Beginning Medical Spanish Semester Course
This Beginning Medical Spanish course is perfect for the learner who doesn’t know any Spanish yet, and wants to learn it intensively in the medical context.
Anschutz Medical Campus: Mondays, August 19 – December 2 (3:00-4:50p)
Beginning Medical Spanish Semester Course Details
Dates: Mondays, August 19 – December 2, 2019
Times: 3:00 – 4:50pm
Location: Anschutz Medical Campus
Contact for Questions: Rory Foster: [email protected]
This Beginning medical Spanish semester course is a 30hr class that combines the content of both Beginning 1 and Beginning 2 Medical Spanish classes into one course for the length of the academic semester. You will be learning medical Spanish with an interdisciplinary group of students and professionals. Review the course content on the Medical Spanish classes page to see if this is the right medical Spanish class for you!
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- If you’re working on learning Spanish for your healthcare career, we have the medical Spanish you need!
- Learn more about our other course levels above the Beginning Medical Spanish class.
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Reflections from recent Beginning Medical Spanish learners:
I really liked that you set up an environment where it was ok to try to speak Spanish (as poorly as we did speak) without judgement. I didn’t like how much we were assigned each week. I stopped at 1 hour every week but I rarely finished what I was supposed to. I’m afraid I just had too much else on my plate to complete everything as desired. Because of this I often felt a bit more stressed than last semester when the expectations were lower. Anonymous
I really liked when we would review things from the week before and continually build on everything we learned previously. I really liked the songs and around the world game to help remember things. Sarah S.
Rory is so fun! It makes class at the end of the day and end of the week not horrible!!! It’s a big deal! I’ve benefitted most from the vocabulary and the ability to communicate clearly. Christine C.
It was a good course and I did learn a lot of medical terms which was good. Using some more English when everyone was confused would have helped though. I think taking patient information and understanding the symptoms and telling them how to use medication was most beneficial. Anonymous
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