Interests: Lay Counsellors / Healthcare workers / Medicals terms / Anatomy
Employees in clinical and nonclinical positions within a healthcare system must be able to easily use medical terminology every day to understand what is being read, written, billed, or communicated during day-to-day job duties. A firm grasp and clear understanding of medical terminology is vital to job performance whether you spend time in a healthcare facility or never step foot into a medical clinic.
The basic anatomical organs and terminology which make up the body systems are discussed and explained, the medical terms that apply to each of these structures and other possibly related diseases. Procedures involved in diagnosing problems will also be discussed
The course offer essential background information prior to learning ICD-10 CODING.
All non-medically trained staff working in a medical environment
This course is a distance-based course and participants will receive a comprehensive and user-friendly study guide developed by experts in the field. 1-day contact sessions can be arranged.
1 month to complete the course & theoretical assessments
Theory assessment - Multiple Choice Q paper
Accredited according to the HPCSA CPD Guidelines for Health Professionals - for a total of 23 clinical points on Level 2.
To qualify for the certificate, participants should complete the course and complete the theoretical assessment.
Contact sessions can be presented anywhere