Medical Journals: Translating Like a Writer, Not a Scientist
- To understand the basics of writing articles on medical topics.
- To identify best practices to translate publication-ready articles for medical journals.
- To effectively and accurately translate structured content.
- To implement a checklist to review clarity section by section and carry out a final polish of the publication.
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I suggest mentioning a bit about numbers. In English numerals are always used in journal articles whereas they might be spelled out in other types of texts. Many times I find a random mix of numerals and spelled out numbers in the Spanish articles I get, especially Letters to Editors.
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