Central Asia Radiologists will be taught international standards of disease diagnosis. The third European School of Radiology resumed its work in Astana. The participants from Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan will be attending lectures of the leading European specialists during two weeks. The focus will be on socially significant diseases. They are heart diseases and blood vessels, pulmonary tuberculosis, breast cancer and diseases of the musculoskeletal system.
Nicholas GOURTSOYIANNIS, DIRECTOR, EUROPEAN SCHOOL OF RADIOLOGY:
The European school of radiology has established to upgrade the training curricula, the training process of the residents in radiology in those that we are newly got certified. Now the association of radiology of Kazakhstan is a due member of the European Society of Radiology, so we have a duty to provide the same services to the residents of Kazakhstan as we do for any other European country. So we come here with fixed program, with 4 European speakers, four Russian speakers and a number of 15 speakers from surrounding countries mainly from Kazakhstan. And we try to upgrade the profile of education of residents so to inform them what the new trends in radiology are.