Center for Communication Skills


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KazNMU Communication Skills Center was created by the decision of the Board of KazNMU named after S.D. Asfendiyarov (protocol №2 from 01.03.2022) and attributed to the Institute of Additional and Professional Education of KazNMU named after S.D. Asfendiyarov.
CDC KazNMU operates with the support of ERASMUS+ 2020 Programme, Key Action 2 and realizes the objectives of International Educational Project FOR21 — «Fostering the doctor of the 21st century: education for patient-centered communication» № 619037-EPP-1-2020-1-EL-EPPKA2-CBHE-JP
CDC KazNMU is a member of international consortium (Memorandum of Understanding) and a member of the network:
— University of Leeds (UK)
— Aristotle University (Greece)
— University of Olu (Finland)
— Karaganda Medical University (Kazakhstan)
— Samarkand State Medical Institute (Uzbekistan)
— Tashkent Medical Academy (Uzbekistan)
— Tyumen State Medical University (Russia)
— Northwestern State Medical University (Russia) I.I. Mechnikov Northwestern State Medical University (St. Petersburg, Russia)

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Head of CDC:
Yussupov Rustam Rakhimovich — Project Coordinator FOR21-KazNMU, PhD, Scientific Director of interim scientific committee
CDC staff:
Bagiyrova Fatima Arystanovna — tutor-teacher of CDC, Ph.D. in medicine, head of the Department of Communication Skills;
Madalieva Sanam Khakimovna — tutor-teacher at CDC, lecturer at the department of communicative skills;
Davletbakova Alma Shakirovna — tutor-teacher at CDC, master of global health and development, assistant at the chair of communicative skills
Al-Abdullah Salima Jalal — CDC methodologist, Master of Public Health, Department of Communication Skills
— Modernization of higher medical education in the field of learning and teaching communication skills, using various active teaching methods
— Increasing the effectiveness of the educational process of preparing future doctors for patient-centered communication and improving the quality of health care services
— Development and implementation of training resources for the development and assessment of patient-centered communicative competence
Planned results of the Center for Communicative Skills
The integrated methodology will increase the effectiveness of the process of forming the communicative competence of doctors of the 21 centuries by achieving the main stages of the project:
— Establishment of Communicative Competence Development Learning Centers
— Integration of the patient-centered communicative competence development program into the universities’ curriculum
— Integration of the patient-oriented communication model into the system of evaluating students’ communicative competence.