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|Course Name||Course Length||Days||Activities||Location|
|Medical English||Intensive||To suit you||London, Malvern|
English became the common language for spreading medical and scientific knowledge. It continues to be so for doctors, nurses and carers as more and more non-native speakers come to work in hospitals and care homes throughout the UK. In addition, scientific literature, conferences and lectures conveying the latest medical advances and information about new medical technologies all use the medium of English.
In a working situation in hospitals and care homes, doctors, nurses and carers are exposed to local idioms, colloquialisms and often confusing medical abbreviations and jargon making the working day stressful and difficult.
An intensive course with Exclusive English will be personally designed around your specific job requirements and difficulties, but will encompass the following medical English language themes and skills in order that you become more fluent, confident and competent.
Grammar Focus – Using grammar correctly in medical situations, language analysis and error correction
Writing – Reports, emails and letters using scientific terms
Speaking – Public speaking including presenting medical problems to peers and patients and discussion phrases; pronunciation and fluency
Listening – current BBC podcast about health service, medicine and science
Vocabulary – word formation, Greek and Latin terminology, medical abbreviations
If interested, please CLICK HERE to fill out the online form outlining your professional requirements, the
length of course you would like to take and possible dates in 2014. If you have trouble writing english please CLICK HERE for other contact details.