On March 12, the Children's Rehabilitation Clinic of Almazov Centre held a conference High Technologies in Gynecology of Childhood and Early Reproductive Period.
The goal of the conference was to provide a networking platform for adolescent gynecologists and specialists in related specialties and promote the exchange of ideas and experience in order to provide more effective and timely medical care to children of the Russian Federation.
The event was devoted to the analysis of the current national and world trends in pediatric and adolescent gynecology and breast care.
The participants of the event discussed a staged approach to specialized and high-tech care for girls with gynecological diseases, quality evaluation of medical care in obstetrics and gynecology, new preventive areas, and much more.
The conference featured an interactive workshop on pediatric gynecology where specialists, together with a psychologist, took part in the “doctor-patient” role-playing game. The goal of the game was to help doctors working with children and adolescents improve communication skills in order to get the clearest picture of patient history.
Director of the Institute of Perinatology and Pediatrics Tatyana Pervunina highlighted that this year marks the 40th anniversary of Almazov Centre, the 10th anniversary of its pediatric service and the 3rd anniversary of the Children's Rehabilitation Clinic and the Department of Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology.
Deputy Chief for Clinical Care and Pediatric Endocrinologist Elena Gurkina presented the development stages of pediatric and adolescent gynecology.
Eduard Komlichenko, Deputy Chief for Research and Clinical Work of Perinatology and Pediatrics Institute, Ob/Gyn gave a presentation on high-tech methods for surgical treatment used in pediatric and adolescent gynecology as well as on the prospects for their development at Almazov Centre.
Thanks to this conference, children living far from St. Petersburg will be able to receive high-tech medical care. Informing doctors from other regions of Russia is a very important mission of Almazov Centre.
The conference brought together 54 doctors from the Leningrad Region, Veliky Novgorod, Petrozavodsk, Cherkessk, Izhevsk and Yakutsk, as well as 20 students of medical universities and 30 specialists of Almazov Centre. Growing interest within the professional community not only emphasizes the high relevance of the issues of pediatric and adolescent gynecology, but also contributes to the coordinated work of doctors and the development of scientific and clinical potential.