Learn Medical English Fast for Professionals and Students
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|Section 1: Introduction|
Introducing Myself and the CoursePreview
Part 1: This lecture goes over introductions. How to properly introduce yourself to the patient with various samples.
Part 2: Gathering information from the patient
Part 3: Understanding pain and a helpful mnemonic
|Section 2: Physical Examination, Questions, Common Illnesses|
Part 1: The complete physical examination
Part 2: Questions to ask the patient regarding the different systems (i.e. Cardiovascular)
Part 3: Creating doctor letters about the patient
Part 1: Common illnesses and conditions. Understanding doctors' terms and lay terms with regards to common illnesses and conditions.
Part 2: Instruments and materials found in the hospital environment
Part 3: The patient's room
Part 4: Special clinical tests and procedures
|Section 3: Case Histories|
Part 1: Special clinical tests - we'll go over the terms so they're understandable for you
Part 2: Case Histories: 3 case histories with questions. Questions and answer sheet provided in the last lecture
|Section 4: Writing Application Letters, Resumes and Reference Letters|
Part 1: How to write the application letter for medical professionals and students
Part 2: Writing the reference letter
Part 3: The letter of application
Part 4: Curriculum vitae
|Section 5: The British Health System, Communicating with Patients|
Part 1: The British Health System. The ins and outs of what to expect in the British Healthcare System.
Part 2: Communicating with the patient. What the patient says, what you as a doctor can say. Examples of good communication.
Part 3: Going over colloquialisms - everything from colloquial conversations to colloquial symptoms
Part 4: Medicines - proper pronunciations of medicines
Part 1: We go over the functions of the body via colloquialisms, the senses of the body, etc.
Part 2: We go over doctor-patient talk, gynaecology sample conversations, and more
In this final lecture you'll be given exercise via PDF and answers via PDF too. 3 of the questions pertain to the Case Histories from the Lecture 4
I am a high school English teacher. I graduated from the University of Toronto with an Honorary Bachelor's in Arts in Science, specialising in English. I received my TEFL degree also from the University of Toronto - certifying me to teach English to non-native English speakers. I studied kinesiology and exercise physiology as well at university. Before I went on to become a teacher, I did personal training and IT computer work for private at-home clients. The IT work included web design, video editing, being part of an app design team, and much more. Afterwards I shifted to the education scene where I'm currently an English teacher in a private high school.