These lessons are for you if you are a medical professional from a non-English speaking country, who would like to improve their English. These lessons are aimed at helping doctors, nurses and other healthcare workers learn the language they need to communicate well with their English speaking patients and colleagues.
Improve your Communication with your English Speaking Patients
Even if you work in a non-English speaking country you may find that you regularly see patients who’s first language is English or is a strong second language for them. For example, if you live in a country that attracts people form all over the world for their holidays or to make it their new home, you may often see English speaking patients and be unable to communicate well with them. This can be a source of frustation for both yourself and your patient. Could improving your English be a way for you to help your patients even more?
Improve your Work Opportunities
Being able to speak English to an advanced level, will not help you to comminicate with English speaking patients and colleagues, but it also means you can stand out from the crowd and be more competitive in the job market.
Attend Conferences and Understand Medical Articles
Be able to take advantage of more professional learning and development opportunites by understanding medical terminolgy used in medical conferences, journals and papers intended for an English speaking audience. Don’t let language limit the knowledge you can acquire in your medical field.