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Non clinicians need not feel daunted by the complexity of language used in primary care - this one day course covers everything you need to know by taking you on a tour of all the main body systems. The starting point is in understanding the building blocks to medical terminology and how the words are created. Then get to grips with the anatomy and physiology to make it all fall into place.
This workshop is designed to give delegates an insight and understanding into the terminology that may be encountered in a practice environment. The course covers the basic anatomy and physiology of the systems. Delegates will be able to build up medical words using word roots, suffixes and prefixes relating to these systems, giving the flexibility to extend their knowledge.
"I have studied A level biology so knew a lot of the words but it has been enlightening. Very well delivered and Lucy was good at engaging us."
Liz Pearce, Windscor House Group Practice
"Really great trainer who knows her stuff - Thank you!"
Janette Barr, Sunfield Medical Centre
"Trainer was excellent + really engaged us all. Very thorough."
Crystal Short, The Docs Surgery
"Found the whole course informative and useful. Trainer was excellent, clear and thorough and made you feel at ease. Very enabling."
Pauline Daniels, Haughton Thornley Medical Centre
"Very Helpful. Has boosted my confidence as admin support. Clearer understanding of patient correspondence / procedures"
Sharon Wilson, Parks Medical Practice
"I have thoroughly enjoyed today and have learnt a lot of useful information and understanding. The exercises were very good."
Amy Gould, Edington Surgery
"The trainer was excellent and very highly skilled.The course was engaging, informative and presented to a very high standard - with humour."
Karen Ogden, Hill Top Medical Centre