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medical english for doctors

Medical English for Doctors 2

400,00 
  • 24 teaching units
  • 12 weekly lessons
  • 90 minutes
  • Format: Group (3-8)
  • Place: Online
  • ZENITH lingo Language Academy
    Course start: 2023-05-05
  • ZENITH lingo Language Academy
    Course end: 2023-07-28
  • ZENITH lingo Language Academy
    Registration end: 2023-04-25
Course ID: MEDo_1-1
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Weekly:
2 units (90 minutes) / 4 units (180 minutes) / 6 units (270 minutes) / 8 units (360 minutes) / 10 units (450 minutes) / 12 units (540 minutes)

Semi-intensive:
25 units (1.125 minutes) distributed to 5 half-day lessons, 5 units (225 minutes) per day

Intensive:
24 units (1.080 minutes) distributed to 3 full-day lessons, 8 units (360 minutes) per day

1. Course description

Nowadays, the need for English as a professional language in Medicine is growing more than ever. Although the language of Medicine is universal mainly, difficulties emerge when medical professionals face English-speaking patients or consult with English-speaking colleagues. Besides, scientific literature in Medicine is more diverse in English than in any other language. No doubt, there is an overriding necessity for medical professionals to master not only General English but also Medical English.

The Medical English program at ZENITH lingo is designed to help healthcare professionals and students improve their English language skills in various medical contexts. Our courses address the specific needs of non-native speakers working in Medicine or attending medical education institutes.

Certificate

Upon successful completion of the Medical English for Doctors 2 course, learners will be awarded a Certificate of Completion. Those who demonstrate active participation in at least 85% of the classes and achieve a score of 90% or higher on course assessments will be eligible to receive a Certificate of Achievement. These certificates serve as recognition of the student’s dedication and accomplishment in the course.

2. What you will learn

A ‘’second step’’ in improving Medical English at ZENITH lingo, this course covers aspects of Medicine essential to all medical professionals, regardless of their specializations. The course material will give learners a solid foundation in effective communication with English-speaking patients and colleagues in international healthcare settings. Learning focuses on the human body, taking a patient history, examining patients, and making diagnoses and treatments.

3. Who is this course for?

  • doctors
  • health practitioners
  • nurses

4. Course program

Lesson 1

Reading and Speaking: Asking patients about health

Vocabulary and Practice: Common vocabulary of health and illness

Grammar: Past continuous

Lesson 2

Reading and Speaking: Health and illness

Vocabulary and Practice: Common adjectives used in Medicine

Grammar: Past simple vs. Past continuous

Lesson 3

Reading and Speaking: Chronic and acute illnesses

Vocabulary and Practice: Common verbs used in Medicine 1

Grammar: Present Perfect Continuous

Lesson 4

Reading and Speaking: Infectious diseases

Vocabulary and Practice: Infections

Grammar: Used to + verb

Lesson 5

Reading and Speaking: Physical Examination and Taking Medical History 1

Vocabulary and Practice: Communicating with patients

Grammar: Will future

Lesson 6

Reading and Speaking: Physical Examination and Taking Medical History 2

Vocabulary and Practice: Describing pain

Grammar: Talking about future: going to + verb

Lesson 7

Reading and Speaking: Laboratory tests

Vocabulary and Practice: Describing results of laboratory tests to patients

Grammar: Talking about future: present continuous as future

Lesson 8

Reading and Speaking: Emergency medicine

Vocabulary and Practice: Common verbs used in Medicine 2

Grammar: All, every and whole

Lesson 9

Reading and Speaking: Sport medicine

Vocabulary and Practice: Common nouns in Medicine

Grammar: some and any

Lesson 10

Reading and Speaking: Geriatrics

Vocabulary and Practice: Two-word expressions

Grammar: much, many, little, few, a lot, plenty

Lesson 11

Reading and Speaking: Radiology

Vocabulary and Practice: X-ray and CAT

Grammar: all, all of, most, most of, no, none of

Lesson 12

Reading and Speaking: Diabetes

Vocabulary and Practice: Phrasal verbs

Grammar: Both, neither, either

Lesson 1

Reading and Speaking: Asking patients about health

Vocabulary and Practice: Common vocabulary of health and illness

Grammar: Past continuous

Lesson 2

Reading and Speaking: Health and illness

Vocabulary and Practice: Common adjectives used in Medicine

Grammar: Past simple vs. Past continuous

Lesson 3

Reading and Speaking: Chronic and acute illnesses

Vocabulary and Practice: Common verbs used in Medicine 1

Grammar: Present Perfect Continuous

Lesson 4

Reading and Speaking: Infectious diseases

Vocabulary and Practice: Infections

Grammar: Used to + verb

Lesson 5

Reading and Speaking: Physical Examination and Taking Medical History 1

Vocabulary and Practice: Communicating with patients

Grammar: Will future

Lesson 6

Reading and Speaking: Physical Examination and Taking Medical History 2

Vocabulary and Practice: Describing pain

Grammar: Talking about future: going to + verb

Lesson 7

Reading and Speaking: Laboratory tests

Vocabulary and Practice: Describing results of laboratory tests to patients

Grammar: Talking about future: present continuous as future

Lesson 8

Reading and Speaking: Emergency medicine

Vocabulary and Practice: Common verbs used in Medicine 2

Grammar: All, every and whole

Lesson 9

Reading and Speaking: Sport medicine

Vocabulary and Practice: Common nouns in Medicine

Grammar: some and any

Lesson 10

Reading and Speaking: Geriatrics

Vocabulary and Practice: Two-word expressions

Grammar: much, many, little, few, a lot, plenty

Lesson 11

Reading and Speaking: Radiology

Vocabulary and Practice: X-ray and CAT

Grammar: all, all of, most, most of, no, none of

Lesson 12

Reading and Speaking: Diabetes

Vocabulary and Practice: Phrasal verbs

Grammar: Both, neither, either

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FAQ

What is a language course?
A language course at ZENITH lingo is a set of language lessons designed to assist or guide customers to improve their communication skills in a particular language.
What is a lesson?
Time spent with a language teacher to learn a language is a lesson which consist of teaching units.
What is a unit or teaching unit?
A unit or teaching unit is 45 minutes.
What is the minimum number of teaching units per lesson?
Minimum number of teaching units per lesson is two (2 x 45 minutes) or 90 minutes. Maximum number of teaching units per lesson is eight (8 x 45 minutes) or 360 minutes.
Can I book only one unit per lesson?
Unfortunately, currently we cannot offer only one-unit lesson to our clients.
What is the minimum number of lessons per course?
In group courses, we have determined number of lessons per course.
What equipment do I need to study English online with ZENITH lingo?
We recommend using a laptop or desktop computer as it makes it easier to follow our digital coursebooks. However, you can join online classes simply with your smart phone. We are currently using Zoom for our video lessons, so it is best if you download the Zoom software.

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