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(books, guidelines, etc.)

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1 G.M Kudiyarova, BBZarbbosynova PSYCHIATRY OAlmaty: Kazakhstan 2010 -296pages.  Kaz
2 BBZarbbosynova PSYCHIATRY for general practitioners Textbook-Almaty, 2011-284p.  Rus
3 G.M Kudiyarova, BBZarbbosynova Медициналық психология Оқулық-Алматы, ЖК «АҚНҰР баспасы»-2014.-248с. Kaz
4 BBZarbbosynova G.M Kudiyarova, Psychiatry Tutorial-Almaty, “Everest” LLP, 2013-316p. Kaz
5 BBZarbbosynova “Psychiatry for General Practitioners” (reprint) Textbook-Almaty, Publishing House “Evero”, 2014 – 365p. Rus
6 Aibasova GH, Tolstikova AY,

Djamantaeva M.Sh., Raspopova NI

Clinical and epidemiological studies of organic mental disorders in the Republic of Kazakhstan Methodical recommendations Almaty, 2004-65 p. Rus
7 BBZarbbosynova Glossary

psychiatric terms for medical students in three languages (Russian, Kazakh, English)

Educational-methodical manual,

May 2014g




8 BBZarbbosynova “Epidemiology of Mental Health” educational and methodical – 2010. Rus
9 BBZarbbosynova “Motivation therapy of addicts with psychoactive substances” educational and methodical manual – 2010. Rus
10 Jamantaeva M.Sh.

Raspopova NI

Basically, NN,

Bobryashov AA

Suicidal behavior of servicemen (analytical review) Method. recommendations .- Almaty, 2013-35. Rus
11 Bespalova LY,  docent “Responses to stress and adaptation disorders.” Teaching aids

Almaty 2013.


12 Jamantaeva M.Sh.

Raspopova N..I.

Diagnosis and prevention of suicidal behavior in patients with schizophrenia. Tutorial. – Almaty, 2016.130p. Rus
13 Shakhmetov BA, Shakhmed NB, Ashimbaeva AA Mental health Educational tool. Almaty 2017. Kaz



Psychiatry-reading. Tutorial-Almaty: Kazakhstan 2010 The textbook consists of 18 chapters devoted to general psychopathology, history and organizational development of own psychiatric care and service. Alcoholism and alcohol psychosis are discussed separately.


PSYCHIATRY for general practitioners – textbook 2011. The structure of the textbook for a general practitioner should fundamentally differ from the pattern structure of the textbooks on which students study psychiatry. As a basis, we adopted a WHO-developed short version for primary care physicians of the “Mental and Behavioral Disorders” section of the 10th revision of the ICD. However, in a number of cases we deemed it advisable to depart from the version, mainly due to the inclusion of missing sections in the textbook. The chapters dedicated specifically to the mental pathology of childhood and the elderly, and disorders of the mature personality were included.


Psychiatry – Textbook – Almaty, «Эверо» LLP, 2013. In the textbook the problems of etiology and pathogenesis of psychoprophylaxis and psychogyenia are described in modern terms. The issues of private psychiatry and the chapters focus on modern approaches to the treatment of labor, military, judicial and psychiatric diseases.


“Psychiatry for general practitioners”, 2014. It is intended not only for psychiatrists, but also for doctors of therapists, surgeons, obstetrician-gynecologists, pediatricians, in other words for those doctors who work in a clinic and should be zankomy with mental illnesses of citizens applying in polyclinic conditions, first of all, not psychiatrists but to district doctors. The textbook is written succinctly, a large place is given to neuroses, features of the personality (psychopathy of the necessary cases to purposefully treat patients with psychiatrists).


Students of medical universities should be aware of patients’ psychology with various somatic disorders. This tutorial reflects the peculiarities of the age and all the nosologies (surgical, obstetrics-gynecological, ear-throat, nose, etc.). At an understatement level, students can get acquainted with perceptions, thinking, consciousness disorders and other mental disorders.


The content of the textbook not only describes the clinical picture of mental disorders, but also allows to know the procedural issues of appointment of outpatient or stationary forensic psychiatric identification.