¡Hola a todos! Doc Molly here with the latest news from docmolly.com. We are updating the Review of Systems module in our History and Exam course, while we continue to make advanced clinical encounter lessons.
🧱 Back to the basics.
No matter what level of Spanish we speak, it's good to review the basics, so we'll do just that as I update the Review of Systems module in our beginner-intermediate level course covering a complete History and Exam in Spanish. Together, we will refresh our medical Spanish vocabulary regarding symptoms of the human body, system by system.
🤓 More advanced clinical encounter lessons!
Now, if you are thinking, "No, I want Doc Molly to continue making advanced lessons entirely in Spanish!" No te preocupes. I heard you. (Thank you for answering our survey. 🤗)
We will continue creating advanced clinical encounter lessons, primarily in Spanish. We have two more cardiac arrest scenarios, and then on to seizures, substance use disorder, and anaphylaxis! ¿Cuál quieres escuchar primero? I will intermix the updated Review of Systems lessons with the more advanced clinical encounter lessons.
💎 Clear communication is our goal!
In medicine, effective and accurate communication is critical. That is why I always work with native Spanish speakers to create our lessons. For this Review of Systems update, I am consulting with my Spanish teachers from Latin America, and I have teamed up with the talented Luis Almeida from Venezuela to record all the Spanish in these lessons. His crystal-clear Spanish recordings will ensure we learn authentic, natural Spanish that our native Spanish-speaking patients will appreciate.
📚 Our Review of Systems Lessons
Here is a list of all our Review of Systems lessons. You will notice that I cover more than one system in a couple of the lessons. I did this based on the natural progression of questions I follow while completing a Review of Systems with my patients. For example, before listening to a patient’s chest, I will ask about both respiratory and cardiac symptoms.
- Constitutional Symptoms – Updated!
- Skin and Musculoskeletal Symptoms – Updated!
- ENT (Eyes, Nose, and Throat) and Cardiopulmonary
As I update each lesson, it will be available for FREE here on the site and through the Medical Spanish Podcast for a limited time.
🩺 Want to dive deeper?
If you’re serious about speaking medical Spanish, check out our History and Exam course. This course covers the essentials at a beginner to intermediate level. The explanations are in English. We use an audio flashcard format with pauses for you to practice each term and phrase in Spanish. It’s perfect for those just starting their medical Spanish journey, and the advanced speaker looking for a comprehensive review of medical Spanish terminology used during patient evaluations. We cover the following:
- Greetings and Introductions
- History of Present Illness
- Past Medical and Surgical History
- Family History
- Social History
- Head-to-Toe Exam
📝 ¿Te apuntas? (Are you in?)
Sign up now for our Medical Spanish History and Exam course. It’s all you need to communicate confidently with your Spanish-speaking patients.
Learn a Complete History and Exam in Spanish.
Let's bridge the language gap in medicine together. Join us as we learn how to express symptoms of the human body, system by system, and make a difference in the lives of our patients.
¡Nos vemos en la siguiente lección!
Un fuerte abrazo 🤗,