Research & Innovation
On April 20, the Economic Day of Kazakhstan was held by the local IHK and OAOEV in Düsseldorf. The event was opened by Andreas Schmitz, the President of IHK Dusseldorf, and featured a speech by Kazakhstan’s Ambassador Nurlan Onzhanov. The event served as a reminder of the significant strides that Kazakhstan has made in recent years. Intriguing insights into the economics of Kazakhstan were made, particularly in the most substantial areas, such as renewable energy, engineering, and agricultural cooperation.
Further Efforts to Enhance Medical Qualification of Specialists from Kazakhstan through International Internship Programmes
INTAMT is dedicated to improving the qualifications of specialists from Kazakhstan in the field of medicine, and recently, 32 specialists completed internships at leading clinics in Germany in the fields of radiology, nuclear medicine, and radiation medicine.
From 21st to 24th of November 2022, the INTAMT Academy conducted its first delegation trip since the beginning of 2020 in the field of public administration in Germany. A delegation from the southern Kazakh city of Shymkent came to the capital of North Rhine-Westphalia, Düsseldorf, and Neuss to exchange experience with German colleagues on the topic of practical aspects of municipal administration.
Radiologists and rehabilitologists from Kazakhstan participated in the INTAMT traineeship cycle. Two groups of physicians – radiologists and rehabilitologists – from Atyrau regional hospital, Atyrau cardiologic centre and Atyrau regional children’s hospital participated in different clinics of North Rhine-Westphalia.
Starting on 5 September, thoracic surgeons from Kazakhstan under the direction of Prof. Wolfram-Trudo Knoefel took part in a two-week internship at the Clinic for General, Thoracic and Paediatric Surgery of the University Hospital Düsseldorf, which was part of a larger educational project – a cycle of internships for doctors from medical institutions in Atyrau, the Republic of Kazakhstan, in Germany.
The weak and the vulnerable are the first to fall victim to the cruelty of war. This is also the case in Ukraine. Our long-time partners and friends from the National Assembly of People with Disabilities of Ukraine report terrible things about the condition of their charges who need help and support. Especially in areas adjacent to war zones, the situation remains extremely critical. We cannot give these people back their lives before the war. But we can try to help.
The team of INTAMT is overwhelmed with grief and concern about the events surrounding the invasion of Ukraine by the Russian army. We could not ignore this huge human tragedy, especially as many Ukrainian colleagues, with whom we have longstanding business relations, are among the victims. Do what you can to stop the bloodshed! Solidarity from people all over the world is the only thing that can prevent the expansion of the war in Ukraine to a worldwide catastrophe!
A number of research studies have shown that an integration of VR in nursing simulation-based education in the EU countries is still at its onset. During the 24 months, the DTNET consortium aims to create an innovative & handy set of help tools to provide the HEIs with the technological advantages of VR simulations in nursing education and focus not just on the usability of the technology, but on learning outcomes of immersive VR.
World Bank Project: Development of clinical guidelines on healthacre delivery INTAMT Academy won the bid for the World Bank Project “Development of tools on implementing Clinical Guidelines on healthcare delivery to pregnant women, women in...
DISEMEX – Disability Employment Expert Analysing best practices in accommodation of people with disabilities into the primary labour market. The employment of people with disabilities is a key factor in their participation in society. Together with...