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Our course has been tried and tested and is used by members of staff within the NHS.
What you’ll learn
You will learn the most commonly used medical terminology.
You’ll discover how words are structured.
You’ll learn what the different parts of each word mean and where each word comes from.
You’ll be able to recall words and recognise them within real word scenarios.
You don’t need any prior knowledge to begin this course. There are no specific pre-requisites required.
WHAT IS MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY?Medical terminology is the language used to describe components and processes of the human body, medical procedures, diseases, disorders, and pharmacology. When working in healthcare a firm grasp of medical terminology is essential knowledge to be successful in your role. Whether you work in a clinical or non-clinical role, it is important to be able to use medical terminology to understand what is being read, written, coded, or communicated during your working day. WHO IS IT FOR?This course is ideal for people working in Primary or Secondary care in an administrative or managerial role. It gives you a solid grounding in current UK medical terminology. Medical Terminology is available as an in-company course, for GP practices via local CCGs / PCNs and available for individual’s to self-study via distance learning. There are no specific pre-requisites required. This course is offered as a standalone course and to support those on our NHS Team Leader / Reception Manager / Admin Manager courses at Level 2 and 3. Please contact us for more details of these programmes, for prices and course samples.LEARNING OUTCOMESIn this course we will look at:The structure and meaning of medical word parts The meaning of medical terminology relating to the human body Medical terminology relating to a range of medical specialities The meaning of pharmaceutical abbreviations
Section 1: The structure and meaning of medical word parts.
Lecture 1 Introduction to Medical Terminology
Lecture 2 Root or Stem?
Lecture 3 Prefixes
Lecture 4 Suffixes
Lecture 5 Plural Forms
Section 2: The meaning of medical terminology relating to the human body.
Lecture 6 Anatomical Terminology
Lecture 7 Medical Terms for Major Body Parts
Lecture 8 Organ Systems of the Body
Lecture 9 Medical Terms for Diseases and Disorders
Lecture 10 Common Medical Abbreviations
Section 3: The meaning of medical terminology relating to the medical specialities.
Lecture 11 What are Medical Specialties?
Lecture 12 An A to Z of Medical Specialties
Section 4: The meaning of pharmaceutical abbreviations
Lecture 13 The British National Formulary
Lecture 14 Common Pharmaceutical Abbreviations
This course is ideal for people working in Primary or Secondary care in an administrative or LEARNING OUTCOMES COURSE CONTENT In this course we will look at 1 MEDICAL Structure of medical terms Prescribed prefixes, roots and suffixes Terminology of prescribed body structures and systems Pathology and x-ray investigations and procedures Pharmaceutical abbreviations Medical specialities Diseases, conditions, clinical procedures and investigations Over 3 hours of content HOW YOU’LL LEARN COURSE DURATION Leave the text books behind and join us online on the Crescente Cloud. On the Crescente Cloud you’ll find our Medical Terminology course. The course has been crafted into a video series. Throughout the series you’ll be quizzed on you’re knowledge, this is to help retention and maximise learning. Copyright © 2022 Crescente Ltd. All rights reserved. 2 ENROL NOW Start today as an individual or as a team. managerial role. It gives you a solid grounding in current UK medical terminology. Medical Terminology is available as an in-company course, for GP practices via local CCGs / PCNs and available for individual’s to self-study via distance learning.