Friday, 13. May

9:00 GMT+3

First aid in the case of life-threatening accidents - chocking, severe bleeding control, unconscious person, sudden cardiac arrest

In-person

Mentor: Team from First Aid Bulgaria

Life-threatening situations can occur every day and we must be prepared for them. In this workshop you will learn how to give first aid treatment to someone who is bleeding severely, chokes in front of you or needs urgent help due to sudden cardiac arrest. 

Gynaecological Emergencies : Recent Advances in Management

In-person

Mentor: Dr. Nikolov

Gynaecological disorders are a common cause of morbidity among women of reproductive age worldwide. In developing countries, gynaecological emergencies present enormous challenges given the weak health infrastructure in these settings. Whereas reports indicate that approximately 1.4 million gynaecological emergency visits to emergency department are recorded in the USA accounting for 24.3 visits per 1000 women of reproductive age (15 – 44 years), equivalent data for developing countries are not readily available. However acute gynaecological conditions are important causes of morbidity and mortality in these countries and constitute significant public health problems

Surgical Stitching

In-person

Mentor: Miroslav Varbev

Interested in improving your surgical skills? This is the perfect opportunity to gain invaluable hands-on experience in basic surgical techniques and learn how to stitch wounds.

Physiology of Аddiction

In-person

Mentor: Dr. Petar Ivanov

Why do we cling to “unhealthy” behaviours even though we know they are “bad” for us? Are we designed to get hooked up? Are we destined to do so? For those of you who have never dealt with smoking, eating sugar/junk food, drinking, playing video games, spending hours in Instagram, Tic Toc, Facebook, YouTube or Netflix…this one is probably going to be quite boring and weird. But for everybody else – we will dive deep into some of the mechanisms of addiction. And part of them are literally “deep” into the brain – where dopamine determines every single choice we make.

Clinical aromatherapy and its presence in prevention of diseases.

In-person

Mentor: Dr. Aliona Garkova

Clinical aromatherapy and its presence in prevention of diseases.

Alpha Aesthetics Academy Aesthetic Medicine

In-person

Mentor: Dr. Dicheva

How to make aesthetics look authentic? Learn and do in your future practise.

Autopsy

In-person

Mentor: Dr. Braynova

Have you ever seen an autopsy performed?! In this clinical autopsy workshop, you will learn about the process of this thorough examination of a corpse by dissection to determine the cause and manner of death or to evaluate any disease or injury that may be present for research and educational purposes. In the autopsy room, you will participate in the external examination and the conduction of dissection and internal examination. Finally, after the different types of autopsies, you will learn the steps of the reconstruction of the body.

Plaster Casting

In-person

Mentor: Prof. P. Kinov, Dr. Atanas Panev

Learn how to make a plaster casting like a professional orthopedics.

Pink and Purple - The world of Histology

In-person

Mentor: Dr. Nikola Stamenov

Get an introduction to histology – the study of anatomy at a microscopic level. In this workshop you will develop the ability to identify a number of cell types and tissues from their histological appearance and learn how to describe them.

Plastic Surgery

In-person

Mentor: Dr. Uzunov

Plastic surgery is a special type of surgery that can change a person’s appearance and ability to function. Reconstructive procedures correct defects on the face or body.

Scrubs are needed in order to get into the operation room.

Differential diagnosis of chest pain in adults

In-person

Mentor: Dr. Kiril Stanchev and Dr. Ivona Drumeva

Chest pain is not something to ignore. But you should know that it has many possible causes. Learn how to manage every situation on your night shift in emergency room.

The Importance of Art in Medicine

Online

Mentor: Dr. Andrey Ivanov

Anatomy can be hard, right? Well, this workshop will focus on its beauty rather than its complexity. Join us,and start seeing anatomy through a different point a view.

ECG 101

Online

Mentor: Dr. S.Yakov

What is an ECG and when do we need it? Basics for reading and knowing what to do.

Chest Xray: From Anatomy to Pathology

Online

Mentor: Dr. Georgi Milenov

All the essential skills for reading a chest Xray that you will need  in your daily practise. Don’t miss it!

Friday, 13. May

13:00 GMT+3

“Evidence-biased medicine v.s Evidence-based medicine” How to recognized the PSEUDOSCIENCE

In-person

Mentor: Dr. Maria Petrova

This workshop provides practical information related to the importance of applying evidence-based medicine in our practice. Participants will be guided through the basic rules, case studies and algorithms.

Diagnostic Аpproach in Pediatric Pulmonology

In-person

Mentor: Assoc. Prof. Gergana Petrova

Can you tell why a child is coughing? Having trouble breathing? Do you know what the next diagnostic step is? This workshop will walk you through the diagnosis of pulmonary disorders in children so that in the future you will be able to tell the difference between an asthma attack and an aspiration.

Corona virus PCR

In-person

Mentor: Dr. Sirakov

The SARS-CoV-2 pandemic has opened the door to molecular diagnostics for widespread publication. In addition to the polymerase chain reaction (PCR) variants – classical, nested (nPCR), real-time (Real-Time PCR) without and with reverse transcription (RT Real-Time PCR), there are other methods of amplification, such as looping. mediated isothermal amplification (LAMP). This working group will consider the LAMP method and its application for the diagnosis of SARS-CoV-2 and will provide an opportunity to conduct research that includes – RNA results, preparation of the reaction mixture for LAMP, conducting and reporting the reaction.

Different Types of Catheterization

In-person

Mentor: Dr. Simona Stamenova

Challange yourself to learn how to catheterizate a children in a sterile way and different types of catheters.

Alternative ways of Medicine

In-person - Sponsored

Mentor: Shuslerovi soli BG

What are their main functions in the human organism? How can you combine them? Learn about the therapeutic properties of Schuessler Salts and the principles and forms of application and administration.

Surgical Stitching

In-person

Mentor: Dr. Miroslav Varbev

Interested in improving your surgical skills? This is the perfect opportunity to gain invaluable hands-on experience in basic surgical techniques and learn how to stitch wounds

Least but not Last: Preclinical Subjects We Hate but Rarely Appreciate

In-person

Mentor: Dr. Peter Ivanov

Do you remember the feeling when you came into the university with the desire to be a doctor/dentist? Expecting to learn about the body and how it works in health and sickness? But then suddenly – out of nowhere – this huge pile of equations, percentages, diagrams and graphics hits you… And all those strange words and notions from maths make you wonder “Why do I even study this stuff?”. Well, it turns out that our natural way of thinking is really bad for interpreting and making sense of information. That’s where statistics and social medicine actually help us. And believe it or not – a lot!

Neurosurgical Practice

In-person

Mentor: Dr. Petra Vasileva

Now is your chance to open a skull, to see someone’s brain, to perform plastic surgery of the dura mater all by yourself. This workshop will teach you how to open a skull and practice basic neurosurgical techniques.

Osteosyntesis Principles

In-person

Mentor: Prof. P. Kinov, Dr. Radoil Simeonov

Osteosynthesis is one of the most common operative techniques in orthopaedic surgery, both in elective orthopaedics and in traumatology.

Endotracheal Intubation

In-person

Mentor: Dr. Gergana Ivanova

Simply referred to as intubation, this life-saving procedure is usually performed by anesthesiologists as most doctors do not have the appropriate training needed to successfully carry it out. In this workshop you will learn the anatomy involved, the steps you need to follow and what to look out for to avoid trauma to your patient all by practising the techniques on a mannequin.

Neonatal ICU

In-person

Mentor: Dr. Radulova

The birth of a baby is wonderful yet very complex process. Newborn babies who need intensive medical attention are often admitted into a special area of the hospital called the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU). Most babies admitted to the NICU are premature (born before 37 weeks of pregnancy), have low birth weight (less than 5.5 pounds), or have a medical condition that requires special care. Practice the techniques and equipment involved in taking care of sick and premature babies as a neonatologist.

Chest Xray: From Anatomy to Pathology

Online

Mentor: Dr. Georgi Milenov

All the essential skills for reading a chest Xray that you will need  in your daily practise. Don’t miss it!

Surviving sepsis campaign

Online

Mentor: Dr. Nikolov

Surviving Sepsis Campaing 2021, what is new and what are the most important steps.ICU PROTOCOLS for the septic patient. Antibiotics in septic shock and the ICU, multidrugresistant bacteria

First aid in the case of life-threatening accidents - chocking, severe bleeding control, unconscious person, sudden cardiac arrest​

Online

Mentor: First aid Team Bulgaria

Life-threatening situations can occur every day and we must be prepared for them. In this workshop you will learn how to give first aid treatment to someone who is bleeding severely, chokes in front of you or needs urgent help due to sudden cardiac arrest. 

The importance of Art in Medicine

Online

Mentor: Dr. Andrey Ivanov

Anatomy can be hard, right? Well, this workshop will focus on its beauty rather than its complexity. Join us,and start seeing anatomy through a different point a view.

Saturday, 14. May

9:00 GMT+3

New advances in diabetes care and digital health management

In-person

Mentor: Dr. Desimira Mironova

Diabetes represents one of the most common chronic diseases that poses a significant burden to patients. The treatment spectrum for the management of diabetes has rapidly advanced in recent years, with new approvals, expanded indications, and technological innovations helping to shape new approaches to care. This workshop is focused on new treatment approaches for diabetes with the use of different types of peptides as GLP1-RA, insulin and hybrid insulin peptides. Technological innovations also have an important role in diabetes management. These include the advent of new glucose testing devices using interstitial glucose, and new insulin delivery devices as insulin pump. This workshop will provide opportunity for a training with those digital devices.

Diagnostic Аpproach in Pediatric Pulmonology

In-person

Mentor: Assoc. Prof. Gergana Petrova

Can you tell why a child is coughing? Having trouble breathing? Do you know what the next diagnostic step is? This workshop will walk you through the diagnosis of pulmonary disorders in children so that in the future you will be able to tell the difference between an asthma attack and an aspiration.

Trauma life support principles

In-person

Mentor: Dr. Lybomir Angelov

 Providing emergency care for a patient with multiple traumatic injuries is always stressful, no matter what the setting is. This workshop will teach you how to systematically conduct the primary survey of a trauma patient and initiate the appropriate management of various acute lifethreatening conditions in a timely manner, according to the most recent ATLS guidelines.

Endotracheal Intubation

In-person

Mentor: Dr. Gergana Ivanova

Simply referred to as intubation, this life-saving procedure is usually performed by anesthesiologists as most doctors do not have the appropriate training needed to successfully carry it out. In this workshop you will learn the anatomy involved, the steps you need to follow and what to look out for to avoid trauma to your patient all by practising the techniques on a mannequin.

Surgical Stitching

In-person

Mentor: Miroslav Varbev

Interested in improving your surgical skills? This is the perfect opportunity to gain invaluable hands-on experience in basic surgical techniques and learn how to stitch wounds

Physiology of Аddiction

In-person

Mentor: Dr. Petar Ivanov

 Why do we cling to “unhealthy” behaviours even though we know they are “bad” for us? Are we designed to get hooked up? Are we destined to do so? For those of you who have never dealt with smoking, eating sugar/junk food, drinking, playing video games, spending hours in Instagram, Tic Toc, Facebook, YouTube or Netflix…this one is probably going to be quite boring and weird. But for everybody else – we will dive deep into some of the mechanisms of addiction. And part of them are literally “deep” into the brain – where dopamine determines every single choice we make.

Dementia: Social and Medical Challenges

In-person

Mentor: Dr. Diyana Belezhanska

Dementia is more common as people grow older (about one-third of all people age 85 or older may have some form of dementia) but it is not a normal part of aging. Learn how to treat and meet the patient’s needs.

First aid in the case of life-threatening accidents - chocking, severe bleeding control, unconscious person, sudden cardiac arrest

In-person

Mentor: First aid Team Bulgaria

Life-threatening situations can occur every day and we must be prepared for them. In this workshop you will learn how to give first aid treatment to someone who is bleeding severely, chokes in front of you or needs urgent help due to sudden cardiac arrest.

 

Еmergencies in ENT. Tips and tricks for practical clinical management

In-person

Mentor: Dr. Nezi Nizamova

The head and neck contain a multitude of vital structures in proximity. It is therefore vital to identify those pathologies and injuries that may require emergent treatment in order to prevent death or permanent disability. This workshop aims to highlight some head and neck emergencies, providing a framework for their management as well as guidance in making these vital decisions in case of ENT emergencies. The practical exercises are accompanied by short, descriptive lectures on the respective topic. 

3d Planning in Orthopaedics

In-person

Mentor: Prof. Kinov, Dr. A. Panev

The use of 3D printing is rising and has become more prevalent in medical applications over the last decade as surgeons and researchers are increasingly utilizing the technology’s flexibility in manufacturing objects. Specifically in surgical applications, the 3D printing techniques can not only generate models that give a better understanding of the complex anatomy and pathology of the patients and aid in education and surgical training, but can also produce patient-specific surgical guides or even custom implants that are tailor-made to the surgical requirements.

Pink and purple - the wolrd of Histology

In-person

Mentor: Dr. Nikola Stamenov

Get an introduction to histology – the study of anatomy at a microscopic level. In this workshop you will develop the ability to identify a number of cell types and tissues from their histological appearance and learn how to describe them.

Assisted Reproduction: Past, Present, Future

In-person

Mentor: Prof. Timeva, Dr. Velikov

Have you ever wondered about how the magic of reproduction happens? Do you want to see real sex cells under microscope? Do you want to see echography and a simulation of egg retrieval process? If you answered yes to these questions, join this workshop at one of the most modern hospitals.

Note: Scrubs are mandatory.

Shock due to Burns

In-person

Mentor: Dr. Tanya Özen

What to do as an anesthesiologist when you have a patient with shock due to burns? Let’s learn together!

Thoracocentesis

In-person

Mentor: Dr. Nikola Kartulev

Do you want to learn more about how thoracocentesis is done? Do you want to try doing it yourself and master your skills? If you answered yes, then welcome to that highly engaging workshop.

Neonatal ICU

In-person

Mentor: Dr. Hitrova

The birth of a baby is wonderful yet very complex process. Newborn babies who need intensive medical attention are often admitted into a special area of the hospital called the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU). Most babies admitted to the NICU are premature (born before 37 weeks of pregnancy), have low birth weight (less than 5.5 pounds), or have a medical condition that requires special care. Practice the techniques and equipment involved in taking care of sick and premature babies as a neonatologist.

Differential Diagnosis of Coma in Pediatric Patients

Online

Mentor: Dr. Nadzhie Gorelyova

This workshop′s goal is to present primary assessment of a child in a coma as well as investigative approaches to possible causes of the condition. We will discuss a number of clinical cases together and get into the deep waters of pediatric emergencies!

Cholestatic jaundice in infancy - diagnostic and therapeutic approach

Online

Mentor:  Dr. Mila Baycheva

The workshop will focus on the clinical presentation, early detection of cholestasis in infants and treatment options. Clinical cases will be presented and discussed.

Chest Xray: From Anatomy to Pathology

Online

Mentor: Dr Georgi Milenov

All the essential skills for reading a chest Xray that you will need  in your daily practise. Don’t miss it!

Prediction and prevention for Preeclampsia

Online

Mentor:  Dr. Long H. Nguyen

Preeclampsia (PE) is a pregnancy-related hypertensive disorder that affects millions of pregnant women on a global scale. It is the second most common direct cause of maternal mortality (14%) and accounts for approximately 63,000 maternal deaths annually worldwide. The majority of deaths related to PE can be prevented by providing timely and effective identification as well as prophylaxis to women at risk of this disorder. Optimization of prenatal care for high-risk women during pregnancy to prevent PE is a necessary step towards the achievement of future development goals.

Rapid assessment of acutely unwell patient (ABCDE)

Online

Mentor: Dr. Anelia Kuzeva

It is highly important for all doctors to know how to react in emergency situations. The key to fast reactions is rapid assessment. If you want to prepare for these situations you might encounter in your practice, feel free to join this highly interactive workshop.

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