Meeting With Polish Researcher Anna Kuzio
An online meeting of students and teachers of PetrSU took place with a Polish linguist-cognitologist, Associate Professor of the University of Zielona Gora Anna Kuzio.
The lecture was devoted to the discursive aspects of medical English. The audience took an interest in the Calgary-Cambridge Model, which offers a variety of communication skills required in professional medical activity. The conference was held at a high scientific level, in a pleasant, creative, thinking atmosphere.
Feedback from the participants:
Natalia Dmitrieva, Candidate of Pedagogic Sciences, Associate Professor, Institute of Foreign Languages, Department of Foreign Languages for Technical and Natural Sciences, PetrSU:
This meeting with the Polish researcher Anna Kuzio made a very pleasant impression on me: she showed us a truly deep scientific approach to an extremely important professional topic. The lecturer presented very interesting practical material that is necessary for both medical students and medical practitioners. Such scientific events allow us not only to expand our knowledge in specific areas of linguistic science, but also to look at modern English through the prism of a dynamic world picture and aspects of intercultural communication. We express our hope for further cooperation within thematic meetings and seminars.
- Ivanova, a PetrSU student:
Although some of the points seemed difficult to me from a linguistic point of view, it was very useful to listen to the lecture. I would like to note the high language level of the lecturer, her excellent professional skills, commitment to the topic.
This meeting was organized jointly by the Student Scientific Society of PetrSU (Sabina Nedbailik, Associate Professor of the Department of the German and French Languages, the Institute of Foreign Languages, Candidate of Philological Sciences) and the Center for Applied Linguistic Studies, PetrSU (Nadezhda Leushina, a lecturer of the Department of Foreign Languages for Technical and Natural Sciences, the Institute of Foreign Languages).