English for Careers : Medicine
Author: Sam McCarter
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Pages: 145, 145, 105, 113
Format: PDF, MP3
English for Careers is a series which prepares pre-work students for starting their career. Everything in each Student’s Book is vocation-specific, which means students get the language, information, and skills they need to help them get a job in their chosen career.
A specialist course for medical students, doctors, and advanced nurses who want to work in English-speaking countries.
Medicine has been designed to help students communicate accurately in English with patients and colleagues. It has a clear focus on developing speaking and listening skills for a range of different situations.
Syllabus based on the communication skills required for OSCE (Objective Structured Clinical Examination).
Specialist medical terminology for effective communication with colleagues.
‘It’s my job’ – provides an authentic insight from professionals working in medicine.
‘Patient care’ sections develop students’ skills in doctor-patient relations.
‘Reading bank’ provides reading practice for a variety of medicine-based texts.
Examples from the Handbook series – authentic material from the world’s best selling medical handbooks.
Interactive exercises on Student’s website revise and recycle language.
Teachers Resource website provides additional support, ideas and activities.
In this post both Medicine 1 and 2 (all with SB, TB, audio). Note: SB 1 is photographed but in a much better quality than you’d see on other sites.