360 pediatricians attended the live webinar hosted by the Euroclinic Children’s Hospital
Comprehensive information on COVID-19 and children’s health
The Scientific Meeting of the Euroclinic Children’s Hospital was concluded successfully for yet another year. Despite the challenging times we are facing due to the pandemic, the landmark event of the pediatric community continued for another year, with the aim of providing valid and comprehensive information to the world of medicine on the latest developments regarding COVID-19, as well as contemporary pediatric issues, always looking out for the health of the children.
More than 360 pediatricians and other scientists attended the live webinar remotely on Saturday 21 November and were informed on the pressing issue of the coronavirus and its impact on children, as well as contemporary pediatric topics which present great interest both for pediatrics and everyday clinical practice. Some of the topics that were discussed during the event included “Practicing Pediatric Surgery at the time of the coronavirus”, “The pediatrician’s role during the COVID-19 pandemic”, “The importance of the mask in the prevention of COVID-19 infection”, “COVID-19 in children: The role of imaging” and “The latest findings in immune thrombocytopenia in children”.
Distinguished doctors from the Euroclinic Children’s Hospital as well as prominent pediatricians from Agia Sofia Children’s Hospital honored the webinar with their interesting scientific presentations.
Ms. Eleni Tsapra, Chairwoman of the Organizing Committee and Director of the Euroclinic Children’s Hospital Pediatric Department, stated, “Today, for yet another year, we had the pleasure of presenting to the world of pediatrics many interesting topics regarding both the coronavirus and modern pediatrics. Despite the challenging times we are facing due to the pandemic, we are extremely proud of the top scientific level of the lectures and we pledge to meet again next year with the pediatric community, with an even richer and more interesting agenda.”