Events in Thailand (PAAd Thai) incident reporting study: hospital characteristics and methods

/theaters. Seventeen hospitals (77%) were involved in residency and medical student training while 12 (55%) were involved in training nurse anesthetists. Table 1 Participating hospitals categorized by location in Thailand and level of teaching involvement Participating hospitals by location in Thailand Level of teaching involvement (N = 22) Resident Medical student Nurse anesthetist North 6 (27%)  Buddhachinaraj Hospital yes yes yes  Chiang Rai Hospital yes yes yes  Lampang Hospital no yes no

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Predictors of severity of subgaleal hemorrhage

hematoma [ 5 ], and peritoneal dialysis because of acute renal injury [ 6 ]. To our knowledge, there are few published studies of factors to predict the severity of SGH in neonates. We performed a retrospective study of neonates who had SGH and born in Songklanagarind Hospital over a 33-year period. This study aimed to identify risk factors for SGH between neonates with serious (SC) and nonserious complications (NSC). Methods Setting Songklanagarind Hospital is part of a university-affiliated teaching hospital at Prince of Songkla University, Songkhla

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