Doctor Talk - Made Easy

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AuthorHouse, 2010 - Education - 348 pages
Doctor Talk - Made Easy ESL Version is designed for English as a Second Language learners and focuses on simple explanations and examples. Workbook tasks are included as well as "Notes" areas for the student to translate the new terms into their native language. This allows the student to feel more at ease with the new terms and definitions they are learning and helps as a study tool. The author taught medical terminology to ESL students for several years and clearly understands the needs of the student.

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Structure of the human body
Introduction to medical word analysis
General Medical Vocabulary
The respiratory system
The cardiovascular system CVS 84
The urinary system
The digestive system
The reproductive systems
The musculoskeletal system
The sensory system
The nervous system
Psychiatry and psychology
Answer Key
Glossary of Word Parts

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About the author (2010)

The author has been involved with medical terminology in one way or another for most of her adult life. She excelled at a medical terminology program many years ago and worked as a medical transcriptionist for several years afterwards in a hospital. She then moved on to teaching anatomy, physiology and medical terminology to medical transcription students and did that for many years. Her most recent encounter with teaching was overseas, where she taught medical terminology to students whose first language wasn't English. That was quite the challenge and prompted her to write her first version of Doctor Talk ndash; Made Easy for English as a second language students. Her ability to "keep it simple, stupid" is unparalleled. She chose to write Doctor Talk ndash; Made Easy in order to share the exciting and amazing world of medical terminology with others. The human body is a very interesting and complex machine and the depth to which one could go is endless - and most books do just that...go into endless depth. For the home this book is more than adequate for a good understanding of the human body and the "doctor talk" surrounding it.

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