Make the most of the new year…
… to plan your writing project! The year may have only just begun, but it is never too early to bring your writing, editing or medical translation project to fruition. Our team is here to help you
Make the most of the new year…
At Cremer Consulting, we know what a physician’s day to day is like. So we’re well aware of the tremendous paperwork you have to deal with!
The Tomi Ungerer Museum of Strasbourg
"So now I live to see a museum created in my honour. To be able to thus share the fruits of my pleasures and pains with the public…it’s a little like a striptease.” So announced Strasbourg artist Tomi Ungerer in 2007 when his museum opened in the French city.
Tomi Ungerer, Strasbourg’s highly renowned illustrator, passed away February 9 2019 in Ireland, where he had lived his later years. We would like to take this opportunity to urge you to visit the Tomi Ungerer museum, labelled the international centre of illustration, located in the artist’s birth city of Strasbourg (2 avenue de la Marseillaise). Since the sad news was announced, red roses have appeared adding to the museum’s exterior, welcoming visitors and paying homage to the creator.
Situated a stone’s throw from the river, part way between the national opera and Strasbourg national theatre, the museum is charmingly unassuming in size, measuring just 800m2 of exhibition space. The building is an old 19th-century manor house that has been beautifully restored, holding over 11,000 drawings, as well as sculptures and toys collected by Tomi Ungerer, along with his sometimes less-than-innocent machines.
The museum was near unique in its being created while the artist was still among us, something that Thérèse Willer, Doctor of art history, particularly treasured. Charged with managing the gigantic collection since 1992, she was thus fortunate to have her work enriched by the artist himself, who made a habit of dropping in whenever he was in Strasbourg.
If you are thinking about visiting the museum yourself this March 2019, send us your entry ticket and you will get a special added bonus!
Felicitations to the Hemophilia Treatment Center in Brussels WELL DONE!
Our warmest congratulations to the Brussels center for hemophilia treatment in Belgium for being awarded the "2018 Hemophilia Treatment Centre Twinning Award" from the World Hemophilia Federation.
The twinning program of the World Hemophilia Federation (WHF) establishes links between different organizations and treatment centers for hemophilia between first and second-world countries, leading to improvement in the diagnosis and treatment of people with hemophilia in many countries around the world.
This award is in recognition of the 5-year collaboration between the Brussels hemophilia treatment center and that of the Yopougon University Hospital in Abidjan, Ivory Coast. The WHF was especially impressed by the range of activities undertaken during this collaboration in the year 2018, notably including:
– organizing seven educational sessions with the participation of 77 patients and 42 carriers;- assessing the quality of life of child sufferers and their parents;
– conducting an interdisciplinary visit with the medical team offering complete joint health assessment of all present patients suffering from hemophilia;
– developing tools for physiotherapy training, where culturally acceptable;
– implementing regular dental healthcare programs as well as low-dose prophylaxis for young boys.
We wish to express our congratulations to all members of the team: Catherine Lambert, Sébastien Lobet, Cédric Hermans, Stéphane Eeckhoudt, N’dogomo Méité, Cliniques universitaires Saint-Luc, and the entire team at Yopougon CHU in Abidjan!
Turning your thesis into high-impact publications
While a thesis and publication include similar sections, such as a title, abstract, result, and discussion section, it is impossible to directly publish your unaltered thesis as a research paper in a high-impact journal.
Turning your thesis into a scientific publication for a high-impact journal entails much more than simple copy-pasting. To start with, a publication text is generally much shorter than that a thesis. A thesis may span hundreds of pages, whereas a scientific publication is usually limited to 3500 – 4000 words.
The introduction of a thesis is there primarily to show that you are familiar with the relevant literature, whereas the introduction of a research paper is much shorter and is meant to set the stage for the research results you are about to present.
While the results section of your thesis will include all of your research data, the result section of a publication is much shorter. It is exclusively limited to the data you need to support your research hypothesis. As a matter of fact, a thesis may include the results for several scientific papers. Our in-house expert teams will lend you a helping hand, turning your thesis into one or more scientific publications designed for high-impact journals.