Module Seven of Ten
Spine disorders, joint surgeries, trauma, or a simple accident at work that turns into a workers’ comp case are some examples of interpreting assignments you could get. In this module, you’ll practice with scenarios. You’ll be exposed to terminology about labs, tests, diagnoses, pharmacology and surgery used in orthopedics.
You’ll be able to strengthen your interpreting skills and expand your expertise by developing a self-learning plan through self-assessment and customization of glossaries. Upon completion of this class you will be able to:
- Comprehend and interpret the ortho terms presented in this course.
- Define and correctly pronounce unfamiliar words and terms.
- Promptly identify medical terms and abbreviations related to the musculoskeletal system.
- Effectively respond to cultural and idiomatic challenges such as idioms, colloquialisms, and slang.
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“Giving us a chance to hear a model rendition was helpful in hearing other ways that could be useful in translating a certain part. The extra videos were wonderful, to help explain the medical side of things a bit more.The course was all-encompassing. In addition to getting practice with interpreting skills, you learned a lot about medical terminology and also how things work in your body. I highly recommend the course.”
"MITS was a recommendation from a friend, he spoke very good about the program, so I decided to take it. I wasn't disappointed, very great course, you learn a lot and it’s affordable and easy. You get to do it all at your own time, which was something that was very helpful."
“This was a great opportunity for me. I lost my job and needed something to do and a change of career. While I was out of work I went with relatives to help them as an interpreter and I was told by several healthcare providers how good and clear I interpret. I realized this is something I was enjoying do it why not make it my new career. Thank you MITS for creating this opportunity for me and many other people.“