Module 1 Colorectal Cancer


READINGS: occurrence&symptoms, risk factors, preventions + multiple choice + vocabulary + recorded texts
LISTENINGS: nutritional habits, after the diagnosis, recommendations: cancer treatment
VOCABULARY: word formation: nouns and adjectives, filling the gaps, meat vocabulary, meat guidelines
GRAMMAR: questions + practice
CLINICAL CASE: patient after surgical resection of polyps
TEST: 25 multiple choice questions
DICTIONARY: access to the dictionary (recorded pronunciation, examples, possible word formation, translation: Spanish, German, Italian, Polish).

CRC module concentrates on glossary connected with clinical nutrition and dietetics in cancer-related environment. Apart from the English language improvement, exercises aim at broadening your scientific and counselling knowledge. Our texts that hold dietetic evidence based information, medical and scientific expressions, numerous food-related vocabulary – will get you familiar with ‘occurrence and symptoms’, ‘risk factors’, and ‘prevention’ of colorectal cancer. 
We paid a lot of attention to subsequent tasks to help you balance and memorize the presented glossary with a wide range of interactive and engaging exercises. The listening section will demonstrate authentic counselling environment of CRC and typical English expressions used in the dietitian’s profession process, nutritional habits of the patient, and possible side effects of colorectal cancer treatment. Then, a case study will present Mr Kovalsky who has received a referral to a dietitian after surgical resection of polyps. Questions prepared by our expert, Dr Magdalena Milewska, will get you familiar and check your counselling dietetic knowledge on CRC.