Doctors of Astana are preparing for the world specialized exhibition EXPO 2017. The National Centre for Medical Education is holding a three-day seminar for hospital staff and ambulance stations, "Khabar" TV channel reports.
The seminar is supported by the Israeli Embassy in Kazakhstan with the participation of specialists Gary Grosman, Nathan Arotsker, Eddi Vershilovsky from Global Medical Service company.
"Prospects for development are endless.This kind of seminar can be held in any field of medicine. Medics always find a common language, they have something to talk about. These are people who speak different languages, but eventually understand each other. Therefore I hope that this seminar will lead to long-term cooperation not only in emergency medicine, but in other areas as well," said Israeli Deputy Ambassador Ariel Braverman.
The seminar is attended by mid-level medical personnel at the emergency ambulance station of the capital, doctors and mid-level workers who provide emergency care in city hospitals No.1 and No.2. In total there are about 250 people.
"The timely and competent provision of medical care solves the positive outcome of many diseases.The first hours of care help to reduce the likelihood of death, and reduce the risks of getting a disability by the patient.The purpose of the seminar is to train health workers, improve their skills in emergency medical care in case of emergency," said the director of the National Centre for Health Development Serik Ibrayev.
Earlier, in the first days of May, training exercises were held at Astana Hospital of the Infectious Diseases to conduct anti-epidemic measures in identifying a patient with symptoms that do not exclude quarantine and especially dangerous infectious diseases. These exercises also took place as part of the training of doctors for the world specialized exhibition EXPO 2017.
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