I am grateful to fate that I have chosen the specialty “Nursing”

My name is Asemgul! I am a master's student at the Ospanov West Kazakhstan Medical University.

I am grateful to fate that I have chosen the specialty "Nursing". I graduated from an academic bachelor's degree in the specialty "Nursing", now I am studying for a master's degree and in the future I plan to enter doctoral studies, having received a doctor's degree in nursing. I never imagined such prospects in the profession, because in Kazakhstan there is still a traditional idea of ​​a nurse as an auxiliary specialist. But this is one of the most important professions. But today, important changes are taking place. Over the past three years, the urgent need to reform such a part of health care as "Nursing" in Kazakhstan has found expression in the implementation of international programs, projects, changes in education, science and nursing practice.

During my graduate studies, I learned a lot of interesting things about the best practices of evidence-based nursing and nursing research. The topic of my research is about the involvement of nurses in anticoagulant therapy at various stages of the nursing process. Participation in training seminars and master classes conducted under the ProInCa project gave me a lot in understanding the research. The project itself has strengthened the position of higher education in the field of nursing and contributes to the development of not only education, but also the reform of nursing in Kazakhstan. This project for me personally revealed a lot in my own profession, the result for me personally was admission to the magistracy in the specialty "Nursing".

The ProInCa project, I think, is just the beginning of other big projects in the development of nursing. Unfortunately, not everyone was able to participate in the final conference, in master classes, seminars and internships within the framework of the project, which give nurses more opportunities for self-realization not only in clinical practice, but also in teaching and research work. I would like to especially note the high level of organization of the final conference, a professional approach to business, a very rich and interesting program. I am glad that such changes are taking place in nursing in our country.


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