UBC students Meiying Zhuang and Wynn Tran, supervised by Digital Emergency Medicine under the Doctors, Patients and Society (DPAS) course at UBC Faculty of Medicine, have created a new phrasebook to support clinicians for medical encounters between English speaking medical students and Mandarin speaking patients. The phrasebook contains Mandarin Pronunciation and Simplified Chinese.
You can view and download a pdf of the Phrasebook.
If you would like to sign up for a free pocket-sized hard copy of the Phrasebook, please click here (limited numbers are available).
Related resources created by UBC students with Digital Emergency Medicine as part of their DPAS course participation in the past can be found below:
- UBC medical students in Canada Group (SCCHC)
Chinese-English Regularly Used Medical Terms & Chinese-English Terms for Body Parts and Organs
Chinese-English reference of Common Dementia Medical Terms
- Siu-Kae Yeong, Junella Lee, Rachel Jen and Claudia Cheung
Outline for Medical Histories (Cantonese-Traditional)
Outline for Medical Histories (Mandarin-Simplified)
Outline for Medical Histories (Mandarin-Traditional)
Medical Interview Questions (Mandarin-Simplified)
- Grace Leung and Leo Lup Fun Leung
Common medicine vocabulary (Traditional)
Common medicine vocabulary (Simplified)
Vocabulary A (Traditional)
Vocabulary B (Traditional)
- Yu Ling Cheng, Janny Xuechen Ke, Danny Siwai Lee, Qiming Wu
Traditional Chinese Herb Cards – Single sided
Traditional Chinese Herb Cards – Double sided