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Using PubMed Effectively in Your Medical Scientific Translations

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Sophie Gesbert  Identity Verified
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English to French
MeSH terms Mar 17, 2015

Hello Carmen,

I was expecting you to talk about MeSH terms, but you did not mention them in your presentation. Previous documentation I had read about PubMed searches (for scientists, not for translators though) consider it is an essential thing to consider. Moreover, there may be bilingual MeSH databases in other languages, which may be helpful for translators. Did you have a particular reason for not mentionning them?

Regards

Sophie


 


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