Table of Contents
UNIT 1. MAKING THE DIAGNOSIS.
Lesson 1. So, what can I do for you?
Lesson 2. Taking a medical history.
Lesson 3. I'd like to examine you.
Lesson 4. What's the preliminary diagnosis?
Lesson 5. Let me explain your diet.
Lesson 6. To put it more simply.
Team Project 1.
UNIT 2. WORKING UNDER PRESSURE.
Lesson 1. If you are not sure, ask.
Lesson 2. He'll be fine, Mr Slenkovich.
Lesson 3. Has he ever fainted before?
Lesson 4. I'd like to ask you a few questions.
Lesson 5. We need to take a sample.
Lesson 6. Can I explain the procedure?
Team Project 2.
UNIT 3. BREAKING BAD NEWS.
Lesson 1. Can you describe the pain?
Lesson 2. It's how you say it.
Lesson 3. It's getting you down, isn't it?
Lesson 4. We need a psychiatric evaluation.
Lesson 5. It might be multiple sclerosis.
Lesson 6. Breaking bad news.
Team Project 3.
UNIT 4. CALLING IN THE STROKE TEAM.
Lesson 1. She can hardly speak.
Lesson 2. How many fingers can you see?
Lesson 3. We need to run a few more tests.
Lesson 4. What medication would you prescribe?
Lesson 5. Let's decide your rehabilitation plan.
Lesson 6. I'm going to teach you some exercises.
Team Project 4.
UNIT 5. REFERRING A PATIENT.
Lesson 1. I can't put up with the pain.
Lesson 2. Thank you for referring the patient.
Lesson 3. Let's examine your mouth.
Lesson 4. Follow the post-operative advice.
Lesson 5. Your test results are back.
Lesson 6. A happy ending.
Team Project 5.