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EALTHY Symposium 21_ Final Programme

Keynote speaker:

John Skelton, Professor Emeritus, University of Birmingham & President of EALTHY

 

”The real value of simulation. Three reasons for role-play”

 

UPDATE: Kevin Harvey, Associate Professor, University of Nottingham will not be speaking at this online event but has confirmed his participation for the 5th English for Healthcare Conference in Belgrade, September 2022. We very much look forward to seeing him there!

 

OET Track

( 45 minutes – workshop; 30 minutes – presentation)

Jo Kroussaniotakis 

(Wimbledon School of English) 

Reading Strategies for OET  45 mins 
Nadia Falou 

(British Study Centres) 

What can I take into the test room? Ensuring your students know what to expect on an OET test day  30 mins 
Rebecca Bush Preparing Pharmacists for OET 30 mins
Catherine Leyshon 

(Pass Your English) 

Win, Win: Using OET knowledge and experience to help RefuAid students change their lives  30 mins 
Alexia Sporidis 

(Specialist Language Centres) 

OET speaking: Driving the role play forward using question forms to encourage patient interaction and meet the clinical communication criteria.  45 mins 
Neil Harris, Gilian Molyneux, Sona Lisa Bose, Gabrilla Hild, Debbie Rogers  Developing an OET community of practice: insights into creating a sustainable support group of OET classroom practitioners.  45  mins 
Harmi Bains 

(West London English School) 

A focus on the patient-centred approach when preparing students for the OET speaking sub-test  30 mins 
Beth Stacey 

(West London English School) 

 

Classroom activities to help OET students in Part A of the Listening sub-test 30 mins 
As of July 12. More sessions may be added.

 

Medical English tracks ( 2)
List of presentation and posters  (in alphabetical order)  

Read ABSTRACTS here (pdf) Virtual Symposium Presentation and Poster Abstracts

Asztalos-Zsembery  Eszter    A mock group translation project: Baptism of fire?  Hungary 
Gjuran-Coha 

& Tomak 

 

Anamarija 

Tajana 

 

   The use of Anglicisms in the Croatian language of medicine  Croatia 
Bowman  Marion     Conversation, discourse and linguistic analysis in dental communication: Valuable but under-used approaches  UK 
Doykova  Ilina    Medical Terminology and Lexical Equivalence in Specialized Translation   

Bulgaria 

 

Frinculescu  Cristina    Adapting Borrowings from English to Romanian Medical Terminology. A Bilingual Glossary.  Romania 
 

Kavalir 

Milavec  Kapun 

Polanič

 

Monika, 

Marija 

Petra

  IKTERUS: E-training in language and intercultural competences for healthcare professionals in Slovenia   Slovenia 
Keilani 

Klimmek 

Isabella 

Daphne 

  Integrating Language Coaching into Communication Skills Training Creating relationships based on trust – in the training room and in clinical settings  Germany

Austria 

 

Olure 

Keresztes

Bimbola 

Csilla

   

When the patient is a doctor 

Hungary 
Kuzio  Anna     

The importance of developing communication skills in doctor-patient relations: a case study of communication challenges among young physicians and their patients in Poland 

Poland 
Merz  Lukas     

Showcasing HELP2. A language learning platform for English and German for healthcare and allied healthcare professions 

 

Czech Republic 
Mitarcheva  Irina    Teaching Medical English through art  Bulgaria 

 

 

Nagy, 

Warta, 

Csongor 

 

Renata 

Vilmos 

Alexandra 

  Online Assessment of English for Biomedical Purposes  Hungary 
Petrusevich  Polina    Developing EMP speaking skills in offline and online teaching”   Russia 

 

Rozhkov, 

Petrova

 

Grigory 

Marina

 

  Lingo-didactical aspects of developing cross-cultural communication skills with pharmaceutical students in the course of extra class activities in a foreign language  Russia 
Šelmić,  Nataša    Composition of medical scientific research articles  Serbia 
 

Sobotková, 

Bronislava  

 

 

Hana 

Grygová 

 

  Student’s perspectives on the content of English for Midwifery course at Palacký University   Czech Republic 

 

Stötzer  Andrea    English Communication Skills Training for Medical Educators – in the virtual classroom  Hungary 

 

 

Torubarova, 

Stebletsova 

 

Irina 

Anna 

  Preventive Medicine in Global Health Community: A Brief Review of the Language Course  Russia 
 

Tseligka 

 

Theodora 

   

Collaborative COVID-themed project work to enhance medical students’ language and research skills 

Greece