klinisk strimma

English translation: clinical thread/clinical strand

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Swedish term or phrase:klinisk strimma
English translation:clinical thread/clinical strand
Entered by: Deane Goltermann

08:22 Nov 21, 2018
Swedish to English translations [PRO]
Medical - Certificates, Diplomas, Licenses, CVs
Swedish term or phrase: klinisk strimma
The name of a course in a medical diploma
tihomir
Iceland
clinical thread
Explanation:
You can never be sure with what appears to be a newly constructed term. I found it in a 2015 doc ( http://www.medfak.umu.se/utbildning/pedagogiska-pris/# ) where it was in quotation marks - seemingly to show how new it is.

Then I pulled this suggestion out of the air (sort of) from all of the possibilities for 'strimma.' But found this usage in a similar context ( https://www.meded.uci.edu/curricular-affairs/first-year-curr... It isn't totally common, and you can leave it to the people in Southern California to make something like this into a medical term. But, it seems to be used as a concept in medical contexts. But in my experience, the standard in Swe for this idea is 'röda tråd'
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3 +3clinical thread
Deane Goltermann
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attention possible error?
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clinical thread


Explanation:
You can never be sure with what appears to be a newly constructed term. I found it in a 2015 doc ( http://www.medfak.umu.se/utbildning/pedagogiska-pris/# ) where it was in quotation marks - seemingly to show how new it is.

Then I pulled this suggestion out of the air (sort of) from all of the possibilities for 'strimma.' But found this usage in a similar context ( https://www.meded.uci.edu/curricular-affairs/first-year-curr... It isn't totally common, and you can leave it to the people in Southern California to make something like this into a medical term. But, it seems to be used as a concept in medical contexts. But in my experience, the standard in Swe for this idea is 'röda tråd'


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Deane Goltermann
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Local time: 13:50
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish, Native in SwedishSwedish
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agree  Paul Gratwick: After some brief research, I think Dean is right.
3 hrs
  -> Thanks, Paul! Right, needs some research.

agree  Agneta Pallinder: Might just make it clinical "thread".
6 hrs
  -> Thanks, Agneta! Right, it is some kind of creation that needs explaining.

agree  Alison MacG: This clearly works for the US. Alternatively clinical strand (see discussion)
1 day 23 hrs
  -> Right! You should put up an answer!!
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7 hrs
Reference: attention possible error?

Reference information:
Hello

My reference suggests that "strmma" may well be a module.
Can someone check please and give a second opinion


    https://pingpong.ki.se/public/courseId/6330/coursePath/5549/6242/5549/6322/6375/ecp/lang-sv/publicPage.do?item=3897366
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