Biomedical English

The aim of this training course is to provide knowledge, advices and resources on biomedical English, as well as encourage the participation of Spanish health professionals in international meetings. The course instructors are Ramón Ribes, first author of the Springer Medical English Series, John Giba, English teacher and translator/proofreader/editor of scientific manuscripts and Fernando A.…

Editorial Research

The research conducted by scientific journals themselves is an essential for furthering knowledge. Aspects such as peer review, conflict of interest or malpractice deserve to be analysed by the publications themselves in the interests of greater transparency and quality of the results. However, despite the interest they pose to the scientific community, studies of the… 2012

2nd edition – Madrid, 7-8, November 2012

The various debates organized by the Esteve Foundation between scientists and journalists always highlighted one weakness in science journalism: lack of communication between both parties. The range of specialized courses in science for journalists is extensive, however, we cannot say that the reverse is true. Medical personnel from both the field of research and the… 2012

4th edition – Sabadell, October, 22-23 2012

If standing up and speaking in front of an audience is a source of anxiety, the stress is heightened even more when the official language of the conference, meeting or congress is English. On the 22nd and 23rd of October 2012, the Esteve Foundation organized at the Corporació Parc Taulí of Sabadell the fourth edition of the… 2012

17th edition – Córdoba, October, 17-18 2012

When speaking in front of an audience, only 15% of what actually reaches the public corresponds to the spoken message. In contrast, more than half the information retained by listeners lies in nonverbal communication. Indeed, the lecturer’s posture, gesture and eye gaze tell a lot more on how he/she feels than mere words. These courses… 2012