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Educational activity of the Department of Surgery and Vascular Surgery of Shupyk National Healthcare University of Ukraine is not limited only by realization of the work plan for 2021 of the department.

Even in these difficult conditions of the COVID-19 pandemic and the quarantine restrictions caused by it, the department carries out full-fledged activities aimed at realizing all components of educational and scientific-practical potential of the department with introduction and publication of achievements in practice of surgical clinics.

Thus, during the 1st quarter of 2021, the staff of the department held 9 scientific, practical webinars and 3 master classes of live-surgery.

Topics of the webinars (9) included online presentations by the head of the department prof. Savoliuk S. (8) and Gorbovets V. (1) on the different remote platforms with presentation of results in integration of ERAS protocols in abdominal surgery, the dynamics of modern surgical trends during the global pandemic COVID-19, different aspects of planned and emergency laparoscopic surgery, bariatric and metabolic surgery, minimally invasive surgery of obstructive jaundice of benign and malignant etiology, minimally invasive surgery of varicose veins of the lower extremities and its complications (acute thrombophlebitis, trophic ulcers).

Master classes with consultations and live surgeries were conducted on the basis of the surgical department of Korosten Central District Hospital with 2 laparoscopic operations for morbid obesity, hiatal hernia and endovenous minimally invasive interventions (5) on varicose veins of the lower extremities.

This combination of remote formats of educational activities with thematic live surgery, including online broadcasting, allows the staff of the Department to perform all the curriculum tasks and be competitive with other providers of educational services.

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