The meeting was held within the framework of the academic mobility of students at the clinical bases of the University of Cambridge

On August 2, as part of the students of the 4-5 course of KhNMU academic mobility for practical training at the clinical bases of the University of Cambridge, a meeting of the management of our University with representatives of the University and the School of Clinical Medicine of the University of Cambridge took place.

The meeting was devoted to the beginning of practical training and discussion of the impact of russian armed aggression on the life of the KhNMU, ensuring a continuous educational process, passing industrial practice and other aspects.

Iryna Leshchyna, the Vice-Rector for Research and Education, gave a welcoming speech, indicating the importance of cooperation with foreign partners and the implementation of joint programs of academic mobility to provide high-quality educational services even in wartime.

Oksana Vasilieva, the Dean of the VII Faculty of Foreign Students, also joined the meeting with a presentation about the impact of the war on the University’s activities: the constant shelling of the city by the russian federation, about the students and employees of KhNMU who were forced to leave for safer places, but despite the significant negative impact , the university was able to organize high-quality distance learning during the war and continues to actively seek new ways to preserve achievements and future development.

Paul Wilkinson, the Clinical Dean of the School of Clinical Medicine, gave a welcome speech on behalf of the University of Cambridge. Also, during the meeting, Jonathan Fuld, the Clinical Director of the School of Clinical Medicine, presented an overview of the practical training, training schedule and rotation calendar, and Sarah Monami, Administrator of Academic Development Programs of the School of Clinical Medicine, presented an overview of “Maintaining Effective Communication When English Is Not Your First Language.”