Medical Terminology for Interpreters: Anatomy and Physiology for Interpreters Part 1
SKU#: 49 Anatomy and Physiology 1
Special Price$60.00Regular Price$70.00
A clear, simple overview of anatomy and physiology designed to strengthen interpreters’ medical understanding and accuracy. Part 1 focuses on five body systems: the integumentary, musculoskeletal, circulatory, respiratory and nervous systems.
Course completion requirements: Pass one exit test (score of 70% or above).
Certificate: Downloadable certificate available immediately upon passing the exit test.
Certification Commission for Healthcare Interpreters (CCHI): 3 CCHI CE hours
International Medical Interpreters Association: 0.3 IMIA/NBCMI CEUs
Maryland Court Interpreter Program: 3 CE credits
Pennsylvania Interpreter Certification Program (ICP): 3 CEUs
Ontario Council on Community Interpreting: 3 OCCI PDUs
After completing this course, you will be able to:
Define anatomy and physiology and name the main organs and functions of five human body systems.
Interpret basic terms for body parts, functions, common diseases and conditions related to those five body systems.
What you will get:
Your video instructor: Sylvana Fernández-Ellauri, MD (Uruguay), CMI, Spanish
A step-by-step introduction to anatomy and physiology, with videos, audio, visually engaging materials and easy-to-understand diagrams
14 interactive exercises, activities and quizzes designed to enhance interpreters’ medical understanding of anatomy and physiology
A workbook of 24 pages written by your host (a doctor and certified interpreter): The Human Body, Its Diseases and Conditions: A Review Workbook of Basic Anatomy and Physiology for Medical Interpreters.
About 30 anatomical diagrams
One handbook in ebook format: Medical Terminology for Interpreters
All course material reviewed by an MD and Certified Medical Interpreter (CMI)
Course completion certificate
How this course will improve your practice
Acquire greater medical accuracy as an interpreter through a deeper knowledge of human anatomy and physiology.
Gain a better understanding of how human body systems work together.
Know how to apply this knowledge while interpreting related terms.
Enhance your ability to understand and accurately interpret the roughly 75% of medical terminology that derive from Greek or Latin roots.
Support patient safety through enhanced knowledge and accuracy.