About this book
Biomedical scientists are the most likely health care professionals to actually move to an English-speaking country to continue professional training and career-development. This book should help to apply for jobs, write résumés, face job interviews and settle into a new working environment in English. The practical approach of the units will boost the readers' self-confidence in their own English-capabilities. This book should help reducing the anticipated stress of having to learn important matters directly "on the job", and secure more efficient and productive communication from the start.
Written for: Biomedical Scientists
- Acronyms and Abbreviations
- English Grammar
- Laboratory Writing
- Latin and Greek Terminology
Table of contents
Methodological Approach.- English Grammar Use.- Usual Mistakes Made by Non-Native English-Speaking Biomedical Scientists.- Writing a Manuscript.- Writing Scientific Correspondence.- Attending a Scientific Course or Conference.- Giving a Presentation for Biomedical Scientists.- Chairing a Scientific Discussion.- Writing Your Curriculum Vitae and Cover Letter.- Preparing for a Job Interview.- The Laboratory Environment.- Laboratory Writing.- Laboratory Safety and Biohazards.- Laboratory Animal Work.- Latin and Greek Terminology.- Acronyms and Abbreviations.- Converation Survival Guide.