Clinical Experience

Overview

Applicants to medical schools must have a basic understanding of what a career in medicine entails. Before submitting an application, it is critical that applicants gain patient-focused experience in providing care or service. Our mission at We Speak Science University is to promote educational equity by providing clinical experiences for students interested in careers in medicine, midwifery, nursing, dentistry, physiotherapy, or pharmacy, international medical students, students in their first year of ‘A’ levels or equivalent educational qualifications, graduates, and trainees. We offer a variety of enriching service and training programs that emphasize thoughtful, culturally sensitive patient care that is focused on both a social and medical mission. This course can help students develop important medical, professional, and communication skills. Hands-on, observational, and virtual clinical experiences are developed in collaboration with physicians, institutions, and hospitals, with the belief that students can help improve the healthcare system. Clinical experiences provide an opportunity for all incoming medical students to adopt good practices, as well as a better understanding of what is expected of them as graduates. Graduates will also learn how to interact with co-workers, as well as medical terminology and procedures.

Course content

We go over everything you need to know about the clinical setting. In all of the following classes, we will go over the whole of the depth and provide you with solid, long-lasting knowledge that will be your key to success and deflate your self-confidence in your upcoming career. The following are some of our cutting-edge programs:

 

  • Pediatric Clinical Experience
  • Health Communication skills.
  • Community Health.
  • Educational and Community-based Programs
  • Geriatric Care and Health.
  • The Cost of Health Care.
  • Emergency Health Experience
  • Human Behavioral Health Experience
  • Medical Ethics
  • Mental Health and Mental Disorders
  • Preventive Medicine.
  • Patient Health Education
  • Family Practice Clinical Experience, etc.

Who this course is for

The course is suitable for anyone with a general interest in the science.

 

You do not need to have any prior experience in order to take this course.

Individuals who take part in these clinical experiences will gain knowledge of how to provide medical care and advice to patients from various cultures. The requirements for attending this course vary greatly. Everyone who is interested in pursuing a career in the medical field is welcome to attend.

The following are the most highly recommended groups:

 

  • Students interested in careers in medicine
  • Midwifery
  • Nursing
  • Dentistry
  • Physiotherapy or Pharmacy
  • International medical students
  • Students in their first year of ‘A’ levels or equivalent educational qualifications,
  • Graduates and Trainees.

Learning outcomes

At the end of the course, you should be able to:

 

  • Understanding the many facets of the Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation field.
  • Distinguish the roles of Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Rehabilitation Nursing, and Speech Therapy inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation.
  • Understand Neuropsychology and its role in rehabilitation.
  • In an interdisciplinary setting, deal with a patient-centered care.
  • Recognize the inpatient and outpatient roles of rehabilitation in chronic illness.
  • Understand the meanings of disability and impairment.
  • Distinguish the wide range of patients and diagnoses.
  • Possess the ability to keep a diagnosis, relevant historical/physical, and managerial data for the patient.

Unforeseen circumstances

If the course has to be cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances, we’ll endeavor to give you as much notice as possible and you’ll receive a full refund for the course cost.

Certificates

You’ll receive a certificate at the end of your course.

Further information

If you have any questions about the course you can email at

info@wespeakscience.com

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