Kharkov National Medical University of Ukraine is recognized by:
– World Health Organization (W.H.O) is a specialized agency of the United Nations (UN) that is concerned with international public health. It was established on 7 April 1948, with headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland and is a member of the United Nations Development Group. Its predecessor, the Health Organization, was an agency of the League of Nations. The constitution of the World Health Organization had been signed by all 61 countries of the United Nations by 22 July 1946, with the first meeting of the World Health Assembly finishing on 24 July 1948. It incorporated the Office International d'Hygiène Publique and the League of Nations Health Organization. Since its creation, WHO has been responsible for playing a leading role in the eradication of smallpox. Its current priorities include communicable diseases, in particular, HIV/AIDS, malaria and tuberculosis; the mitigation of the effects of non-communicable diseases; sexual and reproductive health, development, and ageing; nutrition, food security and healthy eating; substance abuse; and drive the development of reporting, publications, and networking. WHO is responsible for the World Health Report, a leading international publication on health, the worldwide World Health Survey, and World Health Day. Its links with the IAEA and distribution of contraception have both proved controversial, as have guidelines on healthy eating and the 2009 flu pandemic.
– Medical Council of India was established in 1934 under the Indian Medical Council Act, 1933, now repealed, with the main function of establishing uniform standards of higher qualifications in medicine and recognition of medical qualifications in India and abroad. The number of medical colleges had increased steadily during the years after Independence. It was felt that the provisions of Indian Medical Council Act were not adequate to meet with the challenges posed by the very fast development and the progress of medical education in the country. As a result, in 1956, the old Act was repealed and a new one was enacted. This was further modified in 1964, 1993 and 2001. The objectives of the Council are as follows:
- Maintenance of uniform standards of medical education, both undergraduate and postgraduate.
- Recommendation for recognition/de-recognition of medical qualifications of medical institutions of India or foreign countries.
- Permanent registration/provisional registration of doctors with recognised medical qualifications,
- Reciprocity with foreign countries in the matter of mutual recognition of medical qualifications.
– Poznan University of Medical sciences (Polish: Uniwersytet Medyczny im. Karola Marcinkowskiego w Poznaniu) is a prominent Polish medical university, one of the oldest in Europe, located in the city of Poznań in western Poland. It traces its beginnings to the foundation of Poznań University in 1919, and was formed as a separate institution in 1950. It gained the status of uniwersytet in 2007.
– General Medical Council (GMC) is a fee-based registered charity with statutory obligation to maintain a register of medical practitioners within the United Kingdom. The current chair of the council is Professor Sir Peter Rubin and current chief executive and registrar is Niall Dickson. Purpose:
- All the GMC's functions derive from a statutory requirement for the establishment and maintenance of a register, which is the definitive list of doctors licensed to practice as "registered medical practitioners", within the public sector in Britain. The GMC controls entry to the List of Registered Medical Practitioners ("the medical register").
- The GMC also regulates and sets the standards for medical schools in the UK, and liaises with other nations' medical and university regulatory bodies over medical schools overseas, leading to some qualifications being mutually recognized. Since 2010, it also regulates postgraduate medical education.
– Federation European Phisiological Societies (FEPS) was founded during the Regional Meeting of IUPS in Prague (Czech Republic) on July 2, 1991. It now comprises 27 Constituent Societies. The aims of FEPS can be summarized as follows:
- to promote and foster the exchange and diffusion of concepts and information between physiologists and the societies of physiology in the European region
- to facilitate the dissemination of information concerning the activities of the member societies
- to encourage joint meetings of two or more member societies
- to facilitate the exchange of invitations between member societies to national or regional meetings
- to advance knowledge in the scientific disciplines relating to physiology by supporting and providing suitable mechanisms for training programs in physiology
- to advance the exchange of graduate students and scientists within Europe and on an international scale
- to stimulate international scientific research projects in Europe.
– The Albert Schweitzer Hospital in Lambaréné was founded in 1913 by Albert Schweitzer. Today the hospital is administered by the International Foundation of the Albert Schweitzer Hospital with the support of the Gabonese Ministry of Health. Departments in the hospital include Internal Medicine, Surgery, Paediatrics, Obstetrics, Dentistry and more recently, since 1981 a Medical Research Unit. With the nomination of Prof. Peter Gottfried Kremsner (Head of Department of Parasitology at the Medical Faculty, University of Tübingen, Germany) as the scientific director of the International Foundation of the Albert Schweitzer Hospital in Lambarene to lead the medical research in March 1992, work has since focused on malaria.
Lambaréné is situated on the equator in a typical Central African rain forest area at the river Ogooué in Gabon. Temperature is around 27°C on average and rainfall is throughout the year and at its minimum in July and August. The prevalence of plasmodial infection shows a hyperendemic pattern in and around Lambaréné. The predominant species is Plasmodium falciparum, responsible for more than 90% of all infections, together with some P. malariae and P. ovale infections and the entomological inoculation rate is around 50 infectious bites per person per year. In the Medical Research Unit, a thick blood smear is done on every patient attending the outpatient clinic with clinical symptoms of malaria, totalling up to 12,000 blood smears a year. Up to 5,000 patients are indeed diagnosed with a Plasmodium positive blood smear, the vast majority being children. About 300 of them have severe malaria. They are typically children between 1 and 6 years of age and mainly present with severe malarial anemia and hyperparasitemia.
For Example, Dr. PUROHIT NISCHAL JAGDISH KUMAR
One of the graduate of Kharkiv National Medical University registered with Medical Council Of India & Working in INDIA (Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital,Delhi)
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