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English for Medicine

English is the language of the international medical community.

About the program

The program English for medicine will not only improve your general level of English but will also improve your knowledge in the field of human biology, medical science, nursing, formal report writing and much more.

By the end of the course, you will be better able to communicate effectively with medical colleagues from around the world.

Note

The programme runs for 8 weeks and students can join individual modules on the given dates.

Includes

20 lessons of General English + 10 lessons of English for medicine

requirements

Minimum English level: Intermediate

Available in

London, UK
Cambridge, UK
Toronto, Canada and,
Auckland, New Zealand.

Start dates | July and August

MODULE 1: General practice
MODULE 2: Primary care
MODULE 3: Family health
MODULE 4: Instructions and Giving directions
MODULE 5: Medication and Pharmacology
MODULE 6: Acute Care and Terminal illness
MODULE 7: Mental Health and Listening to the patient
MODULE 8: Medicine in a modern world

Start dates | September and October

MODULE 1: General practice
MODULE 2: Primary care
MODULE 3: Family health
MODULE 4: Instructions and Giving directions
MODULE 5: Medication and Pharmacology
MODULE 6: Acute Care and Terminal illness
MODULE 7: Mental Health and Listening to the patient
MODULE 8: Medicine in a modern world

Curriculum

General practice

Presenting complaints
Working in general practice
What is Medicine?
Education and Training
Communicating with staff

Primary care

Lifestyle
Communication
Clinical setting: primary care
Communicating with patients

Family health

Parents and young children
Non-clinical setting: public health
Challenges
Nursing

Instructions and Giving directions

Instructions and procedures
Explaining and reassuring
Basic principles in medicine
Diabetes
OB/GYN

Medication and Pharmacology

Dealing with medicine
Biology, Biochemistry and, Pharmacology
Cancer
Heart disease

Acute care and Terminal illness

Terminal Illness and dying
Clinical Setting: acute care
Chronic vs. acute illness
Infections

Mental health and Listening to the patient

Psychiatry
Evidence-based medicine
Describing Pain
Traumatic injuries

Medicine in a modern world

Working in a team
Diversity at work
The future of medicine
Neurology
Surgery

Price varies from student nationality, program location and total weeks of study.

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