Doctor of Medicine

SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH MEDICAL SOCIAL INSTITUTE


                               

 

“Reviewed 

at the meeting of the Scientific Council of NIMSI , minutes   

№ __ dated ___ ___ 2018                                          

“Approved”

Rector of NIMSI

b . n., associate professor

Sh.Sh. Nurdinov

_____________________

“___” ____________ 2018

  

MAIN EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM

 

HIGHER PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION

Direction of training (specialty)

560001 General medicine

Decree of the Government of the Kyrgyz Republic of September 15, 2014 No. 530

SES VPO was approved by the order of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Kyrgyz Republic of September 15, 2015, No. 1179/1;

Qualification (degree) – Specialist (Doctor of Medicine)

The standard term of the program is 5 years.

Form of study – full-time

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1. GENERAL PROVISIONS

1.1. Introduction

 

The main educational program (PLO) of higher professional education, implemented in the Research Medical-Social Institute (NIMSI) of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Kyrgyz Republic (MES KR) in the direction of training (specialty) 560001 Medical business, is a set of documents developed and approved NIMSI taking into account the requirements of the labor market on the basis of the State Educational Standard of Higher Professional Education (GOS VPO) in the direction of training (specialty) 560001 Medical business, and also taking into account the approximate basic educational program recommended by the Educational and Methodical Council of NIMSI.

The PLO regulates the objectives, expected results, content, conditions and technologies for the implementation of the educational process, assessment of the quality of graduate training in this area of ​​training and includes: curriculum , calendar curriculum, programs of disciplines (modules), practical training programs, research programs students’ works and methodological materials that ensure the implementation of relevant educational technologies.

1.2. Regulatory documents, which are the basis for the PLO

The regulatory framework for the development of the PLO is:

 Law of the Kyrgyz Republic “On Education” (dated April 15, 1994 No. 1485-XII with subsequent editions);

 The national health care reform program of the Kyrgyz Republic “Den Sooluk” developed for 2012-2016 and is a logical continuation of the previous National programs for the reform of the health care system of the Kyrgyz Republic – “Manas” (1996-2005) and “Manas taalimi” (2006-2011 years), approved by the Government of the Kyrgyz Republic dated May 24, 2012 No. 309;

 Regulation on the educational organization of higher professional education of the Kyrgyz Republic, approved by the Government of the Kyrgyz Republic on February 3, 2004, No. 53.

 Regulatory legal acts regulating the activities of educational organizations of higher and secondary vocational education of the Kyrgyz Republic, approved by the Government of the Kyrgyz Republic dated May 29, 2012 No. 346;

 Decrees of the Government of the Kyrgyz Republic “On Delegation of Certain Legislative Powers of the Government of the Kyrgyz Republic to Several State Executive Authorities and the Integration of Higher Professional Education into the International Educational Space” of September 15, 2014, No. 530.

 Order of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Kyrgyz Republic “On approval of state educational standards of higher professional education” dated September 15, 2015, No. 1179/1;

 State educational standard of higher professional education in the direction of training (specialty) 560001 Medicine, approved by Order of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Kyrgyz Republic of September 15, 2015, No. 1179/1;

 The Charter of the Research Medical-Social Institute .

 Local normative legal acts of NIMSI governing the educational process.

 The curriculum for the specialty 560001 Medicine.

1.3. General characteristics of the main educational program of higher professional education

 

1.3.1. Objective (mission and objectives) of the PLO:

 

Goal 1: Prepare a specialist who knows how to carry out prevention, diagnosis and treatment, possessing organizational, managerial and educational skills, as well as research and development abilities aimed at preserving and improving the health of the population, corresponding to the conditions of a changing modern world;

Goal 2: Provide basic theoretical and clinical knowledge for the acquisition of professional skills in the provision of treatment-and-prophylactic and medical-social assistance to the population of Kyrgyzstan, readiness for postgraduate education and the implementation of partnership relations in the field of health care;

Goal 3: To form traditional universal human and national cultural and moral values, professional and ethical responsibility, skills of critical thinking, self-realization and self-education demanded by modern society;

1.3.2. Learning outcomes of OOP:

PO 1 – Able to use the basic knowledge of the humanities, natural sciences, economic disciplines in professional work.

  PO 1 = OK1 + OK2 + OK3 + OK4 + SLK2

  OK-1  is able to analyze socially significant problems and processes, to use in practice the methods of humanitarian, natural sciences, biomedical and clinical sciences in various types of professional and social activities ;

OK-2 – is capable of analyzing ideological, socially and personally significant problems, the main philosophical categories, to self-improvement;

OK-3 – is capable of analyzing significant political events and trends, mastering the basic concepts and laws of the world historical process, respectful and caring attitude to historical heritage and traditions, possess knowledge of historical and medical terminology;

OK-4 – is able to analyze economic problems and social processes, use methods of economic relations in the health care system;

SLK -2 is capable and ready to reveal the natural scientific essence of the problems arising in the course of the doctor’s professional activity.

PO2 – Able to carry out business communication, articulately and clearly express their thoughts in the state and official languages, speak one of the foreign languages ​​at the level of social communication.

  PO2 = OK5 + OK6 + IC2

  OK-5 – capable of logical and reasoned analysis, public speaking, discussion and controversy, the implementation of educational and educational activities, cooperation and conflict resolution; to tolerance;

OK-6 – is able and willing to learn one of the foreign languages ​​at the level of everyday communication, written and oral communication in the official language and official languages;

IK-2 – ready for written and oral communication in the state language and the official language, able to master one of the foreign languages ​​at the level of everyday communication;

PO3 – Able to implement ethical, deontological principles, analyze the results of one’s own activities and apply this knowledge for rational use in professional activities.

PO3 = SLK-1 + OK7 + OK8 + IK3 + PK1 + PK21 + PK25

SLK-1 – is able to implement the ethical and deontological aspects of medical activities in communication with colleagues, nurses and junior staff, the adult population and children ;

OK-7 – able to use management techniques; to organize the work of the team, to find and make responsible management decisions within their professional competence;

OK-8 – is able to carry out its activities in accordance with the moral and legal norms adopted in society; follow the rules of medical ethics, laws and regulations on working with confidential information; keep medical confidentiality.

IR-3- is able to use management techniques; organize the work of performers; find and make responsible management decisions in the context of different opinions and within their professional competence;

PC-1 is able to analyze the results of its own activities to prevent medical errors, while being aware of the disciplinary, administrative, civil and criminal liability;

PC-21 – capable of teaching middle and junior medical personnel and patients the rules of sanitary and hygienic regime, ethical and deontological principles;

K-25 – capable of ensuring the rational organization of labor of middle and junior medical personnel of medical institutions;

  PO4 – Able to own and use information resources, computer equipment, medical equipment for solving professional tasks.

PO4 = IK1 + IK4 + SLK3 + PK5 + PK27

IK-1 – the ability to work independently on a computer (elementary skills);

PC-5 is capable of working with medical and technical equipment used in working with patients, owning computer equipment, receiving information from various sources, working with information in global computer networks, using the capabilities of modern information technologies to solve professional problems;

PO5 – Able to apply fundamental knowledge in assessing the morphofunctional and physiological states of the body for the timely diagnosis of diseases and the identification of pathological processes.

PO5 = PK3 + PK12 + PK13

PC-3 – is able to conduct pathophysiological analysis of clinical syndromes, substantiate pathogenetically justified methods (principles) of diagnosis, treatment, rehabilitation and prevention among adults and children , taking into account their age and sex groups;

PC-12 – is able to analyze the patterns of functioning of individual organs and systems, use knowledge of anatomical and physiological features, basic methods of clinical and laboratory examination and assessment of the functional state of the body of an adult and children, for timely diagnosis of diseases and pathological processes;

PC-13 is able to identify the main pathological symptoms and disease syndromes in patients, using knowledge of the fundamentals of biomedical and clinical disciplines, taking into account the course of pathology in organs, body systems in general, analyze the patterns of functioning of organs and systems in various diseases and pathological processes, use the algorithm of diagnosis (main, concomitant, complications), taking into account ICD-10, perform basic diagnostic measures to identify urgent and life-threatening TATUS;

PO6 – Able to interpret biochemical and clinical findings when making a diagnosis.

PO6 = P K2 + P K11 + P K4

K-2 – is able and willing to conduct and interpret a survey, physical examination, clinical examination, the results of modern laboratory and instrumental studies, write a medical card of an outpatient and inpatient adult and child ;

PC-4 – is able to apply the methods of asepsis and antisepsis, use medical tools, own the technique of care for sick adults and children ;

K-11 – capable and ready for diagnosis based on the results of biochemical and clinical studies, taking into account the course of pathology in organs, systems and the organism as a whole;

PO7 – Able to carry out preventive and anti-epidemic measures aimed at preventing the occurrence of diseases, preserving and strengthening health.

PO7 = SLK5 + P K7 + P K8 + P K9 + P K10 + P K22

SLK-5 – is able to use methods for assessing natural (including climatogeographic) and medico-social environmental factors in the development of diseases in children and adolescents, to carry out their correction;

PC-7 – to carry out preventive measures to prevent infectious, parasitic and non-communicable diseases, to carry out sanitary educational work on hygiene issues;

PC-8 – is able to carry out preventive measures with the attached population to prevent the occurrence of the most frequent diseases, to carry out general health measures to promote a healthy lifestyle, taking into account risk factors, to give recommendations on healthy eating;

PC-9 – is able to carry out the selection of persons for observation, taking into account the results of mass tuberculin diagnosis and fluorography, to evaluate its results for the purpose of early detection of tuberculosis

PC-10 – is able to carry out anti-epidemic measures, protection of the population in the outbreaks of particularly dangerous infections, with a deterioration of the radiation situation and natural disasters;

PC-22 – capable of teaching the adult population, children the rules of medical behavior; to their hygienic procedures, to the formation of skills for a healthy lifestyle;

  PO8 – Can analyze and interpret the data obtained and prescribe adequate treatment and provide primary medical care, make decisions in the event of urgent and life-threatening situations

PO8 = P K14 + P K8 + P K15 + P K16 + P K17 + P K18

  PC-14 – able to perform basic medical measures in the most common diseases and conditions in adults and children ;

K-15 – is able to prescribe adequate treatment to patients in accordance with the diagnosis;

K-16 – is able to carry out the first medical aid to the adult population and children in the event of the emergence of urgent and life-threatening conditions, to send patients to hospitalization in a planned and emergency manner;

K-17 – able to prescribe patients with adequate treatment in accordance with the diagnosis;

K-18 – able to carry out the first medical aid to the adult population and children in the event of the emergence of urgent and life-threatening conditions, to send patients to hospitalization in a planned and emergency manner;

RO 9 – Able to carry out rehabilitation activities among the adult population, adolescents and children with the use of physical therapy, physiotherapy, resort factors.

PO9 = P K19 + P K20 + P K26

K-19 – is capable and ready to apply rehabilitation measures (medical, social and professional) among the adult population and children with the most common pathological conditions and injuries of the body;

PC-20 – is able to make recommendations on the choice of regimen, determine indications and contraindications for prescribing remedial physical therapy, physiotherapy, non-pharmacological treatments, using the main resort factors in the treatment of adults and children ;

PC-26 – should know the main issues of the examination of working capacity (temporary) among the population, carry out prevention of disability among adults and children ;

PO10 – Owns management skills in the health care system, maintain accounting records, analyze statistical data.

PO10 = SLK4 + P K6 + P K23 + P K24

SLK-4 – is able to apply modern social and hygienic methods of collecting and medical and statistical analysis of information on children’s health indicators;

PC-6 – is able to apply modern information on public health indicators at the level of health care facilities;

PC-23 – is able to use the regulatory documentation adopted in the health care of the Kyrgyz Republic;

PC-24 – able to use the knowledge of the organizational structure, health organizations.

PO11 – Able to analyze the scientific literature and official static reviews, participates in solving research problems in the development of new methods and technologies in the field of medicine.

PO11 = And K4 + SLK3 + P K27

IR – 4 – willingness to work with information from various sources.

SLK-3 – is capable of analyzing medical information based on the principles of evidence-based medicine;

PC-27 – to study the scientific and medical information, domestic and foreign experience on the subject of the study.

  1.3.3. The term of the development of the PLO in the direction of training (specialty) is 560001 Medical business – 6 years (full-time education).

  1.3.4. The complexity of the PLO in the direction of preparation (specialty) 560001 Medicine – 360 credits (credits). The complexity of each academic year – 60 credits (credits). The complexity of one semester (with a two-semester construction of the educational process) is 30 credits.One loan (credit unit) is equivalent to 30 hours of student work. The complexity of the development of the PLO includes all types of classroom and independent work of the student, work experience and the time allotted for the quality control of the student’s learning of the PLO (all types of certification).

Learning cycle codes and sections

Teaching cycles and sections

Complexity, loans

S. 1 Humanitarian, social and economic cycle

36/1080

C. 1. B. Basic part

30/900

C. 1. B. Variable part

6/180

S. 2 Mathematical and natural science cycle

21/630

C. 2. B. Basic part

15/450

C. 2. B. Variable part

6/180

P. 3 Professional cycle

287/8610

C. 3. B. Basic part

200/6000

C. 3. V. Variable part

87/2610

P. 4 Additional types of training

500 hours

S. 5. Internship

16/480

OOP TOTAL EMPLOYMENT

360/10800

1.4. Requirements for applicants

The applicant must have a state document on secondary (full) general education or secondary vocational (or higher professional) education. The admission rules in the specialty 560001 Medicine to the medical faculty of NIMSI are formed annually and the institute is based on the “Procedure for admission to higher educational institutions …” approved by the order of the MES KR.

2. CHARACTERISTICS OF PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITY OF THE GRADIENT OF THE OOP BY SPECIALTY 560001 MEDICAL TREATMENT

 

2.1. The field of graduate professional activity includes a set of technologies, tools, methods and methods of human activity aimed at preserving and improving the health of the population by ensuring the quality of medical care (treatment-and-prophylactic, medical-social) and follow-up care.

2.2. The objects of graduate professional activity are:

 adolescents aged 15 to 18;

 adult population over the age of 18;

 a set of tools and technologies aimed at creating conditions for maintaining health, ensuring the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of diseases.

2.3. Types of graduate professional activity

 prophylactic;

 diagnostic;

 therapeutic;

 rehabilitation;

 psychological and pedagogical;

 organizational and managerial;

 research

Upon completion of training in the direction of training (specialty) 560001 Medical business along with the qualification (degree) “specialist” is given a special title – “doctor”.

2.4. The tasks of the graduate’s professional activity

 

Specialist in the direction of training (specialty) 560001 Medical business should solve the following professional tasks:

Preventive activity:

 the implementation of measures to promote the health of children, adolescents and adults;

 prevention of diseases among children, adolescents and adults;

 the formation of the adult population and children motivation to preserve and promote health;

 carrying out preventive and anti-epidemiological measures aimed at preventing the occurrence of diseases;

 implementation of dispensary observation of the adult population, adolescents and children;

 carrying out sanitary and educational work among the adult population, children, their relatives and medical personnel in order to form a healthy lifestyle.

 

Diagnostic activity:

 diagnosis of diseases and pathological conditions in children, adolescents and adults based on their knowledge of propaedeutic and laboratory-instrumental methods of research;

 diagnosis of emergency conditions in children, adolescents and adults;

 diagnosis of pregnancy.

Medical activity:

 treatment of adults, adolescents and children using therapeutic and surgical methods;

 management of physiological and pathological pregnancy;

 providing medical care to adults, adolescents and children with emergency conditions;

 carrying out medical-evacuation measures in emergency situations and rendering medical assistance to the population in extreme conditions of epidemics, in the outbreaks of mass destruction;

 organization of work with drugs and compliance with the rules for their use and storage .

 

Rehabilitation activity:

 rehabilitation activities for adults, adolescents and children who have had a physical illness, injury or surgery;

 the use of physical therapy, physiotherapy and resort factors in adults, adolescents and children , with a preventive purpose and in need of rehabilitation.

 

Educational activity:

 the formation of the adult population, adolescents and children of positive medical behavior aimed at maintaining and improving the level of health;

 the formation of the adult population, adolescents and children motivation to a healthy lifestyle, including the elimination of harmful habits that adversely affect the health of the younger generation;

 training of adults, adolescents and children in basic health-promoting activities that contribute to the prevention of disease and health.

 

Organizational and managerial activity:

 knowledge of the organization of health care and patient referral systems

 medical records in the hospital and at the primary health care level;

 Compliance with the quality of medical and diagnostic and rehabilitation and preventive care for adults and children ;

 business correspondence (memos, reports, letters, etc.).

 

Research Activity:

 analysis of scientific literature and official statistical reviews;

 preparation of reports on the specialty;

 participation in the statistical analysis and preparation of a report on the study.

3. REQUIREMENTS TO THE RESULTS OF OOP DEVELOPMENT BY SPECIALTY 560001 MEDICAL TREATMENT

 

3.1. Analysis of the needs of employers

 

Competence model of graduate NIMSI in the specialty 560001 Medical business is formed taking into account the needs of interested employers. The volume and structure of the needs of the employer are estimated on the basis of the analysis of the “Questionnaire for employers” filled by the heads of medical institutions. The forecast of the demand for graduates in the labor market and the prospects for their employment in the chosen specialty (taking into account future specialization) is based on the analysis of personal data.

3.2. Graduate competencies generated by the development of the PLO

The results of the development of the PLO competencies acquired by the graduate, that is, his ability to apply knowledge, skills and personal qualities in accordance with the objectives of professional activity.

A graduate in the 560001 Medical specialty should have the following universal and professional competences (according to the CRP):

Universal Competences

General scientific competence (OK-1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8)

 able to analyze socially significant problems and processes, use in practice the methods of humanitarian, natural sciences, biomedical and clinical sciences in various types of professional and social activities ( GC-1 ) ;

 able to analyze ideological, socially and personally significant problems, the main philosophical categories, to self-improvement ( GC-2 );

 capable of analyzing significant political events and trends, mastering the basic concepts and laws of the world historical process, respectful and caring attitude to historical heritage and traditions, possess knowledge of historical and medical terminology ( GC-3 );

 able to analyze economic problems and social processes, use methods of economic relations in the health care system ( GC-4 );

 capable of logical and reasoned analysis, public speech, discussion and controversy, the implementation of educational and educational activities, cooperation and conflict resolution; Tolerance ( OK-5 );

 able and willing to learn one of the foreign languages ​​at the level of everyday communication, for written and oral communication in the state language and official languages ​​( GC-6 ) ;

 able to use management techniques; organize the work of the team, find and make responsible management decisions within their professional competence ( GC-7 );

 able to carry out its activities in accordance with the accepted moral and legal norms in society; follow the rules of medical ethics, laws and regulations on working with confidential information; keep medical confidentiality ( OK-8 ).

 

And instrumental competence (IC-1, 2, 3, 4)

 ability to work independently on a computer (elementary skills) ( IK-1 );

 ready for written and oral communication in the state language and official languages, able to master one of the foreign languages ​​at the level of everyday communication ( IC-2 );

 able to use management techniques; organize the work of performers; to find and make responsible management decisions in the context of different opinions and within their professional competence ( IC-3 );

 readiness to work with information from various sources ( IR-4 ).

Socio-personal and general cultural competences

(SLK -1, 2, 3, 4, 5)

 able to realize the ethical and deontological aspects of medical practice in communication with colleagues, nurses and junior staff, the adult population and children ( SLK-1 ) ;

 able and ready to identify the natural scientific nature of the problems arising in the course of the doctor’s professional activities ( SLK-2 );

 able to analyze medical information based on the principles of evidence-based medicine ( SLK-3 );

 able to apply modern socio-hygienic methods of collecting and medical-statistical analysis of information on children’s health indicators ( SLK-4);

 able to use methods for assessing natural (including climatogeographical) and medico-social environmental factors in the development of diseases in children and adolescents, to carry out their correction ( SLK-5 );

 

Professional competencies

 

General professional competences (Pk-1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6)

 able to analyze the results of their own activities to prevent medical errors, while recognizing the disciplinary, administrative, civil, criminal liability ( PC-1 );

 able and ready to conduct and interpret a survey, physical examination, clinical examination, the results of modern laboratory and instrumental studies, write a medical card of an outpatient and inpatient adult and child ( PC-2 ) ;

 able to conduct pathophysiological analysis of clinical syndromes, justify pathogenetic justified methods (principles) of diagnosis, treatment, rehabilitation and prevention among adults and children , taking into account their age and sex groups ( PC-3 );

 able to apply the methods of asepsis and antisepsis, to use medical tools, to master the technology of care for sick adults and children ( PC-4 ) ;

 able to work with medical and technical equipment used in working with patients, own computer equipment, receive information from various sources, work with information in global computer networks, use the capabilities of modern information technologies to solve professional problems ( PC-5 );

 able to apply modern information on public health indicators at the level of health facilities ( PC-6 );

Preventive activity (Pk-7, 8, 9, 10)

 to carry out preventive measures for the prevention of infectious, parasitic and non-communicable diseases, to carry out sanitary educational work on hygiene issues ( PC-7 );

 it is able to carry out preventive measures with the attached population to prevent the occurrence of the most common diseases, to take general health measures to promote a healthy lifestyle, taking into account risk factors, to give recommendations on healthy eating ( PC-8 );

 able to carry out the selection of persons for observation, taking into account the results of mass tuberculin diagnosis and fluorography, to evaluate its results for the purpose of early detection of tuberculosis ( PC-9 );

 able to carry out anti-epidemic measures, protection of the population in the outbreaks of especially dangerous infections, with a deterioration of the radiation situation and natural disasters ( PC-10 );

Diagnostic activity (Pk-11, 12, 13)

 able and ready for diagnosis based on the results of biochemical and clinical studies, taking into account the course of pathology in organs, systems and the organism as a whole ( PC-11 );

 able to analyze the patterns of functioning of individual organs and systems, use the knowledge of anatomical and physiological features, the main methods of clinical and laboratory examination and evaluation of the functional state of the body of an adult and children, for timely diagnosis of diseases and pathological processes ( PC-12 )

 able to identify in patients the main pathological symptoms and disease syndromes, using knowledge of the basics of biomedical and clinical disciplines, taking into account the course of pathology in organs, body systems in general, analyze patterns of functioning of organs and systems in various diseases and pathological processes (main, concomitant, complications), taking into account ICD-10, to perform the main diagnostic measures to identify urgent and life-threatening s ( PC-13 );

 

Therapeutic activity (PK-14, 15, 16, 17 18)

 able to perform the main therapeutic measures in the most common diseases and conditions in the adult population and children ( PC-14 ) ;

 able to prescribe patients with adequate treatment in accordance with the diagnosis ( PC-15 );

 is able to provide first-aid to the adult population and children in the event of emergency and life-threatening conditions, to send patients to hospitalization in a planned and emergency manner ( PC-16 );

 able to prescribe adequate treatment to patients in accordance with the diagnosis ( PC-17 );

 is able to provide first-aid to the adult population and children in case of emergency and life-threatening conditions, to direct patients to the hospitalization in a planned and emergency manner ( PC-18 );

 

Rehabilitation activities (PK-19, 20)

 able and ready to apply rehabilitation measures (medical, social and professional) among adults and children in the most common pathological conditions and injuries of the body ( PC-19 );

 is able to make recommendations on the choice of regimen, determine indications and contraindications for prescribing remedial physical therapy, physiotherapy, non-pharmacological therapies, use the main resort factors in the treatment of adults and children ( PC-20 ) ;

 

Educational activities (PK-21, 22)

 capable of teaching nursing and nursing staff and patients the rules of sanitary and hygienic regime, ethical and deontological principles ( PC-21);

 capable of teaching the adult population, children the rules of medical behavior; to their hygienic procedures, to the formation of skills for a healthy lifestyle ( PC-22 );

Organizational and managerial activities (PC-23, 24, 25, 26)

 able to use the regulatory documentation adopted in the health care of the Kyrgyz Republic ( PC-23 );

 able to use the knowledge of the organizational structure, health organizations. Referral and redirection system ( PC-24 );

 able to provide a rational organization of work of middle and junior medical personnel of medical institutions ( PC-25 );

 should know the main issues of the examination of working capacity (temporary) among the population, carry out prevention of disability among adults and children ( PC-26 ) ;

Research activities (PC-27)

 g to study the scientific and medical information, domestic and foreign experience on the subject of the study ( PC-27 );

 

4. DOCUMENTS REGULATING THE CONTENT AND ORGANIZATION OF THE EDUCATIONAL PROCESS IN THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE OOP BY SPECIALTY 560001 MEDICAL TREATMENT

 

In accordance with the SES, the content and organization of the educational process in the implementation of this PLO are governed by:

 curriculum;

 calendar training schedule;

 competency matrix;

 work programs of training courses, subjects, disciplines (modules);

 materials that ensure the quality of training and education of students;

 practical training program;

 methodical materials to ensure the implementation of appropriate educational technologies.

PLO specialist training involves the study of the following training cycles :

C.1 – humanitarian, social and economic cycle (TSGS);

С.2 – mathematical and natural science cycle (CMS);

C.3 – professional cycle (PC);

and sections:

C.4 – additional types of training;

C.5 – practice.

Each training cycle has a basic (mandatory) part and a variable set by NIMSI, which gives the opportunity to expand knowledge, skills and abilities determined by the content of basic disciplines, allows the learner to gain in-depth knowledge and skills for further continuing education in post-graduate professional education programs and subsequent successful professional activities.

The implementation of the competence-based approach provides for the wide use in the educational process of active and interactive forms of conducting classes in conjunction with extracurricular work in order to form and develop the skills of students. The training courses include master classes of specialists, meetings with representatives of domestic and foreign educational, research and production institutions and companies, government and public organizations.

The order of formation of the schedule for the development of disciplines at the choice of students is determined by the “Regulations on the formation of disciplines at the choice of students” developed by the Educational and Methodological Council of the Medical Faculty of NIMSI on the basis of regulatory documents.

4.1. Program documents of integrating, interdisciplinary and cross-cutting nature, ensuring the integrity of a competence-oriented OOP

 

4.1.1. Matrix formation competencies The competency matrixes are presented in Appendix 1.

4.1.2. Passports and programs for the formation of all compulsory general cultural and professional competencies in the development of the PLO

Passports and programs for the formation of students of all compulsory universal, general professional and professional competencies in the development of the basic educational program of higher professional education in the specialty 560001 Medicine in the development stage .

4.1.3. Competency-oriented curriculum and time schedule of the educational process

The working curriculum and the calendar educational schedule in the specialty 560001 Medicine have been approved at a meeting of the Academic Council of the Institute and NIMSI. Minutes No. __ of ____ April 20 __ , (Appendix 2).

4.1.4. The program of intermediate (phased / for training courses) of complex tests (certification) of students for compliance with their training in phased expected results of education competence-oriented OOP. The composition, main content and substantive-logical links of the program of intermediate comprehensive tests of training courses, disciplines, modules included in the PLO in the development stage .

4.1.5. The program of final complex tests (final state certification) of graduate students (under development)

4.2. Disciplinary and modular program documents of competence-oriented OOP

 

4.2.1. Work programs of academic disciplines (modules) (Appendix 3)

 

4.2.2. Practice program

 

In accordance with the State Educational Standard of Higher Professional Education in the direction of preparation (specialty) 560001 “General Medicine”, the section of the basic educational program “Production Practice” is mandatory and is a type of training that is directly focused on the professional and practical training of students. The practice reinforces the knowledge and skills acquired by students as a result of the development of theoretical courses, develop practical skills and contribute to the integrated formation of students’ general cultural and professional competencies.

The practice is carried out in treatment-and-prophylactic institutions of the Kyrgyz Republic with the necessary human, organizational, methodological and technical potential, or in the NIMSI clinic. In accordance with the requirements of “On Higher and Postgraduate Professional Education”, IIMSI has agreements with health institutions that are the bases of work experience.

Detailed program content is presented in Appendix 4.

 

4.2.3. Sample contract between NIMSI and health care facility

Detailed content is presented in Appendix 5.

 

4.2.4. Research Program

The program of research work of students (SRWS) of NIMSI, as a section for the development of practical skills, includes it:

A) stages and types of SRWS:

Ø study of special literature and other scientific and medical information, achievements of domestic and foreign science and technology in the field of medical knowledge, preparation of scientific abstracts (literature reviews);

Ø participation in research or in the implementation of certain developments in the theoretical or clinical departments of the faculty;

Ø the implementation of the collection, processing, analysis and systematization of scientific information on the topic or task;

Ø preparation of reports and presentation at the conference, preparation of scientific work for publication.

B) the principles of NIRS organization:

Ø the sequence of studying and mastering the methods and techniques of scientific research;

Ø the sequence of application of mastered methods and techniques in practical work;

Ø logical increase in the degree of difficulty of the types and forms of scientific activity to which students are attracted;

Ø continuity of their scientific activity by stages and levels of the educational process during the period of study;

Ø mandatory participation of officials and departments of the faculty in the implementation of a comprehensive system of scientific activity of students.

B) forms and types of participation of students in scientific activities:

Ø NIRS included in curricula (preparation of essays, annotations and essays, reviewing scientific articles, writing abstracts of reports, making reports

Ø NIRS carried out beyond the curriculum (participation in student scientific circles, conducting experiments, observations, making scientific literature reviews, preparing scientific reports and reports, making reports, publishing scientific articles

Ø mass events of the NIRS system (student scientific conferences, seminars, “Science Week”, exhibitions, discussions, disputes, etc.);

Ø competitive events of the NIRS system (student competitions, contests, fairs, exhibitions, etc.).

The research work of NIMSI students is regulated, including the following local regulatory documents:

Ø Regulations on the research work of the departments of NIMSI;

Ø Regulations on the competition of research works of students of NIMSI;

Ø Regulations on the Council of Young Scientists of the Institute NIMSI;

Ø Regulations on the Student Scientific Society (SSS) NIMSI.

 

5. ANNOTATIONS OF WORKING PROGRAMS OF TEACHING SCHOOL DISCIPLINES BY SPECIALTY 560001 MEDICAL TREATMENT

The content of the programs of each of the academic disciplines is presented on the Internet and the local network of the NIMSI ( www . Nimsi .Kg ).

 

5.1. Humanitarian, social and economic cycle (C.1)

Annotation for the discipline “Latin language”

Ø General labor intensity

Ø Objectives of the discipline:

Ø Objectives of the discipline:

Ø Content of curriculum sections:

Ø As a result of studying the discipline, a student must:

 Know:

 Be able to:

 Own:

Ø The list of competencies, the contribution to the formation of which is carried out by the discipline:

Ø Types of educational work:

Ø Discipline study ends:

5.2. Mathematical, natural science cycle (C.2)

Annotation for the discipline “Physics”

Ø General labor intensity           

Ø Objectives of the discipline:

Ø Objectives of the discipline:

Ø Content of curriculum sections:

Ø As a result of studying the discipline, a student must:

 Know:

 Be able to:

 Own:

Ø The list of competencies, the contribution to the formation of which is carried out by the discipline:

Ø Types of educational work:

Ø Discipline study ends:

5.3. Professional cycle (C.3)

Annotation on the discipline “Internal diseases, radiation diagnosis”

Ø General labor intensity

Ø Objectives of the discipline:

Ø Objectives of the discipline:

Ø Content of curriculum sections:

Ø As a result of studying the discipline, a student must:

 Know:

 Be able to:

 Own:

Ø The list of competencies, the contribution to the formation of which is carried out by the discipline:

Ø Types of educational work:

Ø Discipline study ends:

5.4. The variable part is the disciplines of the university component (C.1, C.2, C.3)

  Annotation for the discipline “Children’s infectious diseases”

Ø General labor intensity

Ø Objectives of the discipline:

Ø Objectives of the discipline:

Ø Content of curriculum sections:

Ø As a result of studying the discipline, a student must:

 Know:

 Be able to:

 Own:

Ø The list of competencies, the contribution to the formation of which is carried out by the discipline:

Ø Types of educational work:

Ø Discipline study ends:

5.5. The variable part – the discipline of the student’s choice (C.1, C.2, C.3)

  Annotation for the discipline “Medical Psychology”

Ø General labor intensity

Ø Objectives of the discipline:

Ø Objectives of the discipline:

Ø Content of curriculum sections:

Ø As a result of studying the discipline, a student must:

 Know:

 Be able to:

 Own:

Ø The list of competencies, the contribution to the formation of which is carried out by the discipline:

Ø Types of educational work:

Ø Discipline study ends:

5.6. Additional types of training

Annotation for the discipline “Physical Education”

Ø General labor intensity

Ø Objectives of the discipline:

Ø Objectives of the discipline:

Ø Content of curriculum sections:

Ø As a result of studying the discipline, a student must:

 Know:

 Be able to:

 Own:

Ø The list of competencies, the contribution to the formation of which is carried out by the discipline:

Ø Types of educational work:

Ø Discipline study ends:

Annotation for the discipline “Military medical training”

  Ø General labor intensity

Ø Objectives of the discipline:

Ø Objectives of the discipline:

Ø Content of curriculum sections:

Ø As a result of studying the discipline, a student must:

 Know:

 Be able to:

 Own:

Ø The list of competencies, the contribution to the formation of which is carried out by the discipline:

Ø Types of educational work:

Ø Discipline study ends:

5.7. Internship

 

5.7.1. Medical Assistant

Annotation of the program of practical training

“Assistant Nursing Staff”

Ø General labor intensity

Ø Objectives of the discipline:

Ø Objectives of the discipline:

Ø Content of curriculum sections:

Ø As a result of studying the discipline, a student must:

 Know:

 Be able to:

 Own:

Ø The list of competencies, the contribution to the formation of which is carried out by the discipline:

Ø Types of educational work:

Ø Discipline study ends:

5.7.2. Caring for children with somatic and surgical diseases

 

Annotation of the program of practical training

“Care for children with somatic and surgical diseases”

Ø General labor intensity

Ø Objectives of the discipline:

Ø Objectives of the discipline:

Ø Content of curriculum sections:

Ø As a result of studying the discipline, a student must:

 Know:

 Be able to:

 Own:

Ø The list of competencies, the contribution to the formation of which is carried out by the discipline:

Ø Types of educational work:

Ø Discipline study ends:

5.7.3. Nurse Assistant

Annotation of the program of practical training

“Assistant ward nurse”

Ø General labor intensity

Ø Objectives of the discipline:

Ø Objectives of the discipline:

Ø Content of curriculum sections:

Ø As a result of studying the discipline, a student must:

 Know:

 Be able to:

 Own:

Ø The list of competencies, the contribution to the formation of which is carried out by the discipline:

Ø Types of educational work:

Ø Discipline study ends:

Annotation of the program of practical training

“Assistant procedural nurse”

Ø General labor intensity

Ø Objectives of the discipline:

Ø Objectives of the discipline:

Ø Content of curriculum sections:

Ø As a result of studying the discipline, a student must:

 Know:

 Be able to:

 Own:

Ø The list of competencies, the contribution to the formation of which is carried out by the discipline:

Ø Types of educational work:

Ø Discipline study ends:

 

5.7.4. Assistant Paramedic Ambulance

  Annotation of the program of practical training

” Assistant paramedic ambulance and emergency care “

Ø General labor intensity

Ø Objectives of the discipline:

Ø Objectives of the discipline:

Ø Content of curriculum sections:

Ø As a result of studying the discipline, a student must:

 Know:

 Be able to:

 Own:

Ø The list of competencies, the contribution to the formation of which is carried out by the discipline:

Ø Types of educational work:

Ø Discipline study ends:

5.7.5. Hospital assistant

  Annotation of the program of practical training

” Assistant doctor of the hospital” therapeutic profile

Ø General labor intensity

Ø Objectives of the discipline:

Ø Objectives of the discipline:

Ø Content of curriculum sections:

Ø As a result of studying the discipline, a student must:

 Know:

 Be able to:

 Own:

Ø The list of competencies, the contribution to the formation of which is carried out by the discipline:

Ø Types of educational work:

Ø Discipline study ends:

Annotation of the program of practical training

” Assistant doctor of the hospital” surgical

Ø General labor intensity

Ø Objectives of the discipline:

Ø Objectives of the discipline:

Ø Content of curriculum sections:

Ø As a result of studying the discipline, a student must:

 Know:

 Be able to:

 Own:

Ø The list of competencies, the contribution to the formation of which is carried out by the discipline:

Ø Types of educational work:

Ø Discipline study ends:

Annotation of the program of practical training

” Assistant doctor of the hospital” obstetrician-gynecological profile

Ø General labor intensity

Ø Objectives of the discipline:

Ø Objectives of the discipline:

Ø Content of curriculum sections:

Ø As a result of studying the discipline, a student must:

 Know:

 Be able to:

 Own:

Ø The list of competencies, the contribution to the formation of which is carried out by the discipline:

Ø Types of educational work:

Ø Discipline study ends:

5.7.6. Medical Assistant UCM

  Annotation of the program of practical training

” Physician Assistant UCM”

Ø General labor intensity

Ø Objectives of the discipline:

Ø Objectives of the discipline:

Ø Content of curriculum sections:

Ø As a result of studying the discipline, a student must:

 Know:

 Be able to:

 Own:

Ø The list of competencies, the contribution to the formation of which is carried out by the discipline:

Ø Types of educational work:

Ø Discipline study ends:

The exam on the results of the practice is carried out on the basis of a written diary report drawn up in accordance with the established requirements and the response of the head of the treatment-and-prophylactic institution – the base of practical training. According to the results of the exam assessed.

6 RESOURCE SUPPORT OOP BY SPECIALTY 560001 MEDICAL TREATMENT

 

6.1. Staffing for the PLO

The implementation of the basic educational program of graduate training in the specialty 56001 Medical care is provided by scientific and pedagogical personnel with basic education, corresponding to the profile of the taught discipline, and a degree or experience in the relevant professional sphere and systematically engaged in teaching, methodical and research activities.

The share of teachers with a degree and academic title in the total number of teachers providing the educational process in the main educational program in the specialty 56001 Medicine, is at least ___ (65%); of them the degree of doctor of science and the academic title of professor – no less than ___ (10%) of teachers. No less ___ (70%) of teachers, ensuring the learning process in a cycle of professional disciplines, have scientific degrees and academic titles, with a PhD or academic title of professor – not less than ___ (1 0 %) teachers. Not less than ___ (10%) teachers from the leading employees of specialized organizations, enterprises and institutions are involved in the educational process in professional disciplines.

Advanced training of faculty members of the Institute is an important component of its activities. It is implemented in a planned manner – each teacher must, at least once every five years, have to improve his own qualifications. Teachers who implement the main educational program in the direction (specialty) of training 560001 General Medicine systematically improve their qualifications in special disciplines and pedagogy in specialized medical institutions of the Kyrgyz Republic.

The effective organization of a set of measures for the development of the personnel potential of a higher education institution allows faculty members to quickly master the features of teaching in medical universities, which is reflected in the educational process and the introduction of innovative technologies in the teaching of relevant disciplines at the Institute.

6.2. Educational, methodical and informational support of the PED

The main educational program is provided with educational-methodical documentation and materials for all cycles of the disciplines of the main educational program provided by the CRP. The educational-methodical complex for each academic discipline is represented in the local network of NIMSI.

Each student is provided with access to the electronic library system containing publications on the main studied disciplines and formed on the basis of direct contracts with copyright holders of educational and educational literature. The possibility of simultaneous individual access to such a system from any point where there is access to the Internet is provided.

The library fund is equipped with printed and electronic editions of the main educational literature on the disciplines of the basic part of all cycles And published in the last 10 years (for the disciplines of the basic part of the humanitarian, social and economic cycle – in the last 5 years) at the rate of at least 80 copies of such publications per 100 students.

The fund of additional literature, in addition to educational includes official, reference and bibliographic and specialized periodicals at the rate of 1-2 copies per 100 students.

Each student is provided access to the library library kits, consisting of the following list of titles of domestic and foreign journals .

The students are provided with the possibility of prompt exchange of information with domestic and foreign universities, access to modern professional databases, information reference and search systems, such as:

 reference materials of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Kyrgyz Republic and the Ministry of Health of the Kyrgyz Republic;

6.3. Material and technical base to ensure the implementation of the PLO

NIMSI has a material and technical base that provides for the implementation of all types of professional training, laboratory, practical, clinical and research work of students, provided for by the PLO curriculum and corresponding to the applicable sanitary and fire regulations and standards.

The minimum inventory list includes:

– laboratories of chemistry, biological chemistry, biology, physiology, microbiology, pharmacology, pathological anatomy, pathological physiology;

– anatomical halls;

– specially equipped classrooms and audiences for the study of humanitarian and socio-economic disciplines, medical informatics, public health and health care;

– rooms equipped for receiving and demonstrating patients;

– medical offices equipped with the necessary equipment for working with adults and adolescents receiving preventive, diagnostic, therapeutic (therapeutic and surgical) and rehabilitation assistance.

NIMSI has at least 10 computers with Internet access for 100 full-time students. When using electronic publications, each student is provided during self-preparation by a workplace in the computer room of the library with Internet access in accordance with the volume of subjects studied or in computer classes of theoretical and clinical departments. Jobs provided to students are provided with the necessary set of licensed software.

6.4. Financing the implementation of the PLO

  The Scientific Council of NIMSI considers and approves the main parameters of the program budget. Financing of the implementation of the main educational programs is carried out in the amount not lower than the established standards of financing of a higher educational institution. The fund of incentive allowances in the framework of the general wage fund of workers of NIMSI is formed in the manner prescribed by current legislation.

7 NORMATIVE-METHODICAL SUPPORT OF THE SYSTEM FOR ASSESSING THE QUALITY OF THE OO STUDENTS

 

7.1. Current performance monitoring and intermediate certification

NIMSI provides a guarantee of quality of training, by implementing the following areas:

 creation of a general university quality management system of the educational process;

 developing uniform requirements for ensuring the quality of graduate training with the involvement of employers;

 monitoring updates and review of work programs in the disciplines;

 the creation and improvement of technologies for assessing the level of knowledge and skills of students, the development of competencies by graduates;

 ensuring the professionalism and competence of the teaching staff;

 Regularly conducting internal audits according to agreed criteria for evaluating activities and comparing indicators of the quality of the educational process with other medical educational institutions (with the involvement of representatives of the employer);

 informing the public through mass media and electronic resources of NIMSI about the results of its activities, plans, innovations.

Regulatory and methodological support of current monitoring of progress and intermediate certification of students in the direction of training (specialty) 560001 Medical care is carried out in accordance with the “Model Regulations on the University.” The provision on the ongoing monitoring of progress and interim certification of students is approved by the Academic Council of NIMSI in the manner prescribed by the Statute of NIMSI.

7.2. Assessment funds for current performance monitoring and interim certification

In accordance with the requirements of the State Educational Standard for the certification of students in the Institute, created and approved funds of evaluation tools (including electronic media) for the ongoing monitoring of progress and intermediate certification. They include tests, quizzes and typical situational tasks for practical exercises, laboratory work, tests and exams; tests and computer interactive programs; an approximate subject of the student’s independent work sections and an exemplary list of essay topics, as well as other forms of control, allowing to assess the degree of formation of students’ competencies. At the clinical departments of NIMSI, conditions have been created for the maximum approximation of the programs for the ongoing monitoring of progress and intermediate certification of students to the conditions of their future professional activity.

7.3. Final state certification of graduates

  The purpose of the final state certification (IGA) is to establish the level of preparedness of the student at the institute

to the fulfillment of professional tasks and the conformity of his training with the requirements of the State Educational Standard of Higher Professional Education in the specialty 560001 Medical Care.

A student who has no academic debts and fully completed the curriculum for the educational program in 560001 General Medicine, developed by NIMSI in accordance with the requirements of the State Educational Standard of Higher Professional Education, and who have passed all are admitted to state attestation tests that are part of the state final attestation. curriculum tests and exams.

State certification tests of graduates in the specialty 560001 Medical care of the Research Medical-Social Institute take the form of a state interdisciplinary exam in three stages. The State Interdisciplinary Exam takes into account the general requirements for graduates provided by the State Educational Standard in the specialty 560001 Medicine and includes determining the level of students’ training in major disciplines (therapy, surgery, obstetrics and gynecology, pediatrics), as well as in sections of related disciplines that are necessary his professional activities.

7.4. Program, form and order of the IGA

The ICA program includes a list of general medical problems, diseases and pathological conditions, on the basis of which certification test tasks are formed, a list of practical skills and situational clinical tasks. The student should show his ability and readiness, relying on the received in-depth knowledge, skills and formed general cultural and professional competences, independently solve the problems of his professional activity at the modern level, professionally express special information, scientifically argue and defend his point of view.

The program, form and conditions of the state interdisciplinary examination are approved by the Academic Council of the Medical Faculty of NIMSI on the proposal of the Educational and Methodological Council in the specialty 560001 Medicine.

The program, form and conditions of the ICA are brought to the attention of students no later than six months before the start of the state final certification. Students are provided with the necessary conditions for exam preparation, and consultations are being held. In order to prepare students for the IGA, the graduating departments and the departments of related disciplines (if necessary) determine the topics of survey lectures. Preparation using typical situational tasks and test tasks is carried out in practical classes and in the hours allocated by the curriculum for independent work of students.

The final state certification is conducted by the state examination committee. The main functions of the state examination committee are:

 determination of the compliance of graduates with the requirements of the educational standard;

 making a decision on assignment of qualification based on the results of the state final attestation and issuance to the graduate of a document on education and qualification, a sample established by the Ministry of Education and Science of the Kyrgyz Republic

 development on the basis of the results of the work of the state examination commission of recommendations aimed at improving the training of students.

 

Form of state certification tests

 

State certification tests of graduates of the Medical Faculty of the Research Medical-Social Institute, specialty 560001 Medicine, take the form of a state interdisciplinary exam in three stages:

 checking the level of theoretical preparedness by the test exam (testing);

 checking the level of practical skills at the patient’s bed, using simulators, phantoms, models, instruments, instruments, ECG, laboratory data, radiographs and other diagnostic imaging tools (practice);

 assessment of the ability to solve specific professional tasks during the interview (in the sections of the main and related clinical disciplines).

 

The procedure for conducting state certification tests

 

The sequence of the stages of state certification tests, their order shall be established by order of the rector of NIMSI.

The first stage of the IGA is testing on electronic media (using personal computers) for 2 hours. The test task includes 100 questions on sections of the main and related clinical disciplines. In each of the tasks there are several answers, of which only one is correct and most fully meets all the conditions of the question. The criterion for assessing graduates’ knowledge is the number of correct answers to test items.

For the second stage of the ICA – testing the level of practical skills, “thematic” patients are selected so that they can assess the level of skills in therapy, surgery, pediatrics, obstetrics and gynecology. The graduate is offered the patient to solve a professional task – examination, diagnosis, determination of treatment tactics. The answer is issued in the form of a mini-medical history. At the same stage, practical skills are evaluated using simulators, phantoms, medical equipment and instruments; The ability of a graduate to interpret radiographs, ECG, and laboratory data is taken into account.

The third stage of the ICA is aimed at assessing the ability to solve specific professional tasks, and is presented by an oral examination-interview. The graduate is offered the solution of clinical interdisciplinary situational tasks on therapy, surgery, pediatrics, obstetrics and gynecology, related clinical disciplines, compiled in accordance with the list of conditions and diseases of the Program of final state certification of graduates in the specialty 560001 Medicine. The graduation committee of the four examiners (therapist, surgeon, pediatrician, obstetrician-gynecologist) evaluates the knowledge of the graduate in the presence of a member of the HES.

The results of the test exam and the practical part of the exam are the basis for admission to the next stage of the state certification tests.

 

The possibility of using printed materials, computing and other technical means

 

During state certification tests, students must follow the established procedure for conducting a state exam and follow the instructions of the chairman and secretary of the SJC.

During the state exam, students are not entitled to communicate with each other, move freely around the audience, use reference materials; It is forbidden to carry and use communications equipment and electronic computing equipment (including calculators).

 

Criteria and parameters for assessing the results of passing state exams

 

The results of any of the types of state attestation tests included in the state final attestation are determined by the marks “excellent”, “good”, “satisfactory”, “unsatisfactory”. In connection with the introduction of a modular-rating system for assessing academic achievement in the NIMSI, an additional assessment of students’ knowledge at the first and second stages of the exam is carried out. The results of certification are announced to the graduate on the same day after the registration and approval in the prescribed manner of the minutes of the meeting of the State Examination Commission. A student who has not passed one of the first two stages of certification tests is not allowed to be interviewed.

 

Features of the state certification tests for persons with disabilities

 

For persons with disabilities in groups I and II and persons with disabilities, the form of certification testing is established by the National Institute of Medical Information, taking into account the peculiarities of psychophysical development, individual abilities and state of health in accordance with the Law of the Kyrgyz Republic on Education (April 15, 1994 subsequent revisions);

Trainees must, no later than 3 months before the start of the state final attestation, submit a written statement on the need to create special conditions for them when conducting state attestation tests.

8. OTHER REGULATORY-METHODICAL DOCUMENTS AND MATERIALS ENSURING THE QUALITY OF TRAINING TRAINING

 

Quality Management System NIMSI

 

Ensuring the quality of training and their demand for the labor market is confirmed by the assessment of the activities of the institute by the state and public organizations.

The quality of education at the institute level is ensured primarily by the closest connection between the educational process, science, practice, as well as the continuity of traditions.
The following tasks are entrusted to the training department:

· development of methodological documents of the quality system, analysis of regulatory documents and its standardization;

· development of plans and quality programs and audit programs;

· monitoring the quality management system in the departments of the institute;

· development of questionnaires survey of employees, students and graduates;

· processing and analysis of questionnaires; correction of quality system documents;

· making proposals to the heads of structural units for the implementation of measures aimed at improving the effectiveness of the IIMS QMS;

· planning and implementation of internal audits (inspections) and analysis of their results;

· self-assessment of the effectiveness of the functioning of the QMS;

· forming and submitting for discussion the Scientific Council of NIMSI proposals for determining strategies, goals and objectives in the field of quality, for developing and implementing corrective and preventive actions, for implementing projects and programs for a strategic development plan for NIMSI, for preparing documents necessary for NIMSI to ensure effective planning, implementation of educational processes and their management;

· presentation of materials on the activities of the institute in the field of quality on the site NIMSI and keeping them up to date.

 

The following directions of functioning of the QMS have been implemented:

· developed and approved a plan for the creation and implementation of a university management system based on quality criteria according to EFQM;

· the order of the rector appointed responsible and defined their authority in the field of quality management;

· in order to maintain the competence of the staff of the institute, a coordination council for quality was created, a plan of its work was approved.

The actions of the Quality Coordination Council are aimed at coordinating the efforts of all departments of the institute to create a management system in working condition and constantly improve the quality of work in the field of educational and scientific activities. Strategic and tactical measures have been developed to achieve the goals indicated in the “NIMSI Quality Policy”.

 

Policy of the Research Medical-Social Institute

in quality education

To implement the development strategy of the Research Medical-Social Institute, its leadership, in collaboration with the heads of all departments, identified the following key provisions in the field of quality:

· ensuring the compliance of educational activities with state educational standards, the growing needs of society for qualified specialists and scientific and pedagogical personnel of higher qualification and the needs of students for intellectual, cultural, spiritual and moral development;

· the establishment of the stability of mutually beneficial relations with all parties interested in educational activities, the study and forecasting of their requirements for the educational process;

· leadership and personal responsibility of managers at all levels, ensuring that each employee clearly understands his or her tasks, duties, powers and responsibilities

· active involvement of teachers, staff and students in activities to improve the quality of education through the continuous improvement of their skills, competence, professionalism, motivation, support for creative initiative;

· integration of the educational process with science, strengthening ties with academic institutions, enterprises and organizations;

· conducting regular self-assessments of opportunities and results achieved in meeting the requirements of interested parties;

· improvement of educational and educational processes in order to form from students socially active and creative individuals with professional responsibility, autonomy, civil self-consciousness, high moral values;

· expanding types of educational services, ensuring their accessibility, the use of adequate and humane educational technologies;

· Informatization of the Institute, ensuring the improvement of the quality of all activities;

· constant improvement of the teaching and methodological and material and technical support of the educational process, the creation of conditions for the productive and creative work of staff and students;

· social support of staff and students, protection of their health and safety.

The NIMSI’s policy in the field of quality education is constantly analyzed and used by management as a means of ensuring the quality assurance of educational activities.

Policies are implemented at all levels and can be reviewed and revised if necessary. Each employee of the institute is personally liable within its competence for the quality of work.

 

Purpose SMK Nims in implementing the PLO is:

· fulfillment of external (SES of HPE, accreditation indicators, etc.) and internal requirements (indicators) imposed on the quality of training for specialists during the entire training cycle, from forming a recruitment plan and career guidance, determining the requirements for training specialists, to final state certification;

· monitoring information about the satisfaction of internal and external consumers – students, employers, staff, society as a whole, etc., and improving the activities of the institute .

The quality management system of education at NIMSI consists of the following structural elements: rector, representative of quality management – vice-rector for educational work, head of the training department, authorized for quality in structural divisions of the institute, departments, auxiliary services providing organization of educational process a , monitoring and evaluation educational activities, the introduction of GOS VPO.

The quality management system of NIMSI is based on the following external and internal documents:

one. External basic quality management system documents:

· The Law “On Education” in the Kyrgyz Republic (with the latest amendments);

· Regulation and Decree of the Government of the Kyrgyz Republic on the “National Accreditation Council” of the Kyrgyz Republic;

· Criteria for independent accreditation agencies;

· Development Strategy for Postgraduate and Continuing Medical Education in the Kyrgyz Republic for the period 2014-2020 (Order of the Ministry of Health of the Kyrgyz Republic No. 248, dated May 18, 2015);

· Systems of external quality assessment of the implementation of the PLO (accounting and analysis of the views of employers, university graduates and other subjects of the educational process).

2 Internal basic documents of the quality management system:

· NIMSI Mission;

· NIMSI policy in the field of quality education;

· Annually formed quality objectives;

· Annual appeal of the rector of NIMSI;

· Annual quality work plans;

· Annual plans of structural units of the medical faculty of NIMSI;

· Self-examination departments on agreed criteria for evaluating their activities.

8.1. Internal mechanisms for assessing the quality of education

 

Internal mechanisms for assessing the quality of education

one. Assessment of the quality of graduates’ training based on the analysis of the results of current control and intermediate certification of academic disciplines, residual knowledge control, final certification of graduates ;
2 Monitoring the quality of graduate training, including:

 informational support of students’ control and certification;

 informational support of management decision-making and execution control at various levels;

 the formation and improvement of appraisal funds

 formation of a single database of reviews of graduates, employers’ requests, etc.

3 Evaluation of the quality of training and the quality of the faculty, as well as staff motivation ;
four. Formation of the annual Report on educational and methodical and scientific activities of NIMSI;
five. Monitoring trainees, graduates, NIMSI personnel and employers ;
6 Internal audits of the QMS ;
7 Implementation of the provisions on the organization of the educational process, the system of monitoring student performance .

8.2. External mechanisms for assessing the quality of education

 

Ext eshnie mechanisms for evaluating the quality of education

one. State-legal regulation of the quality of educational services, analysis of the results of passing the institute of the procedure of state (independent) accreditation ;
2 External audits of the QMS Institute;
3 Reports of chairmen of state certification commissions ;
four. Collection and analysis of data on the registration and employment of graduates of the Institute;
five. Collect and analyze feedback from external organizations (questioning);
6 Annual participation of students in international exchange projects in the field of vocational education ;
7 Annual participation of students in international and national competitions in the field of vocational education .

9. REGULATIONS ON THE ORGANIZATION OF THE OOP PERIODIC UPDATE IN GENERAL AND COMPONENTS OF ITS DOCUMENTS

 

In accordance with the requirement of the State Educational Standard of Higher Professional Education in the specialty 560001 Medical business, the developers of the educational program of higher professional education regularly update it. At least once a year, graduating departments are required to conduct self-examination of the BEP of the HPE according to the following criteria:

 assessment of the relevance of the used teaching materials in all readable disciplines, taking into account changes in the legislative framework, the development of science, the introduction of new approaches in practice;

 assessment of the activity of the readable disciplines chosen by the students;

 activity evaluation of the readable disciplines of the variable part.

To conduct self-examination graduating department should involve representatives of employers.

The results of the self-examination are approved at a meeting of the graduating department and are recorded in the form of a report on the results of self-examination. The report on the results of self-examination of the BEP VPO should contain proposals for making changes to the BEP of the HPE, which are agreed with the representatives of the employers involved in the conduct of the self-examination. Suggestions for making changes to the BEP of the HPE may include:

 list of changes in the work programs of educational disciplines;

 list of changes made to the program practices;

 list of changes in the program of final state certification;

 changes in the list of disciplines chosen by students;

 changes to the list of disciplines of the variable part.

Within a month after approval of the results of self-examination at a meeting of graduating departments, the Institute’s Methodical Council (UMC) of the institute reviews the report on the results of self-examination of the BEP VPO and, in the absence of comments, is approved by the UMC institute.

If there are comments on the report on the results of self-examination of the BEP, it is returned for revision.

After approval of the report on the results of self-examination at a meeting of the UMC of the institute, it is submitted to the UID within 2 weeks after the date of approval.

IID assigns one reviewer from among the members of the UMO Institute. Within 10 working days the reviewer prepares a review and submits it to the teaching and methodical association.

After approval at a meeting of the UMO (or Academic Council) of the institute of the report on the results of self-examination of the BEP of the HPE and making the corresponding changes in the BEP of the HPE, information on the changes made is posted on the official website of the Institute.

In accordance with the schedule approved annually by the Rector for Academic Affairs, an external examination of the BEP of HPE is carried out. The organization of the external examination is the responsibility of the Head of the Training Department, which implements the relevant HEP. According to the results of the external examination, changes are made to the BEP VPO in accordance with these regulations.

 

ten. LIST OF DEVELOPERS OOP, EXPERTS

  – Dean of the Medical Faculty of NIMSI

 Educational and Methodical Council of NIMSI

 Specialists graduating departments NIMSI

 Specialists of specialized departments (internal experts)

 Interns, clinical interns, medical practitioners

 External experts (employers)

 

LIST OF ANNEX

 

  1. Appendix 1 – Competence Matrix
  2. Appendix 2 – Curriculum and Timetable
  3. Appendix 3 – Work programs of disciplines, modules
  4. Appendix 4 – Practice Program
  5. Appendix 5 – Agreement between NIMSI and a health care institution