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Yousra Yousra wrote on June 13, 2017 at 12:20 pm:
This course was just what we needed in our first year of med school. We were being taught essential medical terms and procedures; by a teacher who made it fun. It was definitely the break I waited for to separate myself from all the crowdedness of lectures and other modules (pbl, ics, etc.).
The most influential aspect of this course was our amazing teacher AyลŸe hocam. Her enthusiasm and passion shone in every single thing she taught.
Also, the content was very relevant, hence useful for the lectures that required going in deeper into a specific topic.
I wouldn't imagine anyone to have taught us this but AyลŸe hoca.
Fatemeh Fatemeh from Tabriz wrote on June 9, 2017 at 11:43 am:
Merhabalar hocammm i hope everything is going great with you.i really want to thank you and our faculty to provide us this peeeeerfect lesson.medical english is one of the best and most useful lessons,specially the terminology part.it helps us sooo much to learn our other lectures easier and better and it's sooo fun😍😍we really had great times in medical english classes,didn't even notice when the time passed!😍and as i mentioned,helped us so much.i wish these awesome lectures will continue in coming years and makes medicine easier and fun!you were like a perfect friend and a kind mother instead of a typical strict teacher,so thank you for great times we had,smiles you brought to our faces,classes,lectures and evvvverything😊🌸wish to see you soon and have perfect times🌸🌸🌸
SรถฤŸรผt SรถฤŸรผt from LefkoลŸa wrote on June 7, 2017 at 3:03 pm:
In my opinion, Medical English provides a general knowledge about all lessons that first you learn in med english and afterwards you dive deep in the lectures about it and the subject becomes easier. The best part is terminology which enables us to recognize what does a latin term says even if we dont know it.
Ege Ege from LefkoลŸa wrote on June 5, 2017 at 2:43 pm:
Merhaba hocamm😁First of all i wish you a wonderful holiday...i will miss you💕One year passed very quickly without being aware of..it was a year with lots of responsibilities but it was also a great year that i gained many great friends and lecturers like you..thank you for everything...thanks for being with us and always supporting,motivating us ...you were not only our teacher but also like our mother,sister ...thanks for really caring about us and trying to be beneficial and helpful for us....

Medical English course was really beneficial course, especially the terminology and abbreviations part...by this way we can understand some medical terms we see in books,internet or during lectures much easier by linking them with the things we learnt in lectures with you...the only feedback that i can give will be the timing of report writing...may be it could be much earlier and not with terminology part that we could find more time for writing our reports much better...and the last think that i can add is that at the terminology part the exercises would be less or we could do some of them by ourselves at home to practice and check them from answer key that could be provided rather than repeating them during lectures...again thanks for everything💜💚💛
Hatice Hatice from cyprus wrote on June 4, 2017 at 7:40 am:
Merhaba hocam 😊
Nasฤฑlsฤฑniz....😉
Umarim sen iyi bir tatil geรงiriyorsunuz......
First I will said โ€ฆ
Thank you for every things โ€ฆโค
For your love and appreciation and support usโ€ฆ.
For sharing with us at difficult times and joy โ€ฆ..
For being good friend and mentor and light for us 💕โ€ฆโ€ฆ
We really spent a fun and happy time with youโ€ฆ..
iyiki varsiniz hocam โ€ฆ..😍
your teach is wonderful โ€ฆ..
you really worked hard to teach us with using technical like video for make understand more โ€ฆ.
medical english course was very usefulโ€ฆ..
we learn in it medical vocabulary which help us for diagnosis and describe condition of patient and treatmentโ€ฆ..
also it is trained us how to communicate with patient โ€ฆ..
I want to give you strategy which can maybe help students to keep information in mind
That is by gameโ€ฆ..
This game can be used in medical terminology
It is like Cards โ€ฆ
In this cards you will write words or letters or โ€ฆetc.
And make students to order cards according to definition to wordโ€ฆ.
Like challenge will rise enthusiasm between students to keep information quicklyโ€ฆ
my teacher used this strategy in class but not always only few times โ€ฆ.
also I want to give one point about write report and presentationโ€ฆ.
it will be better if it is not be in the weeks following the exam....
so that make students do and make it better โ€ฆ.
i hope you will not disturbing because of my comment about this ....
last thing I would like to tell you.. โ€ฆ.some people make the world special just by being in itโ€ฆ😊
and think you again โ€ฆโค
Elif AroฤŸlan Elif AroฤŸlan from Famagusta wrote on June 3, 2017 at 6:52 pm:
Our course was totally perfect. I cannot find anything as a negative feedback. You are a teacher, mother and close friendโ™ฅ๏ธ We all love you so much
ุฌู†ุชุงู† ุฌู†ุชุงู† wrote on June 3, 2017 at 11:41 am:
Amidst the madness of our committee lectures, pbl courses and ICS sessions, the 2016-2017 Medical English course was a brief escape. Not because we love learning terminology but because our teacher was fun. She did not come to the class the do her duty, get paid and leave. She came because she was motivated to actually teach us and because she saw us as her family. She was a mother to most of the foreign students who hadn't seen their own in months. Every single lecture had a moment to remember.
The course was very beneficial when it came to our pbl cases and committee exams. I remember we had a pbl case about "bilateral salpingectomy" and everyone knew that there was a surgical removal of an organ on both sides if the body. This was primarily due the terminology taught during the course.
The visuals used were also very helpful. I still remember what a Transurethtal resection of the prostate is because of the video we watched.
If I were to change anything it would be the layout of the book that was used. At times it felt too crowded and tired my eyes. The content and images were fine however.
In summary:
โ€ขAwesome teacher
โ€ขBeneficial for pbl/committee exams
โ€ขEasy and fun to learn due to visuals
โ€ขA welcome break from the madness of the committee system

Thank you for everything hocam
Mumin Mumin from Kibris wrote on June 3, 2017 at 11:07 am:
Gd afternoon hocam,
wishing you a great and productive holiday inshaAllah ... Now the medical English course 😎 Ill speak for everyone on this that we definitely loved the course just because of who taught us .. you kept it related to what we learn in our committees as much as you could and that's why we saw it as very useful (especially the terminology part)
Anyway, Ill have two points to make in my humble feedback ... one is that the terminology part was a bit repetitive and the second is that the report writing (even though it was as helpful for us as the terminology part .. if not more) was kind of chronologically misplaced .. yani we would have made much more use out of it if it was before our ICS report writing period .. wouldve prepared us much more for it and we would have done better galiba.
I also recommend the movie "The Doctor" (1991) for the first part of the course because it would help in understanding how doctors should actually deal with their patients and how they should deliver any bad news.

If you're still reading this thank you because I know I wrote too much 😂😂
Ayse Kozansoy Ayse Kozansoy from Famagusta wrote on May 24, 2017 at 7:38 am:
Hi everyone,

I will really appreciate if you can take a moment to share your ideas on ENGL131 Medical English course for 2016-2017. You could tell me about what you specifically liked or found unnecessary or things that could be improved about the course. You can also share your best memories during these courses...

Thank you so much...

Ayse Kozansoy
(Course Organiser)😊