Free Resources for Doctors

20060909-121226During the initial months of resettlement, we know it can be difficult to support the long-term career goals of resettled refugees who want to re-enter the medical field as doctors.

Here are two free resources from the Educational Commission for Foreign Graduates that clients can access on their own during and beyond their first few months of resettlement.

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1.  The One Dozen Most Important Things You May Not Have Known, Understood, or Realized about American MedicineThis is a series of modules that offers a quick in the culture of the American healthcare system.  

2.  Tips for Understanding US Medical Jargon — The use of informal language is common in the medical world, and there are a variety of abbreviations, idioms/slang terms, and “medicalese” that American healthcare professionals employ on a regular basis.  Using these abbreviations and terms properly is important to avoid being misinterpreted or appearing insensitive.

Both of these resources crossed my desk through an email from IMPRINT, a coalition of organizations active in the emerging field of immigrant professional integration.  You can sign up for their mailing list here. http://www.imprintproject.org/

 

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