Medical Terminology

Introduces the student to a large vocabulary of medical language and develops skills in understanding and remembering new words.

Description

Describe word origins, pronunciations, and definitions and provides examples of how the terms are used. Also includes a basic knowledge of anatomy and terms pertaining to each body system and many frequently used medical abbreviations. Twelve-week course (48 hours)

objectives

In the medical terminology course, you will be introduced to a large vocabulary of medical language that can be used in a variety of medical careers. You will also learn and develop new skills in understanding and retention of new words.

schedule

The course will describe the word’s origins, correct pronunciations, and definitions. You will also be provided with examples of the use of the terms. You will also be instructed in basic anatomy and terms pertaining to each body system. Training will include many frequently used abbreviations for medical terminology.

 

The course is 12 weeks (48 hours).

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Medical Terminology

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