The International Congress on Neonatal Hematology and Oncology Disorders Came to an End

The International Congress on Neonatal Hematology and Oncology Disorders Came to an End
The International Congress on Neonatal Hematology and Oncology Disorders came to an end through holding the closing ceremony.
According to the Public Relations and Cultural Affairs of Razavi Hospital, more than 20 foreign guests from Iraq, Lebanon and India attended this congress and presented their achievements, CEO of Razavi Hospital said, adding that two workshops in English were conducted by Dr. Mohammad Saeid Abdul Zahra, chancellor of Kufa University of Medical Sciences, and Dr. Mohsen Reza Heidari, faculty member of Baqiyatallah University of Medical Sciences.
The "14th Transfusion Medicine Conference" held by Khorasan Razavi Blood Transfusion Center and the "Nursing Care Seminar on Vascular Access and Laboratory Tests in Neonates" were another programs that were held parallel with the International Congress on Neonatal Hematology and Oncology Disorders, he Continued.
According to the scientific chairman of the congress, nine specialty panels focusing on neonatal blood diseases and malignancies were presented at the conference hall, and about 80 specialists attended this meeting as lectures and board members attended the meeting.
More interactions between the Iranian and Iraqi specialists
Dr. Saeidi pointed out the business meeting with the presence of the foreign guests, declaring that the capabilities of Razavi Hospital and even some medical centers such as Montaseriyeh Hospital were introduced in this meeting.
According to him, the result of this meeting was preparation of the preliminaries of a mutual memorandum of understanding for scientific interactions, holding short- term training courses and exchange of patient between the two countries in future.
Iraqi specialists need a great deal of cooperation in the fields of nuclear medicine and radiotherapy, that some beneficial meetings were held with Razavi Hospital radiotherapists in this regard, Dr saeidi added.
Meanwhile, the Iraqi team visited Montaseriyeh Hospital and the associated transplant ward, and they tended to develop more relationship with Iran in the fields of bone marrow transplant and stem cell-therapy. In addition, they visited Saman Daru Pharmaceutical Company and its capabilities, and talked to the authorities about the export of recombinant factor VIII medication produced by the mentioned company to Iraq.
Mentioning brief talks about the educational issues with the Iraqi team, Managing Director of Razavi Hospital continued, 'We hope we will be able to establish Astan Quds University of Medical Sciences in near future as these Iraqi specialists who provided the initial measures of establishing a non- governmental university in Kufa.
Emphasizing that the book titled "Neonatal Hematologic & Oncologic Disorders" was written on the occasion of the International Congress on Neonatal Hematology and Oncology Disorders, he said that this book was written and translated by a group of neonatologists, professors and faculty members of Mashhad Universities of Medical Sciences and North Khorasan.
About 45 articles has been accepted to be presented in the congress, Dr. Saeidi mentioned, adding that the top articles will be published in the supplementary issue of The Iranian Journal of Neonatology that is published quarterly by Mashhad University of Medical Sciences.
Some of the Iranian pioneers in the fields of pediatrics and neonatology as well as the foreign eminent scholars who attended the congress were appreciated and received presents. In addition, the three top poster presenters were appreciated and received presents. 
Moreover, a video clip about the two- day congress and its parallel programs such as the Doll Hospital was shown to the audience.
It is worth mentioning that the International Congress on Neonatal Hematology and Oncology Disorders was held on April 25-26, 2018 in Razavi Hospital.
Date: 4/28/2018
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