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Children’s Health: Enhancing the Effectiveness of Healthcare
3 September 2021
12:00—13:00
In an effort to be more efficient, the healthcare system is constantly looking for new approaches to protecting children’s health, including approaches that require more attention and specific care. One way to develop healthcare is a comprehensive multidisciplinary approach, which not only ensures that a patient interacts with doctors with multiple areas of expertise, but also specialists in related profiles, such as social workers, teachers, or psychologists, and this ensures the best result. A multidisciplinary team demonstrates a high level of efficiency in cases where it is essential to optimize the diagnosis and treatment processes, find an unconventional approach, reduce the risks of complications, and form a comprehensive strategy for long-term care. Children with severe and sometimes incurable diagnoses continue to live, and any approach to helping such children should cover all facets of life, including not only helping the child, but also providing the whole family with the necessary support. However, in practice, the specialists one needs are not always available, and the actions of the interested parties are often not coordinated.
• How should we build an optimal healthcare system that takes into account the interests of all parties and, above all, patients?
• What problems are hindering the integration of an interdisciplinary approach into everyday medical practice and how can we eliminate interdepartmental barriers to introducing the principle of multidisciplinary interaction?
• Which countries have a standard practice of using multidisciplinary teams to care for seriously ill children? How can we transfer multidisciplinary practices to Russia?
• What successful multidisciplinary approach practices are used in Russia, including in the regions of the Far Eastern Federal District?
• How and where should we organize the training of specialists of multidisciplinary teams?
• How can we attract the necessary personnel and get them settled in the regions?
Date
03.09.2021
Forum
EEF
Started at
12:00—13:00
Conference hall
Building A, level 3, Building Trust Area
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