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25.04.2019 Print

Now we can do more

Research Institute for Complex Issues of Cardiovascular Diseases enlarged the list of specialities in the Initial Residency Program

To date, according to the license to provide educational activities, the full-time Initial Residence Program of the NII KPSSZ provided training in four specialities: “Cardiology”, “Anesthesiology and Intensive Care”, “Cardiovascular surgery”, “Healthcare management and public health”.

Starting from the next year the Institute will additionally prepare roentgenologists, pediatric cardiologists and roentgen-endovascular surgeons.

The implementation of the new specialities is determined by the current needs –now it’s very important to train the doctors, who are in-demand in the labor market and due to their qualification will be able to provide the Kuzbass residents with the specialized medical care.

The NII KPSSZ has all the conditions for it.

“Fellows will learn from the leading specialists of our Institution and they will be provided with the opportunities for clinical practice using modern equipment, mastering new technologies and current methods of diagnostic and treatment of cardiovascular diseases,” says Evgeny Grigoriev, Ph.D., professor, deputy director for Science and Clinical Work. “There is a huge need in the specialists we will prepare. This is especially true for roentgen-endovascular surgeons who perform surgeries on blood vessels by percutaneous approach under X-ray control in a special operating room. This is an alternative to the open surgery and a promising direction, which we are actively implementing nowadays in our clinic.”

With the enlargement of the license to provide educational activities, the Research Institute for Complex Issues of Cardiovascular Diseases was maximally included into the educational process providing the basis for the following development of the so-called “closed cycle” of medical care delivery – from diagnostics to rehabilitation.

The enrollment campaign to the Initial Residency Program in the NII KPSSZ starts in June 2019. The training starts from September and will be provided in full-time during 2 years. Upon completion of the training the fellows will pass the state final examination and get the Initial Residency diploma and the certificate of the medical specialist.

For all questions on the Initial Residency Program, please contact the Research and Educational Department
phone: +7 (3842) 34-53-86

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