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Introduction to Medical Terminology - Catterick

Tuesday 6 March 2018 at Brewers Fayre

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This is an all day event.

Times: 09:15 - 16:00

Food is provided at this event.

09.15-09.30 - Course Registration

09.30-16.00 - Training Day

Introduction to Medical Terminology

A course for those who would benefit from understanding the component parts of medical terminology.

An understanding of medical terminology is essential for anyone working in the medical industry. Delegates will reap the benefits of the course immediately and will be able to apply the learning to every day situations in their place of work.

Course objectives

The objectives of this course are to enable delegates to:

Explain the concept that medical terminology can be broken down into component parts of prefixes, root words and suffixes;

State the meanings of commonly used prefixes, suffixes and root words in medical terms;

Decipher terminology associated with various diseases;

Recognise commonly used abbreviations and medical symbols;

Obtain a fundamental understanding of the body structure and systems;

Explain the six categories in which the body is studied.

All delegates will be provided with a course manual and will be issued with a certificate upon completion of the course.

Location details

Brewers Fayre
Unit 23, Princes Gate Shopping Park, Richmond Road, Catterick, DL9 3JG

Is the training accessible to wheelchairs? Yes

www.brewersfayre.co.uk

Free parking in shopping park

Main contact

Name: Leanne Ashton

Email: leanne.ashton@yorlmcltd.co.uk

Phone: 01423 623626

If you have any communication or mobility needs that the event organisers need to be aware of please contact them  in advance of the course to let them know.

 

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Name Cost
YORLMC members (GPs and their staff in YORLMC area) £125.00
Non-members (Outside of YORLMC area) £145.00
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