Lecture Tour of Russian Psychoneurologists in Uzbekistan

From February 1 to February 4, 2019 in three cities of Uzbekistan – in Tashkent, Bukhara and Samarkand – Russian psycho-neurology seminars were held by Prof. A.A. Portnova (“Autism”, Moscow), Prof. E.G. Mendelevich (“Cognitive and non-congructive symptoms of dementia”, Kazan), Prof. Yu.P. Sivolapa (“Depression: Modern Treatment Opportunities”, Moscow), Prof. V.D. Mendelevich (“Anxiety Disorders in Clinical Practice: Diagnosis and Therapy”, Kazan). The visit was organized by Prof. Z.Sh. Ashukov (Tashkent), Chairman of the Association of Psychiatrists of Uzbekistan.
 

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