May 292021
 

A Contextual and Word-Building Approach! Harness the power of context in your medical terminology course! Developed by dynamic clinical expert Melodie Hull, a trained professional in language methodology, this comprehensive text combines the latest techniques in language development to build your command of the language of medicine. A dramatic clinical scenario, based on the real world of hospital and medical office environments, becomes the engine that introduces you to medical language in context. Learn crucial terms and commonly used words and phrases as you follow each patient through assessment, treatment, and recovery/rehabilitation. Reinforce what you’ve learned with a proven word-building approach and helpful exercises to enhance your skills. Listen to Melodie Hull talk (mp3) about her book, including why she wrote it and how it provides learners the practice, skills and knowledge needed to become fluent medical language speakers and users. Want to learn even more about Medical Language? Listen to this detailed walkthrough of Chapter 5 (mp3; 10 minutes), also from the author, Melodie Hull. Online. Interactive. Progressive. The Medical Language Lab is the new, interactive, online program that ensures your students master the language of medicine. Based on proven language methodology, it guides your students step by step from basic through advanced levels of proficiency to become confident medical language speakers. A special code in the front of the book unlocks The MLL for you and your students. Use it with your current learning management system or with its integrated grade book. Customize it to meet the needs of your course. Want to learn more? Explore all the Medical Language Lab has to offer through this video series. Instructors – request preview access and explore Medical Language Lab using this step-by-step walkthrough.

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