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HISTORY OF THE DEPARTMENT

 

The Department of Physical Education was created in the post-war years. From 1944 to 1946, there was a course of physical education at the department of military training, in 1947 an independent department of physical education was created, which was headed by M.P. Syracuse.

 

From 1950 to 1972, the department was headed by P.G. Dmytrenko (photo 1). The creation of the team of the department and the sports base of the institute is connected with the name of Pavel Hryhorovych. At that time, teachers of the department, together with students, took part in the construction of an athletics stadium, 2 volleyball and 2 basketball courts. A 50-meter shooting range, the only one in the city in those years, was equipped in the basement of the morphological building of the institute.

 

Photo 1. From 1950 to 1972, the head of the department P.G. Dmytrenko.

 

From 1972 to 1977, the department was headed by a graduate of Vinnytsia Medical Institute, honorary master of sports O.N. Ivanov (photo 2).

 

Photo 2. From 1972 to 1977 and from 1983 to 2011, the head of the department O.N. Ivanov.

 

In 1977, the department was headed by a graduate of Vinnytsia Medical Institute, master of sports in weightlifting A.I. Shramko (photo 3).

 

Photo 3. From 1977 to 1983, the head of the department A.I. Shramko

 

From 1983 to 2011, the department was again headed by candidate of medical sciences, associate professor O.N. Ivanov.

 

On February 2, 2011, the department was headed by Professor, Doctor of Biological Sciences L.A. Sarafyniuk, who is fruitfully working as the head of the department of physical education and exercise therapy to this day (photo 4).

 

 

Photo 4. Since 2011, the head of the department is Professor L.A. Sarafyniuk

 

Since 1951, the Department of Physical Education began to cooperate with the course of Physical Therapy and Sports Medicine (PE and SM). The course was led by associate professor B.G. Bazhanov. From 1961 to 1965, the course was headed by associate professor G.I. Romanov. From 1966 to 1980, the course was supervised by associate professor L.V. Malysheva. During the period of her management, educational and methodical, therapeutic and preventive and educational work was carried out with students of the 5th and 6th years. From 1980 to 2000, associate professor O.K. was in charge of the physical therapy and physical therapy course. Ostafychuk. He was a member of the attestation commission of the regional health care department and a consultant on physical therapy and physical therapy at the OLFD. From 2000 to 2010, associate professor V.V. was in charge of this course. Kachan (photo 5).

 

Photo 5. Physical therapy and physical education course instructors (from left to right): associate professor O.N. Ivanov, associate professor O.K. Ostafychuk, associate professor V.V. Kachan

 

 

On the guard of health, involvement in a healthy lifestyle, development of achievements, sportsmanship has always been and stands today as a professionally powerful team of the department of physical education and exercise therapy.

 

A great contribution to the development of the sports base of the department and the creation of conditions for the training of athletes was made by Y.S. Saginur, who from 1962 to 1969 was the director of the stadium, and from 1969 to 1993 was the head of the sports corps. Ya.S. Saginur was one of the founders of the construction of a sports and health camp on the shores of the Black Sea in Odesa region. This camp was put into operation in 1967.

 

In 1983, the teachers of the department together with students led by associate professor O.N. Ivanov took an active part in the construction of a sports and health center in the Vinnytsia region on the shore of the Ladyzhinsky reservoir. It should be noted that a significant contribution to the development of the sports base was made by the senior teacher of the department Yu.D. Poberezhets and assistant H.M. Kudrin. Yu.D. Poberezhets (photo 6) was appointed the director of this institution every year, organized current repairs and recreation of university employees and students. It should be noted that Yuriy Danylovych served as head teacher of the department for almost 30 years. He was a laureate of artistic amateur performance of the university. He passed away in 2009.

 

 

Photo 6. Senior teacher of the department Yu.D. Porezhets

 

 

Senior teacher V.T. For 35 years, during the summer period, Zhukovsky performed the duties of the director of a sports and health camp in the village of Primorske, Odesa region. Every year in the spring, together with the students, he carried out repair work and prepared a camp for sports and recreational activities.

 

The teachers of the department successfully performed not only educational and methodological work, but also coaching work.

 

In 1973, the women's national basketball team of the institute took first place in the final of the Spartakiad of the USSR among medical universities. This team was coached by Mogilevyts V.G., who worked at the department since the 1950s as a senior teacher, was the head of the sports club, and also led the chess section. He passed away in 2015 (photo 7).

 

 

Photo 7. The basketball champion of the Spartakiad of medical universities of the USSR together with his coach, senior teacher V.G. Mogilev (1973).

 

 In 1973 and 1975, the men's basketball team of the institute became the champion of the Spartakiad of medical universities of the USSR (photo 8).

 

 

Photo 8. Three-time champion of the Spartakiad of medical universities of the USSR, the basketball team of the institute (1973-1975).

 

The team was coached by a graduate of our institute, candidate for master of sports, head of the institute's research center, professor B.Y. Kogan (photo 9).

 

Photo 9. The coach of the national basketball team, prof. B.Y. Kogan.

 

 

 

B.Y. Kogan graduated from the Faculty of Physical Education of the Vinnytsia Pedagogical Institute, and then graduated from the Vinnytsia Medical Institute. For a long time, he worked as an assistant at the department of normal anatomy and coached the institute's national basketball team, which under his leadership became a three-time champion of the Spartakiad of medical universities of the USSR. He defended his candidate's thesis, created and headed the Problem Laboratory, defended his doctoral thesis, became a professor. He trained more than 20 candidates of sciences, several doctors of medical sciences.

 

Basketball tournaments were held every year in honor of Boris Yosypovich Kogan, and since August 26, 2015, the All-Ukrainian basketball competition among men's teams has been held annually in the sports complex of the Department of Physical Education and Physical Education (photo 10).

 

Photo 10. Winners of the 3rd All-Ukrainian basketball tournament among men's teams in memory of Boris Kogan.

 

The women's volleyball team of the institute, which was led by senior teacher N.K. Artyukh, assistant professor O. Dolgopolov, associate professor O.N. Ivanov.

 

Under the leadership of senior teacher Zhukovsky V.T. the track and field team achieved high results in the Spartakiads of medical universities of Ukraine and the USSR (photo 11).

 

 

Photo 11. The institute's track and field team is the second prize-winner of the Spartakiad of medical universities of the USSR (1983).

 

 

 

During the entire time of work at the department, fruitful coaching work was carried out by V.T. Zhukovsky, he trained the national team of the Vinnytsia region in the 4 × 400 m relay race, which in 2008 became the record holders of the region (3.08,15), among which were 2 students of our university: Viktor Goncharuk and Bryginda Volodymyr, who were multiple prize-winners of the championships of Ukraine.

 

Sports and mass work at the university was carried out by the sports club headed by the senior teacher of the department G.V. Filipov, by the way, he headed the sports club since 1987. He was a coach in shooting and was in charge of the shooting range, for a long time he coached the women's football section. He was the director of the "Sosnovy Bir" sports and health center. Working until the last day, he died prematurely in June 2015.

 

Constant care for the development of physical culture and sports in our higher educational institution was carried out by the rectorate, trade union organization, deans of faculties and rectors personally.

 

Every year, the department holds three Spartakiads at the university, including the first-year Spartakiad in 4 sports; Spartakiad among the residents of the dormitories in 4 sports and University Spartakiad among courses and faculties in 5 sports. Autumn and spring athletics cross are held every academic year.

 

The results of sports and mass work at the university for the year are summarized at the sports and art New Year's Eve, in which all teachers and leading student-athletes take part (photo 12).

 

 

Photo 12. The staff of the department at the sports and art New Year's Eve.

 

Successful athletes in the past were teachers of our university, among them professors V.A. Kyrylenko, M.S. Pushkar, B.M. Pukhlyk, Yu.M. Furman, T.A. Kadashchuk, V.S. Shkolnikov, associate professors V.S. Kompanets, H.M. Smolyakova, O.K. Ostafychuk, V.V. Kachan, V.O. Yermoliev, S.A. Ivanova, I.N. Oshovskyi, M.A. Bereznyak, H. Legin, assistant of N.U. Tymchuk and others.

 

In recent years, the department has been replenished with outstanding athletes who worked and are still working as teachers of physical education: S.P. Lysyuk, A.V. Sokolovskyi MSUMK, O.I. MSUMK Romanenko, N.O. Sorokina MSU, associate professor, B.Sc., MSU Yakusheva Yu.I., MSU Kulibaba S.O.

 

Lysyuk Serhiy Pavlovich - record holder of Vinnytsia region in javelin throw (70 m 38 cm), senior teacher, coach of the athletics team (throwing group) of VNMU named after M.I. Pirogov since 1986 (photo 13). He trained the multiple champion of medical universities of the USSR Vlasyuk Gennadiy Anatoliyovych in the shot put (1988–1991).

 

Photo 13. Lysyuk S.P.

 

 

 

Associate Professor, Candidate of Sciences, MSU Yakusheva Yu.I is currently an active athlete and head coach of the Super League of Ukraine volleyball team "Bilozgar - Meduniversitet" (photo 15). Under the leadership of Yakusheva Yu.I. women's national team of VNMU named after E. Pirogov became multiple winners of city and regional competitions among students of universities III-IV of the Republic of Armenia, and on April 22, 2016, the women's team "Bilozgar - Medical University" became the silver medalist of the Super League of the Ukrainian Volleyball Championship (photo 16). Yu.I. Yakusheva trained five masters of sports of Ukraine. Since 2018, she has been the head coach of the youth national team of Ukraine (girls U–16), which became a silver medalist at the EEVZA – 2018 championship (Zaporizhia, November 21–25, 2018).

 

 

Photo 14. Yakusheva Yu.I.

 

 

Photo 15. "Bilozhar - Medical University" team.

 

 

 

Nataliya Oleksiivna Sorokina - master of sports of Ukraine in athletics, teacher, champion of the USSR in athletics (long jump, 1991), finalist of the World Universiade (2003); European and world champion among veterans (2010–2015), record holder of the Vinnytsia region in the 100 m run (11.6 s), member of the national team of Ukraine among veterans, coach of the athletics team (sprint run) of VNMU named after E. Pirogov since 2010 (photo 17).

Photo 16. Sorokina N.O.

 

 

 

Oleksandr Ivanovych Romanenko is a master of sports of Ukraine of the international class in athletics (sports walking). From 2009 to 2014, he was a member of the national track and field team of Ukraine. Multiple champion and prize-winner of the championships of Ukraine and Europe, multiple participant of the World and European Cups, record holder of the Vinnytsia region in sports walking for 50 km (3:58:31). Since 2014, a teacher of the Department of Physical Education and Physical Education of VNMU named after E. Pirogov, head teacher, senior teacher, athletics and women's football coach (photo 18).

 

Photo 17. Romanenko O.I.

 

 

 

Kulibaba Serhii Oleksandrovych - master of sports of Ukraine (Greco-Roman wrestling), senior teacher, trainer in Greco-Roman wrestling, trained prize-winners and champions of the region and Ukraine in Greco-Roman and freestyle wrestling, trained 2 students of VNMU who received the title of Master of Sports from Greco-Roman and freestyle wrestling.

 

Photo 18. Kulibaba S. O.

 

 

 

For 10 years in a row, the collective team of VNMU teachers has won 1st-3rd place out of 6 sports that are held among the teachers of higher educational institutions of the Vinnytsia region (photo 20).

 

 

Photo 19. The collective team of volleyball teachers (2015).

 

 

 

At the department, under the leadership of teachers-coaches, there are sports sections in the following types of sports:

 

- Badminton

- Basketball

- Volleyball

- Table tennis

- Chess

- Athletics

- Greco-Roman wrestling

- Swimming

- Football

- Boxing

 

Students who work in sections and are part of the university's national team in various sports annually take part in competitions at the regional and all-Ukrainian level.

 

Over the past 10 years, according to the results of the Universiade among students of higher education institutions of the Vinnytsia region, VNMU named after E. Pirogov takes prize places.

 

Since 2011, the scientific and student group "Physical education, sports medicine and physical rehabilitation" has been working at the department. Every year, the best students take part in the International Scientific Conference of Students and Young Scientists "The First Step in Science".

 

The material and technical base of the department is constantly being improved. In 1969, a new sports building with three halls was built, where many sports competitions of various levels are constantly held. New classrooms were created and equipped.

 

The sports and educational building is one of the most complex objects of the university. Its powerful sports base fully corresponds to the main task of this unit: conducting planned classes in physical education of the 1st and 2nd courses, improving the sports skills of students, conducting educational and training classes with students of the 1st to 6th courses and interns, mass sports and wellness events.

 

The sports base has:

-  Hall for game sports.

-  Gymnasium.

-  Hall of martial arts and simulators.

- stadium.

 

Since 2012, the major renovation of the sports training building was started.

 

Also new to the university, which was built in 2020, is a multi-purpose sports complex designed to host physical education classes and practice volleyball, basketball, tennis and track and field. There is a playground designed for physical education classes and mini-football training. They have a special cover made of artificial grass, fenced with a net. A gymnastic complex was installed, including nine vertical support poles, a handrail, four crossbars, a pair of gymnastic rings and sports bars. There are also 8 outdoor simulators for exercising in the fresh air: a rowing simulator; Orbitrek; hyperextension; for leg press; for chest press, upper pull; for the press with emphasis on the hands; for the abdominal press; butterfly. The sports complex is made of a special bulk rubber coating, which is easy to move on and has optimal functional characteristics, in particular, high strength and wear resistance, an anti-slip surface, which reduces the risk of injury during physical education classes.

Staff

Sarafyniuk Larisa Anatolyivna


Head of Department, doctor of biological sciences, professor

Head of the Department of Physical Education and Therapeutic Physical Culture of National Pirogov Memorial Medical University (Vinnytsya), doctor of biological sciences, professor.
She was born on September 17, 1966 in Vinnytsia, graduated in 1988 from the Faculty of Natural Sciences and Geography of the Vinnytsia State Pedagogical Institute named after M. Ostrovsky with honors. From 1996 to 1999, she studied at a targeted post-graduate course with a break from production at the research center of VNMU. In 1999, she defended her thesis for the degree of PhD of biological sciences, majoring in normal anatomy, on the topic 'Somato-visciometric characteristics of female acrobats and girls who do not do sports.'
In December 2002, she received the academic title of associate professor of the Department of Anatomy and Physiology. In May 2004, she was awarded the academic title of senior researcher in the specialty of normal anatomy.
Since 2000, she worked as an associate professor of the Department of Medical and Biological Basics of Physical Education and Physical Rehabilitation at Vinnytsia Mykhailo Kotsiubynskyi State Pedagogical University and part-time senior researcher of the scientific research center of VNMU. For the first time in Ukraine Sarafyniuk L.A. developed a training program for sports morphology and published educational and methodological manuals for this educational discipline. L.A. Sarafyniuk was the responsible executor of scientific subjects of the VNMU 'Development of normative health criteria of different age and gender groups of the population based on the study of anthropogenetic and physiological characteristics of the body in order to determine markers of multifactorial diseases (adolescence)', and 'Development of normative health criteria of different age and gender population groups (youth age, cardiovascular system)'.
In 2010, she defended her thesis for the degree of Doctor of Biological Sciences in two specialties: normal anatomy and physiology of humans and animals on the topic: 'Age and gender patterns of changes in hemodynamics depending on the constitutional characteristics of the body.'
Since February 2011, L.A. Sarafyniuk is the head of the department of physical education and therapeutic physical culture. Educational and methodological work was carried out in the 4th year of the medical faculty and in the 3rd year of the stomatological faculty, including the lecture course. By decision of the Academic Council dated October 25, 2012, he was awarded the scientific title of professor. In the course of her scientific activity, Larisa Anatoliivna Sarafyniuk trained 5 PhD of medical and biological sciences, provided advisory assistance during the execution of more than a dozen dissertation works. 196 scientific and educational-methodical works were published, including 11 educational-methodical manuals and 109 articles in specialized publications (of which 8 in periodicals included in the scientometric databases Scopus, or Web of Science), and 8 declaratory patents for useful model of Ukraine.
Areas of scientific interest: integrative anthropology and sports morphology, sports medicine, morpho-functional features of the cardiovascular system, constitutional features of the human body in different periods of ontogenesis.
Larisa Anatoliivna is a member of the specialized academic council of Vinnytsia National Medical University named after M.I. Pirogova, a member of the editorial boards of the journals 'Bulletin of Vinnytsia National Medical University', 'Bulletin of Morphology', 'Biomedical and Biosocial Anthropology', 'Bulletin of Problems of Biology and Medicine'.
Prof. L.A. Sarafyniuk was the head of the accreditation commission for licensing of the I. Horbachevsky Ternopil National Medical University .
Prof. L.A. Sarafyniuk the head of the project group and is currently the guarantor of the third-level educational and scientific program for obtaining the degree of Doctor of Philosophy (field of knowledge 09 biology) of VNMU.
For her high professionalism and significant personal contribution to the development of medical education, she was awarded the Thanks of the Ministry of Health of Ukraine, and for her personal contribution to the development of physical culture and sports in Vinnytsia region, she was awarded diplomas of the City State Administration of Vinnytsia region.

Romanenko Oleksandr Ivanovich


head teacher, senior lecturer, master of sports of international class

Oleksandr Ivanovych Romanenko, teacher.
He was born on June 26, 1981, in Korosten, Zhytomyr Region. In 1998, he graduated from Korosten Secondary School №12. In 1998, he entered Vinnytsia State Pedagogical University at the Faculty of Physical Education, which he graduated in 2003 with honors. From 2009 to 2014, he was a member of the national track and field team of Ukraine.
Multiple champion and prize-winner of the championships of Ukraine and Europe. Repeated participant of the World and European Cups. Vinnytsia region record holder in sports walking for 50 km.
Since 2014, a teacher of the Department of Physical Education and Physical Education of National Pirogov Memorial Medical University (Vinnytsya). Athletics and women's football coach.
Training:
(Athletics)
Monday, Wednesday, Friday 17.00-18.30
(women's football)
Monday, Wednesday
18.55-20.25

Kachan Vasyl Vasyliovych


associate professor, Ph.D.

He was born on June 6, 1941, in the city of Vinnytsia in a family of employees. In 1948, he entered Vinnytsia secondary school №. 11 and graduated in 1958. In 1959, he entered the first course of the medical faculty of the National Pirogov Memorial Medical University (Vinnytsya), and in 1965, upon graduation, he received the specialty of therapist. From 1965 to 1966, he worked as a doctor at the Tulchynsk Medical Center. From 1966 to 1968, he studied at a clinical residency at the Vinnytsia Medical Institute. From 1968 to 1970, he worked as a doctor at the 'Avangard' physical education center. From 1970 to the present, I work as a teacher at the National Pirogov Memorial Medical University (Vinnytsya). In 1988, he defended his PhD dissertation in the specialty 'normal physiology' at the University of Tartu on the topic: 'Fatigue and training during isometric exercises with the participation of large muscle groups'. In 1992, I received the position of associate professor of the department of physical education and exercise therapy, which I hold until today. I have 27 rationalizing proposals, 90 printed works, an author's certificate for the experiment, an educational and methodological manual.

Lezhnyova Olena Vasylivna


associate professor, Ph.D

Lezhnyova Olena Vasylivna docent, PhD of medical sciences
She was born on January 2, 1978 in Vinnytsia. From 1985 to 1995, she studied at secondary school №. 19. In 1995, she entered the medical faculty of the National Pirogov Memorial Medical University (Vinnytsya), which she graduated in 2001 with a specialty in 'medical affairs'.
From 2001 to 2002, she completed an internship at the Lypovetsia Medical Center, upon completion of which she received the specialty 'pediatrician'. From 2002 to 2005, she worked as a senior laboratory assistant at the department of phthisiology of the VNMU. From 2007 to the present, he has been working as an assistant at the Department of Physical Education and Physical Therapy of VNMU. He has 33 printed works, a patent for a useful model 'Method of modeling normative rheographic parameters of central hemodynamics in volleyball players, wrestlers, track and field athletes, and youth football players.' In 2013, she defended her candidate's thesis on the topic: 'Features of body structure and indicators of central hemodynamics in athletes of various sports' from the specialty 14.03.01 - normal anatomy. Since 2014, associate professor of the department.

Horodetska Oleksandra Oleksandrivna


associate professor, Ph.D.

She was born on January 16, 1986.
Studied at 21 schools in Vinnytsia. In 2003, she entered the Vinnytsia Socio-Economic Institute, majoring in physical rehabilitation.
She graduated with honors and received a bachelor's degree in physical rehabilitation, teacher of physical culture (2007); master of physical rehabilitation, teacher of a higher educational institution (2008).
Since 2008, she worked as an assistant at the Department of Physical Rehabilitation of the Vinnytsia Socio-Economic Institute
In 2009, she entered postgraduate studies at the Vinnytsia Mykhailo Kotsiubynskyi State Pedagogical University. In 2018, she defended her dissertation thesis on the specialty 24.00.02 - 'physical culture, physical education of various population groups' and received a certificate of Doctor of Philosophy, candidate of sciences in physical education and sports.
I have 13 years of teaching experience, including: 5 years as an assistant, 4 years as a teacher, 3 years as an associate professor of the Department of Medicine and Rehabilitation (Vinnytsia Social and Economic Institute).
She attended courses under the following programs: 'Massage and soft tissue techniques of manual therapy'; 'Clinical Vertebrology'; 'Kinesitherapy in rehabilitation programs' and received relevant certificates.
Completed a scientific and pedagogical internship in the specialty 'medical sciences' (Lublin Medical University).
For students of 'Physical rehabilitation' and 'Physical therapy, occupational therapy' courses, she taught the following disciplines: 'Remedial physical culture', 'Medical, general and rehabilitative massage', 'Biomechanics', 'Physiology of motor activity', 'Theory and technologies of physical rehabilitation ', 'Ontokinesiology', 'Basics of a healthy lifestyle', 'Methodology of teaching the basics of health', 'General theory of health and the basics of medical knowledge', 'Basics of rehabilitation', 'Functional diagnostics', 'Methods of diagnosis and control in of physical therapy', 'Medical-biological foundations of recovery in physical rehabilitation and physical education', 'Sports physiology'.
I am responsible for the chess sportsmanship improvement group. Training: Tuesday, Thursday 17.00-18.30

Androschuk Olga Vasylivna


associate professor, Ph.D.

In 1998, she graduated from the medical faculty of the National Pirogov Memorial Medical University (Vinnytsya), majoring in 'Medical business'. Since 1999, she worked as an assistant at the Department of Pathological Physiology of National Pirogov Memorial Medical University (Vinnytsya), since 2013 - senior lecturer of the department. PhD of Medical Sciences since 2016, she defended her dissertation in the specialized academic council of the I. Horbachevsky Ternopil National Medical University of the Ministry of Health of Ukraine'. In 2020, she received the academic title of 'associate professor'.
Until 2021, she taught pathological physiology to domestic and foreign students of medical, dental, and pharmaceutical faculties in Ukrainian and English. Since 2021, associate professor of the Department of Physical Education and Physical Therapy, teaches the subject 'Sports Medicine' at medical faculties №. 1, 2.
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