Learn about the components of the urinalysis which is an integral part of the daily lab data an MT must transcribe. Understanding the components and way of notating them will improve the transcriptionist's skill level.
No matter how informative, unique, or important your content is, if your readers can't understand it, you will lose them. Here's help for those who have trouble writing clearly in English.
What is the difference between i.e. and e.g.? Definitions and examples.
Discusses the limitations of a prescriptive grammar and the development of a more liberal approach that resulted in a variety of descriptive grammars as linguistics developed into a separate discipline.
Learning English grammar can actually be enjoyable! Here we explore the poor, misused comma. Learn about serials, appositives, independent clauses, and when not to use commas. Includes examples and funny images!
Hurtful words can penetrate the human soul and leave it's ugly impact for a lifetime. Do we know how we truly come across to others? Words can either lift us up or destroy the human spirit.
Medical transcription grammar is more important than ever today with the use of speech recognition technology. A medical transcriptionist needs to know how to punctuate and note blood work to ensure reduction in critical patient safety errors.
I have a heart, you have a heart, we all have hearts. What do they do? How do we use that word? What phrases can we create? What situations can we illustrate with it?
A guide with definitions and examples to help understad the degrees of adjectives: positive, comparative and superlative.
Transcriptionists are responsible for huge amounts of diagnostic data. It is critical that the MT of today knows how to correctly transcribe using correct punctuation and grammar such tests as the BMP and the CMP.