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Introduction to Medical Terminology Courses
Introduction to Medical Terminology Course Introduction
Introduction to Medical Terminology introduces basic knowledge of the medical language and word structures, medical abbreviations and symbols, terms pertaining to the body as a whole, and pharmacology. Students learn to analyze medical words, identify the body cavities, recognize the organs, explain how suffixes and prefixes affect medical terms, and classify the various routes of drug administration.
This course consists of 15 days (75 hours) of daily, participative learning sessions.
- Completion of all or most ILS courses
- Keyboarding Level 1 (25 words per minute)
- Microsoft Word Level 2
Students will gain comprehensive knowledge in the fundamental physiologic and anatomic aspects of the Medical Office Assistant (MOA) industry.
Of Interest To
This course is of interest to individuals actively pursuing MOA training as part of their life-long career journey. It is designed to provide the opportunity for students to develop the skills required to offer administrative support within the medical industry.
Students are supplied with a textbook for ongoing reference. In addition to quizzes, a research essay, and tests, there is a final course exam. Students must achieve an overall mark of 75% to successfully complete the course.
Anatomy and Physiology Part 1 (HCAP09O1)
Introduction to Medical Terminology Course Breakdown
This course is comprised of a variety of topics, concepts, and projects that focus on the following areas of skill and competency:
Basic Word Structure:
Word analysis and identifying combining forms, suffixes, and prefixes
Terms Pertaining to the Body as a Whole:
Identifying the structural organization of the body, body cavities, body regions and quadrants, divisions of the spinal column, planes of the body, and positional and directional terms
Understanding combining terminology forms, suffixes, and appendices
Understanding combining terminology forms, prefixes, and appendices
Identifying drug names, standards and references, administration of drugs, terminology of drug action, classes of drugs and drug toxicity, vocabulary and combining forms, terminology, and abbreviations used in prescriptions
Method of Delivery
Students are enrolled at the campus with a scheduled start date and are supported by a stand-up Instructor.
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