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Senators study issues of innovation in the sphere of domestic health care

07.10.2022 253

Deputies of the Senate Committee on Social and Cultural Development and Science visited ANO Nazarbayev University School of Medicine and University Medical Center.

Senators familiarized themselves with the research and educational infrastructure of the School and visited the 3D digital anatomy lab, the biomedical research lab and the simulation center. Here, students, practicing physicians, nurses, and other professionals learn and improve clinical skills on professional equipment.

The Dean of the School of Medicine told lawmakers that their primary mission is to train highly qualified health care professionals according to international standards.

"The School and its faculty carry out an important mission to foster cooperation in the dissemination of innovative teaching practices to enhance the competitiveness of domestic health care. This, in turn, makes it possible to consistently improve the system of training doctors, nurses and other health professionals," said Senator Nariman Turegaliev.

Also during the meeting the deputies were told about the transformation of the University into an academic medical center, which today has taken its first steps by creating clinical academic departments, combining inpatient and outpatient care departments according to the profile of medical services. This will allow the implementation of both innovative clinical tasks, educational programs, and scientific research.

Let's notice that this meeting is organized by Committee of the Senate for detailed studying of questions of further development of sphere of public health services in the country and preparation for round table on the subject "Triunity of Science, Education and Clinical Practice in Public Health: State, Problems and Solutions" within the limits of realization of the Address of the President to people of Kazakhstan "New Kazakhstan: the Way of Modernization and Updating".


(Senate Press Service, 74-72-27. Photo by B. Serikbay)

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