Digital Remix Research Project: Medical + English = Clinical

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1. For our project, our shared major is biology/psychology.

2. Our project premise thesis is that medicine interplays with english speaking and language skills on an everyday scientific level, in terms of medical journals, clinical assessments, treatment plans, and laboratory observations.

3. Questions that we have for ourselves is what is the format of a medical journal? What kind of credibility, research, or clinical proof such as facts and figures does it take to get a medical journal published? What questions contribute to a patient's clinical assessment? What does a treatment plan look like? What are the different components of a treatment plan? How do the lab writing components of a lab in school help enhance your experimental work?

4. We plan to create a tumblr based blog with a grid theme that showcases sample medical journals, sample treatment plans, sample sample clinical assessments/notes and laboratory writing components.

5. Each grid would be a different part of the main question we are trying to answer, which is "How does medicine interplay with english speaking and language skills on an everyday scientific level, in terms of medical journals, clinical assessments, treatment plans, and laboratory observations?" We would put up examples and also our entire writing project process.

6. Images that we could add to our writing are pictures of actual clinical writing and sample student work from St. John's campus.

7. Lab reports and upper extremity sciences such as hard sciences are something we may look into. Interviewing faculty or doctors that have experience with writing in science and how to go about it is something I want to touch on.

8. Some forums that we can use are PubMed, National Library of Medicine.

9. Sample current journal article on Ebola in Sierra Leone (shows the breakdown of the journal article with the different sections) http://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJMoa1411680?query=featured_home#t=abstract