Escribiendo para Student BMJ lorsque votre premier langue ist nicht Englisch
Student BMJ is read and written by international medical students. But writing in a language that may not be your first is understandably difficult. Here, two of our non-native English speaking student advisers, Jasmin Arrich and Adrián González Aguirre, give some advice on how they do it and persuade you that it is possible
- By: Jasmin Arrich, Adrián González Aguirre
You are a medical student from a non-English speaking background and have always wanted to write for other students. Maybe you have already written but never thought you could do it in English because it is not your first language. This makes you the perfect candidate to write for Student BMJ.
Student BMJ is an international medical students' journal that has a huge audience around the world. Articles by medical students from different countries are published regularly, but the editors, student advisers, and readers would like more articles from international authors. Writing for students with so many different cultural backgrounds is exciting.
Any theme that will interest international medical students is suitable. The type of subject can range from local news from your own medical school to matters of global importance, from thoughts you want to share with others to your experience of your elective abroad. Author's guidelines give you