The COVID-19 Pandemic and the struggle of healthcare professionals against it has dominated the last two years. With everything coming to a halt due to the Covid pandemic, medical students discovered a method to continue their education through online sessions. During the pandemic years, SYSSA continued presenting online, in order to keep students and healthcare workers up to date.
After two years of online studies and conferences, David Tvildiani Medical University Students and Young Scientists Scientific Association hosted an offline conference on May 24th-26th, 2022 which was held at the Litz Resort Kvariati, Georgia.
Medicine is a broad field with no end in sight. Every day, a new discovery prompts a slew of fresh doubts and investigations in this discipline. Every second, new strains of infectious pathogens and genetic mutations emerge. To stay up, scientists and clinicians all over the world are constantly attempting to create breakthroughs in unresolved medical problems through their research and therapies.
SYSSA organized a Multidisciplinary Medical Conference this year to cover all of the fascinating subjects in every aspect of medicine. Everyone in the medical field was invited to present new case-reports and peer-reviewed articles at the conference.
An introductory speech was given by Prof. Nino Bregvadze - Tabagari, Dean of David Tvildiani Medical University.
The Multidisciplinary Medical Conference was opened by MD, PhD Ilia Nadareishvili with his presentation on “Networking in Science” and introduction about ERASMUS and “HERD” project.
MD, PhD and Chief Director of MEGALAB, Nino Gulatava, gave her presentation about "Resource Opportunities for Involving "Megalab" in Modern Scientific Research".
Following the introductions, our conference began with presentations by students and interns on a variety of diseases, treatment choices, diagnostic procedures, and concomitant errors in medicine.
At the end of presentations, SYSSA organized three workshops with the support of SIGN (Neurology Interest Group of Aieti), SIGA (Surgical Interest Group of Aieti), and GIGA (Gynecology Interest Group of Aieti). Karen.S.Stalin led a SIGN workshop that included a basic neurologic evaluation. Giorgi Aladashvili led a SIGA workshop to teach suturing and sterilizing practices prior to surgery. Tinatin kutchukhidze and Gvantsa Kochiashvili led a GIGA workshop on how to do a gynecologic examination.
This year's multidisciplinary medical conference was a resounding success. We would like to thank all of David Tvildiani Medical University staff for their support for SYSSA. We'd like to express our gratitude to all of the speakers for their effort in educating us on various medical matters, thanks to attendees for joining us and the special thanks to the Litz Resort in Kvariati that gave us the opportunity for this event to be remarkable.