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“Glazovsky readings” were held at DSMU




The IX interregional scientific and educational conference with international participation: “Psychosomatic and somatoform disorders in general practice: algorithms for interdisciplinary interaction in providing medical and psychological care “GLAZOVSKY READINGS” was held in the assembly hall of the Scientific and Educational Innovation Center of DSMU on December 10 .

The event was attended by Acting Rector of DSMU Visampasha Khanaliev; member of the Federation Council Committee on Social Policy, Honored Doctor of the Russian Federation Vladimir Krugly (online); Acting Minister of Health of the Republic of Dagestan Tatiana Belyaeva; Vice-President of the “Medical Helping Group” Tatiana Benkovskaya-Damaskina; Acting Vice-rector for scientific work, Head of the Department of Psychiatry, Medical Psychology and Narcology of DSMU Naida Mollaeva; leading Russian and foreign specialists in the field of psychiatry, psychotherapy and clinical psychology, including neurologists, psychiatrists, psychotherapists, clinical psychologists and general practitioners.

The conference was opened by the Acting rector of  DSMU V. Khanaliev. He welcomed the guests and participants of the event and reminded that next year Dagestan State Medical University will celebrate the 90th anniversary of its foundation. “This is very significant. The university has a glorious history and the best traditions in training highly qualified specialists,” he said.

Speaking about the conference, Visampasha Khanaliev recalled that under the leadership of Vladimir Alexandrovich Glazov, a department of psychiatry was organized at our university in 1939. “It is gratifying that the department honors the founder and annually holds an interdisciplinary conference “GLAZOVSKY READINGS” with the participation of leading specialists and scientists in the field of psychology, psychiatry and neurology not only in Russia, but also abroad.

Today, medicine pays special attention to human psychosomatic disorders in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic. It is psychiatrists and psychologists who provide consultative and therapeutic assistance to the population, preserving the mental health of children and adults.

Healthcare needs highly qualified personnel in this area. And we are coping with the tasks set for the university in the direction of training such specialists.


I am sure that the results of the discussions and the exchange of experience will serve to improve the situation in the development of the psychiatric service and the use of the scientific research you have developed in practical healthcare,” the acting rector addressed the participants of the event.

Vladimir Krugly greeted the audience online: “I would like to sincerely congratulate everyone on the start of the conference. It is devoted to the most important topic of the formation of personal qualities of a medical worker. It becomes especially relevant in the context of a developing pandemic. Its waves are getting heavier and more and more workloads fall on medical workers. I think that today our wonderful speakers will give us new knowledge and we will be motivated for further work.”           

Tatiana Belyaeva said that today, during the pandemic, we increasingly understand the importance of the specialty of psychiatrists and clinical psychologists. “We are used to not seeing the patients of these doctors. But today we are faced with such a concept as psychological burnout of doctors, especially during the pandemic of coronavirus infection. And we can’t do without the help of specialists. In the “red” zone, we also need your help for conversations with patients with panic attacks. It would even be good to hold a seminar for doctors working in the “red” zone on how to talk to such patients,” she said.

Tatiana Benkovskaya-Damaskina and Associate Professor of the Department of Psychiatry and Medical Psychology of the Federal State Educational Institution of Higher Education “KSMU” (Kazan) Svetlana Kuzmina also spoke with words of greeting. During the event, distinguished employees of the psychiatric service of the republic were awarded with diplomas and commendations.

The scientific part of the event was opened by the report “Mental health in the conditions of the COVID-19 pandemic” by the Acting Vice-rector for Scientific Work, Head of the Department of Psychiatry, Medical Psychology and Narcology of DSMU Naida Mollayeva.

During the plenary session, the following reports were also made: “Psychosomatics and somatopsychiatry: synonyms or antonyms?” – Professor of the Department of Psychiatry and Narcology of I.M. Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University (Moscow) Yuri Sivolap; “Psycho-organic syndrome: clinic and treatment” – Chief Researcher, Head of the Psychiatric Research Group Neurosurgery Research Center named after N.N. Burdenko (Moscow) Oleg Zaitsev; “Suicidal tendencies in organic depression and organic personality disorder in the practice of primary care physicians” – Head of the Department of Psychiatry and Neuroscience, Head of the Laboratory of Neurosensomotor Disorders, Senior Researcher at the Center for Genomic Research of the Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University; Director of “Bioinstitute for Somatopsychic Health” (Kaliningrad) Igor Reverchuk and others.

Further, the conference continued its work in the sections: Theoretical and applied issues of clinical psychology; “Medical helping Group” – The formation of professionally important personal qualities of a future medic. Pedagogical aspects in medicine (With the support of the Presidential Grants Fund). There was also a round table “Medical Helping Group” — “Problematic issues of practical implementation of mechanisms for the formation of the emotional and volitional component of the personality of the future physician” (With the support of the Presidential Grants Fund).

In the foyer of the center, the staff of DSMU Scientific Library launched a thematic book exhibition “Psychotherapy – the way to healing”, where new additions of the library on psychology and psychiatry were presented: scientific monographs, scientific and methodological publications of university staff, textbooks, periodicals on psychiatry.