12 Day Alaska Tatshenshini River Expedition
A River Lost in Time
Alaska rafting on the Tatshenshini-Alsek Rivers.
What are the topics covered in your programs?
- Spanish Basics
- Brief Clinical History
- Comprehensive Physical Exam
- Anatomy and Physiology Review
- 10 Most Common Illnesses: description, treatment and patient education
Who will be the Spanish Instructors?
Our native Spanish-speaking instructors are both experienced and engaging. Each possesses a university degree and is passionate about sharing his or her knowledge.
What is your Spanish Course model?
In addition to the strong emphasis on conversational skills, proper language learning also includes practice and training in the following areas of communication:
- Communicative Competence
- Oral Expression, Pronunciation, and Fluency
- Grammar and Structure
- Vocabulary and Accuracy
- Reading Comprehension
- Composition and Spelling
What distinguishes your programs from others?
Our programs were designed by world-class faculty who have had extensive experience in global health and international medicine. The programs provide an in-depth review of current global health topics and share practical tips for doing medical work abroad that is socially responsible and sustainable.
How will the Spanish Courses be conducted?
The program is 4 hrs a day with two small breaks. Rather than follow the lessons and activities of a single textbook, we utilize a variety of well-defined content and linguistic goals that remain flexible to the competencies, needs, and interests of our students. All course materials, including a Medical Spanish workbook, will be provided by the instructors.
How can I join a MedTreks Medical Spanish Bootcamp in 2019?
Email us to receive a full itinerary with application and registration packet.