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February 18, 2020

Scientific symposium "Innovative technologies and multidisciplinary aspects in the work of modern medical doctor"

Scientific symposium "Innovative technologies and multidisciplinary aspects in the work of modern medical doctor"

On 14th of February, 2020 at the V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University the inter-faculty scientific symposium with international participation "INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES AND MULTIDISCIPLINARY ASPECTS IN THE WORK OF MODERN MEDICAL DOCTOR" was held. The event was organized by the School of Medicine, Department of Pediatrics # 2, School of Sociology, Department of Sociology, and Eastern Ukrainian Academy of Pediatrics.

The symposium was opened by Professor V. Belozorov, Dean of the School of Medicine of V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University, and Andrei Penkov, President of the Eastern Ukrainian Academy of Pediatrics. They sincerely congratulated all present and invited to join the event.

There were leading scientists among the speakers who represented various fields: Doctor of Sociology, Academician of the Academy of Sciences of the Higher School of Ukraine, Vice-President of the Sociological Association of Ukraine, Head of the Department of Sociology, Karazin KNU Professor Liudmyla Sokuryanska; Doctor of Medical Sciences, Honorary Scientist and Technician of Ukraine, Head of Department of Perinatology, Obstetrics and Gynecology of Kharkiv Medical Academy of Postgraduate Education Professor Olga Gryshchenko; Candidate of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Associate Professor of the Department of Social Pharmacy of KhNFaU and Vice-Rector for Scientific Work of KhNFaU Inna Kubareva; Doctor of Medical Sciences, Head of the Department of Pediatrics # 2 of Karazin KNU, Natalia Shevchenko.

Famous pediatrician, clinical pharmacologist, dean of the Faculty of Pharmacy at the Israeli Ariel University, Professor Gideon Koren, who presented two practically oriented lectures, was the honored guest. In total, 129 clinicians, about 30 faculty members and 52 future physicians were involved in the symposium.

The program of the symposium proved to be rich and interesting. The organizers succeeded in establishing a productive interdisciplinary dialogue and uniting the efforts of pediatricians, clinical pharmacists, gynecologists and general practitioners around the problem of improving the quality of health care to the pediatric population in Ukraine.


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