Comment on "English-speaking SP's in medical education: the motivation factor"

@inproceedings{Evans2015CommentO,
  title={Comment on "English-speaking SP's in medical education: the motivation factor"},
  author={Phillip Evans},
  year={2015}
}
I have some experience of both working with, and being an English speaking SP, in the UK, Japan and other parts of the world. While I agree with the points raised by the authors, I would like to suggest that the model of teaching Medical English is treated slightly differently. It is unfortunate that, in Japan, and other non-English speaking countries, it is common for English to be taught as a separate strand of taught classes, provided as an additional ‘bolt-on’ to the curriculum. What ever… CONTINUE READING

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