Professional Development center and additional education

Management

Saparova Lyailum

head of centre

Saparova Lyaylyum Tasbolatovna has been the head of Professional development center and additional education since January 2007.

She graduated from the Tselinograd State Medical Institute with a degree in Pediatrics.

1999- Assistant at the Department of Family Medicine of the Kazakh State Medical Academy. In 2003, she defended her candidate thesis;

2004 - Associate professor at the Department of Children's Diseases No.1 with a propaedeutic course for childhood diseases;

2008 - Associate professor at the Department of General Medical Practice No.2. Saparova Lyaylyum is Associate Professor at the Department of General Medical Practice with a course of evidence-based medicine.

As the head of the structural unit, she improves her professional skills not only in Kazakhstan, but also abroad, in London (England) and Tel Aviv (Israel). She is author of more than 80 scientific works in international and national publications, 3 educational and methodological manuals.


Staff

Barlybaeva Aisha Ermukhanovna

Chief Specialist

Ibraeva Altynay

Chief specialist

Abdullina Zhupar

Leading specialist

Shaimerdenova Anara

specialist

Formation story

The Professional development center and additional education was established in 2002 as a faculty for the improvement of doctors, according to the decision of the administration 07.01.2002.

Since January 2009, in connection with the reorganization of the Kazakh State Medical Academy RSE in the «Astana Medical University» NJSC, the faculty was renamed into the faculty of continuous professional development and further education.  Since September 2019, due to a change in the structure of the university, the faculty was renamed the Center for Professional Development and Further Education.

The university’s strategy is aimed at meeting the needs of students and medical personnel of the Republic of Kazakhstan in professional higher and postgraduate education, in continuing education and continuous professional development, the implementation of which has been carried out by the Center for Professional Development and Further Education for more than 17 years.

Goals

The aim of the Center is educational activities aimed at the implementation of programs of continuing professional development and further education.

Activity

Based on applications from health departments, the Center for Professional Development and Further Education plans and conducts further training courses and retraining for the state order under program 005 “Further training and retraining of personnel of state healthcare organizations”, as well as conducts contractual cycles.

The Center for Professional Development and Further Education provides all types of additional education for medical workers (full-time, distance learning):

Retraining (specialization) - in the amount from 864 hours to 1080 hours (4-5 months), depending on the specialty.

Further training - in the amount of 54, 108, 162, 216 hours. (1, 2, 3, 4 weeks, respectively).

Master classes, seminars - at the request of medical organizations of the Republic of Kazakhstan.

Further training and retraining of medical workers is carried out in accordance with the Model curricula for 48 medical specialties (order of the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Kazakhstan No. 165 dated April 14, 2017; order of the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Kazakhstan No. 660 dated August 28, 2017):

1. Therapy (teenage therapy, nutrition)

2. General medical practice (family medicine)

3. Cardiology (ultrasound diagnostics according to the profile of the main specialty, functional diagnostics according to the profile of the main specialty, interventional cardiology, interventional arrhythmology) (adult)

4. Cardiology (ultrasound diagnostics according to the profile of the main specialty, functional diagnostics according to the profile of the main specialty, interventional cardiology, interventional arrhythmology) (children)

5. Rheumatology (adult)

6. Rheumatology (pediatric)

7. Allergology and immunology (adult, pediatric)

8. Gastroenterology (endoscopy according to the profile of the main specialty, ultrasound diagnostics according to the profile of the main specialty) (adult)

9. Gastroenterology (endoscopy according to the profile of the main specialty, ultrasound diagnostics according to the profile of the main specialty) (children)

10. Pulmonology (endoscopy according to the profile of the main specialty, functional diagnostics according to the profile of the main specialty) (adult)

11. Pulmonology (endoscopy according to the profile of the main specialty, functional diagnostics according to the profile of the main specialty) (children)

12. Phthisiology (adult, pediatric)

13. Endocrinology (adult)

14. Endocrinology (children's)

15. Neurology (functional diagnostics according to the profile of the main specialty (adult)

16. Neurology (functional diagnostics according to the profile of the main specialty (children)

17. Psychiatry (narcology, psychotherapy, sexopathology, medical psychology, forensic psychiatric examination, forensic drug examination)

18. Pediatric psychiatry (pediatric addiction, pediatric psychotherapy, pediatric medical psychology, suicidology, forensic examination, forensic psychiatric examination) "

19. Nephrology (ultrasound diagnostics according to the profile of the main specialty) (adult, pediatric)

20. Medical rehabilitation (adult, pediatric)

21. Sports medicine

22. Traditional therapy (reflexology, manual therapy, su-jock therapy, homeopathy, hirudotherapy, herbal medicine)

23. Radiation diagnostics (radiology, computed and magnetic resonance imaging, ultrasound diagnostics, nuclear medicine)

24. Radiation therapy (radiology)

25. Functional diagnostics

26. Clinical laboratory diagnostics

27. Clinical pharmacology

28. Forensic medical examination

29. Pathological anatomy (cytopathology) (adult, children)

30. Infectious diseases (adults)

31. Infectious diseases (children)

32. Dermatovenerology (dermatocosmetology) (adult, pediatric)

33. Anesthesiology and intensive care (perfusion, toxicology) (adult)

34. Anesthesiology and intensive care (perfusion, toxicology, neonatal resuscitation) (pediatric)

35. General surgery (thoracic surgery, abdominal surgery, transplantology, coloproctology, oncological surgery, ultrasound diagnostics according to the profile of the main specialty, endoscopy according to the profile of the main specialty)

36. Traumatology-orthopedics (cambustiology) (adult, children)

37. Oral and maxillofacial surgery (adult, pediatric)

38. Oncology (chemotherapy, mammology) (adult)

39. Oncology (chemotherapy, mammology) (pediatric)

40. Urology and andrology (adult, pediatric)

41. Ophthalmology (adult, pediatric)

42. Otorhinolaryngology (audiology, endoscopy according to the profile of the main specialty (adult, children)

43. Pediatrics (neonatology)

44. Obstetrics and gynecology (pediatric gynecology, functional diagnostics, ultrasound diagnostics according to the profile of the main specialty, endoscopy according to the profile of the main specialty)

45. Healthcare management

46. Public Health

47. Hygiene and epidemiology (general hygiene, labor hygiene, hygiene of children and adolescents, food hygiene, communal hygiene, radiation hygiene, toxicology, epidemiology, parasitology, bacteriology, virology, microbiology)

48. Nursing, etc.

Achievements

 - Pedagogical mastery is being improved, flexible forms of training are being applied to expand ties with practical healthcare through the introduction of innovative educational approaches: modular construction of training programs, taking into account the regional component, oriented to the consumer (distance learning technologies);

 - Information and communication communications are being developed to ensure leadership in the regional education market and introduce innovations in the provision of quality educational services;

 - The Professional development center and additional education continues to provide highly qualified specialists to the Republic of Kazakhstan and the CIS countries;

 - The faculty has its own hostel with 30 beds.

 

Contact data

Address: 010000, Nur-Sultan, st.  Beibitshilik, 49a.

Tel: (7172) 53-95-45, 53-95-23, 53-94-38