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Kazakhstan: Doctors Training Program

HICARE invited two doctors from Kazakhstans’s Semipalatinsk Consultative Diagnostic Center and the Semipalatinsk Oncology Center for a week of briefings at radiation-research related institutions.

Name and Position:

Zhanat Moldagaliyeva
Chief Physician
Semipalatinsk Consultative Diagnostic Centre

Tasbolat Adylkhanov
Deputy Chief Physician
Semipalatinsk Oncology Center


March 8 and 11, 2006

With Dr. Dohy, HICARE President

Training Organizations (in order of occurrence):

Hiroshima A-bomb Casualty Council
Hiroshima University Research Institute for Radiation Biology & Medicine
Hiroshima Red Cross Hospital & Atomic-bomb Survivors Hospital
Radiation Effects Research Foundation
Hiroshima University Hospital
Saiseikai Hiroshima Hospital
A visit to the Peace Memorial Museum and other A-bomb related sites

Dr. Moldagaliyeva’s impressions and medical activities:

I think that HICARE is an organization with firm sense of mission, well-connected to relevant institutions and institutes. Both the organization of the training program, as well as the content of the program itself, were exceptional. During the program I was privileged to study a number of topics, including radiation examination equipment, field screening, and developing field of information technology.

We would very much like to introduce electronic exam charts into our medical facilities in Kazakhstan. Adopting new state-of-the-art techniques would allow us to more effectively treat our radiation-affected residents.

We very much wish to continue our cooperative relationship with HICARE long into the future.

Dr. Adylkhanov's impressions and medical activities:

I would first like to express my deep respect for HICARE's continuous support and sense of duty towards our common, and most important, mission.

The training program, considering even the everyday activities of trainees, was very well arranged. HICARE took care of us during our stay in Hiroshima. I was deeply impressed with the efforts taken by HICARE, treating trainees even to a number of Japanese culture experiences. I am ever more sure that we must maintain our cooperative relationship with HICARE.

In addition, I would specially like to thank the doctors and their staff for their sincere and impressive efforts with regards to the oversight of our training.
I wish prosperity for both Japan and Kazakhstan more than ever.

With Mr. Sasaki, HICARE Secretary-General (second from the left) and secretariats