The Polish section of the Department of Russian and Slavic Studies (University of Amsterdam) invites guests with an interest in Polish culture and language to a guest lecture.
|Date||26 September 2018|
|Time||17:00 - 18:30|
The lecture concerns selected research problems regarding communication in medicine conducted in Poland and the latest activity of some scientific institutions (like Polish Medical Communication Association) for the development of medical communication in Poland.
“The center of my attention is the role of language in the relation between patients and health care workers as well as in the contemporary medical discourse in Poland. I would like to show the possible use of linguistic tools (especially cognitive ones) to study some aspects of medical discourse and improve the medical communication in the further perspective.”
Participation is free of charge, but registration is required till 24 September on the email email@example.com.
After the lecture, we invite you to a glass of wine
Polish philologist, linguist, certified speech therapist, employee of the Institute of Polish Language in the Faculty of Polish Studies, University of Warsaw. Polish grammar teacher, author of the book Semantyka bólu we współczesnej polszczyźnie (On the semantics of ‘ból’ (‘pain’) in the contemporary Polish language, Warsaw 2016). Secretary of the Polish Medical Communication Association, member of the Medical Language Section of the Council of the Polish Language, Polish Academy of Science. Her scientific interests are: lexical semantics, cognitive linguistics, metaphor, medical communication and discourse.
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