62th academic conference of Mongolian medical sciences heldSociety
Ulaanbaatar /MNTSAME/ The 62nd academic conference of Mongolian medical sciences was held in an online format for the first time today, May 25, at the Mongolian National University of Medical Sciences (MNUMS).
Opening the academic conference, Director of the MNUMS J.Tsolmon said “This conference is special as being held online due to the worldwide spread of pandemic. I am confident that live streaming of the conference through social network would make its contribution in delivering academic and proof-based information related with the coronavirus to the public as well as taking measures targeting public health care, such as prevention of disease and development of treatment guidelines.”
Governor of the Capital City S.Amarsaikhan highlighted "I have no doubt that presentations being delivered at the event and results of academic works would become a big impetus on presenting achievements and outcomes of academic and research works of eastern and western medicines to the public, exchanging experiences and rendering support on foreign cooperation between the countries. Furthermore, I am hopeful that the main topic of the conference would help physicians and health care professionals to overcome newly encountering barriers to them alongside sharing global practices on diagnosis and treatment of the coronavirus infection as well as defining and evaluating preventive methods of it. Authorities of Ulaanbaatar city are ready to render all-round supports to your deeds and cooperate in creating healthy and safe living environment for our residents.
Attendees of the conference had discussions on the following presentations – “Clinical epidemiology of the novel coronavirus pandemic” by academician P.Nyamdavaa, “Mongolia’s experience on studying social health measures by the world countries against Covid-19” by Director of the MNUMS J.Tsolmon and “Some results of clinical and laboratory analysis on in-patients diagnosed with coronavirus in Mongolia” by a physician at the National Center for Communicable Diseases Ts.Chinbayar.
In addition, WHO Representative in Mongolia Mr. Sergey Diorditsa and speakers from countries such as China, Russia and Japan, who are highly experienced in academic research, made presentations on their experiences, statistical figure, information and guidance on COVID-19 and social health.
Another highlight of the event was a launch of a 108-volume Mongolian Traditional Medicine book. At the initiative of President of Mongolia Kh.Battulga, scholars, researchers and instructors of the International School of Mongolian Medicine at the MNUMS jointly created book with support from the Government of Mongolia, Office of the President and Minister of Health D.Sarangerel.