The only book of its kind in English, Japanese for Healthcare Professionals is a proficiency-based conversation textbook offering a complete Japanese language course that teaches Japanese grammar along with the vocabulary of medical care.
With nearly three million Japanese tourists visiting the United States last year, and another five hundred thousand expatriates residing in the US and other English-speaking countries, it is inevitable that many Japanese speakers find themselves in need of healthcare but unable to communicate. Important highlights of this book are:
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Shigeru Osuka, BA, MA, MEd, and EdD, is the director of the Japanese Program in the Department of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures at Seton Hall University. He has taught at the University of Hawaii, Western Washington University, and the Mid-Pacific Institute in Hawaii, and has been a visiting scholar at the University of Tokyo. He has served as a member of the Council of Conferences in the Association of Asian Studies and as president of the Mid-Atlantic Region Association for Asian Studies. He has also been an examiner for the JET (Japan Exchange and Teaching program) and the Japanese International Baccalaureate program and an advanced placement reader in Japanese for ETS.Review:
"Basically, this is almost two books in one. It really starts off with basic Japanese grammar and also includes a wealth of medical vocab, sample sentences, and more detailed grammar explanations. I love how the book is set up. They give you a medical field or other medical based subject (such as "at the pharmacy" or "respiratory system" then give you tons of great vocab and example sentences related to that." —Goodreads
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