InterActive Medical Terminology - the easy way to learn the language of medicine
Check out this site dedicated to understanding medical terminology using simple interactive exercises. Try the free exercises and this month's free sections on medical terms associated with the digestive system. If you like the style of learning enrol on our cost-effective interactive course, the cheapest and quickest way to learn medical terminology online using British or American English.
Suitable for premedical students, nursing students, medical secretaries, transcriptionists, and allied health students, in fact anyone with an interest in the language of medicine or medical education. If you are about to go to medical school or nursing college be one step ahead and impress your new tutors. If you are a nurse, medical secretary or allied health student learning English, studying our distance learning course will enhance your listening, writing and spelling skills. Now widely used for general practice (GP) staff training.
Invaluable revision for all health care courses including: City & Guilds (AMSPAR) Certificate in Medical Terminology at Levels 2 and 3, CMA / AAMA (American Association of Medical Assistants) Medical Terminology Exam, SQA Medical Terminology, NHS training courses and medical secretary training courses.
The self-teaching, interactive course is based on An Introduction to Medical Terminology for Health Care and Pocket Medical Terminology by Andrew R Hutton produced in Edinburgh by Elsevier Ltd. All twenty-six units are available using either American English or British English medical terms. Each unit contains interactive exercises that enable you to learn and practise: word analysis, matching words and definitions, dictation, spelling and building medical words using prefixes, suffixes and combining forms of roots. You can test your knowledge using flashcards and self-assessment exercises at the end of each unit and there is an optional course exam.
Built into each unit are clear, simple anatomical diagrams and moving animations to enhance your understanding of the anatomy and physiology of the human body; these enable you to relate medical terms to the human body.
Here are a few of our diagrams and animations in action:
Try the free medical terminology exercises before you buy this open learning course
Buy the online Interactive Medical Terminology Course
Contact: Andy Hutton for further information