Medical Terminology and Anatomy (33 hours)
This course combines anatomy and physiology with medical terminology. Students will learn to describe procedures and conditions relating to cases. Students will learn the language through word prefixes, root words, suffixes and combining forms. Medical terminology is a key component of what medical professionals use when they are referring to patient diagnoses, treatment and procedure.
Price includes textbook
Offering 1F22: Mondays & Wednesdays, Dec 5 2022 to Jan 30 2023, 6:30pm to 9:30pm, via livestreaming (Mon/Wed class, Jan Mon only, No classes Dec 26 and 29 2022)
*Get 10% off when you pay for all your MOA program classes at one time. This coupon will be automatically applied when you add all class offerings to your cart.
new MOA instructor Helen Galloway
Helen is the proud mother of 2 amazing boys, both in the medical field. Helen enjoys travel and being outdoors kayaking, biking and camping.
Helen’s educational background is in Medical Imaging (Bachelors degree with Honors), Diploma in Medical Radiography, with a specialty certificate in Computed Tomography (CTIC) with distinction. Helen has created the clinical programs at 2 lower mainland hospitals for Medical Radiography, and has been involved with many special projects in the hospital setting.
Helen’s work experience consists of over 32 years as a registered radiographer and CT technologist at Ridge Meadows Hospital. She also has 20+ years as an instructor for the Medical Radiography program, specialty certificate program, degree program, clinical instructor at BCIT, and most recently as director of Radiology services and training for FMS Medical systems Inc. as a Medical trainer for doctors, nurses and paramedics aboard cruise ships.
|Classroom:||Via Livestreaming on your computer at home|
|Start Day:||Dec 5 2022|
|End Day:||Jan 30 2023|
|Start Time:||6:30 pm|
|End Time:||9:30 pm|
|Number of Sessions:||11|