As a global enterprise we’re assuming the role of news provider from a diversity of countries. To this end we’re delighted to have our first story from Kazakhstan, Almaty having witnessed the opening of an educational centre for medical technology.
The project was implemented on the orders of the head of state, when he apparently noted the necessity to increase the availability and quality of medical services. The first medical technology centre in Kazakhstan was opened as part of the centre for perinatal and children’s heart surgery.
Specialists from the Baltic States organised the first seminars bringing experiential learning techniques to the classes. Instead of lectures, they organise practical exercises, where the students are active participants of the treatment and master the necessary knowledge.
After the two-day course, over 100 Almaty doctors and nurses will use this knowledge in practice and will share their experience with their colleagues.