- Oct 05 2022
- 13:00 - 14:15
Medicine without borders. Caring of the patient’s life and health
Marzena Strok-Sadło – Strategy and Entrepreneurship Department at the Lublin City Council, member of the Board of Lublin Medical Cluster (Poland)
Osoby uczestniczące w panelu:
Beata Gawelska MD – Director of the Independent Public Clinical Hospital No. 1 in Lublin (Poland)
Radosław Starownik MD, PhD – Director of the Independent Public Clinical Hospital No. 4 in Lublin (Poland)
Prof. Robert Rejdak MD, PhD – Head of the Department and General and Pediatric Ophthalmology Clinic of the Medical University of Lublin, Vice-Rector for Internationalization and Digitization of the Medical University of Lublin (Poland)
Nataliya Preys MD, PhD – Specialist in the field of ophthalmology, Lviv Regional Clinical Hospital (Ukraine)
Prof. Marek Hus MD, PhD – Head of the Department and of Haemato-oncology and Bone Marrow Transplantation Clinic, Medical University of Lublin (Poland)
Zwenyslawa Maslyak MD, PhD – Head of the Department of Hemalology of Institute of Blood Pathology and Transfusion Medicine of the National Academy of Medical Sciences of Ukraine (IBPTM NAMSU), President of the Lviv Foundation for the Development of Hematology (Ukraine)
Prof. Tomasz Zubilewicz MD, PhD – Provincial Consultant in the field of vascular surgery, specialist in general and vascular surgery and angiology, President of the Polish Society for Vascular Surgery (Poland)
For the world, the European Union, countries, regions and cities, at every decision-making level, medicine and health, along with digital technologies, constitute a priority area of attention and development.
Providing citizens with access to medical services, especially in times of pandemics and war conflicts, with increasingly aging societies and limited resources (primarily in the field of qualified medical personnel) is a challenge that can be met, inter alia, through effective international cooperation and the wise use of available knowledge and resources.
What are the experiences in the field of international cooperation both before and during the ongoing war in Ukraine, how we will use these experiences, what can we offer Ukraine in the process of its reconstruction in the area of medicine and health?
What experiences and competences can medical personnel from Ukraine share with us. To what extent are the processes in healthcare supported and will be supported by new technologies and digital solutions (telemedicine, artificial intelligence, virtual and augmented reality, medical robotics). Can future medicine, thanks to new technologies and consciously made decisions, become medicine without borders? To what extent is it and will it be possible? We will find answers to these questions in the panel dedicated to health care in the context of international cooperation. The panel will be attended by experts in key medical specializations from Poland and from cooperating centers in Ukraine.
Simultaneous translation into PL-EN-UA;
live broadcast on a streaming platform