Listen to the interview with Dr. Bobby Porter, a neurology resident in Boston.
Bobby has spent more than 20 years improving his Spanish in general and more specifically his medical Spanish.
I have asked him about the future of medical Spanish in American universities.
About his experience as a student (undergraduate, first and fourth years of medical school) and his participation in organizing the program. Bobby was the student director one year, and was involved in the association the entire time.
We have talked about how medical Spanish is evolving in medical schools, the importance of medical Spanish associations such as NAMS and about diversity in new classes graduating.
He has given me his opinion on topics such as medical Spanish only for advanced levels or also for beginners. Professional medical instructors or Spanish as a second language teachers. Regular, mini or micro lessons to learn from your phone.
You can learn more about improving your medical Spanish with free resources here