On April 21, 2022, in the assembly hall of the SKMA, a seminar “Organization and improvement of the methodology of scientific research in the Erasmus + project” was held, dedicated to the Day of Science, organized by the Department of Emergency Medicine and Nursing.
The purpose of the seminar is to disseminate information about projects, results, impact, both at the individual and institutional levels, wider involvement of faculty and students. Vice-rector for scientific and clinical work Nurmashev B.K. delivered a welcoming speech, emphasizing the relevance and importance of the Erasmus + programs, which make it possible to improve educational programs, increase the potential of university teachers and students.
Head of the Department of Strategic Development and International Cooperation Akhmetova A.A. introduced the Erasmus + projects, highlighted the issues of international credit mobility (ICM), capacity building of the teaching staff (Capacity building), dissemination of information about projects, recognition of projects (logo, handouts).

The seminar was attended by the head of the Department of scientific and clinical work, doctoral studies and magistracy Zhaksylyk A.A., the chairman of the COP OM Dosybaeva G.N., the faculty of the department, students, resident doctors, interns.
Head of the Department of Emergency Medicine and Nursing, academic coordinator Seidakhmetova A.A. made a presentation on the project: “Improving nursing at the level of master’s and doctoral studies in the higher education system of Kazakhstan – AccelEd”, which is aimed at reforming nursing science and research in the higher education system of Kazakhstan. The report covered the goals of the project, the main target groups, project partners, structure, work packages, the timing of the project, implemented activities, the results achieved during the implementation. In October 2021, this project provided access to the CINAHL (Cumulative Index to Nursing and Allied Health Literature) database.

Team members shared their experience of participating in Erasmus+ projects and using the results in their activities. The seminar was organized and conducted in an interactive form, the present speakers asked questions, which were answered during the seminar.
Assistant of the department, researcher Yunusmetov E.Sh. made a report on the implementation of service design, its central cores, phases of discovery, definition, design, development, stages. He spoke in detail about the work done at the department for carrying out service design, the created multiprofessional group, the developed goals, tasks, the work done – the workshops held.
Department assistant, researcher Auezkhankyzy Dana spoke about the training on a Comprehensive Systematic Review. The program was provided by JBI, an international research organization based in the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences, University of Adelaide, South Australia. The training provided the participants with the opportunity to improve their skills in developing protocols for qualitative and quantitative systematic reviews.
Participants received a year’s access to the JBI SUMARI (Unified Assessment and Review Information Management System), a web-based application designed to assist researchers and practitioners in areas such as health, social sciences and humanities. Upon completion of the training, all participants received certificates of participation.
Department assistant, researcher Khodjakulova U.A. spoke about the training course “Essence and development of the theory of nursing care”, organized by Abo Akademi University (Finland) and the Medical University of Astana, the purpose of which was to develop modern theories of nursing care and introduce them into clinical practice. Participants explored a range of theories and models used in nursing science, education and clinical practice, learned how to teach theories and how to evaluate nursing theories used in research. The experience and knowledge gained within the framework of the project is useful for everyone for development.

It was noted that participation in international projects provides an opportunity for teaching staff, students to increase their potential, acquire teamwork skills, language, analytical skills, and skills in developing educational programs. Thanks to master classes, seminars and internships under the project, undergraduates and doctoral students, teachers will be able to expand their knowledge and scientific knowledge of their activities. The seminar was held at a high organizational level, it was interesting and informative for those present.


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