When you visit a blog, you want to be able to find topics of interest easily and quickly. At MedTerm Topics, you can locate blog posts of interest to you two ways by searching body systems or a specific category
Search Posts by Body Systems
To search by body systems, go to the right-hand column of the blog and scroll down until you see the heading Posts Related to the Textbook Exploring Medical Language and below that Posts Related to Basic Medical Language.
Searching for posts by body systems can be useful to faculty and students alike to find posts related to the textbook chapter you are currently studying or teaching. For example, when you click on Chapter 5 you will see the following eight blog posts from the different categories related to the content of Chapter 5 Respiratory System.
- MedTerm MixUp 8: Sounds
- What are Nosocomial infections?
- Video: Understanding MRI
- Quick Quiz: The Common Cold
- Crossword: Endoscopy
- MedTerm MixUp 3: Nosebleed
- Video: How the Body Reacts to Tuberculosis
- Crossword: Respiratory System
Search Posts by Category
To search by the categories, you can use the navigation bar or the home page.
Click on the category you wish to access and all the posts in that category will show. All the Quizzes Crosswords, Cartoon Medical MixUps, and Videos are listed under the heading Games and Videos.
Click on the title or image to access all of the blog posts in any one of the categories.
How to Use MedTerm Topic Posts
The posts on the MedTerm Topics blog are for both teachers and students to use in any way that might be helpful in teaching and learning.
Print them, link to them, use them live in your classroom, or assign them as work toward extra credit.
The textbooks that are associated with the blog are Exploring Medical Language and Basic Medical Language and each textbook is organized into chapters and lessons associated with body systems. also, search for posts by body systems will work no matter your assigned textbook. We hope this information has been helpful for you to easily and quickly navigated the blog.