Kazakhstan and Israel have established a fruitful partnership in medicine
Kazakhstan and Israel are actively developing bilateral cooperation in all areas. Both countries have established a fruitful partnership in medicine. Kazakh doctors regularly undergo training in Israel’s hospitals as well as learn the latest achievements and work features of their colleagues.
DULAT KUANYSHEV, KAZAKH AMBASSADOR TO ISRAEL:
- It is important that these interns who take the courses say that they directly gain practical knowledge and skills that are important in their daily work. In return, teachers say that students from Kazakhstan have a very high level of professional training.
The Israeli ambulance service has tremendous experience in saving lives. As part of the first aid course, more than 20 Kazakh specialists have completed training. Among them are not only emergency room doctors, but also representatives of other specialities.
GULMIRA ULMISEKOVA, PEDIATRIC NEUROLOGIST:
- We are a group of doctors who came from Astana to undergo an emergency program for BLS, ASLS and PALS. These topics are very important for doctors because emergency care knowledge is a very hot topic. Knowledge of emergency care can save many lives.
SHAFIR BUTNER, DIRECTOR, PARAMEDICS SCHOOL IN ISRAEL:
- We have one goal which is to save lives. All that we have learned, we are ready to pass on to our colleagues from Kazakhstan. We are very pleased to see their enthusiasm to learn and they are ready to acquire new knowledge.
All of the participants received instructor certificates. In the future, they will be able to independently conduct training based on Israeli techniques in Kazakhstan.