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Greetings from NPO Medical English Learning Support Association

Welcome to NPO-MELSA website.
Greetings
Welcome to our website and thank you very much for choosing MELSA to learn English together this year. We hope you will feel fulfilled in your time with other MELSA members. We would like to make every effort to extend more comfortable and relaxing circumstances with our warmest wishes. We also thank you for your continuous support and look forward to sharing enjoyable experience with your participation again soon.

gNever stop learning because life never stops teaching.h (Unknown; education quotes).
gLife goes on and you learn from it.h (Steve Jobs; Quotations on Courage).

MELSA is now in the Tokyo 2020 Support Program.
Eng_Medical_2020SANKAKU_MELSA_mini-lesson_1-1.pdf

Eng_sports_volunteering_2020SANKAKU_MELSA_mini-lesson_1-1.pdf

Symposium gTokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Gamesh
All Japan; Enthusiastic movement toward gFestival and Cultureh
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the venueF Nihonnbashi, Tokyo@i2018/11/29 Photos by OMORI)


Venue of Shonan MELSA Fujisawa: the central building of Fujisawa City Hall

(2018/10/15 Mr. Son and Fujisawa Ori-Para staff)

[Initial Greetings]
We established Non-Profit Organization Medical English Learning Supportng Association (NPO-MELSA) in 2014.
The NPO MELSA consists of voluntary members who used to study both medical interpreting and medical tourism. While learning medical English and doing some volunteering, we thought that we would like to unite them together, such as finding venues, providing materials of medical/healthcare knowledge, and supporting circumstances, and learning language (English) together.
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That was when the idea of the gMELSAh occurred to us. We have decided to initiate an NPO in order to share the opportunity to learn together with professionals and students in the field of medical/healthcare and @@@@welfare, including people in the public.

The NPO MELSA aims to provide the places for learning medical English in ways which will satisfy the various needs of different groups and generations, for example those building a career or up-skilling, those planning to study and/or work abroad, those in continuing education for retired employees etc. From the global perspective, we anticipate considerable public interest in this provision, which will lead to mutual learning and communication with each other, harmonizing with medical/healthcare, people and society, as well as promoting medical globalization.

Could you join us and learn together?
We sincerely look forward to your participation in the special workshop of MELSA.

@Sincerely,
@Atsuko OMORI
@Representative Director

What's MELSA?

MELSA stands for Medical English Learning Support Association.
While trying to address the legal formality required as an NPO, we will try to do our best and share the @@@
opportunity of learning medical English with various proffesionals, such as nurses, other co-medicals and @@
students in the field of medical/healthcare and welfare. MELSA is not only a place to support people who are @learning medical English but also a place for anyone to nurture his/her skill, individuality, and confidence.
MELSA is the global place where only you can make something special. English is our tool for multicultual @@@exchange and/or experience. Could you join us and learn together?

information

Please note the date, venue, and time of each MELSA mini-lesson in 2019.
MELSA's lessons will be subject to whether or not the venue is available as we expect.
MELSA New Program
The common procedure is as follows.
Application deadline: It depends on the day reaching the fixed number.
Application Fee: MELSA members \1,500-, non-members \2,000-, one-coin (\500) trial is not available. Application form: accepted only by e-mail.

2019 MELSA Special Seminar
[Dr. Daiya Ozaki]
Date & Time: April 18 (Thu), 19:00-20:30
Veneu: Iidabashi, Tokyo Volunteer Center 10 F, Room B (40 seats)
Title: subject undecided
Lecturer: Dr. Daiya Ozaki, MD, Ph.D.
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Dr. Ozaki in Rio Paralynpics (2016) and in London Paralympics (2012).
-The Japanese Orthopaedic Association, Authorized Orthopedist and Authorized Sports Doctor .
-Japanese Physical Education Association, Authorized Sports Doctor.
-Japanese Para-Sports association, Authorized Para-Sports Doctor.
-A great variety of experiences as a team doctor in International Para-Sports Competitions, including Rio Paralympics (2016) and London Paralympics (2012). 

[Dr. Mido]
Date & Time: May 26 (Sun), 12:00-13:30
Veneu: HOKKAIDO CITIZENZ ACTIVES CENTER (Sapporo Kaderu 2.7), Room 740 (18 seats)
Title: gCross-Cultural Communication in Medicineh, gEmergency Management of Sports Injuriesh
Lecturer: Mohamed Abdelhakim, MD.

Mohamed Abdelhakim, MD.
Staff Doctor;
-International medical doctor at department of Plastic and reconstructive surgery of Nippon Medical School Hospital.
Graduate Student;
-joined the graduate school of Nippon Medical School, Mechanobiology and mechanotherapy Laboratory
-part time lecturer and Medical English and communication class instructor, NMS.
-Graduate of Cairo university, Egypt.
-Completed clerkship at St.Luke's international hospital, Tokyo.

[Ms. Junko Sakamoto]
Date & Time: June 26 (Wednesday) , 10: 00-11: 30
Veneu: Kanagawa Kenmin Center, #708 (24 seats).
Title: "Simple English grammar and Medical/Healthcare English communication (introductory version)".
Participants: people who are thinking about learning English after a long time, those who do not have much opportunity to communicate in English, who are interested in medical English but not good at studying English grammar alone. . . , etc.
Contents:simple sentences from materials we learned in MELSA Medical/Healthcare English communication mini-lessons before. Ms. Sakamot, TOEIC instructional veteran teacher will explain English grammar, main points strengthening vocabulary buildup, and reinforcement listening to English in order to obtain both basic English grammar and Medical/Healthcare English communication skill.
Lecturer: Junko Sakamoto. Keio University, British and American literature major. After working at the city bank head office, engaged in translation work and various English related lectures. Currently she is a TOEIC lecturer and engaged in continuing education program at university and corporate training. Eiken 1st grade, passing an interpreter guide, TOEIC score 990 points. Letting many students achieve their target scores in a short period of time.


2019 Schedule: Medical/Healthcare English Communication
Tokyo MELSA, Daytime mini-lesson
April 03 (Wed) 10:00-11:50, Iidabashi, Tokyo Volunteer Center 10F, Room A (40 seats)
May 08 (Wed) 10:00-11:50, Iidabashi, Tokyo Volunteer Center 10F, Room B (40 seats)
June 05 (Wed) 10:00-11:50, Iidabashi, Tokyo Volunteer Center 10F, Room A (40 seats)
July 03 (Wed) 10:00-11:50, Iidabashi, Tokyo Volunteer Center 10F, Room B (40 seats)
Tokyo MELSA, Nightime mini-lesson
April 04 (Thu) 19:00-20:50, Iidabashi, Tokyo Volunteer Center 10F, Room B (40 seats)
May 09 (Thu) 19:00-20:50, Iidabashi, Tokyo Volunteer Center 10F, Room B (40 seats)
June 06 (Thu) 19:00-20:50, Iidabashi, Tokyo Volunteer Center 10F, Room B (40 seats)
July 04 (Thu) 19:00-20:50, Iidabashi, Tokyo Volunteer Center 10F, Room C (15 seats)
Yokohama MELSA, Morning mini-lesson
April 17 (Wed) 9:45-11:35, Kanagawa Kenmin Center, Meeting Room #706
May 29 (Wed) 9:45-11:35, Kanagawa Kenmin Center, Meeting Room #703
June 19 (Wed) 9:45-11:35, Kanagawa Kenmin Center, Meeting Room #703
July 24 (Wed) 9:45-11:35, Kanagawa Kenmin Center, Meeting Room #703
August 21 (Wed) 9:45-11:35, Kanagawa Kenmin Center, Meeting Room #705
Shonan MELSA Fujisawa, Morning mini-lesson
April 15 (Mon) 10:00-11:50, Fujisawa Citiy Hall, the central building 5F, Room #1
May 13 (Mon) 10:00-11:50, Fujisawa Citiy Hall, the central building 5F, Room #1
Sapporo MELSA, Afternoon mini-lesson
April 21 (Sun) 13:45-15:35, Sapporo center for gender equality (Sapporo L Plaza), Craftwork Room
May 26 (Sun) 9:45-11:35, HOKKAIDO CITIZENZ ACTIVES CENTER (Sapporo Kaderu 2.7), Room #740
June 23 (Sun), time & venue undecided.
July 28 (Sun) , time & venue undecided.
August 25 (Sun) , time & venue undecided.
September 29 (Sun), time & venue undecided.
October 20 (Sun), time & venue undecided.

2019 Schedule: Sports & Volunteering English Communication

Tokyo MELSA, Daytime mini-lesson
April 10 (Wed) 10:00-11:50, Iidabashi, Tokyo Volunteer Center 10F, Room B (40 seats)
May 14 (Tue) 10:00-11:50, Iidabashi, Tokyo Volunteer Center 10F, Room B (40 seats)
June 12 (Wed) 10:00-11:50, Iidabashi, Tokyo Volunteer Center 10F, Room B (40 seats)
July 10 (Wed) 10:00-11:50, Iidabashi, Tokyo Volunteer Center 10F, Room B (40 seats)
Tokyo MELSA, Nighttime mini-lesson
April 11 (Thu) 19:00-20:50, Iidabashi, Tokyo Volunteer Center 10F, Room C (15 seats)
May 16 (Thu) 19:00-20:50, Iidabashi, Tokyo Volunteer Center 10F, Room C (15 seats)
June 13 (Thu) 19:00-20:50, Iidabashi, Tokyo Volunteer Center 10F, Room C (15 seats)
July 11 (Thu) 19:00-20:50, Iidabashi, Tokyo Volunteer Center 10F, RoomC (15 seats)
Shonan MELSA Fujisawa, Morning mini-lesson
April 12 (Fri) 10:00-11:50, Fujisawa Citiy Hall, the central building 5F, Room #5
May 17 (Fri) 10:00-11:50, Fujisawa Citiy Hall, the central building 5F, Room #5
Sapporo MELSA, Afternoon mini-lesson
April 21 (Sun) 16:00-17:50, Sapporo center for gender equality (Sapporo L Plaza), Craftwork Room
May 26 (Sun) 13:45-15:35, HOKKAIDO CITIZENZ ACTIVES CENTER (Sapporo Kaderu 2.7), Room #740
June 23 (Sun), time & venue undecided.
July 28 (Sun) , time & venue undecided.
August 25 (Sun) , time & venue undecided.
September 29 (Sun), time & venue undecided.
October 20 (Sun), time & venue undecided.
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