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In the "Learn Medical Spanish" podcast, you'll learn specific, curated vocabulary to help you communicate with your Spanish-speaking patients more easily. This podcast is focused on healthcare providers or other medical professionals who want to improve their Spanish. My background is emergency medicine and family practice, but regardless of your medical specialty, you'll likely find some useful terminology that you can use on the job. I'll cover medical Spanish dialogues, medical Spanish terminology / vocabulary, Spanish anatomy, and more. Hope it helps!

Learn Medical Spanish Ben Tanner, PA-C

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In the "Learn Medical Spanish" podcast, you'll learn specific, curated vocabulary to help you communicate with your Spanish-speaking patients more easily. This podcast is focused on healthcare providers or other medical professionals who want to improve their Spanish. My background is emergency medicine and family practice, but regardless of your medical specialty, you'll likely find some useful terminology that you can use on the job. I'll cover medical Spanish dialogues, medical Spanish terminology / vocabulary, Spanish anatomy, and more. Hope it helps!

    COVID-19 HPI [for ER Providers]

    COVID-19 HPI [for ER Providers]

    Today I'll go over the medical Spanish phrases you may want to use for COVID - History of Present Illness (HPI). This dialogue is mainly for emergency medicine clinicians (doctors, PA’s, or NP’s who work in the ER), but other healthcare professionals can likely benefit as well.  
    For more help with medical Spanish translations, check out the resources below!

    Blog version:  https://www.learnmedicalspanish.org/covid-19-hpi/

    YouTube version:  https://youtu.be/UA2joLUC72E

    CME course details:  https://www.learnmedicalspanish.org/cme

    • 15 min
    Fever PMH [for ER Providers]

    Fever PMH [for ER Providers]

    Today I'll go over the medical Spanish phrases you may want to use for Fever - Past Medical History (PMH).  This dialogue is mainly for emergency medicine clinicians (doctors, PA’s, or NP’s who work in the emergency room), but other healthcare professionals can likely benefit as well. 

    For more medical Spanish vocab help, check out the resources below!

    Blog version here:  https://www.learnmedicalspanish.org/fever-pmh/

    YouTube version here:  https://youtu.be/bwZ8CJD6H1U

    CME course here:   https://www.learnmedicalspanish.org/cme

    • 12 min
    Chest Pain ROS [for ER Providers]

    Chest Pain ROS [for ER Providers]

    Today I'll go over the medical Spanish phrases you may want to use for Chest Pain - Review of Systems (ROS).  This dialogue is mainly for emergency room clinicians (doctors, physician assistants, or nurse practitioners), but other healthcare professionals can likely benefit as well. 

    For more help with medical Spanish translations, check out the resources below!

    Full episode details here:  https://www.learnmedicalspanish.org/chest-pain-ros/

    YouTube version of this episode here:  https://youtu.be/60sJKTc_2g0

    CME course here:  https://www.learnmedicalspanish.org/cme

    • 8 min
    Abdominal Pain HPI [for ER Providers]

    Abdominal Pain HPI [for ER Providers]

    Today I'll go over a medical Spanish dialogue on how to do an HPI on a Spanish-speaking patient with abdominal pain.  Most of the questions are yes/no, with a few short answer.  This is targeted at emergency room clinicians, but may be useful for other medical professionals as well. 

    YouTube version: https://youtu.be/Rz1ZCCvQjPQ

    Blog post version: https://www.learnmedicalspanish.org/abdominal-pain-hpi/

    • 10 min
    Intro to "Learn Medical Spanish"

    Intro to "Learn Medical Spanish"

    Here I explain what types of topics the Learn Medical Spanish podcast will cover, what my background is, and how you can get the most out of these episodes.  

    By the way, if you have a suggestion about future episodes, just leave a comment on one of my YouTube videos. :)

    • 5 min

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