Renzo Mocini

Fine-Tuning Medical Writing

Pitfalls and strategies

This book is the outcome of a series of reflections concerning some of the major difficulties Italian healthcare researchers and students often encounter when writing academic articles in English. The contents of the volume are informed by an interdisciplinary approach based mainly on the PICO model, a mnemonic expedient used in Evidence-Based Medicine and referring to the four elements typical of clinical inquiry (Patient/Problem, Intervention, Comparator, Outcome) and the possible harbinger of recovery.

cod. 1058.57

Franca Daniele, Giuliana Garzone

Communicating medicine popularizing medicine

This book is a collection of original chapters on various aspects of healthcare communication. The variety of the studies presented bears witness to the inherent complexity of the transmission and dissemination of knowledge in the medical domain, characterized by different levels of specialization and diversified purposes, from care and treatment to health prevention, from medical training to awareness campaigns.

cod. 1058.46