Meeting with the management of the branch of RSTE “Center for forensic examination of the MJ RK” of the Institute for forensic examination in Abay region

Meeting with the management of the branch of RSTE “Center for forensic examination of the MJ RK” of the Institute for forensic examination in Abay region

On September 22, 2022, a meeting was held at NJSC “SMU” for 7th year GP interns and 5th year students of the Faculty of Pharmacy with the leadership of the branch of the State Enterprise “Center for Forensic Examinations of the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Kazakhstan” of the Institute of Forensic Examinations in the Abay region. The meeting was organized by the School of Postgraduate Education, the School of Public Health, Dentistry, Pharmacy and Nursing with the technical support of the Department of Digital and PR Technologies.

At the meeting spoke Zakirov S. A. – Director of the Institute of Forensic Examinations in the Abay Region, Raimbekova G. K. – Head of the department of chemical-toxicological examination, Imangalieva A. A. – Chief Inspector for Human Resources of the Institute of Forensic Examinations in the Abai region. They told the students about the features of the work of a forensic expert and work in a chemical-toxicological laboratory, the prospects for training in residency in the specialty “Forensic Medical Examination”. The students asked the branch management the questions they were interested in, to which they received exhaustive answers.

The purpose of the meeting was to expand the availability of jobs for graduates of the NJSC “SMU”, facilitate the recruitment process for employers by attracting young professionals, and assisting in their employment.

Forensic medical experts are subjects of healthcare and are part of the public sector healthcare system in accordance with Art. 63 of the Code of the Republic of Kazakhstan “On the health of the people and the healthcare system”. Currently, a significant problem in the forensic system is the shortage of personnel in the ranks of forensic experts, especially in district offices.

Attending such events has its own significance for the younger generation starting their career path, as it helps to determine the most interesting areas of activity and their “value” as an employee.

For young people, this is a great opportunity to explore the job market and communicate directly with employers.

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