Learn how to use the “Xhosa” language in the most appropriate and natural way in a medical environment with this specialised course on IsiXhosa for Healthcare: The Nurse. Being able to show multilingualism in South Africa and all regions of the world shows commitment to diversity and a desire to put the patient first. You can learn the exact terminology and pronunciation of IsiXhosa words for clinical use right here.
By taking this advanced IsiXhosa tutorial, you will quickly learn about the sounds and “clicks” that are crucial to communication. You will also learn how to describe human body areas, greet a patient, provide appropriate counselling phrases, know the type of conversation needed in wards and clinics, provide concise details about medication, and use euphemisms when necessary.
This is a unique opportunity for practising and student nurses to become comfortable with this language’s flexibility and use it to communicate with patients.
The course is delivered through our online learning platform, accessible through any internet-connected device. There are no formal deadlines or teaching schedules, meaning you are free to study the course at your own pace.
You are taught through a combination of
- Video lessons
- Online study materials
Will I receive a certificate of completion?
Upon successful completion, you will qualify for the UK and internationally-recognised CPD accredited certification. You can choose to make your achievement formal by obtaining your PDF Certificate at the cost of £9 and Hard Copy Certificate for £15.
Why study this course
It doesn’t matter if you are an aspiring professional or absolute beginner; this course will enhance your expertise and boost your CV with critical skills and an accredited certification attesting to your knowledge.
The IsiXhosa for Healthcare: The Nurse is fully available to anyone, and no previous qualifications are needed to enrol. All One Education needs to know is that you are eager to learn and are over 16.
|Section 01: Introduction|
|The sounds of isiXhosa||00:07:00|
|The sounds of isiXhosa – 2||00:09:00|
|The “C” click||00:09:00|
|The “Q” click||00:07:00|
|The “X” click||00:06:00|
|Section 02: The Human Body|
|The Human Body – 1||00:05:00|
|The Human Body – 2||00:03:00|
|The Human Body – 3||00:04:00|
|The Human Body – 4||00:04:00|
|Section 03: Meeting the patient|
|Meeting the patient -1||00:06:00|
|Meeting the patient – 2||00:06:00|
|The patient’s personal details – 1||00:05:00|
|The patient’s personal details – 2||00:05:00|
|Pre- operative details||00:05:00|
|Section 04: Health Counselling|
|Counselling on nutrition||00:06:00|
|Counselling on nutrition – 2||00:03:00|
|Counselling on dental care||00:03:00|
|Counselling on the dangers of smoking||00:06:00|
|Counselling on the merits of stopping smoking||00:04:00|
|Section 05: Disease Counselling|
|Counselling on diabetes||00:05:00|
|Counselling on tuberculosis||00:04:00|
|Counselling on tuberculosis – 2||00:03:00|
|AIDS Counselling – 2||00:04:00|
|AIDS Counselling – 3||00:04:00|
|Section 06: The Nurse in the Clinic|
|Family Planning – 2||00:07:00|
|Assisting with a presenting problem||00:05:00|
|Counselling young women||00:02:00|
|Section 07: The Nurse in the ward|
|Pre- operative details||00:05:00|
|Assisting a patient in the ward||00:03:00|
|Section 08: Medication|
|Quantities of medication to take||00:01:00|
|Where to store medication||00:01:00|
|Section 09: Precautions and side-effects|
|Precautions when taking medication||00:03:00|
|Possible side-effects or physical problems||00:07:00|
|Section 10: Euphemisms|
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