Quota in Decisions
Quinine in demand
4 times a day
2 times a day
Jargon is abbreviations, whereas medical terminology is all the words in full.
Jargon is language that is used or understood by only a select group of people whereas medical terminology is accepted within the broader medical community.
Medical terminology is language that is used or understood by only a select group of people whereas jargon is accepted within the broader medical community.
Jargon is "street talk" language that is used by people who have no medical knowledge whereas medical terminology is for the educated.
So that mistakes aren't made with medications
So that advice to patients is accurate
So that people think you are a doctor
So that you don't make mistakes in regard to treatment
So that a professional image is presented
So that people in the waiting room don't know what you are talking about
Taking a telephone message from a Doctor
Taking a telephone message from a patient
Making an appointment with a specialist
When you are being asked by family or friends to interpret advice from practitioners
Be polite so that it reflects the culture of the organisation
Take notes so that you can read them later for clarification
Put the call on speaker phone so someone else can hear
Use your name so that the client can refer back to you next time they call
Speak clearly so that the client can understand the information you relate
Never ask for clarification of details because this will reflect poorly on the organisation