Spanish for Healthcare Providers: A Self-Paced Instructional Series
Spanish for Healthcare Providers, you will begin by understanding the fundamentals of learning a foreign language. You’ll learn about where the language is spoken and the basic foundations of the language such as the alphabet and common greetings. As you progress through the module, you’ll learn about culture, nouns, verb conjugation and vocabulary for: numbers, time, money, food, clothing, and anatomy.
Spanish for Healthcare Providers, you will begin learning how to conduct patient assessments in Spanish. You’ll also learn family vocab, irregular verbs, skin assessment, respiratory assessment, and cardiovascular assessment. By the completion of the module, you’ll also know vocabulary for colors, giving directions and the proper use of the verbs ser and estar.
Spanish for Healthcare Providers, you’ll learn how to assess the gastrointestinal system, the genitourinary system, musculoskeletal system, reproductive system and labor and delivery. You’ll also learn vocabulary for the calendar, professions, emotions, remedies, medical equipment, medications and specialists.
Spanish for Healthcare Providers, you’ll pull all of your skills together to create fluent sentences. You’ll also take a look at complementary and alternative medicine/folk medicine.
Tracey Long, PhD, MSN, RN, APRN-BC, CDE, CNE, CCRN, has worked in endocrinology, critical care, and primary care, earning degrees from Brigham Young University, Purdue University, UNLV, and Charisma. Dr. Long is a critical care clinical instructor, a Certified Diabetes Care and Education Specialist, (Previously called CDE), has developed diabetes education programs and teaches a diabetes educator certification course.
Financial: Tracey Long has employment relationships with College of Southern Nevada, Travelers Education Group, and Chamberlain College. She receives a speaking honorarium and recording royalties from PESI, Inc. She has no relevant financial relationships with ineligible organizations.
Non-financial: Tracey Long is a member of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners, the American Association Critical Care Nurses, and the American Diabetes Association.