Each week, you will be asked to respond to the prompt or prompts in the discussion forum

Each week, you will be asked to respond to the prompt or prompts in the discussion forum. Your initial post should be 75-150 words in length, and is due on Sunday. By Tuesday, you should respond to two additional posts from your peers. 

Discussion A:

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It is very helpful to use the new words you are learning in the context they will be used. It helps you relate the MTs to the meaning. Each week you will practice using the new words.

(Exemplar: 6 y/o male presented with likely gastroenteritis. C/o nausea without emesis, diarrhea, flatulence, and eructating. Denies rebound tenderness, r/o appendicitis. No pyrexia, but anorexia for two days.

Definitions:

Gastroenteritis:Nausea:Emesis:Diarrhea:Flatulence:Eructating:

Appendicitis:Pyrexia: Anorexia)

Use each of the MTs in a short paragraph of your creation.

Include the following aspects in the discussion:

  • Randomly go through the assigned chapters and choose five MTs.
  • The paragraph should be long enough to ensure each MT is thoroughly used
  • Each MD word should be from the assigned chapter(s) and pertain to anatomy and physiology
  • Underline each MT and place definitions for each at the end of the initial discussion post
  • Discuss peers posts, were the MTs used correctly?

View your discussion rubric. 

202009W4 Discussion 2 

Each week, you will be asked to respond to the prompt or prompts in the discussion forum. Your initial post should be 75-150 words in length, and is due on Sunday. By Tuesday, you should respond to two additional posts from your peers. 

Discussion B:

I have found that learning is increased when students practice going in both directions; formal to informal, and informal to formal. The primary focus is the Pathophysiology in this discussion. Anatomy and Physiology shows us how the body is supposed to work. Pathophysiology is the study of something that has gone wrong.

See the examples of the informal and formal paragraphs:

(Exemplar: Casual: I fell off my motorcycle and broke my arm. It hurt something terrible and the bones was sticking right through my arm. The medic said it was cutting of my blood flow and my fingers were numb and purply. I was really worried the doctors would have to cut them right off. But when I got to the hospital, I saw a special bone doctor and he fixed me right up.

Exemplar: Formal: The patient sustained an open compound fracture of the radius. He was complaining of severe 10/10 pain. Circulation distal to the injury was decreased. Fingers were pale with paresthesia. The patient asked if his fingers would have to be amputated. The patient was referred to an orthopedic specialist.)

Produce an informal paragraph about a pathology, then convert the paragraph into a formal one using the proper MTs.

Include the following aspects in the discussion:

  • Use MTs from the chapter readings for this week
  • The response should be long enough to ensure the chosen MTs are used and thoroughly supported
  • The MT words should pertain to pathophysiology
  • Underline the MT and supporting MTs and place definitions for each at the end of the initial discussion post
  • Discuss peers’ posts, were the MTs used correctly?

View your discussion rubric. 

161608W5 Discussion 

Each week, you will be asked to respond to the prompt or prompts in the discussion forum. Your initial post should be 75-150 words in length, and is due on Sunday. By Tuesday, you should respond to two additional posts from your peers. 

Discussion A: 

There are 12 body systems. Each body system has numerous medical terms. Depending on the type of facility you will be working in you will need to become very familiar with particular body systems. For example, if you work within a Heart Facility, most like you will be familiar with medical terms associated with the cardiovascular body system. Some professions are categorized as specialty professions, such as Orthopedics (related to Skeletal and Muscular Systems), Urology/Gastrology (related to Urinary and Digestive Systems), Obstetric (related to Reproductive female system). There are many options to select from and as health care evolves more opportunities are being made available to newly graduate students.

It is very helpful to use the new words you are learning in the context they will be used. It helps you relate the MTs to the meaning. Each week you will practice using the new words.

(Exemplar: 6 y/o male presented with likely gastroenteritis. C/o nausea without emesis, diarrhea, flatulence, and eructating. Denies rebound tenderness, r/o appendicitis. No pyrexia, but anorexia for two days.

Definitions:

Gastroenteritis:Nausea:Emesis:Diarrhea:Flatulence:Eructating:

Appendicitis:Pyrexia: Anorexia)

Use each of the words in a short paragraph of your creation.

Include the following aspects in the discussion:

  • Randomly go through the assigned chapters and choose five MTs.
  • The paragraph should be long enough to ensure each MT is thoroughly used
  • Each MD word should be from the assigned chapter(s) and pertain to anatomy and physiology
  • Underline each MT and place definitions for each at the end of the initial discussion post
  • Discuss peers posts, were the MTs used correctly?

View your discussion rubric. 

0000W5 Discussion 2 

Each week, you will be asked to respond to the prompt or prompts in the discussion forum. Your initial post should be 75-150 words in length, and is due on Sunday. By Tuesday, you should respond to two additional posts from your peers. 

Discussion B:

I have found that learning is increased when students practice going in both directions; formal to informal, and informal to formal. The primary focus is the Pathophysiology in this discussion. Anatomy and Physiology show us how the body is supposed to work. Pathophysiology is the study of something that has gone wrong.

See the examples of the informal and formal paragraphs:

(Exemplar: Casual: I fell off my motorcycle and broke my arm. It hurt something terrible and the bones were sticking right through my arm. The medic said it was cutting of my blood flow and my fingers were numb and purply. I was really worried the doctors would have to cut them right off. But when I got to the hospital, I saw a special bone doctor and he fixed me right up.

Exemplar: Formal: The patient sustained an open compound fracture of the radius. He was complaining of severe 10/10 pain. Circulation distal to the injury was decreased. Fingers were pale with paresthesia. The patient asked if his fingers would have to be amputated. The patient was referred to an orthopedic specialist.)

Produce an informal paragraph about a pathology, then convert the paragraph into a formal one using the proper MTs.

Include the following aspects in the discussion:

  • Use MTs from the chapter readings for this week
  • The response should be long enough to ensure the chosen MTs are used and thoroughly supported
  • The MT words should pertain to pathophysiology
  • Underline the MT and supporting MTs and place definitions for each at the end of the initial discussion post
  • Discuss peers’ posts, were the MTs used correctly?

View your discussion rubric. 

0000W6 Discussion 

Each week, you will be asked to respond to the prompt or prompts in the discussion forum. Your initial post should be 75-150 words in length, and is due on Sunday. By Tuesday, you should respond to two additional posts from your peers. 

Discussion A:

It is very helpful to use the new words you are learning in the context they will be applied. It helps you relate the MTs to the meaning. Each week you will practice using the new words.

(Exemplar: 6 y/o male presented with likely gastroenteritis. C/o nausea without emesis, diarrhea, flatulence, and eructating. Denies rebound tenderness, r/o appendicitis. No pyrexia, but anorexia for two days.

Definitions:

Gastroenteritis:Nausea:Emesis:Diarrhea:Flatulence:Eructating:

Appendicitis:Pyrexia: Anorexia)

Use each of the words in a short paragraph of your creation.

Include the following aspects in the discussion:

  • Randomly go through the assigned chapters and choose five MTs.
  • The paragraph should be long enough to ensure each MT is thoroughly used
  • Each MD word should be from the assigned chapter(s) and pertain to anatomy and physiology
  • Underline each MT and place definitions for each at the end of the initial discussion post
  • Discuss peers posts, were the MTs used correctly?

View your discussion rubric. 

0000W6 Discussion 2 

Each week, you will be asked to respond to the prompt or prompts in the discussion forum. Your initial post should be 75-150 words in length, and is due on Sunday. By Tuesday, you should respond to two additional posts from your peers. 

Discussion B:

I have found that learning is increased when students practice going in both directions; formal to informal, and informal to formal. The primary focus is the Pathophysiology in this discussion. Anatomy and Physiology show us how the body is supposed to work. Pathophysiology is the study of something that has gone wrong.

See the examples of the informal and formal paragraphs:

(Exemplar: Casual: I fell off my motorcycle and broke my arm. It hurt something terrible and the bones was sticking right through my arm. The medic said it was cutting of my blood flow and my fingers were numb and purply. I was really worried the doctors would have to cut them right off. But when I got to the hospital, I saw a special bone doctor and he fixed me right up.

Exemplar: Formal: The patient sustained an open compound fracture of the radius. He was complaining of severe 10/10 pain. Circulation distal to the injury was decreased. Fingers were pale with paresthesia. The patient asked if his fingers would have to be amputated. The patient was referred to an orthopedic specialist.)

Produce an informal paragraph about a pathology, then convert the paragraph into a formal one using the proper MTs.

Include the following aspects in the discussion:

  • Use MTs from the chapter readings for this week
  • The response should be long enough to ensure the chosen MTs are used and thoroughly supported
  • The MT words should pertain to pathophysiology
  • Underline the MT and supporting MTs and place definitions for each at the end of the initial discussion post
  • Discuss peers’ posts, were the MTs used correctly?

View your discussion rubric. 

0000W7 Discussion 

Each week, you will be asked to respond to the prompt or prompts in the discussion forum. Your initial post should be 75-150 words in length, and is due on Sunday. By Tuesday, you should respond to two additional posts from your peers. 

Discussion A:

It is very helpful to use the new words you are learning in the context they will be used. It helps you relate the MTs to the meaning. Each week you will practice using the new words.

(Exemplar: 6 y/o male presented with likely gastroenteritis. C/o nausea without emesis, diarrhea, flatulence, and eructating. Denies rebound tenderness, r/o appendicitis. No pyrexia, but anorexia for two days.

Definitions:

Gastroenteritis:Nausea:Emesis:Diarrhea:Flatulence:Eructating:

Appendicitis:Pyrexia: Anorexia)

Use each of the words in a short paragraph of your creation.

Include the following aspects in the discussion:

  • Randomly go through the assigned chapters and choose five MTs.
  • The paragraph should be long enough to ensure each MT is thoroughly used
  • Each MD word should be from the assigned chapter(s) and pertain to anatomy and physiology
  • Underline each MT and place definitions for each at the end of the initial discussion post
  • Discuss peers posts, were the MTs used correctly?

View your discussion rubric. 

0000W7 Discussion 2 

Each week, you will be asked to respond to the prompt or prompts in the discussion forum. Your initial post should be 75-150 words in length, and is due on Sunday. By Tuesday, you should respond to two additional posts from your peers. 

Discussion B:

I have found that learning is increased when students practice going in both directions; formal to informal, and informal to formal. The primary focus is the Pathophysiology in this discussion. Anatomy and Physiology shows us how the body is supposed to work. Pathophysiology is the study of something that has gone wrong.

See the examples of the informal and formal paragraphs:

(Exemplar: Casual: I fell off my motorcycle and broke my arm. It hurt something terrible and the bones was sticking right through my arm. The medic said it was cutting of my blood flow and my fingers were numb and purply. I was really worried the doctors would have to cut them right off. But when I got to the hospital, I saw a special bone doctor and he fixed me right up.

Exemplar: Formal: The patient sustained an open compound fracture of the radius. He was complaining of severe 10/10 pain. Circulation distal to the injury was decreased. Fingers were pale with paresthesia. The patient asked if his fingers would have to be amputated. The patient was referred to an orthopedic specialist.)

Produce an informal paragraph about a pathology, then convert the paragraph into a formal one using the proper MTs.

Include the following aspects in the discussion:

  • Use MTs from the chapter readings for this week
  • The response should be long enough to ensure the chosen MTs are used and thoroughly supported
  • The MT words should pertain to pathophysiology
  • Underline the MT and supporting MTs and place definitions for each at the end of the initial discussion post
  • Discuss peers’ posts, were the MTs used correctly?

View your discussion rubric. 

0000W8 Discussion 

Each week, you will be asked to respond to the prompt or prompts in the discussion forum. Your initial post should be 75-150 words in length, and is due on Sunday. By Tuesday, you should respond to two additional posts from your peers. 

Please respond to BOTH of the following discussion topics and submit them to the discussion forum as a single post. 

Discussion A:

Medical terminology will be used throughout your health profession career. Over the past eight weeks you learned the different body system, word parts, abbreviations, pros and cons of using medical terms. You have also been able to associate real words to medical terms. The next time you encounter a broken “toe” will you be using the term phalanges. When you are running on a treadmill and your heart rate is increased will you think “heart rate” or will you think of the medical term tachycardia? You are now be able to identify when yourself or your family member need to seek a specialist which specialty to seek. 

Convey your experience, in your own words.

Include the following aspects in the discussion:

  • Describe the week you struggled to learn the topic and/or assignment and please list why.
  • What did you enjoy most about class and why?

Discussion B:

Read this article on the history of the Language of Medicine.

Investigate the History of the Language of Medicine

Include the following aspects in the discussion:

  • Was it easier to follow the article now that you have completed this course?
  • What did you find most interesting?
  • What point(s) did you disagree with?
  • Discuss how you feel about the development of Medical Terminology

View your discussion rubric. 

0000W8 Discussion 2 

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