Is this course for you?
Prepare, Publish, Present is a course for non-native English speakers who want to get their research results published in internationally recognized medical journals in English, and those who want to confidently present their research at scientific conferences, either as a scientific poster or as an audio-visual presentation to an audience of their peers.
If you are involved in scientific research as a medical or a health care practitioner, a professor, an assistant professor, a post graduate, graduate or undergraduate student of the medical sciences, and English is not your first language, this course is for you.
What level of English do you need to have? (Prerequisites)
To be able to benefit fully from this course however, you need to be able to demonstrate at least a B1 English level according to CEFR or Intermediate level of English. https://www.coe.int/en/web/common-european-framework-reference-languages/the-cefr-descriptors
What will you take from this course? (Learning Outcomes)
By following the instructional videos and practical exercises in the Core course you will be able to :
- Identify and distinguish the body directions, planes and orientation;
- Give patient movement instructions during a physical exam;
- Ask about, differentiate and use expressions to describe pain and discomfort;
- Perform a patient interview and take their history;
- Direct patients to and discuss laboratory tests and results;
- Deliberate about diagnoses and comment on images taken;
- Name and outline the use of most common Emergent care and clinical equipment and point to the usual personnel;
- Converse on the topics of Public care – Epidemiology, Immunology and Tropical diseases;
- Recognize general pharmacy and pharmacology related terminology
What actions are expected of you?
The course consists of two modules – a Core and Specialties module. Studying the lessons involves various activities, such as – watching videos, listening to recordings, reading short texts, answering questions, reviewing previously learned material, completing matching exercises, solving puzzles, following tutorials, unscrambling texts, taking quizzes and playing all kinds of educational games designed to aid you in your learning process.
How much time do you need to complete each lesson?
Each lesson is designed to take about 30 minutes of your time.
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