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International faculty of medical education

MANSUR ABDUKHALIKOVICH ALIEV,
PhD, assistant


Reception time: Monday-Saturday: 08:30-17:00.
Tel: +998915230620
Fax: -
E-mail: dr.mansoor1982@mail.ru
Address: Samarkand, Amir Temur str. 18

Address: Samarkand, Amir Temur str. 18
SPECIALTY 7510100 – Medicine
Qualification: Medical Doctor
The normative term of study is
6 years for General Senior High School or Vocational Senior High School graduates
5 years for those who has a Bachelor’s degree in corresponding field of study
Form of education: full-time

HISTORY OF THE INTERNATIONAL FACULTY


  The first international students got enrolled at the Samarkand State Medical Institute in September 2013 and studied at the Medical Faculty. From 2013 to 2020, their number had been increasing year by year. So, starting from 2020, an international faculty was established and opportunities for foreign students to study at SamSMI were significantly enhanced.

THE AIMS OF INTERNATIONAL FACULTY ARE TO:


1. Extend the geography of students to the whole world
2. To raise the rating of the institute to the level of leading universities of the world
3. To form the image of the leading university
4. To create an integrated scientific base of international level for specialists and researchers
5. To establish a community of undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate students based on trust and openness to new ideas and thinking.

SPIRITUAL AND EDUCATIONAL WORK OF THE FACULTY OF PEDIATRICS


  Spiritual and educational work is carried out on the basis of an approved plan according to which various events dedicated to historical dates, national holidays, sports competitions, etc. are held. Various meetings are held in conjunction with internal affairs agencies, law enforcement agencies, spiritual centres and another partner organizations..

EDUCATIONAL AND METHODICAL WORK


  Educational methodical work at the faculty is organized in accordance with educational regulatory documents of the Republic of Uzbekistan:
1. Law of the Republic of Uzbekistan on education (29 August 1997).
2. National Training Programme (29 August 1997).
3. The "Regulation on Higher Education" approved by the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Uzbekistan dated 9.01.2003.
4. Standard and working programmes of subjects.
5. "Regulations on the Rating System for Monitoring and Evaluation of Students' Knowledge approved by Order No. 204 of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Uzbekistan of 2009, as amended by Order No. 333 of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Uzbekistan of 2010.
6. Order No. 43 of the Rector of SamMI dated 12 September 2013 "On Organising the Study Process at the Institute using a Modular Training System".
7. Order of the Rector of SamMI № 951/U of December 19, 2013 "On the organization of the educational process at the Institute in the electronic system of education".
8. Protocol of the Academic Council of SamMI № 9 from June 15, 2016 "Recommendations for evaluation and control of students' learning activities in the credit-module system of educational process organization".
9. Order of the Rector of SamMI dated 15 September 2020.

SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH WORK


  The scientific work of the faculty has always been closely linked to the training of scientific and pedagogical staff and the requirements of practical health care, and nowadays it is aimed at solving the problems defined in the State Programme for the Development of Science and Technology.

STUDENT SCIENTIFIC SOCIETY


  Student participation in student scientific circles is an integral part of the educational process at the Faculty. It is planned to open different circles and classes to attract international students to scientific researches.

INTERNATIONAL FACULTY OF MEDICAL EDUCATION AT SAMARKAND STATE MEDICAL INSTITUTE


Since ancient times Samarkand has been the centre of world civilisation, science and religion. People from different parts of the world have studied in the famous madrasahs of Registan. One of the main objectives of Samarkand State Medical Institute is to cooperate with foreign universities in the medical field and train world-class qualified personnel. In this regard, it has been decided to establish a Faculty of International Medical Education to attract foreign students.
The training course has already started in September 2020 and was organised by the Faculty of International Medical Education at Samarkand State Medical Institute. The Faculty of International Medical Education includes the following educational programmes: Joint educational programmes with foreign universities:
Privolzhsk Research Medical University,
Ternopil National Medical University,
Chuvash State University
Poland Louis University

This year, our institute welcomed more than 450 international students from Pakistan, India, Korea, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, Tajikistan and the UK.


  The following courses are offered to students for the first semester: human anatomy, biology and ecology, chemistry and histology, embryology and cytology, medical information technology, biophysics, human physiology, Uzbek, Latin and Russian languages, and history of Uzbekistan.
  So, our Institute provides necessary facilities for the convenience of international students. For students from India, Pakistan and Korea, local dishes from their countries are prepared in our canteen. Sports facilities, double-bedded rooms, free wireless internet, automatic indoor heater in winter time, and hot water are available to all international students.
  We invite international students from all over the world to study at our institute located in the safe and historic city of Samarkand. The ultimate goal of Samarkand State Medical Institute is to share experiences among international students for a better education with a wide range of diverse cultures.

ADMISSION PROCEDURE

  1. Candidates, wishing to apply to Samarkand State Medical Institute (SSMI), please send an email to International Department’s Office at umedjan20@gmail.com and aminov.zafar@sammi.uz with:

A. copy of international passport;

B. copy of General Senior High School Certificate or Vocational Senior High School Certificate or any other equivalent of High (Secondary) School Certificate with transcript (for the 5 year and the 6 year study programs);

Those who are applying for the MD program as a second higher degree (4 year study program) should provide Bachelor’s degree diploma with transcript;

C. consent to processing of personal data;

D. preparatory course certificate (if available);

E. results of external independent testing (if available).

F. medical certificate of health

G. health insurance

  2. After receiving the package of the above document you will get the detailed instructions. Please, follow these instructions and an official Invitation Letter for studying at SSMI will be sent to your correspondence address by courier express mail. The Invitation Letter should be submitted to the Embassy of Uzbekistan in your country for the purpose of receiving a visa. Detail information about the visa application and countries, citizens of which does not required to obtain visa prior to arrival to Uzbekistan, you can get at https://mfa.uz/en/consular/visa/.

  3. After obtaining the visa you must inform the International Department Office of SSMI about the exact date of your arrival to Uzbekistan and your flight number.

  4. Upon your arrival at SSMI you should submit the Application Pack to the International Department’s Office, and then you will be invited for an interview.

Application Package (to be submitted to the International Students Office personally)

  • passport with valid visa;
  • General Senior High School Certificate or Vocational Senior High School Certificate or any other equivalent of High (Secondary) School Certificate with transcript (original and copy);
  • or

    those who are applying for the MD program as a second higher degree should provide Bachelor’s degree diploma with transcript; (original and copy);

  • birth certificate (original and copy);
  • health certificate (valid within two months from the moment of issue);
  • HIV-negative test certificate (valid within two months from the moment of issue);
  • 3x4 photo 12 pcs.
  •   5. The admission procedure will be completed after you sign an Agreement with the Institute and pay your tuition fee for the 1st year of study.

    Entrance Exams

    Applicants take entrance exams in Biology, Chemistry and language of instruction (English/Russian).

    Program of entrance exam in Biology.

    Program of entrance exam in Chemistry.

    Program of entrance exam in language of instruction (English).

    Specialties and Degrees Offered

    Medicine (MD – Medical Doctor Degree, equivalent to MBBS)

    Application deadline: July 20

    Admission deadline: September 1

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    Admission

    Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery

    Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery, or in Latin: Medicinae Baccalaureus Baccalaureus Chirurgiae (abbreviated in many ways, e.g. MBBS, MB ChB, MB BCh, MB BChir (Cantab), BM BCh (Oxon), BMBS), are the two bachelor degrees in medicine and surgery, which is an undergraduate degree awarded by the medical schools of universities in countries that follow the tradition of the United Kingdom. The historical degree nomenclature states that they are two separate undergraduate degrees. In practice, however, they are usually combined as one and conferred together, and may also be awarded at graduate-level medical schools. In countries that follow the tradition of continental Europe or the system in the United States, the equivalent medical degree is awarded as Doctor of Medicine (MD) or Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (DO) – the latter in the United States only.

    History and nature

    The degree is currently awarded in institutions in Australia, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Barbados, Botswana, Brazil, China, Egypt, Fiji, Gambia, Ghana, Guyana, Hong Kong, India, Iraq, Ireland, Jamaica, Jordan, Kenya, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Liberia, Malawi, Malaysia, Mauritius, Myanmar, Namibia, New Zealand, Nigeria, Pakistan, Papua New Guinea, Rwanda, Philippines, Samoa, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saudi Arabia, Sierra Leone, Singapore, South Africa, Malaysia, Sri Lanka, Sudan, Tanzania, Trinidad and Tobago, Uganda, Ukraine, the United Arab Emirates, the United Kingdom, Vanuatu, Zambia and Zimbabwe.

    Historically, Bachelor of Medicine was also the primary medical degree conferred by institutions in the United States and Canada, such as the University of Pennsylvania, Harvard, the University of Toronto, the University of Maryland, and Columbia. Several early North American medical schools were (for the most part) founded by physicians and surgeons who had trained in England and Scotland. University medical education in England culminated with the Bachelor of Medicine qualification and in Scotland the Doctor of Medicine. In the mid-19th century, the public bodies that regulated medical practice required practitioners in Scotland and England to hold the dual Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery degrees. Throughout the 19th century, North American medical schools switched to the tradition of the ancient universities of Scotland and began conferring Doctor of Medicine rather than Bachelor of Medicine.

    In the countries that award bachelor's degrees in medicine, however, Doctor of Medicine denotes a holder of a junior doctorate and is reserved for medical practitioners who undertake research and submit a thesis in the field of medicine. Nevertheless, those holding Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery are usually referred to by the courtesy title of "Doctor" and use the prefix "Dr.", whether or not they also hold a Ph.D. or DSc. In theory, the right to the use of the title "Doctor" is conferred on the medical graduate when he or she is registered as a medical practitioner by the relevant professional body, not by the possession of the MBBS degrees. The reason is found in a parallel tradition for those who are post-graduate specialists in surgery: on acceptance into a College of Surgeons, they stop styling themselves "Doctor" and revert to "Mister" (Mr), "Miss", "Muz" (Ms) or "Missus" (Mrs). This curious situation, where an elevation in professional rank is signified by dropping the title of Doctor, came about because historically a "surgeon" was an ordinary worker, usually a barber, not trained in medicine but performing dissections and surgery under the direction of a gowned academic who was the actual "doctor".

    Despite their styling as two degrees, Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery are usually conferred together. At some institutions, such as Oxford and Cambridge, it was possible to be awarded the degrees in different years.

    In many countries, the degrees are awarded after an undergraduate course lasting five or six years. For example, most Chinese universities offering medical degrees provide undergraduate courses lasting six years. In some cases, a graduate in another discipline may subsequently enter a special graduate-entry medical course, reduced in duration to account for relevant material covered or learning skills acquired during the first degree. In some cases the old first-year courses (for six-year degrees) in the basic sciences of physics, chemistry, and biology have been abolished: that standard has to be reached by school examinations before entry. However, in most countries, a newly graduated Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery must spend a specified period in internship before they can obtain full registration as a licensed medical practitioner.

    Naming

    The names and abbreviations given to these degrees depend on the institution, awarding body or country, and vary widely. This is mostly for reasons of tradition rather than to indicate any difference between the relative levels of the degrees. They are considered equivalent.

    If the awarding body titles the degrees in Latin, the degrees are commonly named Medicinae Baccalaureus, Chirurgiae Baccalaureus; Medicinae Baccalaureus et Chirurgiae Baccalaureus; or Baccalaureus in Medicina et in Chirurgia; abbreviated as MB ChB, MB BCh or otherwise. If titled in English, they are named Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery; Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery; or Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery; usually abbreviated as MB BS, and sometimes as BM BS, even though most MB BS-awarding institutions do not use Latin to name their degrees.

    Below are described the specific names used, arranged by country.

    India

    In India the full-form of MBBS is Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery. It is generally a 5-year course that can be completed from a college accredited by the Medical Council of India, to receive a degree titled MBBS (Medical colleges in India). Medical colleges may also teach Post Graduate as well as Paramedical courses. Admission to MBBS programs in government colleges can be highly competitive because of subsidized education and extensive hands-on experience.

    The MBBS course starts with the basic pre and para-clinical subjects such as biochemistry, physiology, anatomy, microbiology, pathology, forensic medicine including toxicology and pharmacology. The students simultaneously obtain hands-on training in the wards and out-patient departments, where they interact with real patients for five years. The curriculum aims to inculcate standard protocols of history taking, examination, differential diagnosis and complete patient Management. The student is taught to determine what investigations will be useful for a patient and what are the best treatment options. The curriculum also contains a thorough practical knowledge and practice of performing standard clinical procedures. The course also contains a 12-month-long internship, in which an intern is rotated across various specialties. Besides standard clinical care, one also gets a thorough experience of ward management, staff management, and thorough counselling skills.

    The degree awarded is "Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery". The minimum requirements for the MBBS course are 50% marks in physics, chemistry, biology and English in the '10+2' examinations. For reserved category students, the requirement is 40%. MBBS admissions are centralized. The qualifying exam for admission into MBBS courses is the National eligibility cum entrance test (NEET). The government is planning to come up with new medical colleges in 58 districts of India. The new colleges will add 5,800 more MBBS seats in the country.

    Pakistan

    In Pakistan, a medical school is more often referred to as a medical college. The full-form of MBBS is Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery. It is a 5-year course that can be completed from a college recognized by the Pakistan Medical Commission, to receive a degree titled MBBS (Medical colleges in Pakistan). Medical colleges may also teach Post Graduate courses such as FCPS and diplomas. A medical college is affiliated with a university as a department which usually has a separate campus. Currently, there is a total of 114 medical colleges in Pakistan, 44 of which are public and 70 private. All but two colleges are listed in International Medical Education Directory.

    All medical colleges and universities are regulated by the respective provincial department of health. They, however, have to be recognised after meeting criteria set by a central regulatory authority called Pakistan Medical Commission (PMC). Entrance into the medical colleges is based on merit under the guidelines of PMC. Both the academic performance at the HSSC (grades 11–12) and a centralized entrance test like NMDCAT, are taken into consideration for the eligibility to enter most of the medical colleges.

    To get admission into any government medical college, the weightage is determined by the provincial or federal government. In order to get admission into any private medical college, the following weightage is used:

    50% to Marks of entrance test like National Medical and Dental College Admission Test (NMDCAT).

    30% to Marks of Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSSC) Pre-Medical.

    20% to Marks obtained in the Interview conducted by Private Colleges.

    JOINT EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMMES OF SAMARKAND STATE MEDICAL INSTITUTE WITH FOREIGN UNIVERSITIES


      Samarkand State Medical Institute together with the Russian Federation, Ukraine and Poland has started enrolling in joint undergraduate and postgraduate education programmes in a number of medical specialties.

    In cooperation with the Privolzhsk Research Medical Unversity of the Russian Federation:



      The name of joint educational program is "General Medicine" (admission quota - 50 places). Duration of education consist of 6 years (4 + 2). Entrance examinations: biology, chemistry, Russian language.
      "General Medicine" — is one of the most popular specialities in medical schools and faculties of medicine. Most doctors first study Medicine and then undertake postgraduate training to become experts on special field.
      Professions
      A graduate in General Medicine can specialise and become: a general physician, paediatrician, gynaecologist (obstetrician-gynaecologist), surgeon, cardiologist, endocrinologist, neurologist, etc. Specialists in rarer professions such as haematologists, dieticians, cosmetologists, nephrologists, oncologists and others also receive a basic degree in general medicine. In total, more than 100 subspecialties are available to graduates! The market is currently in especially high demand for qualified obstetrician-gynaecologists, paediatricians, family doctors (general practitioners) and cardiologists. Possible workplaces are public and commercial medical institutions, public health authorities, social security institutions, research institutes, medical offices in educational institutions and companies, secondary and higher education institutions (medical faculties, universities, colleges). A graduate can work as a doctor, head of department, teacher, can become a scientist or open a private office (own business). Further education in the medical field is usually required in order to pursue a career in institutions.
      Description of speciality
      A graduate in General Medicine is not entitled to manage, prescribe and treat patients on his/her own. He or she may only work with patients under the supervision of more experienced specialists. At the same time, he or she may engage in scientific activities, may hold various positions in medical institutions. In order to work as a doctor, a graduate with a specialisation in General Medicine must receive postgraduate education. This is an internship (1 year), master's degree (2-3 years) or residency (2 years) in the chosen specialty, such as therapist, obstetrician-gynecologist, intensive care practitioner, etc. After that, he or she becomes a doctor with the right and qualifications to work independently with patients. It is possible to choose residency and then go to work as a doctor.
      Internship (without the choice of residency) is compulsory for all graduates of a medical university or faculty. During the year, the intern works under the supervision of experienced doctors. They check on his or her performance and protect patients from medical mistakes made by inexperienced specialists.
      The main subjects of the speciality
      The human sciencees (economics, sociology, history etc.), natural sciences (physics, chemistry etc.) and biomedical disciplines, the latter including human anatomy, physiology, microbiology, pharmacology etc., are studied in the first three years of training. Some humanities and socio-economic disciplines are studied in direct connection with medicine and are aimed at the comprehensive development of specialists. For example, psychology for work with patients, jurisprudence for knowledge of legislation in the field of medicine, history of medicine and pharmacy. From the fourth year onwards, the focus is on professional disciplines. Students majoring in General Medicine study many fields of medicine, with no particular focus on any one of them. The most in-depth subjects are: obstetrics and gynaecology, paediatrics, internal medicine, infectious diseases, surgical diseases, general surgery and anaesthesiology, extreme and military medicine.
      Duration of education
      The educational standard for the speciality is six years of full-time study. This means that in addition to the mandatory internship or residency training, the training period for a doctor is 8-9 years.
      A prospective doctor studies a total of 303 weeks, of which 222 weeks are spent on direct study at the university (lectures, workshops, seminars, laboratory work) and on passing examinations and tests. At least 41 weeks are scheduled for holidays, and at least 18 weeks for practical training.
      Skills acquired during the education
      A graduates degree in General Medicine is able to: diagnose patients and prescribe treatment adequate to the diagnosis and state of health, provide medical assistance in a variety of situations, including emergencies, conduct disease prevention conduct rehabilitation and treatment measures for diseases of any body systems, as well as after injuries, surgical operations, conduct various medical examinations, including assessment of the ability to work people, forensic examination, work with medical products, work with medical equipment, equipment, tools.

      Joint educational programme "Stomatology" (admission quota of 50 places). The duration of training is 5 years (3 + 2).
    Speciality "Stomatology" (specialist)
    Degree: General Practitioner Dentist
      Healthy teeth - it is not only a beautiful smile. The health of the whole body depends on their condition, since dental diseases lead to problems in many organs and systems. Speciality 31.05.03 "Dentistry" is the guardian of human health. In fact, it is one of the most popular medical professions. At first glance, dental treatment only appears to be an easy job. It requires a high degree of professionalism, which is based on knowledge of relevant disciplines, multiple skills and practical experience. Stomatology
    Dentist - this word refers to a wide range of specialists. Some deal with therapy, others with tooth extraction. Health centres and hospitals also need doctors to correct bites and deal with all kinds of problems with the jaw apparatus..

    Entry requirements

      The main aim of the course is to train a professional to take responsibility for patient care. This involves specific practical tasks of varying levels of difficulty, so there is a need for both theory and practice. The following subjects are required for entry to this course: Chemistry (core exam); Russian; Biology/Physics.

      Professions

      The programme is designed so that students become familiar with a broad range of important disciplines, acquire practical skills, and learn to do research and organisational work. As a result, you will be able to complete all kinds of professional tasks. This primarily translates into the provision of specific medical care to the patient. In his work, the young doctor is guided by the latest achievements of science and chooses humane means and methods. Of course, he cannot do without knowing how to make a correct diagnosis. The specialist may also be involved in expert work. He or she is eligible for managerial positions, supervising junior and mid-level staff.

      Duration of education
      The dental profession requires a thorough grounding in theory and practical experience, which you can expect to study for five years as a full-time student. Some institutions also have a mixed form, but this entails six years of study.
      Disciplines included in the course of study
      You the following subjects will be studied by student: Pediatric Prosthodontics; Endodontics; Gerontology; Pediatric Dentistry; Cariesology; Mucosal diseases; Implantology; Orthodontics; Reconstructive surgery; Dental hard tissue diseases; Clinical Dentistry; Anaesthesiology; Local anaesthesia; Propaedeutics; Periodontics.
      Skills acquired during the education
      This course teaches the future dentist many valuable skills: Dental check-up; oral hygiene advice; selection of toothbrush and toothpaste; teaching tooth brushing; diagnosis of dental diseases; treatment of diseases; pain management; simple prosthetic treatment; professional hygiene; hygiene procedures for persons who have undergone jaw and facial surgery; operation of modern dental equipment; participation in investigations and court proceedings; sanitation of premises; completion of medical records; management of medical staff (junior and middle).
      Perspectives for employment in the profession
      Good professionals who have completed this training are always in demand. They can find work in their field in both public and private medical institutions.
      Traditionally, dentists and dentists who choose maxillofacial dentistry as their main field of expertise are better paid.
      Benefits of residency education
      In-depth study of medical topics and gaining valuable experience plays a significant role in a graduate's future career. Your residency program is built around a theoretical foundation. Here you get to know your chosen profile in more detail. Students are also sure to engage in practical activities and research work.

    The name of joint educational program is "Pediatrics" (admission quota - 50 places). Duration of education consist of 6 years (3 + 3).
    Specialist in paediatrics (specialist)
    Degree: General practitioner in paediatrics
      The health of the younger generation is the most valuable thing that adults care about today. It affects the future not just of the family, but of the country as a whole. That is why paediatrics is considered strategically important. It produces professionals who must be guided by the latest science and technology. Their main task is not only to effectively deal with childhood illnesses, but also to prevent them, that is, also engage in prevention. Modern paediatrics has advanced even further than in not so distant past times. Today it has at its disposal a variety of remedies and methods. This does not mean that the work of the specialist is easy. He always walks the line, as he takes enormous responsibility not only for the health, but also for the life of the little patient.
      Admission requirements
      This course develops true professionals, equipping them with valuable knowledge and practical skills. They should have a thorough knowledge of the exact and natural sciences. Based on this requirement, it is clear which subjects students usually take when applying to universities in Moscow: Chemistry (core exam); Russian; Physics/Biology.
      Professions
      The training of future specialists follows strict national standards, but at the same time they are taught about the latest developments in paediatrics. In the course of their work, the medical practitioner does not just deal with acute health problems in children. They must follow a child from birth onwards. In the process, patterns or warning signs are detected, which prompt the paediatrician to seek help for prevention, treatment or examination by more specialized professionals. If desired, the young professional may choose an interesting career path if he or she pursues a particular area of interest. For example, he or she could focus on childhood heart disease, nervous system problems, diseases of the eye, hearing or joints. With responsible training and the desire to develop, a doctor can also apply for management positions.
      Duration of education
      The specific nature of the speciality requires a period of study of six years.
      Disciplines included in the course of study
      A young specialist must master the following subjects: ophthalmology; paediatrics (hospital); pediatric surgery; pediatric infectious diseases; medical genetics; faculty paediatrics; otorhinolaryngology; emergency paediatrics; endocrinology; outpatient paediatrics; oncology; neurology; radiotherapy.
      Skills acquired during the education
      Studying on this course involves acquiring the following professional competencies:
    primary/secondary/tertiary prevention of childhood and adolescent illnesses; dispensary care; diagnosis of childhood illnesses; first aid in patient emergencies; forensic medical examination; therapeutic treatment, surgery; diagnosis/management of pregnancy; childbirth management; Patient evaluation; teaching children and their relatives health improvement procedures aimed at prevention of illnesses; working with medications; application of unconventional methods of treatment, physical therapy, physiotherapy; nursing management; record keeping; quality control of patient care.
      Perspectives for employment in the profession
      This is always a popular field, so graduates have no questions about where to work when they graduate. First of all, specialists are in demand in state medical institutions. They also have the opportunity to find a position in a private centre, where the rates are usually higher. However, your options for employment are not limited to this. It is possible to apply for different positions at educational institutions - schools, kindergartens. Former students find employment in research centres, leisure, recreational and sports organisations and institutions of various forms of ownership.
      Positions held by graduates of the direction:
    paediatrician; neonatologist; gerontologist; paediatric cardiologist/neurologist/otolaryngologist/haematologist/gynaecologist/ radiologist/ophthalmologist/surgeon/endocrinologist; orthopaedist; dietitian.
      Advantages of residency training Graduates can continue their studies in a residency programme. Such a programme provides in-depth knowledge and skills in the chosen specialty. It also focuses on research and teaching.
      If you wish to study under these joint educational programmes, log in the website of the Privolzhsky Research Medical University (https://lka.pimunn.net) and download the necessary information (rules of registration here). In addition, it is necessary to enter the relevant information on the platform http://doubled.sammi.uz/ and upload electronic copies of the following documents (scanned, not photographed) in PDF format.
    - Application to the Rector of SamSMI (download the form). Full information about the applicant (residence address, e-mail address, telephone numbers) should be provided;
    - Certificate or diploma with insert of grades;
    - National passport (home page and place of residence);
    - Photo (3.5 x 4.5 cm).

    In cooperation with the Ternopil National Medical University named after Ya.B. Gorbachevskiy of the Republic of Ukraine:

      The name of joint educational program is "Higher Nursing" (admission quota - 25 places). Duration of education consist of 3 years (2 + 1). Entrance examinations: biology, nursing, Russian language. Course fee is ≈ 15 million sums.
      Speciality in Nursing (undergraduate degree).
      Degree: Bachelor
      The more medicine develops, the stricter the requirements for staff become. In the meantime, the general public still treats nursing as an employee with no particular qualifications. It prepares the labour force with a university degree. The emergence of this field was a reaction to global trends. Experience shows that higher education is reflected in the quality of nursing work. More often than not, such professionals do not leave the profession after completing their bachelor's degree, as they see wide prospects for self-fulfilment. The range of competencies includes not only medical work, but also rehabilitation, organisational, management and research. Entry requirements This course is designed to educate professionals who will subsequently be able to carry out professional tasks, drawing on the background of scientific and medical knowledge. You have the opportunity to study at one of the higher education institutions by completing a general medical degree in general medicine, nursing or midwifery. You can then start your studies as early as your third year.
      Professions
      The qualification entails skilful use of knowledge and practical skills for a wide range of professional tasks. A nurse with a university degree can provide both emergency care and nursing care in a hospital setting or at home. She also conducts education and provides a healthy and safe environment. She is also trained to keep reports and other medical records, as well as organisational and managerial skills.
      Duration of education
      The full range of required subjects can be studied in three years on a full-time basis.
      Disciplines included in the course of study
      To become a bachelor in this field you have to study the following subjects: hygiene: general and hospital hygiene; psychology and pedagogy; nursing and management; epidemiology; public health and marketing; medical and pharmaceutical sciences; population prevention; standardisation and statistics: aspects of public health; nursing: theory and basics; nursing in different fields of medicine; rehabilitation: basics.
      Skills acquired during the education
      After completing the course the professional can perform the following tasks: assisting with treatment and diagnostics; providing nursing care in different settings; assessing the patient; providing emergency care (pre-hospital care); nursing in extreme conditions; providing rehabilitation; providing rehabilitation work; preventive measures; searching for risk factors in the environment and working towards reducing their effects; creating a safe hospital environment; maintaining records and reports; organising nursing activities.
      Perspectives for employment in the profession
      After completing a bachelor's degree, the opportunities for self-fulfilment become much broader and more attractive. Higher education is designed to enable nurses to adapt quickly to innovations and make skilful use of innovations. It is not only in medical and nursing institutions that nurses can work. Such a specialist is needed in school medicine, public health care. There are vacancies in sanatoriums, rehabilitation centres, rest homes. Jobs for a specialist after a bachelor's degree: nurse; administrator; receptionist.
      As your competence grows, you can qualify for more demanding jobs. The advantages of professional development For a nurse, your educational prospects are not limited to a bachelor's degree. You can apply for a Master's degree where you have the opportunity to explore different areas for further self-fulfilment. If you choose the best colleges, you will not only get an introduction to research, but also an internship abroad. This experience will subsequently play an important role in employment. After completing a Master's degree, it is possible to pursue a career in teaching. A professional also has the opportunity to devote his life to science. He has more opportunities for employment in administrative and managerial positions. You can also find interesting and well-paid work in health care organisations, as an expert or consultant.
      If you wish to study under this joint educational program, enter the relevant information on the platform http://doubled.sammi.uz/ and download electronic copies of the following documents (scanned, not photographed) in PDF format.
    - Application to the Rector of SamSMI (download the form). Full information about the applicant (residence address, e-mail address, telephone numbers) should be provided;
    - Certificate or diploma with insert of grades;
    - National passport (home page and place of residence);
    - Photo (3.5 x 4.5 cm).

      Master's degree


      In cooperation with the Ternopil National Medical University named after Ya.B.Gorbachevskiy of the Republic of Ukraine:
      The name of joint educational program is "Higher Nursing" (admission quota - 5 places). The duration of education consist of 2 years (1 + 1). Entrance examinations: subject of specialty, Russian language.
      If you wish to study under this joint educational program, enter the relevant information on the platform http://doubled.sammi.uz/ and download electronic copies of the following documents (scanned, not photographed) in PDF format.
    - Application to the Rector of SamSMI (download the form). Full information about the applicant (residence address, e-mail address, telephone numbers) should be provided;
    - Diploma with its insert;
    - National passport (home page and place of residence);
    - Photo (3.5 x 4.5 cm).
      In cooperation with the Belarusian State Medical University of the Republic of Belarus:

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