Junior advances medical career in Peruvian exchange

Northeastern student Katelyn McNamara poses for a photo. / Photo by Dylan Shen
Northeastern pre-medicine student Katelyn McNamara spent a chunk of her summer studying Spanish and shadowing doctors in Peru . / Photo by Dylan Shen

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تصفح هذا الموقع After discovering Ecela Spanish through a well-placed Instagram ad, Northeastern junior Katelyn McNamara participated in an international Spanish and Medicine immersion program, which helps pre-medicine students enhance their Spanish language skills to better communicate with and help their future patients.

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انقر الآن “We lived with host families who didn’t speak English, or sometimes spoke a little bit of English, but we spoke in Spanish with them,” McNamara said. “The teachers also structured the class in a very casual way so you learned a lot of slang and jargon they use in everyday life.”

المتاجرة في الذهب Ecela Spanish accepts students on the pre-med track from all over the world to participate in their immersion program. Each summer there are four programs, each with 30 students, in Argentina, Chile and Peru. The program aims to help future health care professionals excel in Spanish in order to lessen the language barrier between doctors and their Spanish-speaking patients.

خيار ثنائي الدخول الروبوت “Our goal is to bridge the gap that is currently there for professionals and Spanish,” program director Patricia Silva said.

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اذهب الى هنا “In Lima it was more hands-on,” McNamara said. “There was one doctor and then three students from Ecela so it was more personalized. Whereas in Cusco, we were with a bunch of medical students as well so it was less personal with the doctor, but we got to see more specialties there.”

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قراءة ما قاله Jennifer Baker, who works in educational partnership development at Ecela Spanish, said by becoming bilingual, doctors can provide more proficient health care to their Spanish-speaking patients.

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arbeta hemifrån malmö Ecela Spanish provides up to nine college credits for schools that accept them, Silva said. McNamara said there were students of all different Spanish-speaking levels, but there were classes available for all levels of Spanish in the program.

الصفحة الرئيسية “I think everyone’s was different because there were people who are native Spanish speakers because their parents speak Spanish, so their purpose was to learn medical Spanish specifically,” McNamara said. “They don’t teach that until medical school and a lot of times they don’t teach that in medical school.”