We are honored and pleased to invite you to
THE SECOND INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON REDUCTION OF MATERNAL MORTALITY IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES AND RECENT PROGRESS IN CLINICAL MEDICINE
which will be held on September 17th and 18th, 2021 in Tuzla.
We are especially honored to organize a symposium of this importance and dimension.
We expect over 500 participants from all over the world, and over 30 renowned lecturers.
The symposium will bring together experts from all fields of perinatology, neonatology, obstetrics, pediatrics, perinatal pathology, pediatric surgery, and pediatric cardiology
The symposium will, through modern and interactive presentation forms, as well as with a special emphasis on regional topics and perinatological problems of developing countries, be an excellent opportunity for learning, participation and networking of all those at the very top of their fields of study. The scientific program will provide you with an introduction to the latest achievements in the field of perinatal medicine
Based on the decision of the Scientific Committee, we will inform you about all topics that will be included in the scientific program of the Congress.
With your help and valuable contribution, we are sure that the quality of discussions will be at a high level.
Tuzla is a city of love, friendship, multiethnicity and multiculturalism. A city of salt, solar and miners, but also a city of doctors and medics!
Tuzla is widely known for its natural, economic and tourist potentials, but also for its doctors and physicians and the achievements they have made in this area. Tuzla is a unique city in terms of exceptional hospitality. Therefore, I believe that these few days translated in Tuzla, in addition to new knowledge in the field of perinatal medicine, will be days of beautiful socializing and experiences that you will be happy to remember.
For more information, visit www.isrmm.ba, or contact the Congress Secretariat by email:
We are convinced that medical professionals through joint work and action, exchange of knowledge and experiences, and mutual support, can improve the field of perinatal medicine and contribute to its development and success.