2ND Ukraine International Christian Young Medical Professionals Conference

29-30 October 2011, Ternopil City

Venue: Ternopil State Medical University Congress Hall "Chervona Kalyna"

 

Number of expected participants: 430 (mostly age 17-60) 

 

The aims of the conference:

1. Promote the establishment of professional relationships and professional growth of Christians in the health field.

2. Provide through lectures and seminars on topical issues of theoretical and practical knowledge on the application of Medicine and Christian principles in the field of Health.

3. Learn from domestic and foreign health professionals (Academic exposure).

4. Health Professionals (Medical doctors, Nurses, Pharmacists, Dentists, Laboratory Technologists, etc) motivate students, Lecturers and Practitioners.

5. Support the young professionals in their spiritual and career development.

 

Pre-Conference Prayer Summit (28/10/2011): 2 ½ hours. 

 

Registration/Breakfast (29/10/2011): 7:30-9:20 am

 

Opening Ceremony:

29/10/2011

 

Time (am)

Activity/Event

Speaker/Presenter

1.

9:30-9:34

Opening Prayer

Pastor Volodymyr

2.

9:34-9:39

Welcome Address

Mayor (City Council)

3.

9:39-9:44

Welcome Address

Rector (TSMU)

4.

9:44-9:52

Speech

Catholic Priest

5.

9:52-57

Musical Interlude

Musician

6.

9:57-10:07

Purpose of Gathering

President (CMA-Ukraine)

7.

10:07-10:19

Introduction of Speakers

Master of Ceremony (M.C.)

8.

10:19-10:24

Introduction of Partners/Organizations

M.C.

9.

10:24-10:29

Musical Interlude

Musician

10.

10:29-10:33

Introduction of Participating cities/countries.

M.C.

 

 

 

 

 

11.

10:33-10:37

Closing remarks and prayer.

Catholic Priest

Total Time for Opening Ceremony: 1 hour 7minutes

 


 

LECTURES:

Date: 29/10/2011

Lecture number

Time

Topic

Speaker

1.

10:42-10:55 am

 

Ternopil Student

2.

10:55-11:27 am

The scientific evidence for the role of faith in the health of patients.

 

Dr. Jim Peipon (USA)

3.

11:27-11:59 am

How to target the truth.

Prof. Wayne (USA)

4.

11:59-12:04 pm

Musical interlude/Medical joke

 

5.

12:04-12:17 pm

Efficiency of Mexicor in treatment of Patient with hypertensive disease and Chronic Kidney disorders.

James Okafor

 

 

Sumy Student

6.

12:17-12:49 pm

Compassion (Therapeutic Relationships).

Dr. John Geater (England)

7.

12:49-1:10 pm

Reports and testimonies from various Universities.

5 Universities

8.

1:10-1:14 pm

Closing prayers

Prof. Tove (Norway).

 

Total Time for three lectures: 2 hours 28 minutes.

 

M.C. (Master/Mistress of Ceremony)

 

Lunch Break: 1:20-2:20 pm.

 

Topics for 2:40  3:40 pm-master class 1

Room No.

No. of participants in a room

Topics

Speaker

(Dr/Prof.)

1

 

How to use an Otoscope and diagnosis of ear infections in children.

Jim Peipon (UMO-USA/Ukraine)

2

 

Prevention and management of pressure ulcers

June Johnson

(CMF-USA/Ukraine)

3

 

How to work under pressure as todays Doctor? How to handle an angry patient? (Stress management)

John Geater (Prime-International, UK)

4

 

"Motivation: Why bother? A study of motivation in learning, advising patients about change and personal development.

Ros Simpson ( Prime-International, England )

5

 

Diagnosis and Treatment of prostate cancer using a real patient. This will give a live illustration of the seven level model in action to which the students would be expected to contribute

David Chaput (Prime-International, England)

6

 

Oral hygiene and its complications with emphasis on contemporary Culture.

Klara Kisgeci Dudas (Serbia)

7

 

Medicine, a Global Perspective (This will be an overview and discussion of major threats to the worlds health).

Sharon Kuhn (MTW-USA )

8

 

The Christian doctor and disaster relief: responding to disasters, namely, my experiences in Haiti over the last year and a half.

Smith (MTW-USA)

9

 

Dental treatment in the terminal phase of life (also interesting for nursing students).

Lena Löbakk (Prime-Norway) and Marina (Moldova)

10

 

Breaking bad news and answering difficult questions about end of life for the patient.

J Martin Leiper (Prime-Scotland)

11

 

How health systems function (differences, approaches, etc) in the world

Rostyslav Semikov (Oxford/Ukraine)

12

 

Morphological basis of circulatory system disorders

Alexandra Pr. Andriyshyn (Ukraine)

13

 

HIV/AIDS Education and prevention. Prevention of the stigma

Gil H Odendaal (Global HIV/AIDS Initiative-USA)

 

Topics for 3:45  4:45 pm-master class 2

Room No.

No. of participants in a room

Topics

Speaker

(Dr/Prof.)

1

 

Antibiotics abuse. The rational use of Antibiotics.

K Posokhova (Ukraine

2

 

Structuring Scientific Research article

Anita Verhoeven (Prime-Holland)

3

 

Nitric Oxide: Physiological Significance and Role in Human Diseases.

Mykhaylo Korda (Ukraine)

4

 

Human Microbial Ecology.

Klymnyuk I Serhiy (Ukraine)

5

 

What is Health?

Victoria Andes (USA)

6

 

How to work under pressure as todays Doctor? How to handle an angry patient? (Stress management).

John Geater (Prime-International, UK).

7

 

How to approach Xenophobia and Immigrations problems .

IFES-Ukraine

8

 

Checking Spiritual Vital Signs.

Jim Peipon (USA/Ukraine)

9

 

How to organize HIV/AIDS programmes and to write funds for HIV/AIDS in future.

Gil H Odendaal (Global HIV/AIDS Initiative-USA)

10

 

Pain management in palliative care. Practical aspects of palliative care (A Family Doctors view using case studies.)  

J Martin Leiper (Scotland)

11

 

Primary Care Medicine: the impact of chronic diseases (diabetes, hypertension and the like) and how primary care physicians can both affect the course of the diseases and build up spiritually beneficial relationships with patients

Smith (MTW-USA)

12

 

Battle fatigue: Healthcare Staff on the front line, how to cope.

David Chaput (Prime-International, England)

13

 

Global mental health problems.  Depression, skills for spot diagnosis and treatment of depressed patients.

Ros Simpson

(Prime-International, England)

 

 

Topics for 4:50  5:50 pm-master class 3

Room No.

No. of participants in a room

Topics

Speaker

(Dr/Prof.)

1

 

Overview of Health Economics/Administration and its application in modern medicine

Rostyslav Semikov (Oxford/Ukraine)

2

 

Life choices - what sort of doctor
will you be?"  This can be for up to 100 students at a time and will cover dualism, values based medicine and the patients view

John Geater (Prime-International, UK )

3

 

Medicine, a Global Perspective (This will be an overview and discussion of major threats to the worlds health).

Sharon Kuhn (MTW-USA)

4

 

Histophysiology of blood

Alexandra Pr. Andriyshyn (Ukraine)

5

 

Patient-doctor relation. One hour of Q and A  during the conference

Lena Löbakk (Norway)

6

 

Care of a Colostomy patient

June Johnson

(CMF-USA/Ukraine)

7

 

A practical on examination of the diabetic patient

Smith (MTW-USA)

8

 

Pain management in palliative care

J Martin Leiper (Prime-Scotland)

9

 

How to read and evaluate research article. Principles and practical application.

Tove Giske (NCFI-Norway)

10

 

New Advances in Determining the Etiology, Diagnosis and Treatment of Autism (Do Vaccines Affect the Neuropsychology of Children, How Early Can Autism be Detected, New Genetic Diagnostic Tests for Autism and Effectiveness of Applied Behavioral Analysis in the Treatment of Autism).

 

Dr. Jim Peipon (USA).

11

 

Oral hygiene and its complications with emphasis on contemporary Culture.

Dr Klara Kisgeci Dudas (Serbia)

12

 

Structuring Scientific Research article.

Anita (Prime-Holland)

13

 

The logic and psychology of medical errors: a view through the prism of personality structure of medical staff.

Victor Biryukov (russian language)

 

Total time for master classes: 3 hours 10 minutes.

Group photography/Excursion: 5:55-7:00 pm

Supper: 7:15-8:15 pm

 

Evening Program (29/10/2011):

Event number

Time (pm)

Activity

Presenter/Speaker

1.

8:25-8:30

Opening/Exhortation

Dr. Ros Simpson

2.

8:30-8:43

Praises and Worship

Led by Godwin

3.

8:43-9:13

Open House/Lecture/Students Interactions with speakers.

 

Led by Joseph Ansong

4.

9:13-9:18

CMF-UK Sharing with Students

Led by Liz

5.

9:18-9:25

Prayers for all Christian Medical Missionaries.

Led by Madam June Johnson

6.

9:25-9:30

Closing Prayer

Dr. Smith

Total Time for Evening program: 1 hour 5 minutes.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sunday (30/10/2011)

Part 1:

Item number

Time

Activity

Speakerpresenter

1.

8:10-9:10 am

Breakfast

-

2.

9:15-10:15 am

Worship

 

3.

10:20-10:33 am

Presentation

Poltava Student

4.

10:33-11:05 am

Seven Billion Patients and You.

Prof. Kuhn (USA)

5.

11:05-11:10 am

Musical Interlude

Musician

6.

11:10-11:23 am

Presentation

Chernivtsi student

7.

11:23-11:55 am

Immigration and Xenophobia Problems.

IFES-Ukraine

8.

11:55-12:05 pm

Coffee break

-

9.

12:08-12:40 pm

HIV/AIDS Education and Preventions

 

DR. Gil Odendaal (USA)

10.

12:45-1:45 pm

Lunch break

-

 

 

 

Part 2:Master class4 day2 - 30th October, 2011

Topics: 2:003:00 pm

Room No.

No. of participants in a room

Topics

Speaker

(Dr/Prof.)

1

 

How to use an Otoscope and diagnosis of ear infections in children.

Jim (USA)

2

 

Life choices - what sort of doctor
will you be?"  This can be for up to 100 students at a time and will cover dualism, values based medicine and the patients view.

John (England)

3

 

Primary Care Medicine: the impact of chronic diseases (diabetes, hypertension and the like) and how primary care physicians can both affect the course of the diseases and build up spiritually beneficial relationships with patients.

Smith (USA)

4

 

Global Women's health issues. Woman examination (preventive health care issues for women).

Kuhn (USA)

5

 

Structuring Scientific Research article.

Anita (Holland)

6

 

Meaning, hope, and the will of life: Spiritual care, the heart of nursing. We will touch upon the art and science of spiritual care.

Tove (Norway)

7

 

Prevention and management of pressure ulcers

June (USA)

8

 

Pain management in palliative care. Practical aspects of palliative care (A Family Doctors view using case studies.)

Leiper (Scotland)

9

 

Diagnosis and Treatment of prostate cancer using a real patient. This will give a live illustration of the seven level model in action to which the students would be expected to contribute.

David (England)

10

 

How to organize HIV/AIDS programmes and to write funds for HIV/AIDS in future.

Gilo (USA)

11

 

VB (Teaching children with ASD towards recovery).

Lena (Norway) and Marina (Moldova)

12

 

something practical related to dentistry.

Klara (Serbia)

13

 

How to perform Hip Arthroplasty with a practical illustrations.

Vitaliy Bondar (Ukraine)

 

Lunch/Break: 3:02-3:55

 

 

Closing Ceremony/Sharing of Certificates/Awards: 3:57-4:50

Activity number

Time

Event/activity

Presenter/Speaker

1.

3:57-4:00 pm

Opening prayer

Dr. Rostyslav Semikov

2.

4:00-4:25

Exhortation

-

3.

4:25-4:35 pm

Gifts/appreciation to Speakers and others.

 

Dr. Jim

Mr. Denis

Madam June

4.

4:35-4:40

Music Interlude

Musician

5.

4:40-4:50

Closing Remarks

President (CMA-Ukraine)

6.

4:50-4:53

Vote of Thanks

Janet Djangmah

7.

4:53-4:56

Closing prayer

Pastor Sasha

 

Partners:

-       PRIME-Partnership In Medical Education

-       UMO-Ukraine Medical Outreach

-       NCFI-Nursing Christian Fellowship International

-       MTW-Missions to World

-       CMF-Christian Missionary Fellowship

-       IFES-International Fellowship of Evangelical Students

-       ACP-Alliance of Christian Professionals

-       CMA-Ukr. : Christian Medical Association-Ukraine

-       CMF-UK

-       ICDMA-USA (Eurasia)

-       Global HIV/AIDS Initiative

-       RM-Russian Ministries

-       O.I.C-Overseas Instructions in Counseling

-       WM-World Witnesses

-       Local Pastors Council-Ternopil

-       Local Churches