Turobova Tatiana, MD ( Russian Federation)


Dr. Turobova Tatiana (Russian Federation), MD      

DOP (RF), DPCh (RF), DMO (RF), DPO (RF)

Medical oncologist, Pediatric oncologist,

Head of Oncology  Department
Vice-Director, Member of BOD

20 years of working experience in the medical fields in Russian Federation, 8 years of working experience in the medical field in Cambodia.

22 years of working experience as a doctor.

Medical education:

1990-96; Basic Higher medical education. Diploma with Honors (Bachelor Degree) of Arkhangelsk State Medical Academy (RF).

1996-98; Residency in Pediatric surgery in Arkhangelsk State Medical Academy (RF). Certificate of Ministry of Health, RF (Master Degree).

2003; International program of consortium EPOS Health Consultants, STAKES, IHSD, NSPH (Moscow-Arkhangelsk). Course of Healthcare management, Certificate (RF).

2004; The current state of the organization of the educational process and the introduction of a new generation of State educational standards of an elevated level. Educational and Methodical center for medical and pharmaceutical education of the Ministry of Health (Moscow, RF). Certificate of Ministry of Health, RF.

2004; Medical Oncology, Graduate course in Northern State Medical University (RF). Certificate of Ministry of Health, RF.

2005-2009; Part-time graduate in Northern State Medical University (RF). Testing thesis “Surgical complications of malignant tumours in children” (2009).

2007; Medical Oncology, Graduate course and training at Russian Cancer Research Center of N.N. Blokhin (RF, Moscow).  Certificate of Ministry of Health, RF.

2007; Pediatric Oncology, Graduate course and training at Russian Cancer Research Center of N.N. Blokhin, Research Institute of Pediatric Oncology and Hematology (RF). Certificate of Ministry of Health, RF.

2007; Pediatric Oncology, Training in The University of North Norway (Tromso).

2008; Pediatric Oncology, Graduate course in Northern State Medical University (RF). Certificate of Ministry of Health, RF.

2014; Postgraduate course. Gastrointestinal tumours. Bali, Indonesia (Certificate).

2015; Training. Diagnosis and therapy of colorectal cancer. University of Philippines, Manila.

2015; Postgraduate course. Cancer pain management. Bali, Indonesia (Certificate).

2015; Workshop. Essential Pain Management. Phnom Penh, Cambodia. (Certificate).

2017; ESMO Preceptorship Course. Gastrointestinal tumours. Singapore (Certificate ESMO).

Clinical Experience:

2010 – Present; Medical Oncologist, Pediatric Oncologist, Head of Oncology department, Vice-Director of Sen Sok IU hospital, Phnom Penh (Kingdom of Cambodia).

2004-2010; Pediatric Oncologist, Head of Oncology dept, Arkhangelsk regional children’s hospital (RF).

2003-2004; Deputy Director and Instructor in surgery, Arkhangelsk Medical College (RF).

1996-2005; Pediatric surgeon, Arkhangelsk regional children’s hospital (RF).

Expertise:

– Medical and Pediatric oncologist with good experience in diagnosis, treatment (including palliative care), rehabilitation of children, adolescents and adults with oncology and oncohemalogy diseases (except for radiation oncology), post-treatment follow-up,
– Treatment of hematological diseases,
– Good experience in Pediatric Surgery (polyclinic and hospital care, emergency care),
– Experience as a Pediatrician (except for organization of preventive vaccination),
– Experience in therapy of liver cirrhosis and liver failure,
– Good experience in Healthcare management (since 2003):
• HRM,
• Marketing management,
• business communications,
• PR, presentations,
• work with VIP patients,
• work with international insurance companies.

Achievements:

  • The Best Oncologist of Russian Federation, 2010
  • The Best Oncologist of Arkhangelsk Region, Russian Federation, 2009
  • I category in Medical oncology, 2008 (RF)
  • I category in Healthcare management, 2004 (RF)
  • II category in Pediatric Surgery, 2002 (RF)
  • Author of one Manual, 19 scientific medical articles and 30 medical articles in public media , co-author of 9 scientific medical articles
  • Author of 32 medical reports and presentation on medical conferences and congresses
  • Member of American Society of Clinical Oncology, Russian Society of Pediatric Oncologists and Hematologists, European Society for Medical Oncology, Singapore Society of Oncology (SSO)
  • Participant of Russian Pediatric Congress, 2005 (Moscow); Russian Oncology Congress 2006, 08 & 09 (Moscow); Russian Congress of Pediatric Oncologists, 2008 (Moscow); Asia Pacific Cancer Conference, 2011, 2013, 2015 (Malaysia; China; Indonesia); International Medical Congress III and IV, 2012 & 2014 (Phnom Penh, Cambodia), Asia Pacific Digestive Week 2014 (Indonesia), ESMO Asia 2015, 2016 & 2017 Congress (Singapore)

E-mails: vice-director@sensokiuh.com ,  ttatvl1973@mail.ru

Publications of Dr. Turobova Tatiana

–    Manuals

Turobova T. Manual for self-preparation of medical students to study of  propaedeutic of clinical disciplines.: propaedeutic in surgery. Arkhangelsk medical college Publishing House, Arkhangelsk, Russia, 2004. (The regional code was assigned). 

–    Scientific articles (author)

  1. Turobova T., Kirsanova A., Yedemsky A. Gastro-intestinal complications in children with cystic fibrosis. Materials of the VI National Congress on cystic fibrosis. St. Petersburg, Russia, 2003, pp. 47-48.
  2. Turobova T., Turabov I., Golovanov Y. Gastrointestinal stromal tumor of duodenum in a child (a case study). //Pediatric oncology, #2-3, 2006, pp. 47-52.
  3. Turobova T., Sobolev M., Golovanov Y., Turabov I. Intestinal invagination in children with malignant tumors. //The V Russian Congress “Modern technologies in Pediatrics and Pediatric surgery” materials. Moscow, Russia, 2006, pp. 427-428.
  4. Turobova T., Sobolev M., Golovanov Y., Turabov I. Abdominal emergencies in non-Hodgkin’s pediatric patients. // Bulletin of the Northern State Medical University. Arkhangelsk, Russia, 2006, #1, pp. 204-205.
  5. Turobova T., Sobolev M., Golovanov Y., Turabov I. Acute abdominal surgery diseases in hemoblastoses pediatric patients. // Materials of the scientific-practical conference with international participation “Optimization of medical-diagnostic tactics in oncology diseases”. Arkhangelsk, Russia, 2006, pp. 293-296.
  6. Turobova T., Turabov I., Malishev M. Primary malignant testicular tumors in children. // Pediatric oncology, #2, 2007, P. 65-68.
  7. Turobova T. Acute surgery diseases in Pediatric oncology. // Bulletin of the Northern State Medical University. Arkhangelsk, Russia, 2007, XVIII, #1, P. 171.
  8. Turobova T., Turabov I., Sobolev M. Testicular tumors. Materials of Pediatric conference. Samara, Russia, 2007, pp. 50-52.
  9. Turobova T., Lominoga N., Turabov I. The first experience in installing of infusion venous ports for polychemotherapy in Pediatric oncology. Materials of the VI Congress of anesthesiologists and resuscitators. St. Petersburg, Russia, 2007, pp. 12-13.
  10. Turobova T., Malishev M., Turabov I. Primary malignant testicular tumors in children. // Pediatrics in Pomorie. Materials of the interregional scientific-practical conference dedicated to the 35th anniversary of the Arkhangelsk Regional Children’s Clinical Hospital. Arkhangelsk, Russia, 2007, pp. 279-283.
  11. Turobova T., Lominoga N., Turabov I. The first experience of using of fully implantable devices for polychemotherapy in Pediatric oncology. // Pediatrics of Pomorie. Materials of the interregional scientific-practical conference dedicated to the 35th anniversary of the Arkhangelsk Regional Children’s Clinical Hospital. Arkhangelsk, Russia,2007, pp. 284-286.
  12. Turobova T., Turabov I. Mechanical intestinal obstruction in children with malignant tumors. // Materials of the 4th Congress of Pediatric oncologists of Russia with international participation “The present and future of Pediatric oncology. Moscow, Russia, 2008, P. 158.
  13. Turobova T. Using of central venous approach via infusion venous ports in Pediatric oncology. // Materials of the IV Congress of Pediatric oncologists of Russia with international participation “The present and future of Pediatric oncology. Moscow, Russia, Practical medicine, 2008, pp. 158-160.
  14. Turobova T., Turabov I. Intestinal obstruction in patients with malignant tumors. // The medical bulletin of the North Caucasus. Stavropol, Russia, 2009, #1 (13), pp. 51 – 52.
  15. Turobova T., Turabov I., Volikchin I. Using of fully implantable devices for polychemotherapy and infusion therapy in Pediatric oncology. //Pediatric Oncology, 2009, #3-4, pp. 73-76.
  16. Turobova T., Matela I., Sabo O. Characteristics of cancer patients registered at private hospital in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. // ESMO Asia 2015 Congress materials.

http://oncologypro.esmo.org/Meeting-Resources/ESMO-Asia-2015-Congress/Characteristics-of-cancer-patients-registered-at-private-hospital-in-Phnom-Penh-Cambodia

  1. Turobova T. Prevention and therapy of complications of malignant tumors. //The 8th Medico-Surgical and 3d Nursing Care Conference materials. July 14-15, 2016. Preah Kossamak hospital, Phnom Penh, Cambodia, P.42.

–    Scientific articles (co-author)

  1. Myatlev A., Rogdestvensky D., Turobova T., Turabov I. etc. Preliminary results of the program therapy of children with acute lymphoblastic leukemia. //Materials of the scientific-practical conference with international participation “Optimization of diagnosis and therapy of oncology diseases”. Arkhangelsk, Russia, 2006, pp. 285-288.
  1. Sibileva E., Valkov A., … Turobova T. etc. Autoimmune lymphoproliferative syndrome (case study). //Materials of the scientific – practical conference “Achievements of modern oncohematology in practical medicine”. St.- Petersburg, Russia, 2005, p.64.
  1. Turabova A., Rogdestvensky D., Turobova T. etc. Chromosomal aberrations in acute leukemia in children and their significance for prognosis of the disease. //Pediatrics of Pomorie. Materials of the interregional scientific-practical conference dedicated to the 35th anniversary of the Arkhangelsk Regional Children’s Clinical Hospital. Arkhangelsk, Russia, 2007, pp. 274-279.
  2. Turabov I., Turobova T., Glukhareva N. Non-Hodgkin’s lymphomas in children and adolescents: problems affecting the results of therapy. // Materials of the IV Congress of Pediatric oncologists of Russia with international participation “The present and future of Pediatric oncology. Moscow, Russia, Practical medicine, 2008, pp. 156-157.
  3. Sterlev I., Turobova T. Intestinal invagination in patients with malignant tumors. // The medical bulletin of the North Caucasus. Stabropol, Russia, 2009, # 1 (13), pp. 106 – 107.
  4. Goroshkova M., Rumyantseva U., … Turobova T. etc. Optimization of the therapy with native E. coli- asparaginase in the protocol ALL-MB-2002 in children with acute lymphoblastic leukemia in the standard risk group. //Oncohematology, 2008, #3, pp. 25-33.
  5. Rumyantseva U., Karachunsky A., … Turobova T etc. Prognostic factors at a multicenter study of a therapy of acute lymphoblastic leukemia in children in the protocols “Moscow – Berlin”. // Oncohematology, 2010, #1,, pp. 37-49.
  6. Yanitskaya M., Turabov I., Turobova T. Assessment of Clinical Symptomatology and Diagnostic Features of Intestinal Intussusception associated with Malignant Tumor in Children: results of the Retrospective Non-randomized Controlled study. //Oncopediatrics, 2018, V. 5, #1, pp. 12-21.

–    Articles in public media (Russia, Cambodia):

  1. Turobova T. Age of maturity. 128 years to the Arkhangelsk Medical College. // Your doctor, 2004, # 8 (30).
  2. Turobova T. Breast cancer: Overview. // Health Time, 2017, #51, pp. 48B-49B.
  3. Turobova T. Breast cancer: Diagnosis and Therapy. // Health Time, 2017, #52, pp. 54B-55B.
  4. Turobova T. Breast cancer: Screening. // Health Time, 2017, #53, pp. 58B-59B.
  5. Turobova T. Breast cancer: Prevention. // Health Time, 2017, #54, pp. 58B-59B.
  6. Turobova T. Liver cancer: Overview. // Health Time, 2017, #55, pp. 60-61.
  7. Turobova T. Case study: Why do you need to follow up after the cancer treatment? //Health Time, 2017, #56, pp. 60-61.
  8. Turobova T. Liver cancer: Stages and symptoms. // Health Time, 2017, #56, pp. 62-63.
  9. Turobova T. Case study: How do you know that you have cancer? // Health Time, 2017, #57, pp. 54-55.
  10. Turobova T. Liver cancer: Diagnosis. // Health Time, 2017, #57, pp. 56-59.
  11. Turobova T. Liver cancer: Treatment. // Health Time, 2017, #58, pp. 52-53.
  12. Turobova T. Case study: Appetite loss during cancer treatment. // Health Time, 2017, #59, pp. 50-51
  13. Turobova T. Liver cancer: Prevention. // Health Time, 2017, #59, pp. 52-53
  14. Turobova T. Colorectal cancer: Overview. // Health Time, 2017, #60, pp. 60-61
  15. Turobova T. Colorectal cancer: Symptoms and diagnosis. // Health Time, 2017, #61, pp. 50-51
  16. Turobova T. Breast-self examination with Aware-Pad. // Health Time, 2017, #61, pp. 26-27
  17. Turobova T. Experience of using Meglumine sodium succinate (solution for infusion 1.5%) in therapy of cancer patients. // Health Time, 2017, #61, pp. 60-63
  18. Turobova T. Colorectal cancer: Therapy. // Health Time, 2017, #62, pp. 11-12.
  19. Turobova T. Colorectal cancer: Life with colorectal cancer.// Health Time, 2018, #63, pp. 58-59.
  20. Turobova T. Colorectal cancer: Screening and Prevention.// Health Time, 2018, #64, pp. 50-51.
  21. Turobova T. Ovarian cancer: Overview. Symptoms.// Health Time, 2018, #65, pp. 52-53.
  22. Turobova T. Ovarian cancer: Diagnosis.// Health Time, 2018, #66, pp. 54-55.
  23. Turobova T. Case Study: Is cancer a catching disease? Which parts of bodt cancer can affect?// Health Time, 2018, #65, pp. 52-53

–    Leaflets and posters (Cambodia):

  1. Leaflets, poster: Breast self-examination, 2013 and 2016
  2. Leaflets, poster: Oncology check-up, 2014
  3. Leaflet, poster: Understanding blood transfusion, 2014
  4. Leaflet, poster: Liver cancer (diagnosis, therapy, prevention), 2014