Translated Title Group

Container element for all translated and transliterated journal titles.


This element may be repeated, for example, to provide translations in multiple languages.

The language provided by each instance of this element should be indicated using the xml:lang attribute.

In versions prior to 3.0 this element was not available, which meant that the titles and subtitles of multiple translations could not be grouped appropriately by language. This can now be done correctly by grouping each pair in an individual <trans-title-group>. This is one of the very few cases in which documents prior to 3.0 must be updated for 3.0: a trans-title-group must be added.


content-type Type of Content
id Identifier
xml:lang Language

Content Model

<!ELEMENT  trans-title-group
                        %trans-title-group-model;                    >

Expanded Content Model

(trans-title, trans-subtitle*)


The following, in order:

This element may be contained in:

<journal-title-group>, <title-group>


This example shows basic use of a <trans-title>:

<article-id pub-id-type="publisher-id">0002792-200209170-00001</article-id>
<article-title>Quebec's Bill 114</article-title>
<trans-title-group  xml:lang="fr">
<trans-title>La Loi 114 du Qu&eacute;bec</trans-title>
<pub-date pub-type="pub">
<copyright-statement>Copyright &#x00A9; 2001, The Canadian Medical
<p>When 51-year-old Claude Dufresne, experiencing his second myocardial
infarction, arrived ...</p>
<trans-abstract xml:lang="fr">
<p>Claude Dufresne, 51 ans, en proie &agrave; son deuxi&egrave;me
infarctus du myocarde, est arriv&eacute; trop tard de six minutes
&agrave; l&apos;urgence du Centre hospitalier du Centre-de-la-Mauricie,
h&ocirc;pital de 142 lits de Shawinigan- Sud. Les portes de
l&apos;urgence &eacute;taient en effet ferm&eacute;es pour la nuit,
parce qu&apos;aucun des 60 m&eacute;decins de famille ou internistes
de l&apos;h&ocirc;pital n&apos;&eacute;tait disponible pour assurer
le service. M. Dufresne est d&eacute;c&eacute;d&eacute; en chemin
vers la salle d&apos;urgence ouverte la plus pr&egrave;s, &agrave;
quelque 30 minutes de l&agrave;.</p>