Networking with physicians can be challenging if it’s something you haven’t done before and if you aren’t familiar with the medical terminology.
But at the same time, this new connection will be invaluable for your career. Here we present several resources for you to begin your networking journey.
These resources range from flashcards to reference books to places you can learn about new research trends:
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
This book by Ruth Werner, LMP, provides up-to-date, evidence-based content with full-color illustrations to help students develop the critical reasoning and thinking skills they will need in their careers. The testing formats in this edition better prepare students for the MBLEX.
Books of Discovery
Need to commit the anatomical structures to memory? Try these flashcards. There are 189 cards that cover the muscles of the human body. These flashcards also include page references in the bottom corner so you can find more info in the book that accompanies the flashcards, which is sold separately.
With more than 700 illustrations and an expanded section on neuroscience, research and special populations, this text by Susan Salvo, D.Ed, LMT, NTS, CI, BCTMB, will help make essential massage therapy principles more approachable.
Researchers around the globe are investigating the benefits and mechanisms of massage therapy for both specific clientele and the general population. Stay up-to-date on the latest research trends in massage therapy and related subjects at massagemag.com/massage-research.
Massage Therapy Foundation Research Literacy Courses
Consider signing up for a class to learn research literacy. The Massage Therapy Foundation offers two courses: Basics of Research Literacy and Teaching Research Literacy.
The Medical Language Lab
This online program is based on proven language methodology and teaches learners basic to advanced levels of proficiency to become a fluent medical language speaker.