In the period from 17 February 2014 to 1 March, 2014, Head of the Pharmacognosy Department Assoc. Prof. Koshevoi A.M. visited the Academy in order to conduct master class lectures on the subject “Pharmacognosy” (on the following topics: “Medicinal plants and raw materials containing anthracene derivatives and their glycosides.
Properties of anthracene derivatives, methods for their specification and selection of plant material”, “Macroscopic and microscopic analysis of medicinal plant raw material “Fruits” and “Seeds”, “Medicinal plants and raw materials containing flavonoids and their glycosides. Features of the structure and classification of flavonoids”, “Research methods of flavonoids”, “Macroscopic and microscopic analysis of medicinal plants’ roots and other underground organs”) and Assoc. Prof. of the Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry Bevz N.Yu. visited the Academy in order to conduct master class lectures on the subject “Pharmaceutical Chemistry” (on the following topics: “Drugs, isoquinoline derivatives”, “Drugs, pyrimidine derivatives”, “The quality control system in pharmaceutical institutions and enterprises”, “Rules of the development of the regulations for quality control and safety of drugs”) under the Agreement on Cooperation between the National University of Pharmacy and South-Kazakhstan State Pharmaceutical Academy, Shymkent, dd. 06.12.2010. Koshevoi A.M. conducted laboratory practicals on the topics: “Analysis of plant material containing anthracene derivatives”, “Analysis of plant material containing flavonoids”, “Macroscopic and microscopic analysis of plant material “grass”, “Microscopic analysis of plant material “flowers” and others. (Lectures – 8 hrs., laboratory practicals – 16 hrs., independent work of students under the guidance of a teacher and a final control test – 10 hours. Total time – 34 hrs.).
BevzNY conducted laboratory studies on the topic: “Analysis of medicinal products derived 8-quinoline substitution”, “Analysis of medicinal products derived benzylizohinolinu” and others. (Lectures – 8 hours, laboratory classes – 10 hours, independent work of students under the guidance of a teacher and a final control test – 10 hours (total – 28 hrs.).
During this period Assoc. Prof. Koshevoi A.M. and Assoc. Prof. Bevz N.Yu. visited the chemical and pharmaceutical company «Santo», where they got acquainted with the manufacture of parenteral medicines (workshop operates in accordance with the requirements of GMR), visited the Department of technical control, where the control of finished products takes place according to the requirements of the modern State Pharmacopoeia of the Republic of Kazakhstan.
On February 20, 2014, a round table “Peculiarities of education at the National University of Pharmacy” was held and it was attended by the Dean of the Faculty of Pharmacy and Heads of all graduation Departments of the PharmaceuticalAcademy. The results of the roundtable are published in the article “Modern personnel to pharmaceutical production” in the newspaper “Panorama Shymkent» (№ 8 dd. 28.02.2014, p. 4) and “To be a high-demand specialist” in the newspaper “Kyzmet ” («Кызмет» ) (№ 8, dd. 28.02.2014, p. 3).
During the business trip to Kazakhstan Assoc. Prof. Koshevoi A.M. and Assoc. Prof. Bevz N.Yu. took an active part in educational activities and social life of the South-Kazakhstan State Pharmaceutical Academy, particularly in the Meeting of the Department of Pharmacognosy and Chemistry, and Pharmaceutical Chemistry, seminar on educational work for curators of study groups, etc., advised students on the writing of Master’s works, the results of which will be published as articles in scientific journals of the NUPh and SKSPhA.
According to results of the visit to Shymkent the terms of future cooperation were discussed with the staff of the Departments of South-Kazakhstan State Pharmaceutical Academy on the issues of student exchange for internships in Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Pharmacognosy, Technology of Drugs, the possibility of studying at the National University of Pharmacy within the framework of academic mobility.