Expert council

Regional interdepartmental expert council

 

Secretary

BAYBUSINOVA ZHANAR TYULUTAEVNA

Candidate of Medical Sciences

 

 

In 1998 she graduated from Semipalatinsk State Medical Academy. Faculty: General Medicine. Specialty: obstetrician-gynecologist

 

Thesis:"The physiological peculiarities of pregnancy and childbirth of women exposed to chronic radiation exposure" on a specialty physiology 14.00.13.

Year of title assignment: 2010

 

Author of 28 scientific articles, 2 of them published in the materials of international conferences of Russia and Spain. 

 

Awards.Thank you letter «For long-term honest work in health care of citizens and to the day of celebration of 20th anniversary of Independence of the Republic of Kazakhstan» Ministry of the Health of the Republic of Kazakhstan 2011.

 

Regional interdepartmental expert council activity

Regional interdepartmental expert council, which functions at SRI RMaE since 2000, conducts expert and advisory work on evaluation of connections ofdiseases, disability and mortality from radiation factors.

Regional interdepartmental expert council is a collegial body composed of membersof SRI RMaE and representatives of other health care organizations.

 

The main condition for determining the possibility of determining ofdisease causality with exposure is legally confirmed fact of residence and duration of residence ofartificial person in one of the zones of radiation risk (with the calculated effective equivalent dose).

The calculation of the individual effective doses of specific individuals, formed as a result of nuclear tests at the Semipalatinsk test site conducted according to methodology developed by specialists of SRI of radiation medicine and ecology (approved by the MoH of RK 19.11.2010). This methodology is adapted to the basic provisions of the Law of RK dated18.12.1992, № 1787 -XII "On social protection of citizens affected by the nuclear tests atthe Semipalatinsk nuclear test site" on allocationof areas affected districts of three regions of Kazakhstan to radiation risk the areas.