More than 1,800 participants and 90 speakers took part in the All-Russian scientific and practical conference with international participation "Pharmacotherapy and Dietetics in Pediatrics" at SibMed
On October 1 and 2, the all-Russian scientific and practical conference with international participation "Pharmacotherapy and Dietetics in Pediatrics" was held in Tomsk with the support of WHO European Office for the Prevention and Control of Noncommunicable Diseases (NCDs). Siberian State Medical University and the Union of Pediatricians of Russia organized the event.
On October 1, before the opening of the conference, Academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences, chief freelance pediatric specialist in preventive medicine of the Ministry of Health of Russia and President of the Union of Pediatricians of Russia Leyla Namazova-Baranova met SibMed Rector Evgeny Kulikov and visited the University Children's Clinic. The University Children's Clinic was opened on October 1 130 years ago. Today it is a scientific and pedagogical center for postgraduate training and advanced training of doctors working in practical healthcare in Western Siberia. Moreover, the Children's Clinic continues the traditions of the oldest scientific Siberian school of pediatricians, which undoubtedly influenced the formation and development of pediatrics in Siberia.
The conference "Pharmacotherapy and Dietetics in Pediatrics" brought together 288 offline and over 1,578 online delegates from most regions of the Russian Federation and foreign countries – Belarus, Bulgaria, Moldova, Mongolia, the Czech Republic, as well as more than 90 speakers from Russia , Australia and the Netherlands. The conference was attended by representatives of leading educational, scientific and medical organizations, leading Russian experts in the field of pediatrics and related specialties, employees of WHO European Office for the Prevention and Control of NCDs.
The conference participants discussed relevant topics of pediatrics: school medicine, rational pharmacotherapy and pediatric dietetics, legal aspects of drug provision and the principles of preventive pediatrics.