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Russian-speaking doctors from 10 countries will meet at congress in Rome

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Russian-speaking doctors from 10 countries will meet at congress in Rome


02.10.2019

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Specialists in various fields of medicine from ten European countries will take part in the second Congress of the independent community of Russian-speaking doctors in the world, which will be held on October 2 and 3 at the Russian Center for Science and Culture in Rome. Congress participants will discuss, among other things, the recognition of diplomas and degrees, as well as the integration of Russian-speaking doctors in different countries, the website of the Moscow House of Compatriots reports.

Delegates from Russia, Great Britain, Germany, Sweden, Poland and other European countries arrived at the congress. They will give presentations on various medical, legal and economic issues related to healthcare in different countries. Also, as part of the meeting, excursions to Italian medical institutions will take place.

On the second day of the congress, a conference will open on the professional integration of Russian-speaking doctors. Separately, participants will discuss the possibilities of medical tourism, which is gaining popularity around the world. This term means the provision of medical services in different countries.

For the first time, the congress was held a year ago in Prague, and about fifty doctors attended it in person and remotely.

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