Soon… Medical conference is held in north, east Syria

The Health and Environment Body in Autonomous Administration in North and East of Syria is preparing to hold the first medical conference of its kind in order to keep abreast with the latest medical developments in the field and to discuss the medical reality in the area.

The Health and Environment Body in Autonomous Administration in North and East of Syria is working to improve the health situation in the area through several projects which are being studied currently by discussing with the seven Autonomous and Civil Administrations, including the first medical conference of its kind in the north and east of Syria, with the participation of doctors and specialists.

On the conference and preparations for it, our agency, Hawar news agency (ANHA) held a meeting with the Co-chair of the Health and Environment Body Dr. Joan al-Mustafa, who in turn indicated that the conference which is scheduled to be held on May 31 aims to improve the health situation in the north and east of Syria.

At the beginning of his speech, Dr. Joan Mustafa pointed out that they are in the process of holding the first medical conference at the level of northern and eastern Syria. They are currently discussing preparations for the conference with similar Health Committees and Bodies in the seven departments.

Al-Mustafa said that after a meeting held by the Health and Environment Body on 2/5/2019, a specialized medical conference on cardiology, the first of its kind was determined to be held in northern and eastern of Syria.

And about the reasons that prompted the Body to hold this conference, the co-chair of the Health and Environment Body made clear, "It is very necessary to hold such conference due to the bad situations had effected on the health reality negatively, and the wars got the health reality away from the scientific developments taking place in the world."

The aim of the conference was to raise the scientific level of the medical and health staff in cardiac specialization in the north and east of Syria, and to know the latest medical developments that have occurred in this field at the level of the world and to cope with them, according to the Co-chair of the Health and Environment Body Joan Mustafa.

Al-Mustafa made clear, "There are many plans to improve the health reality in the area, including the provision of a medical and food control laboratory, which has become an urgent need to know the medicines that enter the north and east of Syria, and improve our health reality in the area."

He concluded by saying, "The Body works in coordination with similar committees to provide preventive treatment of any health risks can be exposed to, and that will be approved during the coming period."

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ANHA


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