Kazakhstan-Japan: Innovations in the field of medical education

Kazakhstan-Japan: Innovations in the field of medical education

Physicians in Eastern Kazakhstan establish contacts with the world’s leading scientists. Semey hosted an international research and practical conference titled ‘Modern innovative approaches to the modernization of medical education, science and practice.’ More than 300 guests from eight countries gathered at the event. Experts discussed the goals and objectives of research communities and opportunities for interaction with each other. During the event, a cooperation agreement was signed between Semey State Medical Institute and the Nagasaki University, School of Medicine in Japan. In addition, the conference participants learned about the activities of the city’s clinics and the work of the Semey Regional Oncology Center, which is unique in the region.

YOSHIHIRO NOSO, PROFESSOR FROM JAPAN:

 - The university has an international system agreement because this country you have a specific in Semipalatinsk nuclear test site.           

KUNO LEHMANN, PROFESSOR FROM SWITZERLAND:

 - As a specialized centre for the treatment of cancer diseases is very advanced. Not many countries have that, not even Switzerland which does centralize cancer patients. This is a very important step.