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Hokkaido waiting for Sakhalin medical students for an internship
The Sakhalin Regional Hospital and the University Hospital of Hokkaido (Japan) have decided to sign a cooperation agreement. Details of the agreement were discussed at a meeting of representatives of the Ministry of Health of the region and members of the delegation of Hokkaido 24 October.
Medical workers of Hokkaido University - one of the oldest in Japan - went on a tour of the Far Eastern regions of Russia in order to present the capabilities of their institution. As part of their visit, in addition to Sakhalin, they intend to visit the Khabarovsk and Primorsky Territories.
At a meeting held at the Government House, Russian and Japanese doctors discussed the possibilities for improving medical services, as well as various options for training Sakhalin students and doctors. In the hospital at the University of Hokkaido there is an international direction, today there are studying 12 students from Russia. In plans - to increase the number of Russians in two or three times.
“In the hospital at the University of Kyushu in the very south of Japan, they took a course towards cooperation with South Korea, they are geographically closer, but we intend to develop relations with her. State Medical University (Vladivostok). Vladivostok teachers will teach there. “Along with the students, you can discuss the issue of retraining and teaching staff,” the Sakhalin doctors expressed their wish.
In addition to exchanging students, teachers and online consultations, the meeting participants discussed the possibility of holding a medical symposium that will take place both in Sakhalin and Hokkaido.