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The Department of Anesthesiology and Intensive Care always seeks to introduce new forms of learning into the educational process using various information platforms for this purpose.

The Department of Anesthesiology and Intensive Care always seeks to introduce new forms of learning into the educational process using various information platforms for this purpose.

This time, Head of the Department, Professor Loskutov O.A., participated in the multidisciplinary seminar - telecast "Thrombosis and bleeding: evidence-based medicine and multidisciplinary approach", which was held in Kyiv.

The event was performed on the order of the Ministry of Health of Ukraine and with the support of NMAPE named after PL. Shupyk, within the membership of the MedExpert Group in the “Good Continuing Medical Education Group” (gCMEp) and accreditation of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME), USA.

Seminar - telecast simultaneously covered Kiev - Dnipro - Zaporozhye, the total number of participants reached about 200 people.

In the non-profit part of the seminar, Professor Loskutov O.A. was reading the lecture on the topic "Traumatic bleeding. A Review of European Guidelines ", where he presented modern approaches to intensive care that are recommended by leading experts in Europe in such terrible complications of injury as bleeding.

The specific and distinctive feature of this event is that the presented lectures were certified by a commission of foreign experts, which allowed the participants of the seminar to receive a certain number of credit points.

It is especially worth noting that for the first time in Ukraine the participants of the seminar were given the International Certificate on 2 credit units and the Certificate on 2 points on the National scale.

Presented lectures caused a considerable interest among the participants, as it has been seen from a large number of questions and discussion.

According to the attendants, such events should become regular, what will undoubtedly ensure the professional growth of our doctors and will be a degree in the integration of the native educational process into the European education system.