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医学英語 III

専門英語の理解と実践

医学英語 III

■担当編集委員 J. Patrick Barron

定価 2,750円(税込) (本体2,500円+税)
  • B5判  272ページ  2色
  • 2006年6月30日刊行
  • ISBN978-4-7583-0409-2

英語での問診・発表・論文執筆のレベルアップをめざす,日本で初めての医学英語教科書の第3巻(全3巻)

英語での診療・学会発表・論文執筆を最終到達目標として,医師・医療関係者に求められる英語力を総合的・体系的に学ぶために企画された,日本で初めての医学英語教科書。本書はその第3巻(上級編)として,医師に求められる英語力の3大要素(問診,口頭発表,論文執筆)について,その基本的考え方と実際のやり方について総合的に学ぶ。

日本医学英語教育学会編


序文

 This is the last of a 3-volume series on medical writing and communications planned by the Japan Society for Medical English Education. As such, it contains a rather wide range of materials, written by both clinicians and non-clinicians.
 It attempts to cover the wide range of skills that a medical professional needs to interact effectively at the international level, including taking cared of English-speaking patients, understanding the basic concepts in medical writing and also the fundamentals of publishing papers in peer-reviewed journals.
 It has been a privilege to be involved with the authors of the various chapters in creating this volume, which represents the approach to improve the level of international communications by Japanese health professionals envisaged by Dr. Kenichi Uemura when he established the Society.
 I certainly hope that this will serve as a reliable and interesting work that will be of help, not only as a book to read about English communications, but also to serve as a convenient reference book.
 In particular, I hope that it will serve as a building block in creating a policy of standardized international levels for communicating in the English in the field of medicine. With the rapidly developing interest in establishing such standards, I hope that it will respond to the needs increasingly felt by health professionals, not only in Japan, but also in other countries in cooperating in overcoming the barriers to the easier and more rapid flow of information in one of the mostr dynamic professional areas' health care.

J. Patrick Barron
Professor
International Medical Communications Center
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目次

Part 1 Effective Communication during Medical Evaluation 
 Chapter 1 Medical Inverview and Medical History
  1.Introduction
  2.Medical Evaluation, Medical Record and Patient Care
  3.Parts of the Medical History
  4.Medical Interview, Medical History and Medical Record
  5.Type of Sequence of Questions during Medical Interview
  6.Controlling the Medical Interview
  7.The Right Question at the Right Time
  8.Demonstration of Sequence of Questions during Medical Interview
  9.Questions to Ask to Take a Medical History
  Exercises
 Chapter 2 Physical Examination
  1.Symptoms and Signs of Illness
  2.Physical Examination
  3.Doctor−Patient Communication during the Examination
  4.Medical Record of History and Physical Examination
   4.1.PH (Past History)
   4.2.FH (Family History)
   4.3.SH (Social History)
  Exercises
 Chapter 3 Diagnosis
  1.Diagnostic Process
  2.Problem List
  3.Differential Diagnosis
  4.Diagnosis
  Exercises
 Chapter 4 Patient Information, Plan and Follow Up
  1.Patient Information and Directions
   1.1.Doctor/Patient Communication NG (No Good)
   1.2.Doctor/Patient Communication Clear (Good Communication)
   1.3.Doctor/Doctor Communication Clear (Good Communication)
  2.Plan
  3.Follow Up
  Exercises
Part 2 Giving Oral Presentation at Meetings and Conferences 
 Chapter 5 Differences between Written and Spoken English
  Introduction to Part 2
  1.Introduction
  2.The Complexity of English
   2.1.Idiom
   2.2.Intonation
  3.Usage Differences between Spoken and Written English
   3.1.Use active verb forms
   3.2.Use the first person
   3.3.Contractions
   3.4.Split infinitives
   3.5.Modals
   3.6.Narrative form
   3.7.British vs. North American English
   3.8.Avoid racist, sexist, and dehumanizing language
   3.9.Avoid sland and swearing
  4.Other Usage Considerations
   4.1.Don't use too many idiomatic phrases
   4.2.Don't use trite expressions
   4.3.Your vocabulary
  5.Summary
 Chapter 6 Preparing a Formal Oral Presentation in English
  1.Introduction
  2.The Importance of Editing
   2.1.Importance of editing
   2.2.Edit early
   2.3.Provide the editor with all the materials
   2.4.Your presentation is not finished until it is edited
  3.Planning Your Presentation
   3.1Know your audience
   3.2.Know your material
   3.3.Know your time frame
  4.Outlining Your Presentation
   4.1.Introduction
   4.2.Body
   4.3.Conclusion
  5.Writing Your Presentation
   5.1.Content is as important as delivery
   5.2.Slides and visual aides
   5.3.Using a script or notes
   5.4.Do not simply narrate slides
  6.Practicing the Presentation
   6.1.Alone or in front of an audience
   6.2.Talk, don't read, to your audience
   6.3.Evaluation
  7.Giving the Presentation
   7.1.Staging
   7.2.Control
   7.3.Pacing
   7.4.Be at ease
  8.Following Up
   8.1.E-mail
   8.2.Publication
   8.3.Web site
   8.4.Other requests
  9.Summary
 Chapter 7 Taking Questions and Giving Team Presentations
  1.Introduction
  2.Taking Questions
   2.1.Preparation
   2.2.The Q & A Session
   2.3.Special situations
   2.4.Ending the session
  3.Team Presentations
   3.1.Panel presentations
   3.2.Panel discussions
  4.Summary
  5.Conclusion of Part 2
Part 3 Writing a Medical Paper 
 Chapter 8 Medical Writing: The Easy Way!
  1.Introduction
  2.The Writing Process
   2.1.Is it worth writing about?
   2.2.Who is my audience?
   2.3.What style Should I use?
   2.4.How much does your reader know about your field of expertise?
  3.What 'Tools' Will Help You in Your Job?
  4.The Plan
  5.The Draft
  6.The Anatomy and Physiology of a Scientific Report
   6.1.Scientific texts
   6.2.The magic of paragraphs
   6.3.The dynamism of sentences
   6.4.Words, words, words!
 Chapter 9 Commentary on the Uniform Requirements
  1.What are the Uniform Requirements?
  2.How to Use This Commentary
  3.How Can the Uniform Requirements Help Me?
  4.Are the Requirements Just Another Arbitrary Set of Rules?
  5.Do I Have to Read 15 Pages of Close-typed English?
  6.How to Use the Commentary
   6.1.Readability and suitability
   6.2.Title page
   6.3.Conflict of interest
   6.4.Introduction
   6.5.Methods
   6.6.Results
   6.7.Discussion
   6.8.References
   6.9.Tables
   6.10.Illustrations (Figures)
   6.11.Legends for illustrations (figures)
   6.12.Units of measurement
   6.13.Abbreviations and symbols
  7.Sending the Manuscript to the Journal
   7.1.Electronic submissions
   7.2.Number of copies for hard copy submission
   7.3.Cover letters
   7.4.Secondary publication
   7.5.Conflict of interest
   7.6.Who qualifies as an author
   7.7.Corresponding author
   7.8.Type of article being submitted/re-submitted
   7.9.Submission checklists
   7.10.Letters of permission
  Final Word
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