For many years, medical schools in Russia and other countries in Eastern Europe have been closely linked and have shared many similarities in development. However, each school is different and possesses unique experiences, which is of interest to the entire medical community.
Russia and Eastern Europe are dynamically developing regions. The rapid advancement in medical technology, surgical methods, and innovative approaches to treating obstetric complications and gynecological disorders, have enabled doctors to gain a unique experience in successfully managing even the most complicated patients.
Familiarization with national and European standards will enable the experts to speak the same language and better understand each other, as well as to significantly improve the provision of obstetric and gynecological care.