HLTH 003 (12859
MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY – SPRING 2013
Michael J. Abajian MD, MPHLecturer, Department of NursingOffice: 218 RowellPhone: 802-656-3770Email: email@example.comOffice Hours: By AppointmentWelcome to Medical Terminology Online! As course instructor, I will be available to guide and supportyou throughout the semester as you progress through the learning modules. I am available to answer anyquestions you might have along the way; however, as this is an exercise in independent learning, you willneed to keep yourself organized and on schedule so things don’t end up sneaking up on you at the end of thesemester. Questions are best addressed via e-mail, phone, or in person on campus during posted officehours. Good luck!
(a copy is on reserve at Dana Library)Leonard, P. C. (2012).
Building a medical vocabulary with Spanish translations
ed.). St. Louis, MO:Elsevier. [ISBN: 978-1-4377-2784-5]
Required Access Code from Elsevier:
Elsevier Publishing Company developed and publishes these online learning modules, thus, each student isrequired to purchase an individual access code as a means for paying royalty to the publisher for its work.Access codes can be purchased at the UVM Bookstore in two ways.(1). Book, user guide and access code may be purchased as a bundle [ISBN:
(2) User guide and access code may be purchased without the textbook [ISBN: 9781455708383]
In the event that a student experiences difficulties related to his/her Access Code purchased at theUVM Bookstore, Tara Tanner from Elsevier Publishing will provide technical support and may becontacted firstname.lastname@example.orgIf you purchased online (or places other than the UVMBookstore) and your access code does not work,
Elsevier Publishing or the UVM Bookstorewill be able to replace that access code.
This is an online course developed by Elsevier Publishing that focuses on the terminology used by medicaland healthcare professionals. There is no on campus component. Students become "independent learners"because there are no
classes, lectures, labs, discussions, or meeting times. Students study the online learningmodules
and the textbook and then take an online exam
any time of their choosing as long as it is before theend of the course. A suggested schedule is provided for these exams to help you avoid procrastination andlast minute cramming.A
is located in the “Course Documents” in the BlackBoard Course
and provides a niceoverview of how the online learning modules are setup.