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Volume 22, Issue 2 - Medical Writing Around the World

Teaching English for Medical Academic Purposes at the Faculty of Medicine in Belgrade, Serbia

Abstract

The Faculty of Medicine in Belgrade, Serbia, has a long tradition of learning and teaching English for Medical Academic Purposes (EMAP). EMAP is considered extremely important for our medical students' academic and professional life. Our EMAP syllabus is based on an integrated approach to the four language skills (reading, listening, speaking, and writing), although writing is emphasised as the most demanding and valuable skill.

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