Interpret and Apply Medical Terminology Appropriately - (HLT15)

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Have you ever experienced the feeling of bewilderment as people talk about diseases and the effect they have on their body functions BUT you have no idea where or what it is, OR the doctor is discussing your own problems and you feel you should know what they are talking about? After all it is your body. This learning guide is an introduction to medical terminology designed to assist you in your work in the health care setting. In this work you may be faced with unfamiliar and sometimes complex medical terms and abbreviations. It is not unusual to feel overwhelmed by this new vocabulary but it is possible to master the jargon!

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AQF - Australian Quality Framework
Certificate III

Industry Classification Scheme
Medical, Dental and Health Services

National Code - Training.gov.au
BSBMED301: Interpret and Apply Medical Terminology Appropriately

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TAFEshop Identifier: TAFESA-2060

TAFEshop Catalogue: 15.141.3118

ISBN: 978-1-74282-217-5

TAFE SA

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