International scientific-practical conference dedicated to the 80th anniversary of the College
30.10.2015 years, the teachers of the College participated in the International scientific-practical conference “About the future development of nursing in the Republic of Kazakhstan. Modern approaches to the preparation of nursing professionals”, dedicated to the 80th anniversary of the institution with the participation of partners from Russia and Finland.
The conference was attended by delegates and guests from all regions of the Republic of Kazakhstan: Ministry of health and social development of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Department of health of Astana city, Administration of education of Astana city, heads and specialists of the nursing service of the health organizations of Astana and regions of Kazakhstan, as well as participants from Finland and the Russian Federation; representatives of Universities of Kazakhstan, Directors of government and non-government medical colleges of the Republic of Kazakhstan.
The moderators of the conference:
Syzdykova A. A. – Director of the Department of science and human resources of the Ministry of health and social development of the Republic of Kazakhstan
Seidumanov S. T. – vneshtatnyy main specialist of the Ministry of health and social development of the Republic of Kazakhstan in nursing
Sarzhanova A. N. – Director of GCE “Medical College” Astana akimat.
The conference was aimed at discussing key issues and improving the system of training of nursing on the modern stage, preparing nurses for a new generation of reorganization of PHC on the basis of international standards, the development of the Center of nursing care – as a mechanism to coordinate the reform of nursing, roles of professional associations in the development of nursing; problems of continuing medical education and specific features of formation of competences of nurses based on patient-centered approach; the role of simulation education in nursing; problems and prospects of development of nursing in Astana. Colleagues from Finland and the Russian Federation shared his experience of training nursing care based on evidence-based medicine and modern technology.