A regular event – Discussion Club took place at the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, No. 1 (Head of the department professor Igor Zinoviyovich Gladchuk), on Tuesday, April 10, 2018.
A discussion on “International Features of Birth Regulation.” was held in English and as always aroused lively interest among domestic and foreign students of our university.
The University leaders and the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology No. 1 provided the conditions for the creation of a discussion environment in the discussion club.
The moderators of the event were the deputy head of the department of obstetrics and gynecology №1 professor Alla Georgiyivna Volyanska, the vice dean of Medical Faculty №1 an associate professor of the Department of Forensic Medicine Dmytro Oleksandrovych Umansky, assistant professor Natalya Mykhailivna Kashtalian, assistant professor Olena Oleksandrivna Sadovnicha, clinical resident Galina Yuryivna Kushnir, a member of the Young Scientists Sosciety Andriy Dobrovolsky.
The brightest presentations on “Pregnancy Planning” and “Modern Issues of Female Fetocide in India” were made by the head of the SSC of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology No.1 Tatyana Petrivna Todorova and the 4th year student of the International Faculty, Jatana Harmanprith Singh.
The liveliest discussion was raised by the following questions: “What should be done if the father wants to save pregnancy and the mother is against it?”, “Family planning aspects of the Middle East and Africa” and “Moral attitude to pregnancies outside marriage in the countries of Europe, the Middle East and Africa”. Different life situatioins were analyzed and professional advice was given by the moderators.
The opportunity for free communication on problematic issues received very positive feedback from the student community and opened new horizons for future meetings.
The Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology No. 1 sincerely invites all those who wish to join the next meeting of the Discussion Club on the topic “Infertility. Assisted Reproductive Technologies”!