Lecture of vice-president of the «Worldwide Society for Stroke Control» professor Nathan Bornstein in TMA.

Within the framework of international cooperation in the field of healthcare, medical education and science, on November 25, 2017, a leading specialist in neurology, vice-president of the World Society for Stroke Control, professor N. Bornstein visited the Tashkent Medical Academy.

For reference: Professor Natan Meir Bornstein – graduated from the medical faculty of the University of Siena (1973, Siena, Italy) and the Medical school of the Technion (1976, Haifa, Israel). Further he trained in various medical and educational institutions in Israel and at the University of Toronto (Canada). Currently, Professor is a neurologist at leading medical centers and clinics in Israel, he is also the head of the Department of neurology at the Medical center “Ichilov” and Vice-President of the Worldwide Society for Stroke Control.

The visit of the international expert to the Tashkent medical academy was timed to the World Day against the stroke. During the visit, Professor N. Bornstein conducted a joint integrated lecture on the theme: “The Restoration of motor function in acute stroke”. This lecture has become an urgent educational event for faculty, professionals, masters and students of the Academy who have shown a thorough interest in the presented topic. Together with the international specialist, the lecture was led by head of the Department of nervous diseases of TMA, professor G. Rakhimbayeva. The lecture allowed the specialists in the field of neurology and other related profiles to familiarize with the latest evidence-based treatments for stroke and rehabilitation patients, to study the foreign medical centers` and clinics` practices of medical care of neurological patients. The event was concluded with words of gratitude of vice-rector of scientific work of TMA professor T. Nabiev and with a commemorative photo.

International Department of TMA.

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