The first Varna Summer School "Introduction to Emergency Aid" for students of Medicine, fifth and sixth year of study, was launched at MU-Varna on 17 July (Monday).
More than 60 students took part in the free initiative, organized by the University. During the course they will acquire skills to work in life-threatening situations. The programme is divided into a theoretical and practical part, and the main lecturer is Prof. Dr. Stoyan Milanov - National Consultant on Central Resuscitation at UMHATEM "N. I. Pirogov" and National Emergency Medicine Consultant.
"It gives me great pleasure to congratulate you on behalf of the Rector and the entire academic management and to wish you success and sustainability in this initiative. Something that I do not doubt at all! Furthermore, I would like to express our absolute support on behalf of the University management," congratulated the participants the Vice-Rector for Academic Affairs Prof. Dr. Albena Kerekovska.
The participants were also greeted by the Vice President of the National Assembly Dr. Nigyar Dzhafer, who is a graduate of MU-Varna, "Believe me, whatever you become, whatever specialty you may choose, inevitably you will confront Emergency Medicine in any case. It is wonderful that you are interested in this School. Medicine nowadays is high-tech, innovative apparatus are being introduced. The only irreplaceable thing that remains is the professionalism of doctors, of the people working in the system."
The practical part of the training of the future doctors will be held at the Emergency Medical Center and at the Emergency Departments of "St. Marina" and "St. Anna". The course will continue till 23rd July, and all students will receive certificates of participation.