Listen to the second episode of the podcast “Tangible med education”
In the second episode —> https://li.sten.to/o2sn5qct, podcast host Mychailo Wynnyckyj, sociologist, trainer, and lecturer at the National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, talks to Iryna Voloshyna, professor of the Department of Family Medicine at the Faculty of Family Medicine of the ZSMU, member of the Academy of Family Medicine of Ukraine and the European Association of Primary Cardiovascular Care, about family medicine in Ukraine, opportunities for developing professional skills of family doctors, and the culture of empathy.
In this episode, you will hear more about:
- The story of the foundation of Iryna’s private clinic in Berdiansk,
- the Azov School of Family Medicine as a format of CPD and the Academy of Family Medicine and its activities,
- the role of family doctors in patients’ lives,
- the culture of empathy, communication skills, and joint decision-making with patients,
- the importance of soft skills in the professional activities of family doctors.
At the end of the episode, in the section “MZS,” aka evidence-based medicine, Dmytro Huliaiev, head of publishing, research, and education projects at the NGO “Ukrainian Anti-Stroke Association.” This time, Dmytro discusses whether all the scientific developments and medical interventions honored with the Nobel Prize in Medicine are good for health.
The podcast “Tangible med education” was created by the Ukrainian-Swiss project “Medical Education Development” team in cooperation with The Ukrainians podcast studio.