Computer-Aided Abstract Writing

If it is your first visit, click on "New User", create a pseudo and provide the required information.
Otherwise, just type your pseudo and click on "GO".
Then you can start writing your abstract by choosing phrases from 4 sections (Introduction, Literature review, Method & Materials, Results & Conclusion).
On the "Abstract" page, by clicking on the "Glossary of medical terms" tab, you access an English-French glossary with a search tool in which you can type either French or English words.

Note: The glossary was initially designed for speech and language pathologists but it can be useful to health professionals in general.

Questions about development, interfaces and database may be sent to:
Florence Le Priol, computer scientist, website designer,
Université Paris-Sorbonne, Paris 4,
Pôle des Systèmes d'Information, Maison de la Recherche

Comments, suggestions or problems concerning content may be reported to:
Brigitte Lutrand Pezant, associate professor of English, content designer,
UPMC (Université Pierre et Marie Curie), Paris 6,
EA 4086 HDEA/CSTI, Université Paris-Sorbonne

Director of Research: Professor Marie-Madeleine Martinet, EA 4086 HDEA/CSTI, Université Paris-Sorbonne

To cite this website:
Le Priol, Florence, Lutrand Pezant, Brigitte, 2012, Computer-Aided Abstracts Writing,