Faculties

The activity carried out by a modern nurse should meet corresponding requirements of the current period. She must be informed of the Decrees, Orders and Resolutions issued by the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan and the Ministry of Public Health of the Republic of Uzbekistan, as well as understand the importance of these documents.

Additionally, in the course of her professional activity, a nurse should be able to provide incidental medical service, to render medical service together with a doctor, to promptly, precisely and correctly obtain and send for examination a set of the major clinical, anatomical and physiological indicators and samples required for laboratory analysis, to be able to use various methods of injecting medicines in a patient’s body, to correctly select and use medical preparations.

As well as that, nurses, working in the first-aid clinics and rural dispensaries set up as a result of reforms in the healthcare system, should be highly-qualified professionals, who are well versed in both theory and practice.

The specialist must be a comprehensively developed person, enjoying such qualities as moral stability, free thinking, thorough knowledge and proficiency in the fundamentals of values common to all mankind and the rich spiritual and cultural heritage of the Uzbek people, as well as comprehending the philosophical dynamics of human development, actively participating in the implementation of aims and tasks to preserve the population’s health facing the Republic of Uzbekistan, being brought up in the spirit of patriotism and clearly realizing one’s own responsibility for the fate of independence in the Republic of Uzbekistan.

Essential psychological and physiological qualities: the power of observation, attentiveness, correct sensory and motive reactions, versatile quick thought and conception, sensation of light, active and fast memory, motor memory, diligence and accuracy, possession of the art of communication.

The specialist must know:

  • Constitution of the Republic of Uzbekistan, Reforms in the healthcare system, aims and tasks of the State Public Health Program approved by the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Uzbekistan;
  • National policy pursued by the Republic of Uzbekistan in the field of public health, the main directions of the WHO;
  • Decree of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan, “On the State Program for Reformation of the Healthcare System in the Republic of Uzbekistan” ;
  • drawing up of normative documents, keeping of medical statistics, knowledge of information technologies and new medical technologies;
  • the history of Oriental medicine, ethics, deontology and the basics of communication;
  • the fundamentals of general professional disciplines needed to solve a whole spectrum of professional objectives, the main laws of medicine and biology;
  • the anatomic and physiological peculiarities of both a healthy and sick individuals, age-associated sexual and psychological changes;
  • the probability of emerging a pathological process in the organism, the causes and preconditions behind its emergence;
  • the principles of general pharmacology, methods of injecting medicines in a human body, interaction of medical preparations, recommendations for their application and counteraction;
  • the application of medical preparations in practical nursing, their pharmaco-kinesthetic, pharmaco-dynamics and effect on the organism;
  • psychology of professional intercourse, fundamentals of communication;
  • prophylaxis of diseases, popularization of the healthy mode of life, active participation in society’s health protection;
  • the foundations of gerontology and geriatrics;
  • the principles of dietology;
  • the nursing process;
  • infection of patients and medical personnel with contagious diseases and their prophylaxis;
  • observation of the rules of asepsis, antiseptics and sanitation in the fight against epidemics;
  • differentiated methods of looking after the patients, children and the elderly.

The specialist must be able to perform:

  • to take a patient through clinical and general examination, to assess their results, to know modern medicines, to write orders for up-to-date instrumental examination and laboratory analysis and to carry them out, to independently diagnose, to treat, to write orders and prescriptions, to bring about disease-prevention methods, to conduct the main types of examination of children and pregnant women;
  • to take care of patients, the elderly and children at home and in clinics;
  • to implement works aimed at preserving the environment and take measures to combat epidemics in the treatment-and-prophylactic establishments, children’s organizations and populated areas;
  • to carry out sanitary and instructive works, to observe the requirements of sanitation, to popularize the healthy mode of life, to take active part in society’s health protection;
  • to compile information on therapeutic activity, to analyze the possibilities of the market for medical assistant’s services, to fill in and keep all sorts of medical documentation, to collect and analyze statistical data on patients and invalids;
  • to register people staying in need of medical and social aid, to provide medical aid to invalids, the elderly without bread-winners and patients with chronic diseases, to look after the sick at home;
  • to tackle problems that crop up in the course of work and to opportunely accomplish all necessary measures.

General practice medical assistants are trained to work in all sorts of medical treatment and prophylactic establishments, rural dispensaries, regional and urban hospitals, medical units and associations, first-aid centers, first-aid stations, independent medical assistant-and-obstetric dispensaries, as well as to manage medical assistant-and-obstetric dispensaries.

The specialist must be a thoroughly developed person, enjoying moral stability, free thought, deep knowledge, being well versed in the foundations of values common to all mankind and the rich spiritual and cultural heritage of the Uzbek people, comprehensive of the philosophical dynamics of human development, taking active part in the implementation of aims and tasks to preserve the population’s health that are facing the Republic of Uzbekistan, being brought up in the spirit of patriotism, and understanding of the responsibility for the fate of independence in the Republic of Uzbekistan.

The general practice medical assistant must possess the background that meets all the requirements of the present day, carry out all practical procedures correctly, precisely and with high qualification, be able to promptly master and work on modern medical equipment, fulfill a doctor’s instructions to the letter, provide first aid, independently diagnose a condition, define more accurately the type of specialized medial aid needed for a patient, popularize the healthy mode of life among the population.

Essential psychological and physiological qualities: the power of observation, attentiveness, correct sensory and motive reactions, versatile quick thought and conception, sensation of light, active and fast memory, motor memory, diligence and accuracy, possession of the art of communication.

The specialist must know:

  • Constitution of the Republic of Uzbekistan, Reforms in the public health system, Aims and Tasks of the State Public Health Program approved by the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Uzbekistan;
  • National policy pursued by the Republic of Uzbekistan in the field of public health, major directions of the WHO;
  • Decree of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan, “On the State Program for Reorganization of the System of Public Health in the Republic of Uzbekistan” ;
  • medical preconditions of an individual’s health and laws of public health based on management and economic knowledge;
  • drawing up of normative documents, keeping of medical statistics, knowledge of information technologies and new medical technologies;
  • the history of Oriental medicine, ethics, deontology and fundamentals of communication;
  • the basics of general professional disciplines needed for the resolution of professional tasks, the main laws of medicine and biology;
  • anatomic and physiological peculiarities of a healthy individual and a patient, age-related sexual and psychological changes;
  • the probability of emerging a pathological process in the organism, the causes and preconditions for its emergence;
  • the principles of general pharmacology, methods of injecting medical preparations in the human body, interaction of medicines, recommendations for their use and cases of counteraction;
  • the use of medical preparations in nursing, their pharmaco-kinesthetic, pharmaco-dynamics and effect on the organism;
  • psychology of professional intercourse, the basics of communication;
  • prophylaxis of diseases, popularization of the healthy mode of life, active participation in society’s health protection;
  • the foundations of gerontology and geriatrics;
  • the principles of dietology;
  • the nursing process;
  • Infection of patients and medical personnel with contagious diseases and their prophylaxis;
  • observation of the rules of asepsis, antiseptics and sanitation in the fight against epidemics;
  • differentiated methods of looking after patients, children and the elderly;
  • provision of first aid in the fields of obstetrics and gynecology;
  • the fundamentals of the organization of the State system for prevention of natural disasters. Assessment of various medical and tactical situations and organization of first aid: independent diagnostics of conditions and provision of first aid in emergency situations.

Specialist must be able to perform:

  • to take a patient through clinical and general examination, to assess its results, to know modern medicines, to write orders for up-to-date instrumental and laboratory forms of examination and to carry them out, to independently diagnose a condition, to treat, to write prescriptions, to perform prophylaxis of diseases, to conduct the main types of examination of children and pregnant women;
  • to take care of patients, the elderly and children at home and in clinics;
  • to provide first aid, to perform reanimation procedures, to assist a surgeon during an operation, to aid in the normal physiological process of childbirth;
  • to implement works aimed at preserving the environment and take measures to combat epidemics in treatment-and-prophylactic establishments, children’s organizations and populated areas;
  • to carry out sanitary and instructive works, to observe the requirements of sanitation, to popularize the healthy mode of life, to take active part in the protection of public health;
  • to compile information on therapeutic activity, to analyze the possibilities of the market for medical assistant’s services, to fill in and keep all sorts of medical documentation, to collect and analyze statistical data on patients and invalids;
  • to register those staying in need of medical and social help, to provide medical aid to invalids, the aged persons without bread winners and patients with chronic diseases, to look after patients at home;
  • to provide first aid to the population in emergency situations;

to tackle problems cropping up in the course of work and to opportunely accomplish all necessary measures.

Medical assistants-laboratory assistants are trained to work in laboratories of rural dispensaries, regional and urban prophylactic establishments, institutes of higher education and scientific-research organizations, as well as to perform the entire spectrum of laboratory tests and analyses in medical laboratories of various profiles.

The medical assistant-laboratory assistant must possess philosophical and economic knowledge, positively assess the events taking place in society from the dialectic point of view, actively participate in economic reforms implemented in the country, transformation of the political system, transition to market relationships, democratization of public activities, be a person of high moral and spiritual standards brought up in the spirit of patriotism, internationalism and solidarity, realize one’s responsibility for human civilization and the fate of independence in the Republic of Uzbekistan. The medical assistant-laboratory assistance should be able to work in concord with other colleagues, assume the responsibility for the quality and outcomes of one’s work and believe in the triumph of the principles of social justice.

The medical assistant-laboratory assistant must be able to perform:

  • to receive materials needed for laboratory analysis and to register them in a special note-book;
  • to prepare dye-staff, reagents and natives, dyed preparations etc. required for laboratory tests and analysis;
  • to have perfect command of the sterilization techniques used in medical laboratories and be able to disinfect contagious materials;
  • to work on modern laboratory equipment;
  • to possess perfect knowledge of all laboratory investigation methods;
  • to be able to provide first aid in case of accident.

Medical assistant-laboratory assistant must know:

  • the basics of public health managements, directive documents and laws regulating the system of public health;
  • legal and social aspects of activity carried out by the laboratory service of medical prophylactic establishments, the rules of accident prevention when using medical instruments and specimens, as well as the organizational system of population-defense medical service;
  • the main medical terms used in general professional disciplines, which are required for the fulfillment of professional duties, the anatomic and physiological peculiarities of a healthy individual and a patient, the causes and development mechanisms of pathogenic processes in the organism;
  • modern methods of examination;
  • methods of laboratory analysis needed to assess the state of a healthy and sick organism;
  • methods of general clinical, clinical-biochemical, immunological, hematological, cytological, histological and histological-chemical analysis;
  • methods of sanitary and hygienic investigation of the environment;
  • methods of microbiological analysis and sanitary-hygienic investigation;
  • taking and storage of samples, and the delivery of the materials obtained to the laboratory for analysis;
  • standards of sanitation and hygiene and laboratory regulations.