Read and understand medical terms
Tuesday May 14th 2019
– Doors open at 9:45am
East Anglian Childrens Hospice
Starting with the origins of the medical language from Hippocrates to present day, explore the different influences that have shaped the language. How Greek and Latin have played a part in medical and scientific language and continue to do so.
The second part looks at how the terms are constructed using the specific lexical structure of medical language. By learning how to recognise and deconstruct medical terms into their component parts, we can determine their meaning. Using quizzes and discussion to help memorise new words and terms; the workshop is supported by a handbook designed specifically for the workshop, which delegates can keep.
The third part uses a practical exercise to explain the differences between lay and medical terms, helping to embed this information into the delegates working practice. This section also covers drug names and dispensing terms and discussions about terms we regularly use and what they really mean.
In 2 hours I hope to provide a tool to enable delegates to understand any medical term. As with any language, familiarity will help to embed the knowledge, this workshop will start this process and provide useful ways to continue learning.
Tuesday, May 14th 2019
Doors open: 9:45am
Ends: Tuesday, May 14th 2019 at 12:30pm
Bookings close: May 10th 2019
From the A14, take junction 33 for the A10, the follow the signs for Milton on the roundabout. Follow the road down and round past Tesco. Follow the road through the village, then just past the Lion & Lamb PH the road widens and there is a turning on the right into Fen Road. Then turn left in to Church Road and follow the road round through the trees.
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