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Turkish specialists of BSMI are performing surgical operations in Bukhara


Turkish specialists of BSMI are performing surgical operations in Bukhara

In recent years, at the initiative of the Honorable President Shavkat Mirziyoyev, a number of suggestions on the development of medical education have been put forward and implemented in our country. In particular, opening the way for medical universities to cooperate with prestigious universities in the world creates the basis for positive changes in the field. Wide cooperation relations with the most advanced and developing countries of the world are developing in the development of the industry. In particular, cooperation relations are currently being conducted with countries such as Russia, Germany, Turkey, and China in the process of bringing the system development to a new stage.

In 2019, the University of Health Sciences of Turkey started the admission process in four directions at the Bukhara State Medical Institute named after Abu Ali Ibn Sina. Currently, about 600 students are studying at the International Turkish faculty of the institute in four fields. The prestigious professors and teachers of the two countries are helping them master the secrets of medicine.

It is worth noting that qualified professors who teach students of the institute from abroad also participate in medical processes in our country by conducting practical training. Yesterday, a group of scientists visited a medical institution in Bukhara.

– Today, a group of these specialists – Turkish medical professor Suleyman Salman, along with conducting master classes for SBI (Institute of Health Sciences) students, conducted medical examinations at the perinatal center of Bukhara region, – says Nilufar Akhmedova, dean of the Faculty of International Turkey, – specialists from Bukhara and the institute performed high-tech minimally invasive laparoscopic surgery together with doctors and teachers.

It is reported that the processes are carried out regularly. In particular, on March 31, Turkish doctors will perform gynecological surgeries on several women at the Perinatal Center. This will serve as a hands-on experience for local doctors and students.