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Curso Inglês para Médicos

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Curso de Inglês específicio: English for Medicine.

Um curso de inglês indicado para médicos ou estudantes de medicina que pretendem melhorar os seus conhecimentos activos da língua num contexto relacionado com a medicina. 

 

1) RECEIVING THE PATIENT

  • Greeting patients and putting them at ease
  • Introducing yourself and your role
  • Asking the opening question and setting the agenda for the interview.

2) THE PRESENTING COMPLAINT

  • Encouraging patients to express themselves in their own words
  • Taking an accurate history of the presenting complaint
  • Asking about the intensity and degree of pain

3) PAST MEDICAL AND FAMILY HISTORY

  • Requesting the patients past medical history
  • Discussing the family medical history
  • Taking effective notes during an interview
  • Writing an effective patient note
  • Summarising and structuring the interview

4) THE SOCIAL HISTORY AND TELEPHONE CONSULTATIONS

  • Enquiring about the patient’s social history
  • Employing good telephone etiquette
  • Ensuring an effective telephone consultation
  • Summarising and checking information

5) EXAMINING A PATIENT

  • Preparing and reassuring the patient during an examination
  • Explaining examination procedures
  • Giving effective instructions in a patient-friendly manner

6) GIVING RESULTS

  • Explaining results in a way that patients can understand and remember
  • Encouraging patients to express their fears and concerns

7) PLANNING TREATMENT AND CLOSING THE INTERVIEW

  • Explaining treatments to a patient
  • Discussing options
  • Describing benefits and side effects
  • Advising on lifestyle
  • Negotiating treatment
  • Closing the interview

8) DEALING WITH SENSITIVE ISSUES

  • Broaching sensitive issues without bias and remaining non-judgmental
  • Reading and responding to patient cues
  • Employing question techniques
  • Writing concise and active notes
  • Updating the patient note

9) BREAKING BAD NEWS

  • Delivering bad news in a sensitive way
  • Reassuring a patient or relative
  • Showing empathy

A) COMMUNICATING WITH CHALLENGING PATIENTS

  • Encouraging a withdrawn patient to speak
  • Calming an aggressive or angry patient
  • Asserting your role as a doctor

B) COMMUNICATING WITH THE ELDERLY

  • Carrying out an effective interview with an elderly patient
  • Showing sensitivity and respect to an elderly patient
  • Communicating with depressed elderly patients

C)   COMMUNICATING WITH CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS

  • Establishing and developing rapport with a child
  • Reassuring a child
  • Gaining a child’s consent to be examined
  • Explaining procedures to a cild
  • Responding to a child’s verbal cues
  • Communicating effectively with an adolescent.