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Video: The III Russian-British Summer School On Innovative Surgery Will Be Held In Moscow
The III Russian-British Summer School on Innovative Surgery will be held in Moscow
On August 18–31, 2019, the III Russian-British Summer School in Innovative Surgery will be held at Sechenov University. Students of the School will have a rich clinical, educational and scientific program that combines the best world practices. Three courses will be available: Urology and Colorectal Surgery, Cardiac Surgery and Neurosurgery.
We invite you to the opening of a unique Russian-British summer school on innovative surgery
On August 18–31, 2019, Sechenov University will host the III Russian-British Summer School in Innovative Surgery (UK-Russia Summer School in Innovative Surgery), the grand opening of which will take place on August 19 at 09:30 at the Urology Clinic. R.M. Frostein. The opening ceremony will be attended by senior diplomatic staff of the British Embassy in Russia and representatives of the leadership of Sechenov University.
The Russian-British Summer School will be held under the auspices of the Russian-British Association of Young Physicians, one of the initiators of which in 2018 was the rector of Sechenov University, Pyotr Glybochko. The school is a large-scale educational project, an example of effective educational and scientific exchange between Sechenov University and leading medical schools in Great Britain, implemented within the framework of the 5-100 Program.
This year, more than 80 applications were submitted for participation in the School for 18 places. Participants include medical students from the universities of Cambridge and Oxford, as well as the universities of Newcastle, Nottingham and King's College London, key partners within the Association. Sechenov University students take part in the School as organizers who were able to gain the necessary experience from the results of the two previous Schools.
For two weeks, students will have a rich clinical, educational and scientific program of the School, which will combine the best world practices. Participants will have access to three courses: "Urology and Colorectal Surgery", "Cardiac Surgery" and "Neurosurgery", each of which provides lectures and workshops on the basis of university clinical hospitals. An interactive workshop on patient communication skills is also planned.
As part of the practical part of the School, classes on microneurosurgery using modern optical equipment will be held from 26 to 28 August from 14:00 to 18:00 on the basis of the Department of Operative Surgery and Topographic Anatomy of the Sechenov University (Rossolimo St., 15/13).
On August 29, from 9:00 to 18:00, at the PraxiMedica Medical Practice Training Center (B. Pirogovskaya St., 2-7), the participants, under the guidance of their clinical mentors, will independently conduct laparoscopic and abdominal operations on model animals. Students from the UK will demonstrate their skills and perform kidney removal, bowel resection, and abdominal aortic replacement.
The closing ceremony of the School will take place on August 30 at 12:00 in the auditorium. Yu.A. Pytelya Clinic of Urology. R.M. Frostein. The event will be attended by senior representatives from partner universities from the UK: Professor Steve Jones, Dean of the University of Newcastle School of Medicine, Professor Nigel Mongan, Associate Dean for International Affairs of the University of Nottingham, and Dr. Simon Hughes, Clinical Dean and Director of Oncology Education Programs at King's College London.
We invite you to take part in the work of the Russian-British Summer School on Innovative Surgery, in the opening and closing ceremonies
You will be able to ask your questions to speakers and program participants, as well as attend practical classes
The opening and closing ceremonies of the School will take place at the Sechenov University Urology Clinic at the address: st. B. Pirogovskaya, 2-2 August 19, 2019 at 09:20 (opening) and August 30, 2019 at 12:00 (closing).
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