On April 14, 2023, a competition on the topic «Language and medicine» will be held among groups in which Kazakh, Russian and English are studied. The competition is attended by first-year students studying in the specialty «General medicine». The competition was organized by teachers of the Department of language disciplines and students of Group 109 «B» of the Faculty of Dentistry.
This is the first competition held within the framework of the Integrated Learning Project. The contestants compete not only in language skills, but also in terms of the skills needed by the doctor, critical thinking, speed and teamwork.
Within the framework of the academic mobility program «Kazakh-Russian medical university», he established contacts with the Ryazan State Medical University named after academician I.P. Pavlov. Ryazan State Medical University, opened in 1943, is one of the largest profile higher educational institutions in Russia. Within the framework of this connection, the Department of language disciplines of KRMU and the Department of Foreign Languages of Ryazan University are also working. By bilateral agreement, from the II Semester of the 2022-23 academic year, teachers of the Department of Foreign Languages of Ryazan State Medical University teach English online to 1st-year students studying in the specialty “General Medicine”, and teachers of the Department of language disciplines of KRMU teach English online to 1st-year students of the Faculty of medical science.
Communication within the framework of the academic mobility program was carried out as a result of the exchange of information and dialogue between the leadership of the two universities and the Departments of international cooperation and academic mobility, departments of language disciplines.
In the process of training future doctors, teaching students the Latin language plays an important role. Without mastering its basics, it is impossible to master medical knowledge. The discipline “Latin language” is closely related to anatomy, biology, biochemistry, microbiology, pharmacology, as well as clinical disciplines.
In a number of medical universities, the Latin language is excluded from the mandatory state standards of education. However, this subject is mandatory at the Kazakh-Russian Medical University. In the current academic year, many first-year students at a meeting with the faculty have said that they chose our university because Latin is taught here.
On January 29, 2023, a meeting of the Latin Language section was held at the Department of Language Disciplines. This is the first meeting in the second semester of the current academic year. For first-year students studying majors as “Dentistry” and “Pharmacy”, Latin is a new discipline, the study of which begins in the second semester.
At the session of the section, issues related to the specifics of teaching Latin to dental students and pharmacists were discussed. The degree of readiness for the first and second midterm controls was reviewed. An instruction was announced, according to which in all groups of all specialties, intermediate controls should be of the same content and have uniform requirements for students.
Teachers who participated in the work of the section exchanged views about the methods of teaching Latin. Senior lecturer Tenizbaeva N.M. shared her work experience. She told about the specifics of the classes that will take place next week. The teachers of Al-Farabi Kazakh National University, who work part-time at our university, expressed their admiration for the students of the Kazakh-Russian Medical University, their knowledge and desire to study. They showed a positive attitude towards teaching students in small groups of 10-12 people.
The section was attended by the head of the department, Ph.D. Duisembekova L.S., head teacher Kulabaeva R.T., Ph.D. Akkozhina B.K., Ph.D. Mukanova Z.A., Ph.D. D.A. Karagoishieva, senior teachers: Tenizbaeva N.M., Bayanbayeva A.A., Halimuldinova L.
On 2th of February 2023, the Kazakh-Russian Medical University will hold an International Scientific Student Conference in honor to the 90th anniversary of Mukhtar Aliyevich Aliyev, DMS, Professor, Academician
The conference is aimed to develop new research approaches for the young scientists
The conference will be hold in 3 languages: Kazakh/Russian/English.
Place: Republic of Kazakhstan, Almaty, Abylai Khan str. 51/53, 7th floor, 717 auditorium.
Event format: offline and online
Date: February 2, 2023.
Speaking time: 7 minutes for presentation, 3 minutes for questions and answers. Time will be controlled, after 7 minutes the report will be stopped
Interns, Residents, Undergraduates, Postgraduates and Medical Students.
Section 01. Clinical Medicine
Section 02. Theoretical Aspects of Medical Science
Section 03 Postgraduate Education
Section 04. Long-term Care System
The conference will be held in a hybrid format:
– offline meeting in the lecture hall of the Kazakh-Russian Medical University
– online format will be held on the BigBlueButton platform (a link to the connection will be sent additionally).
According to the results of the conference, the winners of the 1st, 2nd and 3rd places will receive honor prizes. At the end of the conference, certificates of participants and listeners are provided.
The proposed materials should correspond to the main directions of the conference. The authors are fully responsible for the content of the works.
The submitted materials will be submitted for discussion to the organizing committee, which reserves the right to select materials. In case of acceptance of the report, the author is notified by e-mail specified in the application. In case of refusal, the materials will not be returned.
Materials sent on 01/30/2023 after 23:59 Astana time will not be accepted for consideration.
4.Requirements for the submitted abstracts:
Text up to 1500 characters. Title of the report, full name authors.
Below is the text of the abstracts of the report.
– Materials and methods
Contact person: Tanabergenov Ilan Aihuatovich, +77472491809,
One of the most important problems of the modern education system is the professionalization of education. One of the goals of the Kazakh-Russian Medical University team is to train a competitive specialist who can be in demand in the labor market. One of the tasks is the integration of Kazakh, Russian and English languages, increasing integration in the educational space to a new level. Integrated learning develops the information, cognitive and communicative competence of the student. Today, the seminar on integrated learning was conducted by the teacher of the Kazakh language Kulabayeva R. T., the teacher of the Russian language Amanbayeva G. K., the teacher of the English language Ibragimova A.M. This is a trial lesson aimed at preparing for the II semester, improving the skills of integration training. During the lesson, the grammatical topic “Complex complement” and the names, symptoms, ways of treating liver and biliary tract diseases in three languages were considered. The role of students was played by teachers of the department. The seminar was attended by the head of the department, Doctor of Philology Duisembekova L.S., teachers: Shaikhova M. A., Beisebekova G., Moldagalieva S. A., Utesheva E. A., Saurikova A.M., Abylgazina B. S., Sapar G. S., Keishilova S. M., Ayapbergenova K. S., Bayanbayeva A. Today was a day of professional and creative development.
Teaching medical terms in English in medical universities is one of the urgent problems today. A good knowledge of medical terms in English is one of the tools for information exchange and self-development as a future professional for today’s student. Senior lecturer of the Department of Language Disciplines of the Kazakh-Russian Medical University of the Language Moldagalieva S. A. shared her experience of teaching medical terms in English. The elective course program is designed to understand and improve the skills of studying, using equivalents of frequently used medical terms in English, Kazakh, Russian. According to Svetlana Aydyngalievna, students’ interest in this elective course is very high.
January 16, 2023, a seminar on the exchange of experience concerned integrated training was held at the Department of Language Disciplines. The purpose of the seminar was to improve pedagogical skills and perform a preliminary analysis of planing to be held in the II semester.
The grammatical topic was the “Present continuous tense”, and the lexical topic the “Respiratory System”. Within the framework of this topic, the main symptoms (cough, fever, shortness of breath, sleep disorders, etc.) as well as ways of treating diseases of the respiratory system such as pneumonia, pleurisy, etc. were considered in three languages.
The detailed lesson development in Kazakh was presented by Abylgazina B.Sh. and in English by Shaikhova M. A.. During the seminar teachers of the department participated as students. Candidate of Philological Sciences, associate professor of the department Chumbalova G. M. showed a good example of classroom work and homework assignments for students that were aimed towards further research of this topic.
A role-playing game on the topic “A doctor and a mother with a sick child” was successfully performed in the form of a dialogue, with the condition that the participants should speak primarily the “Present continuous tense” with the purpose to consolidate the present continuous tense and summarize the topic. So, if three subgroups perform a role-playing game in three languages (Kazakh, Russian, English), this task will prove itself to be productive. The seminar was attended by the head of the department, Doctor of Philology Duisembekova L.S., teachers: Kulabaeva R. T., Beisebekova G., Ibragimova A.M., Amanbayeva G. K., Moldagalieva S. A., Keremkulova M. B., Utesheva E. A. The exchange of experience will continue tomorrow.
The 4TH International English Language Competition
for Medical and Pharmaceutical Students
The Olympiad is a series of contests designed to test the English language skills of medical and pharmaceutical university students around the world.
From our university, first-year students of a multilingual group participate in the Olympiad. The results will be on February 15. Good luck! #medengolymp
In the 26th of the November 14:00 o’cklok the Department of “Anatomy with the courses” will organize and hold the subject Olympiad in the topic “Morphofunctional features of the human’s reproductive system”. The Olympiad will be held in the 108 classroom of the Department of “Anatomy with the courses”. The students’ teams of the 2ry course of the “General medicine” will participate, where they will demonstrate their knowledge in the anatomy, the histology, the physiology of the human’s reproductive system. The students will have to present their teams, are using all knowledge decide the situational tasks and execute the creative tasks. The languages of the Olympiad: Russian, Kazakh, English. According to the developed criteria, the commission will evaluate the students’ answers for each competition of the Olympiad.
More information can be found on the conference website: sdu.edu.kz/iclss
The Faculty of Law and Social Sciences at Suleyman Demirel University (Kazakhstan) will host an international online conference on Law and Social Sciences on 16-17 April, 2021. The conference seeks to provide a common venue for academics, professionals, researchers, PhD candidates, master students in the field of law and social sciences from around the world. The theme of the conference – “Law and Social Sciences during the COVID-19 Pandemic” – is elaborated in order to facilitate the discussion on how the COVID-19 affected the fields of law, international relations, journalism, public administration and human rights.
The major aim of this conference is to outline the extent of the COVID-19’s impact, offer new approaches in dealing with the challenges of the current pandemic, facilitate the exchange of ideas and research experiences, and present new collaborative and networking opportunities.
The Faculty of Law and Social Sciences is glad to welcome scholars from the local and international universities, research institutes and other relevant institutions to participate in this conference. This event will bring together distinguished speakers and scholars to give keynote speeches and conduct panel discussions.
Subthemes of the conference include:
- Globalization in the COVID-19 Era
- Regional integration during the time of COVID-19
- Problems of global governance
- The right to health and challenges of the privatization of health care
- Children’s rights and women’s rights in the context of domestic violence
- Medical professional liability insurance
- International trade law
- Cybersecurity and IT law
- Past pandemics and their overall impact
- Effects of the pandemic on journalism ethics
- Impact of the pandemic on news production and consumption
- The role of the media during the pandemic
The conference will be organized on tracks such as Law, International Relations, History and Public Administration, Journalism and Mass Communication, and Human Rights in the format of online concurrent presentation sessions and panel discussions.
The languages of the conference are English, Kazakh and Russian.
Article/extended abstract submission guidelines
Authors can choose to submit either a full article (3500-4000 words) or an extended abstract (1500 words). All articles and extended abstracts will be reviewed by a peer review committee and included in the conference proceeding.
- 20 March 2021: Deadline for registration and article/extended abstract submission
- 31 March 2021: Acceptance notification
- 12 April 2021: Conference final program
There is no participation fee. More information can be found on the conference website: sdu.edu.kz/iclss
To participate in the conference, please fill out the form on the conference website.