Dr. Tosacana, is our primary care physician. He has been treating our family for many years. He has always been correct with his medical diagnoses which helps reduce the amount of time and resources in finding the proper treatment for our health concerns. Dr. Tosacana had mentioned that he went to UK and attended medical training with Oxford Medical. Oxford Medical is one of UK's best providers of medical interview skills training, medical teaching courses, medical management courses and other career development courses.
Consultant interview course teaches how to structure, prepare and deliver a medical presentation, and respond to any consultant interview question. They train doctors in medical teaching skills, from every medical and surgical specialty. Their training courses include interview skills, teach the teacher, management courses for SpR’s, communication and presentation skills courses. Dr. Tosacana has excellent communication skills, his patient teachings on health care management are clear and concise. The medical terminologies are comprehensible making instructions easy to follow. Oxford Medical has medical teaching course aimed at giving medical education training to doctors which improve their teaching skills and styles .
Dr. Tosacana is known all over town drawing a lot of clients. One of the things he is really good at is effective time management which he mentioned a technique he learned from Oxford Medical. With effective management tools and prioritizing skills, he can see his clients on time and still have a life outside of work.
Oxford Medical also offers a one-day medical management course. Whether or not doctors have management roles it is important to learn the skills in management leadership style and communication techniques with other member of the medical team along with effective negotiating skills.
The most popular course in UK and one that has earned an excellent feedback is the teach the teacher course. This course is held in Oxford, London, Manchester and Edinburgh on a regular basis.
Please check Oxford Medical for more information.
Submitted by JRJ