I’m publishing one podcast episode per day in the month of November 2020 as part of a challenge called NaPodPoMo. The goal is 30 podcast episodes in 30 days. Except for Fridays, I’m publishing bite-sized episodes to help promote my new online course: Pronounce Drug Names Like a Pro!
Mentioned in this episode
Pronounce Drug Names Like a Pro online course https://www.kimnewlove.com
The USP Dictionary of United States Adopted Names (USAN) and International Drug Names is the leading reference for nonproprietary drug names and chemical structures. See https://www.usp.org/products/usp-dictionary for more information.
Pronouncing drug names can be hard, and searching for pronunciations on the internet can be time-consuming and lead to the wrong answers. Pronounce Drug Names Like a Pro is an online course that cuts the learning curve and shows you how to get the right answers right away. You’ll save time, feel confident, avoid criticism, earn trust, and feel less frustrated.
What makes this course special?
- The focus is United States Adopted Names (nonproprietary drug name pronunciations) from the USP Dictionary Online. The information from the USP Dictionary Online is used with permission. Brand drug names will also be covered.
2. You will see videos of how my mouth moves when I say the drug names. This will help with learner comprehension. Reading lips or watching the mouth move is even more important for individuals with hearing impairments and anyone learning English as a second language.