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1st International Congress “Reproductive Health: a Multidisciplinary Approach in the Continuous Professional Development of Doctors”

11.05.2017

On April 27–28, 2017, the 1st International Congress “Reproductive Health: a Multidisciplinary Approach in the Continuous Professional Development of Doctors” was held in Kiev. The event was organized by the All-Ukrainian Association of Continuous Professional Education of Physicians and Pharmacists, as well as the P.L. Shupyk National Medical Academy of Postgraduate Education and the Association of Perinatologists of Ukraine. “Kusum” group of companies was the gold sponsor of the congress.

 

600 specialists took part in the congress – obstetrician-gynecologists, endocrinologists, gynecologists-oncologists, US doctors, neonatologists. The plenary and sectional meetings with reports were provided by world famous speakers from Ukraine, Sweden, Lithuania, the Czech Republic, Poland, Belarus and Italy.

 

Angela Grebenyuk, Product Manager of “Kusum” group of companies, “The past event is the first such high-level congress in the history of Ukraine. All present doctors noted the excellent level of speakers and the relevance of presentations. The sharpness of the material presented once again was confirmed by the lively discussions that often went beyond the session halls. On the way to improving the quality and life expectancy of patients, our company hereafter plans to assist in organizing and conducting specialized medical congresses".

 

After conducting lectures and master classes, participants were able to have a good time and communicate in an informal atmosphere during a festive dinner.

 

All participants of the congress received certificates from the Caroline Institute (Sweden) and P.L. Shupyk NMAPE.