Office: Dunes/Med Prof 2155
Online Course Offered:
On completion of this course the student will be able to recognize, define, spell, and pronounce basic key medical terms as they relate to the diagnosis, pathology, and treatment of selected major body systems.
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Through powerpoints and corresponding textbook material, assignments, review exercises, audiovisual presentations, and supplemental learning experiences (flash cards, practice disk) the learner will:
1) Determine the role of prefixes, combining forms, and suffixes in constructing medical terms.
2) Acquire an understanding of medical terms by analyzing word meanings utilizing guidelines outlined in the text.
3) Identify assigned body systems including their major functions, components, and combining forms of each.
4) Increase their medical vocabulary in order to provide a foundation for entry into a health care field.
5) Distinguish and translate commonly used abbreviations of the medical language.
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Course activities will include:
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Instructor: Sue Woods
Office: Dunes/Med Prof Rm 2155
Phone: (219) 981-5682