Inglés para Medicina – Semi Presencial

Inglés para medicina – Semi Presencial

Inglés para medicina, curso semi presencial

TALLER DE INGLÉS ORIENTADO A MEDICINA

  • Level: B2/ C1
  • Entry Requirementes: Ninguno
  • Course Type: Semi presencial
  • Price: 148 euros
  • On-site classes: Próximamente nuevas fechas
  • Hours: 16 h presenciales, 8 h tutoría “en directo”, 20 módulos online.
  • Certification: Idiomas Complutense
  • Credits: n/a
  • Registration: 6 de Marzo al 25 de Marzo
  • Coordinators: Richard Griffiths, Amy Wallace, Silvia Girimonti
    richgrif@ucm.es

COURSE OUTLINE

This course is a specially prepared blended English course for students studying medicine or doctors working in hospitals / private practice / institutions.
There are 20 modules (see below) and these are supported by four classroom sessions of 4 hours each. There are also ‘live tutorials’ in addition to the continued support of the teacher / tutor throughout the course.
Students have access to the online material for 6 months so they can access extra material even when the classes have finished.


OBJECTIVES

The course is designed to help the participants practise reading / listening / writing / speaking within the context of medical work. There are vocabulary exercises also, plus written and speaking tasks assigned by the teacher.

A B2 level is the recommended minimum level to take full advantage of the course but the principal idea is to acquire and apply knowledge to be able to use English ‘within a medical context’.


COURSE CONTENT

  • PART A: GENERAL MEDICINE
    • Module 1 – Getting Around The Hospital
      • Getting to Know Hospital Staff
      • Seeing the Departments
      • Getting to Know Your Way around the Hospital
      • Learning about the Healthcare System
    • Module 2 – At the Medical School
      • Presenting a Case
      • Presenting Data
      • Basic Anatomy
      • Epidemiology
      • Medical ethics
    • Module 3 – In the ER: Medical History
      • Personal Details
      • Past Medical History
      • Past Drug History
      • A Review Of Systems
    • Module 4 – In the ER: Physical Exam
      • Taking Vital Signs
      • Mental State Examination
      • Explaining a Diagnosis
      • Giving Bad News
      • Making a Referral
    • Module 5 – On the Surgical Ward
      • The Operating Theatre
      • Equipment
      • Operating Procedures
      • Assisting During Surgery
    • Module 6 – Procedures and Tests
      • Taking Blood
      • Urine Tests
      • Other Samples
      • ECG
      • EEG
      • Chest X-ray: CT Scan
      • Ultrasound: MRI
      • Endoscopy: Colonoscopy
      • Mammography: Thermography
    • Module 7 – At the Pharmacy
      • Writing and Reading Presciptions
      • Giving Instructions to the User
      • Recommending Over-the-Counter Remedies
  • PART B: SPECIALITIES
    • Module 8 – Cardiology
      • Coronary Bypass
      • Dilated and Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy
      • Valvular Heart Disease: Endocarditis
      • TOF (Tetralogy of Fallot)
      • VSD (Ventricular Septal Defect
      • Systolic Dysfunction: Anticoagulation
    • Module 9 – Dentistry
      • Dental Checkup
      • Dental Surgery and Procedures
      • The Dental Hygienist / Orthodontist / Periodondist
    • Module 10 – Dermatology and Plastic Surgery
      • Contact and Atopic Dermatitis
      • Acne: Psoriasis
      • Skin Cancer
      • Warts
      • Laceration and Burn Reconstruction
      • Unilateral Cleft Lip and Palate
    • Module 11 – ENT
      • Recurrent Ear Infections: Foreign Bodies
      • Sleep Apnea
      • Swollen Lymph Nodes : A Lump Biopsy
      • Sensorineural and Conductive Hearing Loss
    • Module 12 – Gynecology and Obstetrics
      • Annuall Checkups
      • Fibroids
      • Menopause
      • Cervical Cancer
      • Pregnancy: Exam and Advice
      • Pregnancy Problems
      • Caesarean Sections
      • Post-Partum Checkup
    • Module 13 – Internal Medicine
      • Kidney Stones: Gallstones
      • IBS: Crohn’s Disease
      • Parasitic Malaria: Bacterial Dysentry
      • Bronchopneumonia: Emphysema
    • Module 14 – Neurology
      • Migraines
      • Epilepsy
      • Stroke
      • Multiple Sclerosis
    • Module 15 – Oncology
      • Lung Cancer : Diagnosis and Treatment
      • Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia
      • Treatment of Leukemia
    • Module 16 – Ophthalmology
      • Lacerations: Contusions
      • Macular Degeneration: Diabetic Retinopathy
      • An Eye Exam: Glaucoma
      • Cataract Surgery
    • Module 17 – Orthopedics
      • Cervical and Lumbar Pain
      • Tibia and Femur Fractures
      • Hip and Knee Replacements
      • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome: Tennis Elbow
    • Module 18 – Pediatrics
      • The Well Baby Clinic: Immunizations
      • Communicable Diseases: Anorexia
      • Neonatal Intensive Care
      • Emergency Calls
      • Fever and Choking
    • Module 19 – Psychiatry
      • Depression: Antidepressants: CBT
      • Explaining OCD and Treatment Options
      • Schizophrenia: Relapse and Daily Life
      • Suicide Attempt: Involuntary Hospitalization
    • Module 20 – Radiology
      • Percutaneous Needle Biopsy
      • Chemoembolization
      • Musculoskeletal Disorders

ASSESSMENT

Continuous Assessment with course teacher


MATERIAL

20 module online course + materials provided by the course teacher

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