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You are spot on! my name is Sandesh.
I am project specialist train the trainers and candidates and having
14 years of experience. and and content developer for trainers and
candidates as well.
I have trained medical transcription candidates to use the various
applications which is related to medical transcription such quick
drugs, express scribe ETC.
If you want to talk to me we can have talk via Microsoft Teams.
Or my whats app number is 9242877134.
On 10/1/20, Janet Brandly <email@example.com> wrote:
I hope I have gotten your name right. Thank you for recommending this
software, I will definitely check into it. I am taking a medical
transcription course right now through Ashworth College; actually, I'm using
it as a refresher to a course I took several years ago. Do you work in the
medical transcription field? If so, I would be interested in hearing about
your experiences with employment, software accessibility, etc.
Again, thank you for the recommendation.
From: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com> On Behalf Of Sandesh
computer trainer HR
Sent: September 29, 2020 11:47 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Looking for free medical dictionary
We can use Enable India spelling tool to learn medical words. These words
related medical transcription. And you can download this tool from below
Reach me if you require further support to download the software. This is
free of cost.
It will corrects you and encourages you to do more practice all sort of
spellings. And it has more medical words.
Such as drug names, diseases names, Etc.
On 9/30/20, Janet Brandly <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Would anybody be able to recommend a medical dictionary, preferably
free at least for now, which works well with NVDA and Word 2016?