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The training programs are designed taking into account the latest modern achievements of medical science and health practice in the field of pediatric Oncology, Hematology, immunology, radiation therapy, laboratory diagnostics and are as close as possible to the specific conditions of practical medicine.

 

For oncologists, hematologists, transplant doctors, and laboratory diagnostics doctors.

Goal: < /strong> professional improvement of medical specialists in laboratory control of hematopoietic stem cell transplantation (HSCT) and possible treatment complications. Students are invited to systematize and gain new knowledge on laboratory monitoring of the condition of patients and donors at various stages of HSCT, control of the effectiveness of correction of detected laboratory changes and rational use of medicines in transplantation, as well as to improve the skills of differential diagnostic search and interpretation of modern methods of laboratory examination of patients with various post-transplant complications. Program duration-1 week (40 hours) / 2 weeks (80 hours)< / p>

 

For pediatricians, pediatricians-neonatologists, allergists-immunologists, General practitioners, infectious diseases doctors, anesthesiologists-resuscitators, surgeons, laboratory diagnostics doctors, oncologists, hematologists, transplant doctors.

< strong>Goal: < /strong> professional improvement of medical specialists in the basics of hematopoietic stem cell transplantation (HSCT), including new technologies for transplantation and correction of early and late complications of the method. Students are invited to systematize and gain new knowledge on innovative technologies of HSCT, diagnosis and treatment of early and late complications of HSCT, rational use of medicines in transplantation, and monitoring the effectiveness of treatment; improve the skills of differential diagnostic search, interpretation of modern methods of examination and correction in children with various diseases and post-transplant complications. Program duration-4 weeks (160 hours) / 2 weeks (80 hours)

 

For laboratory diagnostics doctors, hematologists, transplant doctors, allergists-immunologists, pediatricians-neonatologists, infectious diseases doctors, General practitioners.

Goal: professional development of specialists in laboratory diagnostics of immunopathological conditions in children, the development of new technologies in immunology and immunopathology. Students are invited to get new knowledge about research methods in immunology, about cellular, humoral, innate and acquired immunity; ways to diagnose immunopathological conditions in children in a laboratory; study of anti-infectious, anti-tumor and transplant immunity, structure and functioning of the child's immune system in normal and pathological conditions; practical methods of treatment of primary and secondary immunodeficiency in children; methods of immunotherapy for hematopoietic stem cell transplantation depending on the nosology of the disease; to master modern high-tech methods of laboratory diagnostics of immunopathological conditions in children. Program duration-4 weeks (160 hours) / 2 weeks (80 hours)

For oncologists, hematologists, transplant doctors, pediatricians, allergists, immunologists, General practitioners, and infectious disease specialists.

Goal: professional improvement of medical specialists in the correction of early and late complications after HSCT. Students are invited to study the issues of diagnosis and treatment of early and late complications after hematopoietic stem cell transplantation and the rational use of medicines in Transplantology; to gain skills in differential diagnostic search for HSCC complications, interpretation of modern methods of examination and correction of detected disorders in patients with various post-transplant complications. Program duration-2 weeks (80 hours)

For radiation oncologists.

Goal: professional improvement of radiation oncologists in the diagnosis and treatment of neoplasms of the bone and joint system and soft tissues in children. Students are encouraged to improve their knowledge of the diagnosis and treatment of the most common neoplasms of bones and soft tissues in children; to master new technologies of radiation diagnostics and radiation therapy. Program duration-2 weeks (80 hours)

For radiation oncologists.

Goal: professional improvement of radiation oncologists in the diagnosis and treatment of malignant neoplasms of the chest, abdomen, and pelvis of children.

Students are encouraged to improve their knowledge of the diagnosis and treatment of lymphomas and other lymphoproliferative diseases, kidney, liver, and peripheral nervous system tumors (neuroblastoma) in children; to master new technologies of radiation diagnostics and radiation therapy. Program duration-2 weeks (80 hours)

For infectious diseases doctors, anesthesiologists, resuscitators, hematologists, oncologists, and transplant doctors.

Goal: improvement of professional competence of medical specialists in ensuring sanitary and hygienic well-being in the hospital of the clinic and reducing the frequency of infectious complications in the treatment of the main disease of patients. The content of the curriculum is relevant for the clinical practice of specialists working in intensive care units. Students are invited to study a system of measures based on epidemiological and immunological diagnostics aimed at preventing the occurrence and spread of infectious diseases in hospital health organizations.

For doctors of laboratory diagnostics.

Goal: development of practical skills to conduct molecular biological research for the diagnosis and monitoring of the quality of remission of hematological diseases. Students will learn in practice the method of polymerase chain reaction (PCR), which provides effective amplification of selected DNA sequences, which allows identifying genetic markers of acute and chronic leukemia.

For laboratory diagnostics doctors.

the Goal of this program is to improve the professional knowledge and competence of laboratory diagnostics doctors on immunophenotypic diagnostics and monitoring of the tumor population in acute leukemia using flow cytometry methods. Students of the courses are given the opportunity to practice the algorithm of immunophenotypic diagnostics, learn to interpret the results of research and form a conclusion.

For doctors of laboratory diagnostics.

Goal: professional improvement of medical specialists in the field of cytogenetic research in the diagnosis of chromosomal aberrations in patients with hematological and oncological diseases. Students are invited to master the classic methods of cytogenetic diagnostics in hemoblastoses: the method of fluorescent hybridization in situ (FISH) and the method of differential g-staining of chromosomes.

Program duration-1 week (40 hours)

For laboratory diagnostics, pediatricians, immunologists, hematologists, and General practitioners.

The content of the curriculum includes a description of new approaches in the field of immunology, which consist in deciphering the etiopathogenesis of congenital angioedema at the molecular and genetic level and are accompanied by recommendations for the treatment of this disease. Program duration-1 week (40 hours)

For ultrasound diagnostics doctors, oculologists, pediatricians, hematologists, rehabilitation doctors, and General practitioners.

Goal: study of innovative ultrasound technologies used for examination in pediatric Oncology, in order to improve the diagnosis of neoangiogenesis of tumors in children and improve the methods of analysis and correct interpretation of Sonograms. Students are offered the opportunity to master the skills of ultrasound diagnostics and help specialists in further practice to suspect a malignancy in a child at an early stage.

Program duration-1 week (40 hours)