Oct 17

Online meeting of the participants of the Erasmus + Harmonization And mutual Recognition of Master programmes in OccupatioNal and Environmental hEalth HARMONEE

On September 23, 2021, a meeting was held on the Erasmus + project “618829-EPP-1-2020-1-IT-EPPKA2-CBHE-JP Harmonization And mutual Recognition of Master programs in OccupatioNal and Environmental hEalth HARMONEE”.
The main purpose of the meeting: Which modules will be developed and which partners – project participants will jointly develop them.
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Also, training was conducted on how to find a socially important problem in the field of public health and how to involve stakeholders to solve this problem.

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At the end of the meeting, the issues of the upcoming Summer (autumn) school were discussed.

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Oct 17

Erasmus+ Harmonization And mutual Recognition of Master programmes in OccupatioNal and Environmental hEalth HARMONEE project meeting

On February 12, 2021, a kick-off meeting was held on the Erasmus + Harmonization And mutual Recognition of Master programs in OccupatioNal and Environmental hEalth / HARMONEE 2021-2023 project. The aim of the project is to harmonize training programs in occupational health and the environment in the Central Asian region and gain their recognition in European countries.
The priority tasks are the development of three joint educational modules and advanced training (strengthening scientific and pedagogical competencies, mastering professional English) of the project members for the conduct of these training programs. The team of NJSC “MUK” consists of a coordinator – Kalishev Marat Guzairovich, an economist – Tsai Natalya Vladimirovna and a teaching staff, designed to update and create a number of disciplines in the direction of the project – Zhakenova Saule Rakhimzhanovna, Ibrayeva Lyazat Kataevna, Erdesov Nurbek Zharkinovich, Zhamantaev Olzhalyevich Olzhasegalevich. For all questions you are interested in, you can contact by mail Kalishev@qmu.kz. If you are a student, undergraduate or doctoral student, then you have the opportunity to intern or carry out scientific work together with the project partners.
Project participants from the University of Milan, Italy, Utrecht University, Netherlands, International Medical University and Osh University, Kyrgyzstan, Khujand University, Tajikistan, Samarkand Medical University, Uzbekistan and Karaganda Medical University, Kazakhstan discussed and identified areas of responsibility of each partner, stages of work.
Project Manager Claudio Colosio and Communication Officer Carlo Bitetto emphasized the importance of teamwork and transparency, and the dissemination of progress and results.

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Jun 16

Comprehensive systematic review completed

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The training on the Comprehensive Systematic Review was completed, in which 31 participants from the Medical Universities of Kazakhstan and Europe took part. The program was provided by JBI, an international research organization based in the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences at the University of Adelaide, South Australia.

The training provided an opportunity for participants to improve their skills in developing protocols for qualitative and quantitative systematic reviews, and all participants began to develop their own systematic review topics. Significantly, attendees gained one-year access to the JBI SUMARI (System for the Unified Management of the Assessment and Review of Information) platform, a web-based application designed to help researchers and practitioners in areas such as health, social and human sciences.

Training in a comprehensive systematic review is a great investment for the Medical Universities of Kazakhstan, as it will provide the most convincing evidence for decision making or clinical guidelines in healthcare.

Upon completion of the training, all participants received certificates of participation and expressed a desire to continue working on systematic reviews.

 

мая 13

ERASMUS+ SPRING project Peer Review Crews and Planning Missions

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The Karaganda Medical University is a participant at ERASMUS+ SPRING project aimed to increase the potential of our university in the field of higher education in Kazakhstan. Our university became a participant in this project one and half years ago. Today the v team is moving forward into creating the of Self-Evaluation reports and peer review crew missions.

At the regular meeting of the Multinational Peer Review Board, representatives of the countries and universities discussed the process of development of Self-Evaluation reports.

The board member Prof. Viktor P. Riklefs mentioned that Karaganda Medical University is completing and editing an updated version of SER of Karaganda medical university.

The MPRB members also established the expert crews for peer-review evaluation missions and suggestions for peer review crew missions  at “KMU” NCJSC in September-October 2021. The peer-review mission is planned to be held on-site.  The activity of the ERASMUS+ SPRING project team will serve to enhance the quality of the medical education program in our university.

мая 05

2nd training module with JBI

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Work on the development of a systematic review protocol began. Today started the 2nd day of the 2nd training module with JBI. Today, participants reviewed data synthesis and meta-analysis, Presenting and FinaliSing the Report, reviews of prevalence and incidence, etiology and risks. Participants had the opportunity to present their presentations in which they presented their research question and inclusion and exclusion criteria for review on effectiveness. The training lecturers gave feedback and now the training participants will continue to work on their review in the SUMARI program.

мая 04

Online seminar “Best practices of collaboration in nursing between healthcare organizations and universities”

 

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Today, on May 4, an online seminar “Best practices of collaboration in nursing between healthcare organizations and universities” was held, which was attended by medical universities of Kazakhstan and Europe, as well as representatives of practical health care. As part of the workshop, Inesh Meermanova from Karaganda Medical University presented Best international practices fostering Evidence-based Nursing (EBN) through collaboration between academic and healthcare – literature review. After that, European and Kazakhstani universities presented the best practices of collaboration in Nursing, which were identified as part of the e-benchmarking discussion.

Also Preliminary recommendations for collaboration structures and processes development between universities and healthcare presented by Annina Kangas-Niemi JAMK University of Applied Sciences, Finland and Feruza Saduyeva, Karaganda Medical University, Kazakhstan. As part of the work in the session rooms, the applicability of preliminary recommendations of collaborative practices in the context of Kazakhstan was discussed.

Apr 28

The first day of the second training module on Comprehensive Systematic Review

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The first day of the second training module on Comprehensive Systematic Review with JBI has begun, which is aimed at Conducting systematic reviews of quantitative evidence. Participants are now discussing the design of quantitative studies. They also perform tasks on the correct choice of research design. Participants discuss how to do The Critical Appraisal of Studies and analyze articles in small groups. This is an important skill for the researcher as it assesses the methodological quality of the study and determines the degree / risk in which the study addresses the risk of bias in its design, conduct and analysis. After lunch, the participants will continue to work on developing the systematic review outline and discuss Study Data and Data Extraction.

Apr 28

The training of teaching staff in the field of expert assessment of higher education organizations

In fulfilment of the task of self-evaluation report of NJSC “Medical University of Karaganda”, planned by the Multinational peer review board (MPRB) of the ERASMUS + SPRING project, members of the work group of the project held a seminar to train the academic and faculty staff of schools “General Medicine” and “Dentistry”, and the staff of the Department of Academic Affairs. Within the framework of the seminar the team of the project held the series of online and offline meetings, which allowed the employees of “KMU” NJSC to acquire and improve competencies in the field of expert assessment of higher education organizations. The result of the training was the acquisition of skills for self-assessment using the QUALITY ASSURANCE STANDARDS FOR PEER REVIEW OF HIGHER EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS tool, which was developed by the MPRB of the ERASMUS + SPRING project.

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Apr 14

Comprehensive Systematic Review Training

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04/14/2021 passed the first training module under the comprehensive systematic review program of the JBI Institute, the University of Adelaide, organized by the Karaganda Medical University and the JAMK University of Applied Sciences.

The training is part of the AccelED project (“Accelerating Master and PhD Level Nursing Education Development in the Higher Education System in Kazakhstan”), which is funded by the EU through the Erasmus +, which implements innovative projects to increase capacity and reform higher education.

Karaganda Medical University was represented by Dean of the School of Public Health and Biomedicine Zh.A. Dauletkalieva, Deputy Dean for Academic Affairs of the School of Nursing Education A.R. Aitmagambetov, and PhD students “Public Health” and “Nursing Science” I.B. Meyermanov, F.Kh. Saduyeva, Zh.M. Kuanysh.

The Joanna Briggs Institute (JBI) Comprehensive Systematic Review Training Program enables participants to learn how to conduct robust systematic reviews of different evidence types in order to provide the strongest possible evidence to inform decision making or clinical guidelines in health care.

The training consists of 3 modules and preparation of the protocol:

Module 1: Introduction to Evidence-Based Healthcare and the Systematic Review of Evidence, 14.4.2021

Module 2: The Systematic Review of Evidence Generated through Quantitative Research, 28.4.2021 and 5.5.2021

Systematic review Protocol Preparation: 6.4-1.6.2021

Module 3: The Systematic Review of Evidence Generated by Qualitative Research, Narrative & Text: 2.6.2021 and 9.6.2021

 

 

Apr 07

e-benchmarking discussion with the Karaganda Medical University

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Continuing the e-benchmarking of the discussion about the current practices of cooperation in Nursing, representatives of the Institute of Public Health and Professional Health and the School of Nursing Education of the Karaganda Medical University, as well as the Regional Center of Traumatology and Orthopedics named after Kh.Zh. Makazhanov.

During the meeting, the director of the Institute of Public Health and Professional Health B.K. Omarkulov shared the current practices of cooperation between the university and the clinic. Also during the meeting, the current problems of mentoring students by nurses were identified, and ways to improve work. M.I. Kopbaeva, Deputy Director for Nursing at the Regional Center for Traumatology and Orthopedics, presented her vision of developing and strengthening cooperation for training nurses.

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