PL EN


Preferencje help
Widoczny [Schowaj] Abstrakt
Liczba wyników
2018 | 25/2 | 183-202
Tytuł artykułu

Tytuły w polskojęzycznych opisach przypadków medycznych - wstęp do badań

Treść / Zawartość
Warianty tytułu
EN
Titles of medical case reports in Polish – a preliminary study
Języki publikacji
PL
Abstrakty
EN
While titles in scientific journals in general have attracted considerable interest, titles in medical research seem not to have been examined quite extensively. In these few studies, attention has been paid primarily to the form and length of titles as well as to their content. What is also emphasised is the need for discussion and further research on the topic in order to establish consistent guidelines regarding the formulation of clear and precise titles, which would aid journal editors, authors and readers. This paper constitutes an attempt to examine practices of formulating titles in medical case reports in Polish, following the study of F. Salager-Meyer et al. (2013a), in which title length, structure and content were considered as well.
Słowa kluczowe
Rocznik
Numer
Strony
183-202
Opis fizyczny
Daty
wydano
2018
Twórcy
Bibliografia
  • Agha, R.A. i in. (2016), The SCARE Statement: Consensus-based Surgical Case Report Guidelines, (w:) International Journal of Surgery 34, 180–186.
  • An, X.J./ R.Z. Zhang (1994), Translating Chinese Titles of Medical Papers into English, (w:) Foreign Medical Sciences 15 (4), 179–181.
  • Baicchi, A. (2003), Relation Complexity of Titles and Texts: A Semiotic Taxonomy, (w:) L. Merlini Barbaresi (red.), Complexity in Language and Text. Pisa, 319–341.
  • Brkic, S./ M. Vucenovic/ Z. Dokic (2003), Title, Abstract, Key Words and References in Biomedical Articles, (w:) Archive of Oncology 11 (3), 207–209.
  • Budgell, B. (2008), Guidelines to the writing of case studies, (w:) Journal of Canadian Chiropractic Association 52(4), 199–204.
  • Busch-Lauer, I. (2000), Titles in English and German Research Papers in Medicine and Linguistics, (w:) A. Trosborg (red.), Analysing Professional Genres. Amsterdam, 77–97.
  • Duan, P./ W.P. Gu (2002), Common Errors in the Translation of Titles and Abstracts of Medical Papers, (w:) Chinese Translation Journal 23 (4), 17.
  • Gasparyan, A.Y. i in. (2011), Writing a Narrative Biomedical Review: Considerations for Authors, Peer Reviewers, and Editors, (w:) Rheumatology International 31, 1409–1417.
  • Goodman, N.W. (2000), Survey of Active Verbs in the Titles of Clinical Trials Reports, (w:) British Medical Journal 320, 914–915.
  • Goodman, R.A./ S.B. Thacker/ P.Z. Siegel (2001), What’s in a Title? A Descriptive Study of Article Titles in Peer-Reviewed Medical Journals, (w:) Science Editor 24(3), 75–78.
  • Halliday, M.A.K. (1970), Language Structure and Language Function, (w:) J. Lyons (red.), New Horizons in Linguistics. Harmondsworth, 140–165.
  • Hartley, J. (2005), To Attract or to Inform: What Are Titles for?, (w:) Journal of Technical Writing and Communication 35 (2), 203–213.
  • Hartley, J. (2007a), There’s More to the Title than Meets the Eye: Exploring the Possibilities, (w:) Journal of Technical Writing and Communication 37 (1), 95–101.
  • Hartley, J. (2007b), Colonic Titles!, (w:) The Write Stuff 16 (4), 147–149.
  • Hartley, J./ L. Betts (2007), The Effects of Spacing and Titles on Judgments of the Effectiveness of Structured Abstracts, (w:) Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 58 (14), 2335–2340.
  • Hays, J.C. (2010), Eight Recommendations for Writing Titles of Scientific Manuscripts, (w:) Public Health Nursing 27, 2, 101–103.
  • Jacques, S.J./ N.J. Sebire (2010), The Impact of Article Titles on Citation Hits: An Analysis of General and Specialist Medical Journals, (w:) Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine 1 (1), 2.
  • Jiang, J.Q. (2000), Writing Medical Paper Titles in English, (w:) Journal of Chengdu Military Command Hospital 2 (4), 50–51.
  • Kotur, P.F. (2002), How to Write Scientific Article for a Journal?, (w:) Indian Journal of Anesthesiology 46 (1), 21–25.
  • Leng, H.M./ J.X. Guo (2003), Translating Chinese Titles of Medical Papers into English, (w:) Journal of Regional Anatomy and Operative Surgery 12 (2), 140–141.
  • Lewison G./ J. Hartley (2005), What’s in a Title? Numbers of Words and the Presence of Colons, (w:) Scientometrics 63, 341–356.
  • Ma, J.W./ X.W. Wang (1997), Structural Characteristics of English Titles of Medical Papers, (w:) Journal of Med. Intel. 17 (4), 16–18.
  • Mack, C. (2001), How to Write a Good Scientific Paper: Title, Abstract, and Keywords, (w:) Micro/Nanolithography, MEMS, and MOEMS 11, 2.
  • Maj, J., Systemowe kontaktowe zapalenie skóry. Prezentacja multimedialna. (dostęp: 27.03.2018; https://www.termedia.pl/f/f/ef0bb16b00101a6e043ece7a5b1df392.pdf).
  • Ortega-Loubon, C./ R. Correa-Márquez (2014), Writing a Case Report: A Work of Art, (w:) International Journal of Medical Students 2 (3), 90–91.
  • Pereira, K.R. (2016), A Physician’s Guide to the World of Medical Publications, (w:) Annals of Tropical Medicine and Public Health 9 (6), 392–395.
  • Rison, R.A./ M.R. Kidd/ C.A. Koch (2013), The CARE (CAse REport) Guidelines and the Standardization of Case Reports, (w:) Journal of Medical Case Reports 7, 261.
  • Rosner, R.A. (1990), Reflections on Science as a Product, (w:) Nature 345, 108.
  • Salager-Meyer, F./ M. Ángeles Alcaraz Ariza (2013a), Titles are “Serious Stuff: A Historical Study of Academic Titles, (w:) JAHR 4 (7), 257–272.
  • Salager-Meyer, F./ M. Ángeles Alcaraz Ariza (2013b), The Medical Narrative from a Diachronic Perspective (1840–2009): Titling Practices and Authorship, (w:) M. Gotti/ C. Sancha Guinda (red.), Narratives in Academic and Professional Genres. Bern, 293–318.
  • Salager-Meyer, F./ M. Ángeles Alcaraz Ariza/ M.L. Briceño (2013), Titling and Authorship Practice in Medical Case Reports: A Diachronic Study (1840–2009), (w:) Communication and Medicine 10 (1), 63–80.
  • Siegel, P.Z. et al. (2006), Titles of Articles in Peer-reviewed Journals Lack Information on Study Design: A Structured Review of Contributions to Four Leading Medical Journals, 1995 and 2001, (w:) Science Editor 29 (6), 183–185.
  • Smith, R. (2000), Informative Titles in the BMJ, (w:) British Medical Journal 320, 914.
  • Soler, V. (2007), Writing Titles in Science: An Exploratory Study, (w:) English for Specific Purposes 26 (1), 90–102.
  • Soler, V. (2011), Comparative and Contrastive Observations on Scientific Titles in Written English and Spanish, (w:) English for Specific Purposes 30, 124–137.
  • Swales, J. (1990), Genre Analysis. English in Academic and Research Settings. Cambridge.
  • Wang, Y./ Y. Bai. (2007), A Corpus-based Syntactic Study of Medical Research Article Titles, (w:) System 35, 388–399.
  • Williams, J.M. (2009), Style: The Basics of Clarity and Grace (3rd edn.) New York.
  • Xu, Y.Z. (1996), Writing English Titles of Medical Papers, (w:) Journal of Datong Medical College 16 (1), 59–63.
  • Xue, Z.L. (2003), Writing English Abstracts of Medical Papers (I): Titles. Foreign Medical Sciences, (w:) Sec. Pathophysiol. Clin. Med 23 (4), 439–441.
  • Yao, S.L./ D.W. Wu/ S.H. Zhang (2004), Familiar Sentences in the Title and Abstract of Medical Papers in English, (w:) Lishizhen Medicine and Materia Medica Research 15 (5), 319.
  • Zeiger M. (1991), Essentials of Writing Biomedical Research Papers. New York.
Typ dokumentu
Bibliografia
Identyfikatory
ISSN
2544-9354
Identyfikator YADDA
bwmeta1.element.desklight-baab426d-0c02-4082-9ec3-8f8164103762
JavaScript jest wyłączony w Twojej przeglądarce internetowej. Włącz go, a następnie odśwież stronę, aby móc w pełni z niej korzystać.