Translators learn both the capability of rendering texts and acquiring other additional skills. A view on the up-to-date requirements in medicine shows the translator's competence to modify over the long run due to advances in technology or a legion of public demands. Hence, developing translation competence stipulates regarding all types of the competence. Anyhow, the trainers should instill translation skills building on their life experience and professional background.

Every year passed suggested that we acquire new knowledge, develop general and professional skills, deal with the ups and downs, our life is not very good, yet not bad, to make short of long, we gain our personal experience, and it is always effective!

The Department of Foreign Languages launches the Teachers' Advanced Training Course on January 13, 2020.

Here the attendees are involved in a wide range of short activities which are designed around topics engaging and relevant to the learners and used to complement their curriculum, giving the students an opportunity to develop their English language and skills in motivating and enjoyable ways. Written by the learner experts from around the world, the efforts are easy to use and aim to give them the skills and confidence they need to enjoy learning English.

On December 24, 2019, at the Kovel Territorial Medical Association (MTMO) hospital, a team of doctors of the Heart Institute, led by the director of the Institute, Professor Boris Todurov, successfully completed a heart transplant to a recipient with marked dilated cardiomyopathy. This surgery became the first in Ukraine in the last 15 years to have a heart transplant.

Already fourth year in succession the Department of Ophthalmology of the Shupik National Medical Academy of Postgraduate Education successfully passed the cycles of thematic improvement "Glaucoma" for in-plant training of ophthalmologists and surgeons, improvement of theoretical knowledge and practical skills of realization of modern methods of subklinical diagnostics, laser and microsurgeon interferences at glaucoma. Curator of cthe ycle – professor Іryna Shargorodska.

Dear Colleagues! Happy New Year and Merry Christmas! 

Our department heartily congratulates YOU on the upcoming holidays! The outgoing 2019 has been full of important events and achievements. In the coming year we wish YOU health and wealth, emotional resilience, self-confidence and optimism.