Why not test out what it’s like to be a medical professional before jumping in?
If you have questions about what it’s like to be a medical doctor then the For Future Doctors kit is perfect for you. Find out what it’s like to be a doctor, which medical specialty are you best suited for, and get a clear grasp of core medical concepts long before you enter medical school.
After completing this course you’ll know whether a career in medicine is for you – before committing large amounts of money and years of your time.
A career in medicine will take you years of study and a significant financial investment. And that’s before you even start your residency! It’s a huge decision to pursue this kind of career. You might think you’re ready, but are you really confident enough to start down the long path towards a career in medicine?
Experience the life of a doctor with over 50 practical projects.
Learn how to examine patients using the same authentic medical instruments doctors use every day. Practice performing medical procedures and examinations, as well as, how to make accurate diagnoses. And, you’ll find many more insights into what it’s really like to be a doctor.
Significantly increase your chances of fulfilling your dream of becoming a great medical professional.
The For Future Doctors Basic Medical Course is internationally accredited. Register for the assessment at the end of the course (for free) and earn high school credits as well as a certificate you can include with your application to study at Medical School. You’ll earn 75 hours of extracurricular credits and make yourself stand out in the tough med-school selection process.
Launch your career in Medicine today!
The Future Doctors Kit Contains
Authentic medical instruments and items
* These are included and required to complete the practical projects.
A blood pressure cuff
A Rappaport stethoscope
A reflex hammer
A penlight examination light
A magnifying examination light
A digital thermometer, a forehead thermometer
Urinary test strips and chart
An eye test chart, a medical file and other medical charts
Surgical marker pen and ruler
A number of clean pairs of examination gloves
A pair of sterile examination gloves (Latex Gloves).
DVD-ROM or USB Flash Drive (PC & Mac compatible – Computers only, the course does not work in a DVD-Player).
An online version of the course.
How-to examine patients ebook
Practical Projects For Future Doctors
Here is a list of theoretical modules with practical projects
How to examine patients just like a doctor does
- How to scrub and gown for surgery
- The technique doctors use to properly wash their hands.
- Cleaning your hands with antiseptic rub
- How to put sterile gloves on
- How to change into your operating theater clothes
- How to safely remove contaminated gloves
- Taking a patients medical history
- The qualities of sound
- An introduction into percussion
- Medical sound samples
- Examining the external ear
- Mixing colors of light
- Examining the eye
- The Snellen Test
- The blind spot
- The stethoscope
- The sphygmomanometer
- The structural arrangement of the body
- Subdivisions of the chest
- Subdivisions of the Abdomen
- A percussion model of the chest
- The technique for medical percussion
- How to examine by percussion
- How to examine the skin
- How to examine the nails
- How to examine the hair
- The bony landmarks of the body
- Joint sounds
- Body temperature
- The muscles of the body
- The heart rate
- The pupil-light reflex
- The facial nerve
- Spinal nerve reflexes
- Growth chart
- Turbulence in the flow of a liquid
- Heart sounds
- Blood pressure
- The body’s lymph nodes
- The respiratory rate
- Respiratory sounds
- Breathing movements
- Examine the oral (mouth) cavity
- Taste laboratory
- Gastrointestinal sounds
- How to examine the abdomen
- Heart sounds: an unborn baby
- Signs of inflammation
- How to examine swelling
- How to take a nutritional audit
- How to determine the BMI
- Assessing dehydration
- How to assess edemas
- Different levels of consciousness
- Prevention of injuries
- Determining the surface area affected by burns
Discover different careers in medicine
Learn about the medical specialties listed below, the attributes of a people who work in those specialties, and the advantages/disadvantages of these careers.
- How to become a medical doctor (general practitioner)
- How to become a dentist
- How to become a nurse
- How to become a surgeon
- How to become an anesthetist
- More medical careers
Lastly, you’ll find a more extensive list of different allied health occupations and their descriptions.
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- 50% refund on used kits.