Medical Spanish Course for Nurses
  • Release Date : 04 January 2020
  • Publisher : Unknown
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  • Pages : 146 pages
  • ISBN 13 : 1654281441
  • ISBN 10 : 9781654281441
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Synopsis : Medical Spanish Course for Nurses written by Rachel Smith Bsn, published by Unknown which was released on 04 January 2020. Download Medical Spanish Course for Nurses Books now! Available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. This Medical Spanish Course for Nurses has been taught at the college level since January of 2019. It can be used as a college course, a self-study course, or as an exam preparation course to prepare individuals for the national Spanish for Nurses certification exam found on SCRON.org. Once the textbook is purchased, register for the free online lessons at https: //www.scron.org/register/ and within 24 hours, after verification of purchase, you will be given free access to the online lessons. If you don't receive access within 2 business days, please email contact@scron.org with your name and the date of your purchase, and you will be verified and given access to the online lessons.How Long Does it Take to Complete?On average, it takes individuals 3-5 hours per week for 15 weeks to complete the Spanish for Nurses course.What Level of Spanish is Needed to Take the Course?The course has been created for currently active Nurses as well as those studying to be nurses with little to no knowledge of Spanish. However, individuals who have taken a year or two of Spanish in High School or College will still greatly benefit from the course.How Many Words and Phrases Will I Learn?There are over 350 words and phrases that are contained in the following sections of the medical Spanish for Nurses course: (1) Greetings (2 Chapters)(2) Negotiating a Conversation (1 Chapter)(3) Common Nurse Phrases (2 Chapters)(4) What is Your Name? (1 Chapter)(5) Do you speak English? (2 Chapters)(6) Basic Anatomy and Key Phrases (7 Chapters)(7) Where are you from? (2 Chapters)(8) Medical Verbs and Conversations (6 Chapters)(9) Medical Assessment (2 Chapters)(10) Final Review (1 Chapter)Be sure to "Look Inside" at the left of this product page to learn more about each chapter.How Does the Certification Course Work?There are 150 possible questions on the certification course. The course randomly chooses 100 of the 150 questions. The order, of the questions and answers, is changed every time and it is a timed test. There is not enough time given for learners to look up the questions. They have to know them well before taking the exam or they will not pass. The certification exam costs $100, but the exam prep course is free with the purchase of this textbook (see above). In the exam prep lessons, a practice exam can be taken unlimited times to prepare for the final exam.The Theories Behind the CourseThis course was designed based on many pedagogical (learning) and neuroscience (brain science) theories that the author studied in-depth during his Master's degree in Language Pedagogy and throughout his career as Director of the U.S. Institute of Languages. Negotiating a ConversationThe approach this course uses recognizes that it takes new Spanish speakers years to become fluent. However, if a nurse learns the medical vocabulary and strategies to properly negotiate a conversation, (s)he can learn to work through virtually any situation in a relatively short period of time. For example, if a patient says something a nurse doesn't understand, the nurse can ask them to repeat it or say it slower. If a nurse doesn't know how to say something, (s)he can point to it and ask ¿Cómo se dice? (How do you say that.) These and many other techniques that are taught to help a nurse work through new situations.Use of TechnologyThe use of technology can be very helpful to get through tricky situations. However, if a nurse only uses technology, this provides a poor patient experience and demonstrates poor bedside manner. Also, if only technology is used, body language and gestures are missed and the meaning can be misinterpreted. It is recommended that the nurse continue learning as much as possible using this course and software, then use technology to fill in the gap. Learn More about the AuthorsTake a "Look Inside" the textbook (at the left) to learn more.

Medical Spanish for Nurses

Medical Spanish for Nurses

Author : Dr. Soledad Traverso, PhD,Dr. Laurie Urraro, PhD,Dr. Patty Pasky McMahon, PhD, CRNP
Publisher : Springer Publishing Company
Category : Medical
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