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December 21, 2021, 16:08

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In 2022, three medical universities will receive grants.

The Moscow government has allocated 63 million rubles for the implementation of the project of practice-oriented training of students and residents of medical universities “School of Professional Growth”. In 2022, grants will be received by three medical universities – the First Moscow State Medical University named after I.M. Sechenov, Russian National Research Medical University named after N.I. Pirogov and Moscow State University of Medicine and Dentistry named after A.I. Evdokimova. The corresponding decree was signed Sergei Sobyanin.

The School of Professional Growth project has been implemented since 2018. Its participants – sixth-year students and second-year residents selected according to the results of a competition – undergo additional training and practice in medical institutions in Moscow.

School enrollment is in the most scarce medical specialties:

– sixth year students – in the specialties “local therapist” and “local pediatrician”, including for work in the emergency team;

– interns of the second (last) year of study – in the specialties “pediatrics”, “therapy”, “general medical practice”, “otorhinolaryngology”, “ophthalmology”, “neurology”, “anesthesiology-resuscitation”, “cardiology”, “oncology” , “Traumatology and Orthopedics”, “Allergology and Immunology”, “Urology”, “Pulmonology”, “Infectious Diseases”.

The program of the School of Professional Growth includes an in-depth study of specialized disciplines (including the use of simulation techniques), special modules on patient orientation, medical ethics, work with UMIAS, and the legal basis of a doctor’s work. School participants undergo practical training in city hospitals and clinics, gaining experience in performing medical procedures, practicing actions in emergency conditions, and also taking part in the supervision of patients.

The development of educational material and the development of professional skills are carried out without interrupting the main study.

School participants receive a monthly stipend of 25 thousand rubles.

Upon completion of training, graduates of the School of Professional Growth are required to work for at least two years in one of the capital’s healthcare institutions, mainly at the place of internship. The corresponding agreement is concluded with Moscow Department of Health.

The implementation of the “School of Professional Growth” project makes it possible to provide employment in city hospitals and clinics of motivated and well-prepared young specialists for work in real conditions.

In 2020, the project became a laureate of the Moscow City Prize in the field of medicine.

In 2018–2021, 314 people graduated from the school in 23 specialties (four streams).

The fifth stream training will begin in January 2022 and will last six months.

EDITOR’S NOTE: This article is a translation. Apologies should the grammar and or sentence structure not be perfect.

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