Medical terminology is the language healthcare professionals use to describe symptoms, diagnoses, and medical procedures. For those employed in the healthcare industry, medical terminology is used daily. If you’re not in the healthcare industry, it is still extremely helpful to have a grasp on medical terminology. Have you ever visited your doctor and left feeling
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Continuing Education Credits (CECs), also known as Continuing Education Units (CEUs) and professional development, are necessary for different professions to maintain a specific level of expertise. Some of the professions that need CECs to maintain their certification are doctors, nurses, real estate agents, engineers, and lawyers. Depending on the profession, a designated amount of hours
Learning the language of medicine is like learning any other; you need to read it, write it, and SPEAK it…at least, that’s my take on it.
When you learn a language like Russian or Japanese or Spanish, you are taught to read it and write it, as we are taught to do with our medical language too. However, you also immerse yourself in it and you speak it a lot; you’re encouraged to talk the new language whenever you can and say “hello” and “goodbye” and “what’s your name?” in the new language, right? You are encouraged to “wrap your tongue” around that unfamiliar language just as quickly as possible and as often as possible right from the start.