PAS330-17: Medical Terminology [0.1 CEU]
Medical terminology, used every day in the hospital setting, can seem like a foreign language. This course will teach you the basics of medical terminology. You will learn the 3 basics of medical word structure and how to determine meanings by breaking down the words. You will be able to understand the language of the medical community and participate in the communication between medical staff in a new way. You will also learn medical abbreviations. Your knowledge of medical terminology will not only increase your understanding but will allow you to help your patients understand what to expect with the care they are receiving.
THIS COURSE IS INCLUDED IN THE PATIENT ACCESS SPECIALIST CERTIFICATION and BILLING PREREQUISITE.
In order to receive your completion certificate and 0.1 CEU credit/ 1 credit hours for this course, all learning outcome conditions must be met including a score of at least 80% on all quizzes and completion of the course evaluation
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Upon completion of this course, student will be able to:
- Recognize the 3 elements of medical words.
- Define common words.
- Identify medical abbreviations.
Learning Outcomes Standard:
Based upon information provided by text "Medical Terminology for Health Professions" and information provided by the U.S. National Library of Medicine.
Learning Outcomes Conditions:
- Listen to voiced course in its entirety.
- Complete course within 30 days.
- Pass final quiz with a 80% or better.
- Complete Course Evaluation.
- Handouts provided in the Digital Library.
- Glossary Terms provided in main HTHU Glossary.
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