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Medical Spanish
Learn clear, effective Spanish for the medical setting.
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Medical Spanish Nov 16
Put your Spanish skills to the test by taking this 2-minute quiz on our latest free lesson! ¡Pon a prueba tu español!
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Medical Spanish Nov 15
Put your Spanish skills to the test by taking this quick quiz on our latest free lesson! ¡Pon a prueba tu español!
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Medical Spanish Nov 10
A doctor informs a family member by phone that their loved one has passed away from complications of Covid19. I found this lesson useful to make, but I sure hope I don't have to have many conversations like this in the coming months.
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Medical Spanish Oct 14
Here's the latest! After you listen to the audio lesson, quiz yourself on what you learned! - Medication Follow up Visit in | Podcasts by Doc Molly
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Medical Spanish Oct 8
We are now adding quizzes to the end of each lesson. Take a quiz covering the grammar and vocabulary from our latest member lesson here:
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Medical Spanish Sep 13
Un podcast muy educativo que te ayudará a hablar con tus pacientes sobre Covid 19. “¿Qué son los aerosoles?” y otras preguntas sobre el coronavirus — El hilo
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Medical Spanish Sep 9
Practice using the verb DESCARTAR when speaking to patients about their diagnosis. From the latest lesson in our Spanish for Physical Therapy series:
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Medical Spanish Sep 1
Spanish interpretation challenge - Interpret “the sudden and unexplainable loss of smell and taste.” Listen to whole lesson:
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Medical Spanish Aug 27
Do you know how to use the verb LOGRAR in Spanish? Here’s a brief clip from our latest premium lesson.
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Medical Spanish Aug 23
Do you know how to say PHYSICAL THERAPIST in ? In this video, we practice it 3 times and then we use it in a sentence.
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Medical Spanish Aug 21
Aunque no eviten completamente la propagación del virus, las mascarillas pueden reducir la carga viral a la que se está expuesto y, por lo tanto, reducir los síntomas que se presentan al contagiarse.
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Medical Spanish Aug 19
Here is the latest lesson, based on a clinical encounter written by Brigette Schwimmer, a physical therapist, who treats patients with vestibular disorders. Espero que lo disfrutes y que aprendas algo nuevo.
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Medical Spanish Aug 15
AGITARSE - María Laura Mecías from Elebaires Spanish school explains the use of this verb to describe the sensations in the chest. Listen to the whole Q&A here:
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Medical Spanish Aug 15
AGITARSE - María Laura Mecías from Elebaires Spanish school explains the use of this verb to describe sensations in the chest. Listen to the whole Q&A here:
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Medical Spanish Aug 13
Do you know how to use the third person plural to ask about medical interventions in Spanish? Learn more practical Spanish for healthcare and elsewhere at .
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Medical Spanish Aug 9
DAR POSITIVO POR CORONAVIRUS - A nurse, working as a contact tracer, describes what she does CADA VEZ QUE UNA PERSONA DA POSITIVO (every time someone tests positive. )
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Medical Spanish Aug 8
This latest lesson is based on a communication guide for COVID provided by . As always, we review the grammar as we practice the Spanish.
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Medical Spanish Aug 3
Aquí tienes otro video bien interesante sobre los efectos del coronavirus en el corazón. Presenta mucho vocabulario útil al hablar sobre enfermedades cardíacas. También ofrece una advertencia para la gente joven.
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Medical Spanish Aug 2
Ver este video es un buen repaso de los síntomas de COVID19.
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Medical Spanish Jul 13
Practice a hypothetical statement in Spanish while discussing medication for ADHD. From our latest lesson:
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