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Prepare for a career in the health services industry by learning medical terminology

Medical Terminology: A Word Association Approach

This course teaches medical terminology from an anatomical approach. Root terms are divided by each body system. The origin, a combined form, and an example of non-medical everyday usage is provided for each root term. Word Associations are provided as a learning tool. Unusual and interesting information is provided in regards to each term. Root terms are combined with prefixes and suffixes as your learning will culminate in the interpretation of several paragraphs of medical notes.

Medical Terminology II: A Focus on Human Disease

Take a journey through the human body and learn medical terminology related to all 11 of its organ systems.  In this course, we discuss diseases of the cardiovascular, lymphatic, respiratory, nervous, skeletal, muscular, integumentary (skin), urinary, digestive, and male and female reproductive systems.  We also go over different diagnostic and treatment procedures for each system.  As you progress through the course, you'll learn the meaning of many prefixes, root words, and suffixes, and you'll greatly increase your medical terminology vocabulary!

Each lesson starts with a brief overview of the organs in that lesson's organ system.  From there, we move on to terminology related to a number of different diseases, diagnostic procedures, and treatment techniques.  For each term, you'll learn the meaning of its word parts, as well as the term's definition.  There's also a pronunciation guide for the term, an example of its correct usage, and important information you should know related to the disorder, diagnostic procedure, or treatment.  Most of the terms include a graphic to help you visualize the material. 

Each lesson also comes with an alphabetized glossary that summarizes all of the medical terms in the lesson so you can have them at your fingertips, as well as a course index so you can quickly locate a term anywhere in the course.

To reinforce your learning, the lessons include activities and assignments designed to give you additional practice in understanding and remembering the medical terminology taught in this course.  By the end of this course, you'll find that you have greatly increased your knowledge of medical terminology as well as broadened your understanding of human disease!

Course Fast Facts:

  • Learn Certificate in Medical Terminology Series in only 12 - 16 weeks
  • Approximately only 2 to 4 hours per week of study is required
  • This course is delivered 100% on-line and is accessible 24/7 from any computer or smartphone
  • Instructors lead each course and you will be able to interact with them and ask questions
  • You can study from home or at work at your own pace in your own time
  • You can download printer friendly course material or save for viewing off line
  • You will be awarded a certificate at completion of this course

How to study online course?

Upon enrolment an automated welcome email will be sent to you (please check your junk email inbox if not received as this is an automated email), in order for you to access your online course, which is Available 24/7 on any computer or smart mobile device. New courses start every month to ensure that we have the correct ratio of students to tutors available, please ensure you select a starting date when you go through our shopping cart, at checkout. The course is easy to follow and understand.

Recognition & Accreditation

All students who complete the course receive a certificate of completion with a passing score (for the online assessment) and will be issued a certificate via email.

Course I: Medical Terminology: A Word Association Approach Online Course

There are 12 units of study

Common Root and Musculoskeletal Terms

Welcome to the first lesson of medical terminology! We'll begin the course by exploring root terms, which represent the main meaning of a combined medical term. A combined medical term consists of a root, a prefix, and/or a suffix. As we progress through each lesson of this course, you'll see that we proceed by "body system," and in this first lesson, we'll go over root terms that are associated with the musculoskeletal system, so we'll be talking a lot about the muscles, bones, joints, and tendons of the body in this lesson.

Integumentary and Digestive Terms

In today's lesson, you'll learn a variety of terminology relating to the integumentary and digestive systems. The integumentary system includes the skin, connective tissues, and some loosely associated structures such as nails and teeth. When we discuss the digestive system, you'll learn medical terminology relating to the digestive tract from the mouth, to the pharynx, to the esophagus, and so on, all the way out to the exterior of the body.

Cardiovascular and Respiratory Terms

In this lesson, we'll go over terminology related to the cardiovascular and respiratory systems. The cardiovascular system includes the heart, arteries, veins, and blood, while the respiratory system includes the lungs and assorted chest structures.

Urinary and Reproductive Terms

Today's topic areas are the urinary and reproductive systems. When we go over the urinary system, you'll learn terminology related to the kidneys, bladder, urine, and even some chemistry terms. When we go over the reproductive system, you'll learn root terms that refer to both male and female anatomical structures.

Neurosensory Terms and Root-Term Review

In this lesson, we'll finish up our discussion about root terms. You'll learn root terms that are associated with the neurosensory system, including nerves, the eyes, ears, brain, and spinal cord. Then we'll begin doing something a little different—at the end of the lesson, we'll do a little review session to help you remember all of the root terms that you've learned up to this point.

Prefixes and Suffixes A through H

In today's lesson, you'll learn about prefixes and suffixes that are common in medicine and start with the letters A through H. Starting today, we won't be going through the word associations that we did in previous lessons. By now, you'll find that you can recognize many of these terms as they're used in our normal, everyday language.

Prefixes and Suffixes I through O

In this lesson, we'll continue to progress through the prefixes and suffixes commonly used in medical terminology. Our objective for today is to identify the common medical prefixes and suffixes that begin with the letters I through O.

Prefixes and Suffixes P through Z

Today, we'll complete our tour through the alphabetical listings of the most common prefixes and suffixes used in medical terminology by focusing on prefixes and suffixes that begin with the letters P through Z. You'll find that there are many more terms that medical professionals use less often, and you'll even discover that sometimes a root that you already know is used as a prefix or suffix.

Color Prefixes and Suffixes and Abbreviated Titles

In previous lessons, you learned about common prefixes and suffixes. In today's lesson, we'll study specific prefixes and suffixes that pertain to color. Color is used quite a bit in the medical field because it helps everyone to describe various signs and symptoms. In this lesson, we'll also go over medical abbreviations that are specific to the various occupations and titles of the medical industry. Your assignment in this lesson will change a little as your research becomes a bit more challenging.

Common Abbreviations A through R

The medical community uses an abundance of abbreviations. Some medical facilities don't allow them, but you should still learn the meanings of the most common abbreviations so you'll know them when you see them. For this lesson, we'll study the abbreviations that start with the letters A through R. Your assignment for this lesson will be a bit different—you're going to find words in a medical note that you can replace with the abbreviations that you learned in the lesson.

Common Abbreviations S through W and Specialized Abbreviations

In this lesson, we'll finish our study of medical abbreviations as we explore the abbreviations that begin with letters S through Z. We'll also go over specific abbreviations that refer to hospital areas, laboratory tests, chemistries, and medical symbols. In today's assignment, it's up to you to find the abbreviations that correctly relate to each sentence in a medical note.

Directional Terms and Word Combinations

Here in our final lesson, it's time to put everything you've learned together. We'll look at our roots, prefixes, and suffixes, and see how they create combined medical terms from body system to body system. You'll also learn some directional terms that are commonly used in medicine. You'll find that your assignment for this lesson provides you the opportunity to decipher a complete medical note.

 

Course II: Certificate in Medical Terminology II: A Focus on Human Disease Online Course

There are 12 units of study

The Cardiovascular System
We'll start off this course with medical terminology related to the cardiovascular system. We'll begin by reviewing the major functions and organs of the cardiovascular system, and you'll gain a solid grasp of the terminology related to this system's organs. We'll then move on to a discussion of terminology related to disorders, diagnoses, and treatments related to this essential organ system.

The Lymphatic System, Immunity, and Cancer
In this lesson, we'll go over medical terminology related to the lymphatic system, immunity, and cancer. We'll start out by covering the basic functions and organs of the lymphatic system, and you'll learn strategies your body uses to keep you well. We'll also discuss the relationship between the immune system and cancer. We'll go on to discuss terminology related to specific disorders, diagnostic procedures, and treatment of the organs of the lymphatic system, immunological disorders, and cancer.

The Respiratory System
In this lesson, you'll learn the names and functions of the organs of both the upper and lower tracts of the respiratory system. We'll talk about this organ system's crucial role in getting oxygen to your tissues and removing carbon dioxide from your body, and we'll review a few of its other functions as well. We'll then discuss terminology related to specific disorders of the respiratory system, diagnostic procedures, and treatment.

The Nervous System
In this lesson, we'll explore terminology related to the functions, structures, and disorders of the nervous system. You'll learn that this system contains two divisions: the central nervous system and the peripheral nervous system. We'll discuss terminology related to disorders of both these divisions of the nervous system, as well as diagnostic procedures and treatment.

The Endocrine System
The endocrine system consists of glands that secrete substances (called hormones) into the bloodstream. From there, hormones travel to target cells−cells that will be affected by particular hormones. Disorders of this system commonly occur and can cause people significant problems. In this lesson, we'll discuss terminology related to the glands and hormones of this system, some of its disorders, diagnostic procedures, and treatment.

The Skeletal System
The skeletal system plays a number of important roles in the function of the human body, including movement, protection, blood cell production, support, and mineral and fat storage. Its structures often experience injuries and disease. In this lesson, we'll go over terminology related to the skeletal system's structures, as well as disorders, diagnostic procedures, and treatment of the bones, joints, and spine.

The Muscular System
The muscular system consists of muscle tissue, the fascia that surrounds muscles, and the tendons that attach muscles to bones. With over 600 muscles in the human body, disorders of this organ system are fairly common. In this lesson, we'll discuss terminology related to problems with this organ system, diagnostic procedures, and several types of treatment.

The Integumentary System
The integumentary system includes the largest single organ in your body—your skin, as well as sebaceous and sweat glands, hair, and nails. People often suffer from disorders of this organ system, and in this lesson, we'll cover terminology related to a number of them. We'll discuss terminology related to disorders of both the skin and its accessory organs, as well as diagnostic procedures and treatment.

The Urinary System
One of your organ systems works hard to keep your blood from poisoning you by removing dangerous waste products and putting them into urine−the urinary system. This system contains just four different organs, but its proper function is essential to your health. In this lesson, we'll discuss medical terminology related to a number of disorders of the urinary system, their diagnoses, and treatment.

The Digestive System
The digestive system contains more organs that any other organ system. Some of those organs make up a passageway, called the alimentary canal, which allows food to pass from your mouth, down into your stomach, through your intestines, and then leave your body. Other organs, called accessory organs, secrete substances that help break down the food and liquids you ingest into molecules that your body can use. We'll cover terminology related to diseases of the digestive system's organs in this lesson, as well as terminology related to both diagnostic and treatment procedures.

The Male Reproductive System
The male reproductive system is made up of both external and internal reproductive organs. In this lesson, we'll briefly review the functions of the male reproductive system as well as the organs that make up this system. We'll then cover terminology related to disorders of both the external and internal male reproductive organs, diagnostic procedures, and treatment options.

The Female Reproductive System
We'll begin this lesson with a brief overview of the organs of the female reproductive systems and their functions. We'll also go over medical terminology related to disorders of the organs of this system, as well as disorders related to the menstrual cycle and pregnancy. We'll then discuss terminology related to diagnosing disorders of this system and a number of different treatments.

Entry requirements

Students must have basic literacy and numeracy skills.

Minimum education

Open entry. Previous schooling and academic achievements are not required for entry into this course.

Computer requirements

Students will need access to a computer and the internet. 

Minimum specifications for the computer are:

Windows:

  • Microsoft Windows XP, or later
  • Modern and up to date browser (Internet Explorer 8 or later, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

MAC/iOS

  • OSX/iOS 6 or later
  • Modern and up to date browser (Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

All systems

  • Internet bandwidth of 1Mb or faster
  • Flash player or a browser with HTML5 video capabilities(Currently Internet Explorer 9, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

Students will also need access the following applications:

Adobe Acrobat Reader

Adobe PDF plug - in ( a free download obtained at Adobe.com)

Email

Through well-crafted lessons, expert online instruction and interaction with your tutor, participants in these courses gain valuable knowledge at their convenience. They have the flexibility to study at their own pace combined with enough structure and support to complete the course. And they can access the classroom 24/7 from anywhere with an Internet connection.

New sessions of each course run every month. They last six weeks, with two new lessons being released weekly. The courses are entirely Web-based with comprehensive lessons, quizzes, and assignments. A dedicated professional instructor facilitates every course; pacing learners, answering questions, giving feedback, and facilitating discussions.

About this Course

Prepare for a career in the health services industry by learning medical terminology

Medical Terminology: A Word Association Approach

This course teaches medical terminology from an anatomical approach. Root terms are divided by each body system. The origin, a combined form, and an example of non-medical everyday usage is provided for each root term. Word Associations are provided as a learning tool. Unusual and interesting information is provided in regards to each term. Root terms are combined with prefixes and suffixes as your learning will culminate in the interpretation of several paragraphs of medical notes.

Medical Terminology II: A Focus on Human Disease

Take a journey through the human body and learn medical terminology related to all 11 of its organ systems.  In this course, we discuss diseases of the cardiovascular, lymphatic, respiratory, nervous, skeletal, muscular, integumentary (skin), urinary, digestive, and male and female reproductive systems.  We also go over different diagnostic and treatment procedures for each system.  As you progress through the course, you'll learn the meaning of many prefixes, root words, and suffixes, and you'll greatly increase your medical terminology vocabulary!

Each lesson starts with a brief overview of the organs in that lesson's organ system.  From there, we move on to terminology related to a number of different diseases, diagnostic procedures, and treatment techniques.  For each term, you'll learn the meaning of its word parts, as well as the term's definition.  There's also a pronunciation guide for the term, an example of its correct usage, and important information you should know related to the disorder, diagnostic procedure, or treatment.  Most of the terms include a graphic to help you visualize the material. 

Each lesson also comes with an alphabetized glossary that summarizes all of the medical terms in the lesson so you can have them at your fingertips, as well as a course index so you can quickly locate a term anywhere in the course.

To reinforce your learning, the lessons include activities and assignments designed to give you additional practice in understanding and remembering the medical terminology taught in this course.  By the end of this course, you'll find that you have greatly increased your knowledge of medical terminology as well as broadened your understanding of human disease!

Course Fast Facts:

  • Learn Certificate in Medical Terminology Series in only 12 - 16 weeks
  • Approximately only 2 to 4 hours per week of study is required
  • This course is delivered 100% on-line and is accessible 24/7 from any computer or smartphone
  • Instructors lead each course and you will be able to interact with them and ask questions
  • You can study from home or at work at your own pace in your own time
  • You can download printer friendly course material or save for viewing off line
  • You will be awarded a certificate at completion of this course

How to study online course?

Upon enrolment an automated welcome email will be sent to you (please check your junk email inbox if not received as this is an automated email), in order for you to access your online course, which is Available 24/7 on any computer or smart mobile device. New courses start every month to ensure that we have the correct ratio of students to tutors available, please ensure you select a starting date when you go through our shopping cart, at checkout. The course is easy to follow and understand.

Recognition & Accreditation

All students who complete the course receive a certificate of completion with a passing score (for the online assessment) and will be issued a certificate via email.

Course I: Medical Terminology: A Word Association Approach Online Course

There are 12 units of study

Common Root and Musculoskeletal Terms

Welcome to the first lesson of medical terminology! We'll begin the course by exploring root terms, which represent the main meaning of a combined medical term. A combined medical term consists of a root, a prefix, and/or a suffix. As we progress through each lesson of this course, you'll see that we proceed by "body system," and in this first lesson, we'll go over root terms that are associated with the musculoskeletal system, so we'll be talking a lot about the muscles, bones, joints, and tendons of the body in this lesson.

Integumentary and Digestive Terms

In today's lesson, you'll learn a variety of terminology relating to the integumentary and digestive systems. The integumentary system includes the skin, connective tissues, and some loosely associated structures such as nails and teeth. When we discuss the digestive system, you'll learn medical terminology relating to the digestive tract from the mouth, to the pharynx, to the esophagus, and so on, all the way out to the exterior of the body.

Cardiovascular and Respiratory Terms

In this lesson, we'll go over terminology related to the cardiovascular and respiratory systems. The cardiovascular system includes the heart, arteries, veins, and blood, while the respiratory system includes the lungs and assorted chest structures.

Urinary and Reproductive Terms

Today's topic areas are the urinary and reproductive systems. When we go over the urinary system, you'll learn terminology related to the kidneys, bladder, urine, and even some chemistry terms. When we go over the reproductive system, you'll learn root terms that refer to both male and female anatomical structures.

Neurosensory Terms and Root-Term Review

In this lesson, we'll finish up our discussion about root terms. You'll learn root terms that are associated with the neurosensory system, including nerves, the eyes, ears, brain, and spinal cord. Then we'll begin doing something a little different—at the end of the lesson, we'll do a little review session to help you remember all of the root terms that you've learned up to this point.

Prefixes and Suffixes A through H

In today's lesson, you'll learn about prefixes and suffixes that are common in medicine and start with the letters A through H. Starting today, we won't be going through the word associations that we did in previous lessons. By now, you'll find that you can recognize many of these terms as they're used in our normal, everyday language.

Prefixes and Suffixes I through O

In this lesson, we'll continue to progress through the prefixes and suffixes commonly used in medical terminology. Our objective for today is to identify the common medical prefixes and suffixes that begin with the letters I through O.

Prefixes and Suffixes P through Z

Today, we'll complete our tour through the alphabetical listings of the most common prefixes and suffixes used in medical terminology by focusing on prefixes and suffixes that begin with the letters P through Z. You'll find that there are many more terms that medical professionals use less often, and you'll even discover that sometimes a root that you already know is used as a prefix or suffix.

Color Prefixes and Suffixes and Abbreviated Titles

In previous lessons, you learned about common prefixes and suffixes. In today's lesson, we'll study specific prefixes and suffixes that pertain to color. Color is used quite a bit in the medical field because it helps everyone to describe various signs and symptoms. In this lesson, we'll also go over medical abbreviations that are specific to the various occupations and titles of the medical industry. Your assignment in this lesson will change a little as your research becomes a bit more challenging.

Common Abbreviations A through R

The medical community uses an abundance of abbreviations. Some medical facilities don't allow them, but you should still learn the meanings of the most common abbreviations so you'll know them when you see them. For this lesson, we'll study the abbreviations that start with the letters A through R. Your assignment for this lesson will be a bit different—you're going to find words in a medical note that you can replace with the abbreviations that you learned in the lesson.

Common Abbreviations S through W and Specialized Abbreviations

In this lesson, we'll finish our study of medical abbreviations as we explore the abbreviations that begin with letters S through Z. We'll also go over specific abbreviations that refer to hospital areas, laboratory tests, chemistries, and medical symbols. In today's assignment, it's up to you to find the abbreviations that correctly relate to each sentence in a medical note.

Directional Terms and Word Combinations

Here in our final lesson, it's time to put everything you've learned together. We'll look at our roots, prefixes, and suffixes, and see how they create combined medical terms from body system to body system. You'll also learn some directional terms that are commonly used in medicine. You'll find that your assignment for this lesson provides you the opportunity to decipher a complete medical note.

 

Course II: Certificate in Medical Terminology II: A Focus on Human Disease Online Course

There are 12 units of study

The Cardiovascular System
We'll start off this course with medical terminology related to the cardiovascular system. We'll begin by reviewing the major functions and organs of the cardiovascular system, and you'll gain a solid grasp of the terminology related to this system's organs. We'll then move on to a discussion of terminology related to disorders, diagnoses, and treatments related to this essential organ system.

The Lymphatic System, Immunity, and Cancer
In this lesson, we'll go over medical terminology related to the lymphatic system, immunity, and cancer. We'll start out by covering the basic functions and organs of the lymphatic system, and you'll learn strategies your body uses to keep you well. We'll also discuss the relationship between the immune system and cancer. We'll go on to discuss terminology related to specific disorders, diagnostic procedures, and treatment of the organs of the lymphatic system, immunological disorders, and cancer.

The Respiratory System
In this lesson, you'll learn the names and functions of the organs of both the upper and lower tracts of the respiratory system. We'll talk about this organ system's crucial role in getting oxygen to your tissues and removing carbon dioxide from your body, and we'll review a few of its other functions as well. We'll then discuss terminology related to specific disorders of the respiratory system, diagnostic procedures, and treatment.

The Nervous System
In this lesson, we'll explore terminology related to the functions, structures, and disorders of the nervous system. You'll learn that this system contains two divisions: the central nervous system and the peripheral nervous system. We'll discuss terminology related to disorders of both these divisions of the nervous system, as well as diagnostic procedures and treatment.

The Endocrine System
The endocrine system consists of glands that secrete substances (called hormones) into the bloodstream. From there, hormones travel to target cells−cells that will be affected by particular hormones. Disorders of this system commonly occur and can cause people significant problems. In this lesson, we'll discuss terminology related to the glands and hormones of this system, some of its disorders, diagnostic procedures, and treatment.

The Skeletal System
The skeletal system plays a number of important roles in the function of the human body, including movement, protection, blood cell production, support, and mineral and fat storage. Its structures often experience injuries and disease. In this lesson, we'll go over terminology related to the skeletal system's structures, as well as disorders, diagnostic procedures, and treatment of the bones, joints, and spine.

The Muscular System
The muscular system consists of muscle tissue, the fascia that surrounds muscles, and the tendons that attach muscles to bones. With over 600 muscles in the human body, disorders of this organ system are fairly common. In this lesson, we'll discuss terminology related to problems with this organ system, diagnostic procedures, and several types of treatment.

The Integumentary System
The integumentary system includes the largest single organ in your body—your skin, as well as sebaceous and sweat glands, hair, and nails. People often suffer from disorders of this organ system, and in this lesson, we'll cover terminology related to a number of them. We'll discuss terminology related to disorders of both the skin and its accessory organs, as well as diagnostic procedures and treatment.

The Urinary System
One of your organ systems works hard to keep your blood from poisoning you by removing dangerous waste products and putting them into urine−the urinary system. This system contains just four different organs, but its proper function is essential to your health. In this lesson, we'll discuss medical terminology related to a number of disorders of the urinary system, their diagnoses, and treatment.

The Digestive System
The digestive system contains more organs that any other organ system. Some of those organs make up a passageway, called the alimentary canal, which allows food to pass from your mouth, down into your stomach, through your intestines, and then leave your body. Other organs, called accessory organs, secrete substances that help break down the food and liquids you ingest into molecules that your body can use. We'll cover terminology related to diseases of the digestive system's organs in this lesson, as well as terminology related to both diagnostic and treatment procedures.

The Male Reproductive System
The male reproductive system is made up of both external and internal reproductive organs. In this lesson, we'll briefly review the functions of the male reproductive system as well as the organs that make up this system. We'll then cover terminology related to disorders of both the external and internal male reproductive organs, diagnostic procedures, and treatment options.

The Female Reproductive System
We'll begin this lesson with a brief overview of the organs of the female reproductive systems and their functions. We'll also go over medical terminology related to disorders of the organs of this system, as well as disorders related to the menstrual cycle and pregnancy. We'll then discuss terminology related to diagnosing disorders of this system and a number of different treatments.

Entry requirements

Students must have basic literacy and numeracy skills.

Minimum education

Open entry. Previous schooling and academic achievements are not required for entry into this course.

Computer requirements

Students will need access to a computer and the internet. 

Minimum specifications for the computer are:

Windows:

  • Microsoft Windows XP, or later
  • Modern and up to date browser (Internet Explorer 8 or later, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

MAC/iOS

  • OSX/iOS 6 or later
  • Modern and up to date browser (Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

All systems

  • Internet bandwidth of 1Mb or faster
  • Flash player or a browser with HTML5 video capabilities(Currently Internet Explorer 9, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

Students will also need access the following applications:

Adobe Acrobat Reader

Adobe PDF plug - in ( a free download obtained at Adobe.com)

Email

Through well-crafted lessons, expert online instruction and interaction with your tutor, participants in these courses gain valuable knowledge at their convenience. They have the flexibility to study at their own pace combined with enough structure and support to complete the course. And they can access the classroom 24/7 from anywhere with an Internet connection.

New sessions of each course run every month. They last six weeks, with two new lessons being released weekly. The courses are entirely Web-based with comprehensive lessons, quizzes, and assignments. A dedicated professional instructor facilitates every course; pacing learners, answering questions, giving feedback, and facilitating discussions.

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Delivery Mode: Online
Course Access: 12 - 16 weeks
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Time required: 48 hours
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Qualification: Certificate

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