Vol. 21, No.3 (October 2022)

 Contents

Original articles
Can applied improvisation exercises boost compassion in Japanese university students?

Ian Willey

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医学英語のオンラインツール利用で英語発音は向上するのか:シャドーイング演習を含む教育介入の効果検証

西村多寿子,他

Effectiveness of an online shadowing program for medical English pronunciation practice

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Use of authentic translation in helping students decipher Englishlanguage randomised control trial abstracts

Motoko Asano, et al

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Medical students’ English needs and curricular developments

Alan Simpson


Foreword: The 24th JASMEE Academic Meeting
(第24 回日本医学英語教育学会学術集会)

シンポジウム1「英語論文作成の分業化:多職種連携の現状」オーガナイザーによる序

津谷喜一郎,元雄 良治



Summary: The 24th JASMEE Academic Meeting
(第24 回日本医学英語教育学会学術集会)

シンポジウム1「英語論文作成の分業化:多職種連携の現状」シンポジウムとパネルディスカッションのまとめ

ブルーヘルマンス ラウール

Symposium 1 “Work sharing in medical English writing for interprofessional collaboration” Symposium and panel discussion summary



Conference proceedings: The 24th JASMEE Academic Meeting(第24 回日本医学英語教育学会学術集会)

医学英語論文執筆のための10箇条:データがあるなら論文にしよう

伊達 勲

Ten important points for writing medical English papers: From data to publication

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Role of supervisors in helping students with scientific medical writing

Subrina Jesmin

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良い論文を日本から発表するために:メディカルライターにできること

植谷 可恵

Publishing good research papers from Japan: What can medical writers do?

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日本の論文公表の現状と課題: メディカル・パブリケーション・プロフェッショナルの視点から

M名 美惠子

The current status of and challenges facing medical publication in Japan: From the medical publication professional's perspective.


Presidential talk: The 25th JASMEE Academic Meeting(第25回日本医学英語教育学会学術集会)

COVID-19 fundamentals: What determines how it spreads?

Yosuke Aoki


Conference proceedings: The 25th JASMEE Academic Meeting(第25 回日本医学英語教育学会学術集会)

Clinical case presentations: The confusing bits

Michael Guest

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General English vs English for Medical Purposes: A comparative analysis of medical school students’ performance in general English assessments vs English for Medical Purposes assessments

Richard O’Shea, et al

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How to improve real-world speaking ability within conference and clinical settings

Maiko Sakamoto, et al

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Developing English-language video materials at a university hospital

Marshall Higa, et al

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Learning from one another: Comparing basic nursing and midwifery skills in Japan and Germany

Daisy E. Rotzoll, et al

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Researching and teaching word parts in a medical English curriculum

Simon Fraser, et al

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The Medical Rally: A training event for residents of Tsukuba Medical Center

Thomas Mayers, et al

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Twenty years before and twenty years after: A clinician’s dream and vision of medical English education

Nakaya Saito

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