Spanish for Emergency Medical Care Providers - CDs
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Practical Medical Spanish for Quick and Confident Communication
ProSpanish Healthcare provides the most convenient, flexible, and complete package for the language needs of nurses, registered nurses, licensed practical nurses, licensed vocational nurses, and home healthcare workers.
The authors, Joanna Rios, Ph.D. and José Fernández Torres, have been teaching medical Spanish for over fifteen years. Their workshops are accredited by the American Medical Association, the American college of Emergency Physicians, the American Association of Family Physicians, and the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners.
- Learn Quickly with this complete step-by-step program
- Build competence in interviewing, examining, and treating Spanish-speaking patients
- Learn key Spanish words and phrases within the context of common medical situations
- Receive up to thirty category 1 AMA CME credits
Included in this package:
Medical Spanish Coursebook for confident communication. Requiring no prior knowledge of Spanish, this program will develop your competence in interviewing, taking medical histories, examining, diagnosing, and treating Spanish-speaking patients, as well as developing a good rapport with them. This book is accompanied by two 75-minute audio CDs, incorporating key vocabulary, phrases, and dialogues that reflect a wide range of common medical situations - everything from the first interview to medication instructions and follow-up.
The Third 75-minute CD zeros in on situations typically encountered by emergency care providers. An accompanying booklet contains the full scripts and English translations of the dialogues.
Continuing Medical Education Tests for CME credit. Ten CME tests, corresponding to the chapters of the coursebook, are approved for a maximum of 30.0 hours in category 1 credit toward the American Medical Association Physician's Recognition Award (additional fee payable). Test accreditation is sponsored by the University of Arizona College of Medicine at the Arizona Health Sciences Center.
Other medical related items: Spanish Medical Dictionary