Assistant, Forensic Medicine
Tashkent Medical Academy, Uzbekistan
Ganieva Nilufar Khamraevna is currently working as an Assistant at the Department of Forensic Medicine and Medical Law of the Tashkent Medical Academy. She has established herself at the Institute of Forensic Medicine with an excellent academic record. She has a multi-faceted experience of over 15 years in higher education and training in Forensic Medicine. She also has a varied experience of more than 15 decades in content writing and editing. Nilufar has completed the following courses as "Safeguarding Adults: Level 3 Training Health Education England", "Communication and Interpersonal Skills at Work University of Leeds and Institute of Coding", "Managing Mental Health and Stress Coventry University", "Create a Professional Online Presence University of Leeds and Institute of Coding", "English for Healthcare King's College London", "COVID-19: Helping Young People Manage Low Mood and the Depression University of Reading", "Introduction to the Forensic Science University of Strathclyde", and "Solving Inequality in Education". In addition to all the intellectual and extraordinary abilities, she has also dedicated towards the research and scientific work on the topic "Forensic Medical Examination of Injuries of the Organ of Vision in Living Persons." The motto of her success is "Forensic medicine - without the right to make mistakes".