In the period 19 – 22 April 2018, The President of the Southeast European Medical Forum Assoc. Prof. Dr. Andrey Kehayov will participate in the second SiESPA meeting, which will be held under the auspices of the Government of Republika Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina. The meeting will be conducted in Health Tourism Center Banja Vrucica, Teslic, Republika Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The main purpose of the event is to strengthen the sectoral cooperation and exchange of experience at regional level, to identify market trends of health, recreation and rehabilitation services, to promote the development of integrated tourism products for recreation, treatment and recovery, as well as to define the role of key actors in this process.
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Andrey Kehayov will present the Southeast European Medical Forum as an organization and its activities for the development and strengthening of the partnership and the dialogue between the medical profession in this part of the European continent and its contribution to the continuing medical education through organization of annual international medical congresses.
The main accent of his presentation will be the forthcoming Ninth International Medical Congress of the Southeast European Medical Forum, which will be held 06-09 September 2018 at Banja Vrucica in cooperation with the Association of Medical Doctors of Republika Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina and with the support of the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare of Republika Srpska.
The President of SEEMF will hold meetings with the leadership of the Association of Medical Doctors of Republika Srpska, representatives of the state authorities of Republika Srpska and the Medical Chamber of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia. Other members of the government will attend the official meeting with the Minister of Health and Social Welfare of Republika Srpska. Issues related to the joint implementation of EU-funded projects, mutual exchange (long-term and short-term) of specialist doctors and representatives of the medical academic community from both sides will be discussed, with particular focus on junior doctors and medical trainee specialists.
Bilateral meetings with the leadership and members of the Serbian Medical Chamber are part of the meeting agenda.