The representative of the KhNMU became a participant in the international program


On September 21, the “Open World” program started, funded by the US Congress and bringing new leaders from Eurasia to the US for professional exchange.

Yulia Volkova, the head of the Department of Emergency Medicine, Anesthesiology and Intensive Care, became a delegate of the “Open World” program in the direction of “Operational issues of the emergency department – young professionals from Ukraine.” During the event in Washington, DC, some meetings are planned, in particular with the Deputy Executive Director of the Congressional Agency for International Leadership Maura Shelden, the President of the Foundation for the Training of Global Leaders, the Professor of Georgetown, Mannheim, Bologna Universities, Dr. Sam Potolicchio, the Director and Senior Advisor for Education of the Research Center of the American Councils, by the honorary president of the American Councils, Dan Davidson, and the deputy vice minister of health, Steven Lieberman.

The second part of the program will take place in Baltimore, Maryland, with the support of the World Trade Center Institute WTCI – the only organization in this state certified by the US State Department and the US Agency for International Development (USAID) to host delegations of professionals from around the world.

During the stay in Baltimore, some meetings are planned, in particular with representatives of the Maryland Institute of Emergency Medical Services (MIEMSS), the Department of Emergency Medical Services – Aviation Command of the State Police, the Community College of Baltimore County EMST Program (Community College of Baltimore County (CCBC) on the EMST Program (Emergency Medical Technology), the R. Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center, the Johns Hopkins Medicine Simulation Center, and other institutions.