As part of the Memorandum of cooperation between Civil Initiatives Support Center and Project C. U. R. E, the USA, along with the Private company US/KZ TRADE COUNCIL Inc. and “Fund for Support and Development of Social Activities of Kazakhstan” Private Fund on November 20, 2020, a short-term social project will be launched to organize consultations for Kazakhstani doctors by specialists from the United States in the field of psychological assistance to medical workers involved in the fight against COVID-19 coronavirus infection.
The main topics of online consultations will comprise issues about the psychological recovery of medical specialists, including ways of coping with the psychological fatigue of doctors and medical specialists, preparing medical professionals for the second wave of COVID-19, mental recovery of doctors after COVID-19, etc.
The purpose of this project is to exchange professional knowledge and opinions between medical professionals in Kazakhstan and the United States in the field of psychological assistance to medical professionals involved in the implementation of measures to counter the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.
During the implementation of the project, on November 20, 2020 and December 11, 2020, online sessions are planned to discuss issues aimed at the psychological recovery of medical workers with the involvement of 10 American and 50 Kazakhstani specialized doctors.
It should be noted that Project C. U. R. E (Commission on Urgent Relief and Equipment) is a registered trademark of the Benevolent Healthcare Foundation as well as one of the largest non-profit organizations in the world, based in the United States, with the goal of assisting developing countries overcome the shortage of modern medical equipment and services on a charitable basis.
Therefore, it is expected that this project will not only contribute to the effective solution of the current problem in the field of psychological assistance to medical workers through providing an international dialogue platform for the experience exchange between specialists of the two countries, but also serve as an incentive for further implementation of joint international social projects within the framework of non-state grant funding of Civil Initiatives Support Center.