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Hello everyone,

I was wondering if I can get any information about where I can study medical Enlgish. Actually, the main question is whether it is possible to study medical English apart from having a BS in medicine field. I am Enlgish philology student and I am really interested in medicine, so I wonder if there is a chance for me to study medical English with a purpose to teach in future? I would be grateful if you could help me with this!
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AnonymousHello everyone,

I was wondering if I can get any information about where I can study medical Enlgish. Actually, the main question is whether it is possible to study medical English apart from having a BS in medicine field. I am Enlgish philology student and I am really interested in medicine, so I wonder if there is a chance for me to study medical English with a purpose to teach in future? I would be grateful if you could help me with this!
Have you tried an internet search for "Medical Terms" "Medical English" and similar phrases? There are plenty of sites out there with meidcal terms described.
Students: Are you brave enough to let our tutors analyse your pronunciation?
hi anonymous ım here for thia aim too.and ım a student in a medical faculty at fourth class.ı discovered this site by a chance.
hi anonymous ım here for this aim too.and ım a student in medical faculty at fourth class.ı has just discovered this site by a chance.
I'm a Medical English major. I just came across your post. But I'm very interested in it. I thought no one would like to study Medical English, for it's boring and difficult.

Ok, Perhaps I can give you some information. I'm a student in Tianjin Medical University, China.In my school, there's a international department for foreigners. I think you can apply for it.
Students: We have free audio pronunciation exercises.
Hi
I'm fromChile Southamerica. I'm teaching medical English unfortunately the material is very scarce here. Would you be so kind so as to share some material?
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Hey,
maybe this can help you:
"English for doctors" (by Schenk Verlag)
It's a book recommended to students or nurses whose native language is other than english. It helps you develop language skills concerning history-taking, examination etc. and covers all major medical specialties. A friend of mine, who is french and studies med in UK told me it helped him a lot (pronounciation with a cd, questions and answers, possibility of self-study...)
http://www.amazon.de/English-Doctors-Maria-Gy%C3%B6rffy/dp/3939337102/ref=pd_bbs_sr_1?ie=UTF8&s=b...
for further information don't hesitate to ask.
Apart from that, I think this book is a good way to learn and improve one's medical English.
bye, Lakenu