On November 26, OSMU hosted the Educational Seminar «Comorbidity in Clinical Practice», organized together with the Ministry of Public Health of the Omsk Region and the Russian Scientific Medical Society of Internal Medicine (RSMSIM). The presidium included Professors from the leading Russian Medical Universities and representatives of the Ministry of Public Health of the Omsk Region.
Prof. Anatoliy I. MARTYNOV, MD, PhD, Department of Internal Medicine (Advanced Course) №1, A.I. Yevdokimov Moscow State University of Medicine and Dentistry, RSMSIM President, Academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences, has noted that each comorbid patient represents a complex case full of challenging diagnostic and management tasks. He said that this Seminar focuses on the latest achievements of modern science that serve for practical healthcare, the unexpected course of the diseases in COVID-19 patients, and management of the post-COVID conditions considering the acquired experience.
In the welcoming speech, Prof. Maria A. LIVZAN, MD, PhD, OSMU Rector, Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences, focused on a wide range of tasks that a GP faces when dealing with comorbid patients.
At the end of the solemn ceremony, 15 Omsk doctors were awarded Certificates of Honor and Letters of Gratitude from RSMSIM for their noble work for the benefit of Regional healthcare. Among OSMU staff, Inna A. VIKTOROVA, MD, PhD, Head of the Department of Internal Medicine (Out-Patient Setting), General Practitioner, Cardiologist, deserved a high award.
The seminar continued in both online and offline formats in the following sections: «Comorbid patient at the out-patient clinic. The view of neurologist and rheumatologist», «Multidisciplinary view on internal diseases», «Treatment and prevention of COVID-19 and other respiratory infections», «Selected topics of internal medicine», «Pain management at the out-patient setting».
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