This course is great for the student who is working towards graduate school and a career in health care or for the current healthcare practitioner looking to refresh their knowledge of medical terminology. This class will go through all of the body systems and most importantly will provide you with resources to help the material stick. I don’t want to bore you with lectures running through words that you can read on your own, I want to provide you with the resources to make sure that you learn the material and can carry it forward in your career.
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Medical Terminology Foundations
This class will go through all of the body systems and most importantly will provide you with resources to help the material stick.
Created by Colin Tempelis
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This course contains:
Table of contents
You will learn
✓ Prefixes, Suffixes, Combining Forms
✓ General medical terms you may encounter in everyday life
✓ Medical terms associated with all body systems
✓ Resources to help you continue learning to get the most out of this class
This course is for
• Prospective Medical Field related students
• Personal trainers wanting to learn more about medical terms