This workbook provides vocabulary exercises for students learning English with a specialist subject. They include both self-study exercises and practical speaking activities for classroom use…
Quick Medical Terminology has long been relied on by students and medical professionals looking to build or update their medical vocabulary. This new fifth edition provides the tools and information needed to understand the simple logic behind hundreds of seemingly incomprehensible words, along with fresh exercises and current examples.
Professional English in Use Medicine contains 60 units covering a wide variety of medical vocabulary. Topics include diseases and symptoms, investigations, treatment, examining and prevention. The book also introduces general medical vocabulary related to parts and functions of the body, medical and para-medical personnel, education and training, research, and presentations.
The following is a glossary of anatomical and histological (microscopicanatomy) terms: their etymology – derivation where relavent, theirword roots, prefixes, suffixesand their pronunciation. Othercommon medical terminology used in health studies are also included.Many of these terms will appear again and again in medical/healthrelated subjects.
Check Your English Vocabulary for Medicine by Rawdon Wyatt is a workbook designed to help learners of English improve their knowledge and understanding of core medical terminology.
The workbook includes crosswords, puzzles and word games to test and build specialist English vocabulary. The combination of self-study exercises and practical speaking activities mean that this book is ideal for both home and class-based study.
Oxford English for Careers – Medicine is ideal for pre-work students, studying at upper-intermediate to advanced level, who will need to use English in work situations. It is also suitable for doctors and other health professionals who plan to work in English-speaking countries.
English in Medicine is a course for doctors, medical students and other medical professionals who need to communicate with patients and medical colleagues.