North Ossetian State Medical Academy



  • North Ossetia Medical Academy in Vladikavkaz
  • Vladikavkaz North Ossetia Medical University
  • Vladikavkaz State Medical University
  • Vladikavkaz Medical Instiute

North Ossetia State Medical Academy is the center of higher medical and pharmaceutical education in Vladikavkaz region of Noth Ossetia. Every year North Ossetian State Medical Academy trains more than 3000 students. North Ossetia State Medical Academy was established in 1939 in the Vladikavkaz city  (formerly known Ordzhonikidze) as North Ossetia Medical Institute. In 1942 the medical institute was moved to Yerevan city due to World War II and in 1943 the institute was transferred  back to Vladikavkaz. In 1974 North Ossetia Medical Institute opened the faculty of pediatrics. 1988 North Ossetia Medical Institute introduced the faculty of advance medicine. In 1993 North Ossetia Medical Institute organized the dental faculty. In 1995  North Ossetia Medical Institute received the status of medical academy. Over the past decade North Ossetia State Medical Academy staff has received more than 66 patents, registered more than 100 innovations and published 3220 scientific papers. Today North Ossetia State Medical Academy has 7 faculties, 39 departments with 470 doctoros and professors, private clinics, Central Research Laboratory, psychological and educational services, centers of practical training and testing, a modern library with electronic reading room and 21 computer classes. Till now 14300 students has been tained in North Ossetia State Medical Academy



LIFE AT Vladikavkaz City in Russia




Vladikavkaz (RussianВладикавка́зIPA:, lit. ruler of the CaucasusOssetianДзæуджыхъæуtr. ; IPA: , lit. Dzaug‘s settlement), formerly known as Ordzhonikidze (Орджоники́дзе) and Dzaudzhikau (Дзауджика́у), is the capital city of the Republic of North Ossetia-AlaniaRussia. It is located in the southeast of the republic at the foothills of the Caucasus Mountains, situated on the Terek River. Population: 311,693 (2010 Census);315,068 (2002 Census);300,198 (1989 Census).Vladikavkaz is one of the most populous cities in the North Caucasus.

The city is an industrial and transportation center. Manufactured products include processed zinc and leadmachinerychemicalsclothing and food product


The city was founded in 1784 as a fortress during the Russian conquest of the Caucasus and was for many years the main Russian military base in the region. The Georgian Military Highway, crossing the mountains, was constructed in 1799 to link the city with Georgia to the south, and in 1875 a railway was built to connect it to Rostov-on-Don and Baku in Azerbaijan. Vladikavkaz has become an important industrial center for the region, with smelting, refining, chemicals and manufacturing industries.

The city is one of the largest in the Russian-controlled Caucasus, along with Grozny, and was the capital of the Mountain Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic, a Soviet Republic established after the annexation of the Mountainous Republic of the North Caucasus. The puppet state existed from 1921 to 1924 and was part of, and in some cases incorporated, the modern-day territories of ChechnyaNorth Ossetia and Kabardino-Balkaria.

From 1931 to 1944 and from 1954 to 1990, its name in both Russian and Ossetic languages was Ordzhonikidze (Орджоники́дзе) (after Sergo Ordzhonikidze, a Georgian Bolshevik), and from 1944 to 1954 it was officially called Dzaudzhikau (Дзауджика́у) in Russian and (Дзæуджыхъæу) in Ossetic. Vladikavkaz resumed its old Russian name, in 1990, shortly before the dissolution of the Soviet Union; the official Ossetic name was reverted to Дзæуджыхъæу (Dzæudžyqæu).

Vladikavkaz was fought over in both the Russian Civil War and World War II. In February 1919, the anti-Communist Volunteer Army under General Anton Denikin seized the city, before being expelled by the Red Army in March 1920. In November 1942, the forces of Nazi Germany tried unsuccessfully to seize the city but were repelled.

In 19992008 and 2010, Vladikavkaz was a target of bombings.

On November 26, 2008, Vitaly Karayev, the mayor of Vladikavkaz was killed by an unidentified gunman.On December 31, 2008, his successor, Kazbek Pagiyev, was also killed by unidentified gunmen


According to the results of the 2010 Census, the city population of Vladikavkaz was 330,148.

The ethnic makeup of city’s population was:





Medical school

medical school is a tertiary educational institution —or part of such an institution— that teaches medicine, and awards a professional degree for physicians and surgeons. Such medical degrees include the Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS, MBChB, BMBS), Doctor of Medicine (MD), or Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (DO). Many medical schools offer additional degrees, such as a Doctor of PhilosophyMaster’s degree, a physician assistant program, or other post-secondary education.

Medical schools can also carry out medical research and operate teaching hospitals. Around the world, criteria, structure, teaching methodology, and nature of medical programs offered at medical schools vary considerably. Medical schools are often highly competitive, using standardized entrance examinations, as well as grade point average and leadership roles, to narrow the selection criteria for candidates. In most countries, the study of medicine is completed as an undergraduate degree not requiring prerequisite undergraduate coursework. However, an increasing number of places are emerging for graduate entrants who have completed an undergraduate degree including some required courses. In the United States and Canada, almost all medical degrees are second entry degrees, and require several years of previous study at the university level.

Medical degrees are awarded to medical students after the completion of their degree program, which typically lasts five or more years for the undergraduate model and four years for the graduate model. Many modern medical schools integrate clinical education with basic sciences from the beginning of the curriculum (e.g.[1][2]). More traditional curricula are usually divided into preclinical and clinical blocks. In preclinical sciences, students study subjects such as biochemistrygeneticspharmacologypathologyanatomyphysiology and medical microbiology, among others. Subsequent clinical rotations usually include internal medicinegeneral surgerypediatricspsychiatry, and obstetrics and gynecology, among others.

Although medical schools confer upon graduates a medical degree, a physician typically may not legally practice medicine until licensed by the local government authority.[3] Licensing may also require passing a test, undergoing a criminal background check, checking references, paying a fee, and undergoing several years of postgraduate training. Medical schools are regulated by each country and appear in the World Directory of Medical Schools which was formed by the merger of the AVICENNA Directory for medicine and the FAIMER International Medical Education Directory.



The Ultimate WordPress Guide For Beginners


BLOG concept.


Welcome to this exclusive edition of GLOBAL SHOUTERS  where you will be learning how to create and setup your WordPress blog. This guide is exclusively for new bloggers who want to set up their blog on the WordPress platform.

For existing WordPress bloggers, I have also listed some pro tips that you should start implementing right now to make your WordPress blog more professional.

This WordPress guide will show you the following things:

  • How to buy web-hosting and a domain name for your WordPress blog.
  • Essential things to setup after installing WordPress.
  • Things that you need to do immediately after the initial WordPress configuration (Step by step tutorials with pictures).
  • WordPress plugins that you need to install and how to set them up.
  • Pro tips to make your WordPress blog grow faster.
  • Essential SEO of your WordPress blog.

You can have your WordPress blog up and running in the next 10 minutes.

Do remember, this WordPress for beginner’s guide is crafted with the utmost care and is regularly updated. You should bookmark this page for future reference.

Creating your WordPress blog (First step)

The first thing that you need to do in order to create a WordPress blog is to buy web-hosting and a domain name.

  • Web-hosting is where your files are stored.
  • The domain is the name of your blog.

You can buy hosting from Bluehost, which comes with a free domain and costs only $5.95/month for unlimited hosting space and bandwidth (with the discount link below).

This process will take 5 minutes and here is a guide to help you along the way. Click on the below link and get a hosting package now.

The next thing you need to do is install the WordPress blog onto your domain name. This process will take another 5-10 minutes. Below is the step by step tutorial:

Once you have your WordPress blog Installed, you need to make a few changes such as setting up permalinks, updating the ping list, setting up discussion settings, etc. Don’t worry, it’s not technical and you can quickly do it with the help of the guide below:

Good job on getting this far! Your blog is now up and running.

But before you play with more stuff, let’s quickly watch a few videos that will make you understand WordPress better.

A few things to learn before moving to the next level:

Here are a few more things that you need to learn before moving to the next level. This will help you to move through everything quicker and without getting stuck anywhere in between.

WordPress For Beginners:

Use these guides as your reference:

With all of the above steps completed, you have graduated from newbie to beginner!

Alright let’s begin by installing essential WordPress plugins:

Now it’s time to pimp up your blog with some important things. Here they are:

Beginner Tips To Blogging Like A WordPress Pro:

One of the major mistakes that many newbies make after creating a WordPress blog is they don’t bother setting up some of the things that can create a huge difference.

These few setups will help out in every aspect of your new website and each step won’t take more than 5 minutes.

In case you have any confusion, you can drop me an email at admin@shoutmeloud.com, and I will reply to your query within 24 hours.

Now it’s time to set up a few WordPress plugins that are very important:

  • Activate the Akismet plugin (You will need the Akismet API key. This tutorial will help you get your free API key and teach you how to add it on your blog.)
  • Install and activate WordPress SEO by Yoast (This is an amazing free plugin to make your blog SEO friendly, and this tutorial will guide you on how to set it up. This is quite easy to do and if you are stuck at any step, just drop me a comment and I will help you along the way.)
  • WP Super Cache plugin (This plugin is important for making your blog load faster. Make sure you don’t use any other cache plugin with this one.)
  • No self-ping WordPress plugin (Don’t ping yourself!)
  • WordPress related post plugins (Use any of these plugins to add related posts with thumbnails after each individual post. This will help your readers to discover more content on your blog.)
  • SocialWarfare WordPress plugin (These will help you to get more shares on social media.)
  • PushEngage (Free WordPress plugin to make your blog web-push ready. Highly recommended .)

WordPress SEO: From Beginner to Intermediate Level

Welcome to the next level!

These steps are going to create the biggest difference for your WordPress blog. This section will ensure you start driving traffic to your blog & your written post will be seen by more people.

You will need about one hour to understand everything here. If you have been learning and implementing everything continuously thus far, take a break! Come back with a fresh mind as you will be learning the things that will make you stand apart from other bloggers.

WordPress Pro Tips:

As promised, here are some tips for those WordPress bloggers who have been using WordPress for a long time and want to learn some advanced tips. (You need it after 2-3 months of launching your blog)



Most Expensive Outdoor Games


Worlds Most Expensive Sports

The Whitianga Festival of Sports

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The world’s most expensive sport or sporting event is the Whitianga Festival of Speed. The festival is held annually in New Zealand and features multiple sports centered around speed. The event includes a helicopter race, an offshore powerboat race, jet ski racing, rally car vs. helicopter racing, and parachute swooping, among other events. So, basically in order for you to join the competition, you have to have a helicopter, amongst all the other equipment. Owning and maintaining the equipment for one of these races is expensive enough, but to do it for all of them requires many millions of dollars.



Equestrian is the sport concerned with the skill of riding, driving, steeple chasing or vaulting with horses. Riding a horse is an activity that many children dream of doing. Equestrian sports, however, are sports that only the privileged few can participate in. The costs of training and maintaining a horse for the events in equestrian sports can be astronomical and include traveling to events and stabling the animal appropriately. The cost of exhibiting a horse on the international circuit can exceed $200,000 a year. This figure does not even include the cost of purchasing a horse.



Like equestrian, polo requires the purchase of an elite horse and requires maintenance, training and traveling costs. What separates polo is that it requires those who play it to own more than one horse, Most polo players need about four horses in order to substitute tired horses. Polo ponies must be exercised regularly and this usually requires two grooms at $2,500 a month. Tournaments can cost anywhere between $3,500 and $150,000. To be a patron and sponsor polo teams in tournaments can cost anywhere between $300,000 and $1,000,000. One characteristic of polo is there is a high rate of injury so those prepared to participate should anticipate high medical expenses as well.

Formula 1


Speaking of high medical costs, those dreaming to be Formula 1 drivers should expect to have high expenses as injuries are prevalent and are usually more serious that a sprained ankle. Also, there is the small fact that participation requires one to own their own car, which is more expensive say, than owning your own basketball. Formula 1 is the pinnacle of motor racing and to reach this level, drivers have to start racing from a young age on go-karts. The costs rise at each level and corporate sponsors are essential as entering a Formula 1 race costs about $190,000. There is a reason why the cars and athletes look like walking advertisements for various products. The cost of the cars are astronomical and the tires usually cost more than the average civilian vehicle.



There shouldn’t be a surprise to see sailing on this list. Owning a boat is usually more expensive than owning a car and the boats required for this sport, and the assortment of equipment, requires deep pockets. A sailing vessel can cost up to $100 million as in the AC 72 craft which will participate in this year’s America’s Cup. Once the necessary equipment is purchased, sailing is not that expensive! The only problem is it is usually a sport that takes place over a few months. The rest of the time the boat has to be stored and this is where most of the money is spent. When the boat in question is on dry land, it is an expensive task to make sure it is suitable to go back in the water.



Participating in a sport at the highest level can be an expensive proposition. Depending on the sport, the costs for equipment and training can be high. Well, if you want to participate in the Pentathlon, you should be ready to spend money on not one, but five sports. These sports are fencing, swimming, show jumping, pistol shooting and running. Obviously the cost of show jumping is far and way the most expensive facet, as it requires a horse and, as discussed earlier, horses don’t come cheap. But there are other costs from training for all the other events, such as the costs of fencing equipment as well as the purchase and maintenance of guns. Again, if one sport is not pricey enough, this is the sport for you.


Which is more important knowledge or Experience ???????

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When you were a kid growing up, I am sure you heard the saying:Knowledge is Power.

Our culture emphasizes knowledge. Everywhere.

Schools are extremely mind oriented. For example, knowledge and information are taught to be more important than experience. By the time our children graduate from high school, they will have spent more time acquiring facts and abstract information they will never be able to apply.

You with me?  

Remember all that calculus you learned in high school? It comes in handy when you are counting quarters at the grocery store, paying at the gasoline pump with your credit card, managing your Facebook accounts, organizing your life and when you are negotiating with your husband or wife. Right?

You learn a lot of this “great” information, but what kind of knowledge are you being taught that will help you apply towards your life, your relationships and your career? What kind of information are you learning that really helps you feed your body, your mind and your soul? Are these learning tools going undeveloped unless we seek them out later in life?

More often than not, we send our children out into the world chalked full of “knowledge,” yet with hardly any life experience. And yes, they do need to get out into the ‘real world’ for that kind of knowledge is to be applied. But isn’t there anything else we can do to prepare them?

Our careers make up at least 25 percent of our lives, while the relationships we have with our partners, children, co-workers, friends and ourselves make up the remainder of our lives.

It took me an extremely long time post-college to untangle who I was and wanted to be.

Did you know what you wanted? What kind of career you wanted to have? Did you feel like you were ready to walk into adulthood programmed to produce and succeed?

I didn’t. That’s for sure. I threw myself into a career that I had been “educated” to do. A career that I thought would reflect my self worth. Bummer when I decided I friggin’ hated it. So now what was I supposed to do? Where would my education take me? And what real life experience did I have? None.







The price of success is hard work, dedication to the job at hand, and the determination that whether we win or lose, we have applied the best of ourselves to the task at hand.” 2. “I’m convinced that about half of what separates the successful entrepreneursfrom the non-successful ones is pure perseverance.