Medical Chinese Lessons
The one on one medical Chinese lesson provide more comprehensive learning for the healthcare professionals. We aim to facilitate the communication in your work. The course is designed so that speakers of all levels, from complete beginners to advanced participants, will benefit. Our courses are also closely integrated with the MCT (Medical Chinese Test) exam. It covers aspects such as listening, speaking, reading, and writing, as well as medical common phrases, disease diagnosis and treatment, medication usage and dosage calculation, among other things. Our teaching team consists of experienced Chinese teachers and medical professionals with extensive medical experience. They will develop personalized teaching plans based on your needs and help you improve your Chinese communication skills and medical professional literacy through practical activities and case studies. Whether you are a student in medical school, a healthcare professional in a hospital, or a foreigner wanting to learn about traditional Chinese medicine, we offer premium-quality Chinese education services to help you excel in the medical field.
Our course content is comprehensive, practical, interesting, and easy to learn. It covers practical medical courses on communication between different roles such as doctor-doctor, doctor-patient, doctor-nurse, and patient-nurse. The doctor-doctor relationship typically refers to the communication and collaboration between doctors in the same or different fields of expertise.
The doctor-patient relationship refers to the communication and medical service relationship between a doctor and a patient. The doctor needs to understand the patient's medical history, symptoms, and diagnosis results, and provide corresponding treatment advice and instructions to help the patient recover. The doctor-nurse relationship refers to the coordination between doctors and nurses. The doctor provides treatment plans and instructions to the nurse, who is responsible for carrying out and observing the patient's condition, and providing feedback to the doctor so that the doctor can adjust the treatment plan in a timely manner. The patient-nurse relationship refers to the interaction and care relationship between patients and nurses. Nurses are responsible for taking care of the patient's daily life, such as measuring body temperature, blood pressure, administering medication, etc., and executing treatment plans and instructions under the guidance of the doctor to help the patient recover. The course covers various aspects such as medical history taking, chief complaint, communication, diagnosis, treatment, and instructions, etc., involving internal medicine, surgery, gynecology, pediatrics, orthopedics, acupuncture, massage, and other fields. Our courses are divided into three levels, each level revolves around such a core, but with varying levels of difficulty, as follows:
- This level is for Chinese learners who have little Chinese knowledge or have not learned Chinese before.
- You will learn basic words and useful expressions to gain ability to conduct the most basic conversations expected in the daily work of medical professionals, such as symptoms, diagnosis, doctor's orders, etc, and master some common dialogues and communication methods, such as inquiring about the condition, providing advice, and explaining doctor's orders. We also learn some writing skills for medical documents, such as writing correctly and simply recording relevant information about diseases. In addition, we will also learn some knowledge and cultural background related to traditional Chinese medicine to better understand medical terms and concepts.
- After you finish this level, you will accquire about 400 words in medical. The abilities in listening, speaking, reading, and writing are as follows.
Listening: You are able to generally understand basic and brief conversations or dialogues related to hospital daily communication scenes. You can generally comprehend simple descriptions of disease symptoms and the essential content of case reports. For example: Be able to understand simple symptom descriptions, basic diagnoses, and instructions from senior physicians and so on.
Speaking: You are able to communicate and exchange information with others on simple medical-related topics in the context of daily hospital communication scenes. You can also provide a simple description of basic disease conditions. For example: Conduct simple consultations, explain basic diagnosis, and provide information on medication usage and precautions and so on.
Reading: You can generally read medical-related written materials, sometimes with the help of other means to identify key information. For example: read medical records, doctor's orders, and laboratory test reports and so on.
Writing: You can make simple records of relevant disease information in a medical/healthcare setting, with basic correct writing skills. For example: write consultation and ward round records and so on.
- This level is for Chinese learners who have learned some Chinese before and have a foundation in Chinese, but have difficulties in handling certain functional tasks in medical settings.
- You will learn more words and vocabularies to handle routine and certain non-routine communication tasks. We need to learn more in-depth medical vocabulary and phrases, such as pathology, clinical presentations, laboratory test results, etc., and master more complex dialogues and communication methods, such as explaining the prognosis of diseases and discussing treatment plans. In addition, we need to understand the etiology, pathophysiology, diagnostic methods, and treatment principles of common diseases, as well as related knowledge and cultural background of integrated traditional Chinese and Western medicine. We also need to master more advanced writing skills, such as organizing articles, expressing opinions, using appropriate tone and format, etc., to express medical information correctly and clearly.
- After you finish this level, you will accquire about 800 words in medical. The abilities in listening, speaking, reading, and writing are as follows.
Listening: You are able to understand basic, standard, and clear conversations or dialogues related to daily hospital communication scenes in listening. You can also generally comprehend more specific descriptions of disease symptoms and the main content of case reports. This includes understanding symptom descriptions, diagnosis basis, and treatment plans in listening and so on.
Speaking: You are able to use basic communication strategies to communicate and exchange information with others on medical-related topics in the context of daily hospital communication scenes. You can also provide more specific descriptions of major disease conditions. This includes explaining diagnostic approaches, treatment principles, and interpreting disease status and causes and so on.
Reading: You can generally read medical-related written materials and obtain main content and key information. This includes reading medical progress notes, ward round records, and discharge summaries and so on.
Writing: You can write specific medical documents related to diseases in a medical/healthcare setting. The sentences are generally fluent and the expressions are basically clear. This includes writing medical records, doctor's orders, and medical progress notes and so on.
- This level is for Chinese learners who have a good command of Chinese. But still need more experience and confidence when communicating in medical settings.
- You will learn more professional words and expressions in medical fields and become proficient in dealing with complex communication tasks. We will learn more in-depth and extensive medical knowledge, including pathology, clinical medicine, internal medicine, surgery, obstetrics and gynecology, pediatrics, traditional Chinese medicine, and so on. Based on this foundation, we need to deepen our understanding of medical terminology and concepts through practice and communication, and be able to accurately apply this knowledge to explain the mechanisms, diagnostic methods, treatment principles, and other issues related to diseases. Specifically, we will learn the following:
- Pathophysiology: including knowledge of cell and tissue structure, biochemical reactions, metabolic pathways, immunology, etc.
- Diagnosis and Treatment: including knowledge of imaging, laboratory testing, drug therapy, surgical treatment, radiotherapy, and the diagnosis and treatment principles of common diseases.
- Medical Literature Reading: understanding the writing and organizational structure of medical literature, including papers, clinical guidelines, case reports, etc.
- Professional Skill Training: skill training in areas such as auscultation, palpation, ECG interpretation, etc.
- Clinical Practice: applying the learned knowledge to practice through participation in clinical internships and medical services, and continuously improving our skills and abilities.
- After you finish this level, you will accquire about 1500 words in medical. The abilities in listening, speaking, reading, and writing are as follows.
Listening: You are able to understand normal-paced and clear conversations or dialogues from others in daily hospital communication environment, and comprehend the key points or intentions of their speech. You can also understand detailed descriptions of disease symptoms, the entire content of case reports, and relevant discussions through listening. This includes understanding expert consultations and listening to case analysis reports and so on.
Speaking: You are able to effectively communicate and engage in discussions with others on medical-related topics in the context of daily hospital communication scenes. You can provide detailed descriptions of the overall disease condition, explain the relationship between pathology and disease, interpret the clinical significance of laboratory test results, and provide health education on disease prognosis and prevention and so on.
Reading: You are able to read medical-related written materials, identify key points and grasp details. This includes reading key points of case analysis, expert consultation records, and discharge summaries and so on.
Writing: You are able to write detailed medical documents related to diseases in a medical/healthcare setting, with appropriate vocabulary, fluent expressions, and coherent discourse. This includes writing expert consultation records, case analysis reports, and discharge summaries and so on.
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