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You can read all the reviews of colleagues and leave your own in our VKontakte group
You can read all the reviews of colleagues and leave your own in our VKontakte group
You can read all the reviews of colleagues and leave your own in our VKontakte group
Macedonia
Macedonia
Macedonia
Pavel A.
Pauline
Anna L.
Olga S.
Firas A.
Отзыв студента-медика
Pavel Aleksin
Nizhny Novgorod
«July 2018 was one of the most beautiful months of my life. After all, I spent this month in a beautiful country called Macedonia with its charming capital city of Skopje.
I went there not just to relax - but to study and exchange experience in one of the most central clinics in the Balkans - the University Clinic of Mother Teresa in Skopje, Department of Oncology.
This was an invaluable experience not only in language practice (Almost everyone in Macedonia is fluent in English, especially doctors), but also in medicine.
Many thanks to the doctors (Dr. med. sci. Violeta Klisarovska, ass. Emilija Lazarova, ass. Marina Iljovska), who every day gave us knowledge and taught us something new (it must be said that the oncology center in
Skopje is considered one of the largest and most modern centers, where patients from all the Balkan Countries and EU countries come).
Macedonia is a beautiful little country with its own traditions, culture and nature. This is a picturesque land where you want to return again and again!»

https://vk.com/team_pasha
«Friends, for the second day I have been in Macedonia and I want to show you how beautiful it is there, because we hear so little about this wonderful country!
Macedonia Internship Coordinator Sonya showed me around Skopje and the surrounding area. Mountains are visible from almost anywhere in Skopje, there is a lot of greenery, and the people are very friendly and nice. In a couple of days I will show you Ohrid)
Here doctors and the general population really know English, and this plays an important role for a productive practice. At the same time, the Macedonian language is very similar to Russian, so if your English is not very good yet, this is a great opportunity to learn something anyway. So in terms of languages the country is just universal to practice
We have recorded a video for you where Sonya talks about her internship in Macedonia, because you still have the opportunity to go to the capital Skopje or the resort town of Ohrid in July or August!
Duration of internship 1 month
The cost is 14,000 rubles +450 euros.
The cost includes accommodation and the internship itself.
Sonya accommodates visiting students in a wonderful apartment, not in a hostel, so you will definitely feel comfortable.»
Отзыв о стажировке
Review of Anna Lapina about the internship in wonderful Macedonia
«Hi all! In July of this year, I was lucky to attend an internship in Ohrid - this is Macedonia.
I can say for sure that what I saw significantly exceeded all expectations).
Ohrid is an old resort town located on the hilly shores of the lake of the same name. In the small Old Town, medieval churches, monasteries and ruins sit side by side with traditional red-tiled houses.
Above the city rise huge fortifications built on top of a hill. In a word, I can say for sure that this city is in vain included in the UNESCO World Heritage List.
But when I arrived in Ohrid, I was pleasantly surprised not only by the beauties I saw, but also by the amazing low prices in restaurants and food, as well as the quality of fruits and vegetables.
Walking in the evening along the incredibly romantic medieval streets and directly along the coastline, on your way you will meet a huge number of cute restaurants and cafes, with the prices of Moscow canteens.
Well, now let's move on to a no less pleasant topic, namely the medical component of this internship.
We did our practice in the surgical department of the city hospital. Geographically, the hospital was located very conveniently, literally a 15-minute walk from the coast.
We were given a choice of all the distances available there, but we preferred the surgical one. The working day officially began at 8 and ended at 14:00.
All the staff were very friendly to us, the doctors really tried to teach us surgical manipulations, and by the way, many of them fit perfectly in English.
I would like to express my special gratitude to Dr. Dial and Nurse Sonia, they will remain in my heart for a long time).
And in conclusion, I would like to say that it is difficult to come up with a better combination of a pleasant pastime with a useful one.»

https://vk.com/id102668424
Отзыв о зарубежной стажировке
Feedback from Olga Sergeeva about the dental internship in Macedonia in August 2021
«Hi all! In August 2021, I went for an internship for the first time. Due to the coronavirus, there were few options where I could go, so I chose North Macedonia.

To begin with, we lived in Skopje - this is the capital of the country, a wonderful city, very beautiful, calm, with its sights and entertainment. Immediately upon arrival, the organizers met me and took me to the student house. Our rooms were cozy, because of the small number of students, we all lived alone.

The second thing that struck me was that absolutely the entire population knows English. I haven't seen this anywhere else.

The guys and I all found a common language very quickly, from the first to the last day we spent all the time together, traveled to neighboring cities, kayaked, rented a mini-yacht, ate local food, went to the cinema (there are films in English with Macedonian subtitles ), in general, I was very lucky with the guys, I really hope that our communication will not end.

Practice we passed in the state hospital. Mother Teresa. Being a student of the Faculty of Dentistry, I passed it in the Dental Corps. Due to the coronavirus, at first there were problems with access to the dentistry department, so we spent time in emergency surgery and pediatric oncology.
I hope that in the future I will become an implant surgeon, so I chose the Department of Oral Surgery for my practice. Despite the fact that I have experience in working with surgeons and experience in removing teeth, I learned new things for myself, met cool doctors who allowed me to remove teeth myself under their supervision. The working day in dentistry was from 8:30 to 13:00.

What I took away from this internship for myself is that with such a work schedule, I definitely want to move from Russia. I like the Macedonian mentality, I like that all the people are friendly, welcoming and positive. After this trip, I want to improve myself as a doctor more and more, improve my English, see more countries, go on internships, learn a lot of new things and meet people!»

https://vk.com/olenkavf
Feedback from Firas Asbih about the internship in Macedonia in August 2021
«Hi all!
In August of this year, I took part in a student exchange program and went on a 2-week internship in Skopje, the capital of North Macedonia.
My practice took place at the Maria Theresa Hospital, where each student had a mentor who tried to share his rich experience and teach each of us how to perform various manipulations correctly.
I am interested in surgery, and got an internship in the department of neurosurgery. I was present at 7 operations, I even assisted in several of them. I gained invaluable experience!
We lived in a student hostel in comfortable conditions: each student had his own cozy room with good furniture and a separate shower room. In such an environment, it was easy to focus on studying after practice and get a good night's sleep.
Together with me in the group there were 10 more students from different cities of Russia. Each trained in the hospital department of their choice. The practice took place 5 days a week from 9:00 to 14:00. We traveled 10 minutes by bus to the place of internship. We spent evenings and weekends as a friendly group of students: we went to neighboring cities, kayaked, went to cafes (there is very tasty and very inexpensive).
I was pleasantly surprised that the people of Macedonia speak English very well and are very friendly towards each other and towards us - visiting students.
I am grateful to the friendly and kind staff of the Maria Theresa Hospital in Skopje for all the new knowledge that I received during the two weeks of internship.
I can say with confidence that this trip was an interesting event in my student life and the first serious experience of real medical practice.
I recommend that every student of a medical university undergo a similar practice - go on a professional internship to another country or another city in Russia and gain the experience and knowledge that are necessary in the work of a future doctor.»

Best wishes,
Asbih Firas
5th year student of St. Petersburg State Pediatric Medical University.
https://vk.com/firas23
Pavel A.
Pauline
Anna L.
Olga S.
Firas A.
Отзыв студента-медика
Pavel Aleksin
Nizhny Novgorod
«July 2018 was one of the most beautiful months of my life. After all, I spent this month in a beautiful country called Macedonia with its charming capital city of Skopje.
I went there not just to relax - but to study and exchange experience in one of the most central clinics in the Balkans - the University Clinic of Mother Teresa in Skopje, Department of Oncology.
This was an invaluable experience not only in language practice (Almost everyone in Macedonia is fluent in English, especially doctors), but also in medicine.
Many thanks to the doctors (Dr. med. sci. Violeta Klisarovska, ass. Emilija Lazarova, ass. Marina Iljovska), who every day gave us knowledge and taught us something new (it must be said that the oncology center in
Skopje is considered one of the largest and most modern centers, where patients from all the Balkan Countries and EU countries come).
Macedonia is a beautiful little country with its own traditions, culture and nature. This is a picturesque land where you want to return again and again!»

https://vk.com/team_pasha
«Friends, for the second day I have been in Macedonia and I want to show you how beautiful it is there, because we hear so little about this wonderful country!
Macedonia Internship Coordinator Sonya showed me around Skopje and the surrounding area. Mountains are visible from almost anywhere in Skopje, there is a lot of greenery, and the people are very friendly and nice. In a couple of days I will show you Ohrid)
Here doctors and the general population really know English, and this plays an important role for a productive practice. At the same time, the Macedonian language is very similar to Russian, so if your English is not very good yet, this is a great opportunity to learn something anyway. So in terms of languages the country is just universal to practice
We have recorded a video for you where Sonya talks about her internship in Macedonia, because you still have the opportunity to go to the capital Skopje or the resort town of Ohrid in July or August!
Duration of internship 1 month
The cost is 14,000 rubles +450 euros.
The cost includes accommodation and the internship itself.
Sonya accommodates visiting students in a wonderful apartment, not in a hostel, so you will definitely feel comfortable.»
Отзыв о стажировке
Review of Anna Lapina about the internship in wonderful Macedonia
«Hi all! In July of this year, I was lucky to attend an internship in Ohrid - this is Macedonia.
I can say for sure that what I saw significantly exceeded all expectations).
Ohrid is an old resort town located on the hilly shores of the lake of the same name. In the small Old Town, medieval churches, monasteries and ruins sit side by side with traditional red-tiled houses.
Above the city rise huge fortifications built on top of a hill. In a word, I can say for sure that this city is in vain included in the UNESCO World Heritage List.
But when I arrived in Ohrid, I was pleasantly surprised not only by the beauties I saw, but also by the amazing low prices in restaurants and food, as well as the quality of fruits and vegetables.
Walking in the evening along the incredibly romantic medieval streets and directly along the coastline, on your way you will meet a huge number of cute restaurants and cafes, with the prices of Moscow canteens.
Well, now let's move on to a no less pleasant topic, namely the medical component of this internship.
We did our practice in the surgical department of the city hospital. Geographically, the hospital was located very conveniently, literally a 15-minute walk from the coast.
We were given a choice of all the distances available there, but we preferred the surgical one. The working day officially began at 8 and ended at 14:00.
All the staff were very friendly to us, the doctors really tried to teach us surgical manipulations, and by the way, many of them fit perfectly in English.
I would like to express my special gratitude to Dr. Dial and Nurse Sonia, they will remain in my heart for a long time).
And in conclusion, I would like to say that it is difficult to come up with a better combination of a pleasant pastime with a useful one.»

https://vk.com/id102668424
Отзыв о зарубежной стажировке
Feedback from Olga Sergeeva about the dental internship in Macedonia in August 2021
«Hi all! In August 2021, I went for an internship for the first time. Due to the coronavirus, there were few options where I could go, so I chose North Macedonia.

To begin with, we lived in Skopje - this is the capital of the country, a wonderful city, very beautiful, calm, with its sights and entertainment. Immediately upon arrival, the organizers met me and took me to the student house. Our rooms were cozy, because of the small number of students, we all lived alone.

The second thing that struck me was that absolutely the entire population knows English. I haven't seen this anywhere else.

The guys and I all found a common language very quickly, from the first to the last day we spent all the time together, traveled to neighboring cities, kayaked, rented a mini-yacht, ate local food, went to the cinema (there are films in English with Macedonian subtitles ), in general, I was very lucky with the guys, I really hope that our communication will not end.

Practice we passed in the state hospital. Mother Teresa. Being a student of the Faculty of Dentistry, I passed it in the Dental Corps. Due to the coronavirus, at first there were problems with access to the dentistry department, so we spent time in emergency surgery and pediatric oncology.
I hope that in the future I will become an implant surgeon, so I chose the Department of Oral Surgery for my practice. Despite the fact that I have experience in working with surgeons and experience in removing teeth, I learned new things for myself, met cool doctors who allowed me to remove teeth myself under their supervision. The working day in dentistry was from 8:30 to 13:00.

What I took away from this internship for myself is that with such a work schedule, I definitely want to move from Russia. I like the Macedonian mentality, I like that all the people are friendly, welcoming and positive. After this trip, I want to improve myself as a doctor more and more, improve my English, see more countries, go on internships, learn a lot of new things and meet people!»

https://vk.com/olenkavf
Feedback from Firas Asbih about the internship in Macedonia in August 2021
«Hi all!
In August of this year, I took part in a student exchange program and went on a 2-week internship in Skopje, the capital of North Macedonia.
My practice took place at the Maria Theresa Hospital, where each student had a mentor who tried to share his rich experience and teach each of us how to perform various manipulations correctly.
I am interested in surgery, and got an internship in the department of neurosurgery. I was present at 7 operations, I even assisted in several of them. I gained invaluable experience!
We lived in a student hostel in comfortable conditions: each student had his own cozy room with good furniture and a separate shower room. In such an environment, it was easy to focus on studying after practice and get a good night's sleep.
Together with me in the group there were 10 more students from different cities of Russia. Each trained in the hospital department of their choice. The practice took place 5 days a week from 9:00 to 14:00. We traveled 10 minutes by bus to the place of internship. We spent evenings and weekends as a friendly group of students: we went to neighboring cities, kayaked, went to cafes (there is very tasty and very inexpensive).
I was pleasantly surprised that the people of Macedonia speak English very well and are very friendly towards each other and towards us - visiting students.
I am grateful to the friendly and kind staff of the Maria Theresa Hospital in Skopje for all the new knowledge that I received during the two weeks of internship.
I can say with confidence that this trip was an interesting event in my student life and the first serious experience of real medical practice.
I recommend that every student of a medical university undergo a similar practice - go on a professional internship to another country or another city in Russia and gain the experience and knowledge that are necessary in the work of a future doctor.»

Best wishes,
Asbih Firas
5th year student of St. Petersburg State Pediatric Medical University.
https://vk.com/firas23
Practice at MKNTs, Moscow
Practice at MKNTs, Moscow
Practice at MKNTs, Moscow
Tatyana A.
Victoria M.
Ivan W.
Regina F.
Zaira M.
Отзыв о российской стажировке
Tatyana Andreeva about her practice at the Moscow Clinical Research Center (MCSC), Moscow in August 2019
«From August 12 to 17, I did an internship at the Moscow Scientific Center, in the department of inflammatory bowel diseases, under the guidance of A. V. Kagramanova and D. S. Kulakov. This department provides assistance to patients with Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis at the highest level.
For 5 days I worked with the doctors of the hospital: from the stage of diagnosis and therapy to rehabilitation. The scientific center was formed on the basis of the Central Research Institute of Gastroenterology. I am very grateful to the doctors: they helped me understand the theoretical aspects of the pathogenesis and course of IBD, together with them I examined patients, collected anamnesis, together we selected therapy individually for each patient.
Special thanks for the educational visual aids, they helped me a lot to interpret the results of modern endoscopic examinations, which I observed with great interest.
For 5 whole days I lived in a hostel in the very center of Moscow, met guys from all over the world, and looked at the sights of Moscow with them.
It's been a very busy week. Thanks to the organizers for these happy memories and valuable experience.»

https://vk.com/id146370330
Victoria Matveeva about practice at the Moscow Scientific Center, Moscow
Victoria Matveeva about practice at the Moscow Scientific Center, Moscow

«For me, as a novice and practicing endoscopist, the internship turned out to be rich and voluminous.
The training took place at the Moscow Scientific Center in the department of endoscopy under the guidance of Kirill Vyacheslavovich Shishin, a person who is passionate about his work and gathered a team of young and promising doctors around him.
The department deals with both diagnostic and operative endoscopy. It should be noted that the scientific center was formed on the basis of the Central Research Institute of Gastroenterology.
Therefore, the endoscopy department is equipped with modern equipment and devices with high resolution quality.
During the five-day internship course, I managed to see quite a lot of various modern endoscopic minimally invasive procedures and operations, find out the answers and solutions to the accumulated questions and difficulties.
I liked the well-coordinated work of endoscopists, anesthesiologists and surgeons.
Accommodation was organized in a hostel in the center of Moscow, under the walls of the Kremlin, which was very convenient in terms of evening walks and leisure.
But most of the time, of course, was the internship.
Issues with the organization were resolved quickly, thanks to the organizers for this.
It's nice that you can take an internship at any time and choose the most convenient moment.
And most importantly, there is always the opportunity to communicate with colleagues and gain experience and inspiration for future work.»

https://vk.com/id64064155
Feedback from Ivan Ustinov about the internship at the Moscow Scientific Center, Moscow.
«Hi all! Passed a week-long internship at MKNTs them. Loginov in the department of head and neck tumors. There are a lot of branches, but it so happened that my choice fell on this one.
On the first day, I was assigned to a curator from the department, but despite this, I also visited a couple of others. :)
During the internship, I managed to participate in the reception and questioning of patients, the collection of anamnesis, medical rounds, operations, attended lectures on cancer prevention. There were no time limits, you can stay for a day, they won't kick you out. There will also be something to do at this time. Everything is limited only by the employment of doctors. :)
They allowed me to do some manipulations, dressings, answered all questions and, on the whole, were quite friendly.
It is good that there is such an opportunity to try yourself in the direction that you have chosen for yourself, to think and decide whether it is for you or not, to communicate with experienced doctors.
In general, an internship is similar to a summer internship from a university. There are just more possibilities. :)»

https://vk.com/id32550535
Feedback from Regina Farkhutdinova about the internship at the Moscow Scientific Center in July 2021.
She completed an internship at the Department of Gynecology and Women's Health Clinic at the Loginov Moscow Scientific Center.
«I liked everything from the first minute! Arriving for the first time for an internship as a whole, it was very exciting. First, many thanks to the training department, they greeted me with the words: we are waiting for you! It became so calm and confident.
Then they explained to me in detail how to get through, and I got into a very friendly team of gynecologists. The curator immediately asked what interests me - and immediately agreed with a specialist who deals with my topic.
All doctors openly shared their experience, were interested and friendly! Despite their workload, they always explained clearly and in detail.
Special thanks to the women's health clinic. The head immediately assigned me to the doctors - a gynecologist and an oncologist-mammologist, where they also openly and friendly shared their experience with me, which I will really need in my future practice.
I would like to note that this clinic is a priority - patients, despite the workload of doctors, always devote enough time to each patient, very carefully assessing the anamnesis. Thanks a lot! I recommend!»

https://vk.com/rfarkhutdinova
Feedback from Zaira Mirzebekova from Uray (Khanty-Mansiysk Autonomous Okrug) about her internship at the Moscow Clinical Research Center. A.S. Loginov in July 2021
«I completed an internship at the Moscow Scientific Center named after. A.S. Loginova in July this year.
I express my deep gratitude to the organizers of the course, I wish prosperity to your good cause.
I want to express my deep gratitude to the head of the Department of Functional Diagnostics Boyko Natalya Viktorovna, Irma Zaurievna for the professional approach to training, valuable advice in the work of a doctor of functional diagnostics.
I was very satisfied with the course, I recommend you to my colleagues.»
Tatyana A.
Victoria M.
Ivan W.
Regina F.
Zaira M.
Отзыв о российской стажировке
Tatyana Andreeva about her practice at the Moscow Clinical Research Center (MCSC), Moscow in August 2019
«From August 12 to 17, I did an internship at the Moscow Scientific Center, in the department of inflammatory bowel diseases, under the guidance of A. V. Kagramanova and D. S. Kulakov. This department provides assistance to patients with Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis at the highest level.
For 5 days I worked with the doctors of the hospital: from the stage of diagnosis and therapy to rehabilitation. The scientific center was formed on the basis of the Central Research Institute of Gastroenterology. I am very grateful to the doctors: they helped me understand the theoretical aspects of the pathogenesis and course of IBD, together with them I examined patients, collected anamnesis, together we selected therapy individually for each patient.
Special thanks for the educational visual aids, they helped me a lot to interpret the results of modern endoscopic examinations, which I observed with great interest.
For 5 whole days I lived in a hostel in the very center of Moscow, met guys from all over the world, and looked at the sights of Moscow with them.
It's been a very busy week. Thanks to the organizers for these happy memories and valuable experience.»

https://vk.com/id146370330
Victoria Matveeva about practice at the Moscow Scientific Center, Moscow
Victoria Matveeva about practice at the Moscow Scientific Center, Moscow

«For me, as a novice and practicing endoscopist, the internship turned out to be rich and voluminous.
The training took place at the Moscow Scientific Center in the department of endoscopy under the guidance of Kirill Vyacheslavovich Shishin, a person who is passionate about his work and gathered a team of young and promising doctors around him.
The department deals with both diagnostic and operative endoscopy. It should be noted that the scientific center was formed on the basis of the Central Research Institute of Gastroenterology.
Therefore, the endoscopy department is equipped with modern equipment and devices with high resolution quality.
During the five-day internship course, I managed to see quite a lot of various modern endoscopic minimally invasive procedures and operations, find out the answers and solutions to the accumulated questions and difficulties.
I liked the well-coordinated work of endoscopists, anesthesiologists and surgeons.
Accommodation was organized in a hostel in the center of Moscow, under the walls of the Kremlin, which was very convenient in terms of evening walks and leisure.
But most of the time, of course, was the internship.
Issues with the organization were resolved quickly, thanks to the organizers for this.
It's nice that you can take an internship at any time and choose the most convenient moment.
And most importantly, there is always the opportunity to communicate with colleagues and gain experience and inspiration for future work.»

https://vk.com/id64064155
Feedback from Ivan Ustinov about the internship at the Moscow Scientific Center, Moscow.
«Hi all! Passed a week-long internship at MKNTs them. Loginov in the department of head and neck tumors. There are a lot of branches, but it so happened that my choice fell on this one.
On the first day, I was assigned to a curator from the department, but despite this, I also visited a couple of others. :)
During the internship, I managed to participate in the reception and questioning of patients, the collection of anamnesis, medical rounds, operations, attended lectures on cancer prevention. There were no time limits, you can stay for a day, they won't kick you out. There will also be something to do at this time. Everything is limited only by the employment of doctors. :)
They allowed me to do some manipulations, dressings, answered all questions and, on the whole, were quite friendly.
It is good that there is such an opportunity to try yourself in the direction that you have chosen for yourself, to think and decide whether it is for you or not, to communicate with experienced doctors.
In general, an internship is similar to a summer internship from a university. There are just more possibilities. :)»

https://vk.com/id32550535
Feedback from Regina Farkhutdinova about the internship at the Moscow Scientific Center in July 2021.
She completed an internship at the Department of Gynecology and Women's Health Clinic at the Loginov Moscow Scientific Center.
«I liked everything from the first minute! Arriving for the first time for an internship as a whole, it was very exciting. First, many thanks to the training department, they greeted me with the words: we are waiting for you! It became so calm and confident.
Then they explained to me in detail how to get through, and I got into a very friendly team of gynecologists. The curator immediately asked what interests me - and immediately agreed with a specialist who deals with my topic.
All doctors openly shared their experience, were interested and friendly! Despite their workload, they always explained clearly and in detail.
Special thanks to the women's health clinic. The head immediately assigned me to the doctors - a gynecologist and an oncologist-mammologist, where they also openly and friendly shared their experience with me, which I will really need in my future practice.
I would like to note that this clinic is a priority - patients, despite the workload of doctors, always devote enough time to each patient, very carefully assessing the anamnesis. Thanks a lot! I recommend!»

https://vk.com/rfarkhutdinova
Feedback from Zaira Mirzebekova from Uray (Khanty-Mansiysk Autonomous Okrug) about her internship at the Moscow Clinical Research Center. A.S. Loginov in July 2021
«I completed an internship at the Moscow Scientific Center named after. A.S. Loginova in July this year.
I express my deep gratitude to the organizers of the course, I wish prosperity to your good cause.
I want to express my deep gratitude to the head of the Department of Functional Diagnostics Boyko Natalya Viktorovna, Irma Zaurievna for the professional approach to training, valuable advice in the work of a doctor of functional diagnostics.
I was very satisfied with the course, I recommend you to my colleagues.»
Spain
Spain
Spain
Irina P.
Alexandra P.
Review of our young doctor Irina Potapova about the internship in Spain.
«Hi all! My name is Potapova Irina and I will be happy to share with you my internship experience in Spain.
With the help of an invitation from the Medical University of Malaga, the Consulate of Spain issued a study visa, so the dream came true and I am in Spain!
I got into the department of dermatology, in connection with which I was upset at first. I am interested exclusively in surgery, and then I realized that this was a gift of fate. Dermatology in Spain is a surgical specialty! And the range of work of doctors is simply limitless - starting with acne and ending with the removal of various skin carcinomas followed by skin transplantation.
In addition, dermatologists perform joint operations with oncologists, nuclear medicine doctors (using an ultrasonic gamma detector, they determine the presence of cancer cells in the lymph nodes and then remove the necessary tissues), vascular surgeons.
It was the first time I saw Mohs micrographic surgery, and all this is combined with outpatient admission of patients - we see the dynamics and in most cases a long-term remission or recovery.
Doctors with their examples and presentation of information incredibly stimulate and motivate to be a brilliant Doctor!»
Feedback from Alexandra Pakhomova about the internship in Spain in 2022
«I don't know how to write beautiful reviews, but I will try while the memories are fresh.
Thank you so much TRAVELANDMED Medical Internships for your work and help, the scale is impressive!
About the internship: I was in the anesthesiology department at HM Hospitales Torrelodones, the head doctor, Belenm Alvaro, immediately took me under her wing, and despite her busyness, she taught, gave me manipulations, told me. Plaza de Madrid area. I worked very hard: Mon Thu from 9.00 to 20, Fri Sat from 8.00 to 15.00
I also want to thank Dr. David Kanzo, who supervised me, explained difficult topics, motivated and praised me! Dr. Isabel, she and I practiced ventilation and laryngeal mask placement. Nurse Louise, who supported me in everything.
And in general to all the medical staff, who were sympathetic to my low level of Spanish. And of course, the buffet staff who kept my metabolism in good shape.»

@Vsem_pizhamku
Irina P.
Alexandra P.
Review of our young doctor Irina Potapova about the internship in Spain.
«Hi all! My name is Potapova Irina and I will be happy to share with you my internship experience in Spain.
With the help of an invitation from the Medical University of Malaga, the Consulate of Spain issued a study visa, so the dream came true and I am in Spain!
I got into the department of dermatology, in connection with which I was upset at first. I am interested exclusively in surgery, and then I realized that this was a gift of fate. Dermatology in Spain is a surgical specialty! And the range of work of doctors is simply limitless - starting with acne and ending with the removal of various skin carcinomas followed by skin transplantation.
In addition, dermatologists perform joint operations with oncologists, nuclear medicine doctors (using an ultrasonic gamma detector, they determine the presence of cancer cells in the lymph nodes and then remove the necessary tissues), vascular surgeons.
It was the first time I saw Mohs micrographic surgery, and all this is combined with outpatient admission of patients - we see the dynamics and in most cases a long-term remission or recovery.
Doctors with their examples and presentation of information incredibly stimulate and motivate to be a brilliant Doctor!»
Feedback from Alexandra Pakhomova about the internship in Spain in 2022
«I don't know how to write beautiful reviews, but I will try while the memories are fresh.
Thank you so much TRAVELANDMED Medical Internships for your work and help, the scale is impressive!
About the internship: I was in the anesthesiology department at HM Hospitales Torrelodones, the head doctor, Belenm Alvaro, immediately took me under her wing, and despite her busyness, she taught, gave me manipulations, told me. Plaza de Madrid area. I worked very hard: Mon Thu from 9.00 to 20, Fri Sat from 8.00 to 15.00
I also want to thank Dr. David Kanzo, who supervised me, explained difficult topics, motivated and praised me! Dr. Isabel, she and I practiced ventilation and laryngeal mask placement. Nurse Louise, who supported me in everything.
And in general to all the medical staff, who were sympathetic to my low level of Spanish. And of course, the buffet staff who kept my metabolism in good shape.»

@Vsem_pizhamku
TsNIISiCHLH, Moscow
TsNIISiCHLH, Moscow
TsNIISiCHLH, Moscow
Alexander B.
Anastasia A.
Almat U.
Iqmat Ch.
Alexander Baranov's review of the dental internship at TsNIISiChLH in July 2021.
«Hello, my name is Alexander!
From July 15 to July 29, I did an internship at the Department of Clinical and Experimental Implantology at TsNIISiChLH in Moscow.
I am a 4th year student of the Faculty of Dentistry and this was my first experience in terms of internships in general. These 10 days that I spent surrounded by the doctors of the clinic (truly masters of their craft) will be remembered by me for a long time.
The weekly structure of work in the department is as follows:
1 working day - outpatient appointment,
4 working days - days of operations.
On the first day of the internship, I managed to visit the operations only as a spectator, the subsequent days I directly assisted both in operations and in outpatient appointments.
He also filmed the stages of the operation for a photo / video protocol, to create educational courses. In addition, he was constantly present during the preparation of patients for surgery, at consultations, postoperative recommendations. (In general, clearly, on a good example, I managed to observe and learn the interaction of a doctor with a patient). Began to master programs for reading CT.
The team of doctors, led by the curator to whom I was assigned, is very friendly; from the outside, their work is similar to the operation of a single, well-oiled mechanism. After the operations, the doctors answered my questions very clearly and in detail, shared tips and recommendations on building my further educational process.
For a student who is still 2 years away from graduation, this internship was also useful from the point of view that it was here that I saw that bar, that peak, which I should strive to achieve. Very inspired and got a good motivation to move forward!
The doctors themselves never stop learning. They apply all the best in their work and constantly introduce something new into their practice!
In general, I liked everything! I am very grateful to the team with whom I was lucky to work these 10 days! I also want to say thank you for organizing the internship and accommodation, you are great!»

@sakharo4eck (Instagram)
Feedback from Anastasia Antonova about the internship at TsNIISiChLH in the summer of 2021
«In the summer of 2 weeks, I was lucky to have my first practice at the Central Research Institute and the ChLH in Moscow, specializing in modern implantology and orthodontics.
I am very glad that my first practice took place in this place, as medicine is now rapidly developing, new technologies are developing, and how pleasant and interesting it was to observe that everything is very developed in this place.
I was very impressed with implantology, despite the fact that I was still in my 2nd year. Brailovskaya Tatyana Vladislavovna explained everything with dignity and very interestingly, gave her practice, it was very interesting!
Orthodontics was no less interesting, I could not even imagine how many different interesting cases and diseases there are in children.
When I told my teachers where I had my internship, they were SHOCKED (in a good way) that undergraduate students were already doing internships in such places, and I also believe that you need to study with the most advanced doctors and in places where there are absolutely everything is modern.
Without a doubt, my next internship will take place in the Central NISS and CHLH! Thank you for making this possible!!!»
Review of Urazov Almat Aisagaliev from Kazakhstan about the internship at the Central Research Institute of Chemistry and Chemistry in Moscow
«I want to share my impressions of being on an internship at the TsNIIS and CHLS clinic in December 2021.
I am a plastic surgeon, I came to plastic surgery from general surgery in 2013, having completed primary professional retraining in Chelyabinsk with Professor S.A. Vasiliev.
I went to the organizers of the internship via the Internet, at first I considered clinics from far abroad, after communicating online, I stopped at the TsNIISiCHLH clinic in Moscow. Didn't regret my choice.
He spent 2 weeks in the department of plastic and reconstructive surgery, got acquainted with the technique of reconstructive operations on the auricle, nose, periorbital region, on the soft tissues of the face.
Many thanks to the organizers and the Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery! I look forward to further fruitful cooperation!»
Sincerely, Urazov A.A.

@dr.almaturazov (Instagram)
Feedback from Ikmat uulu Chyngyzbek from Osh (Kyrgyzstan) about the internship at the Central Research Institute of Chemistry and Chemistry in Moscow in February 2022
«The most outstanding scientists of Russia work at TsNIIS and ChLH. Their names can be seen in the most modern medical textbooks.
During these two weeks I could see different complex operations more than in my professional life. Here they solve the most complex problems of people related to the jaw, face and teeth.
And I am eternally grateful to Prof. Brailovskoy T.V., Korolev V.M., Pavlovich V.A. and organizers of this internship TRAVELANDMED Medical Internships.»

@dr.chyngyzbek (Instagram)
Alexander B.
Anastasia A.
Almat U.
Iqmat Ch.
Alexander Baranov's review of the dental internship at TsNIISiChLH in July 2021.
«Hello, my name is Alexander!
From July 15 to July 29, I did an internship at the Department of Clinical and Experimental Implantology at TsNIISiChLH in Moscow.
I am a 4th year student of the Faculty of Dentistry and this was my first experience in terms of internships in general. These 10 days that I spent surrounded by the doctors of the clinic (truly masters of their craft) will be remembered by me for a long time.
The weekly structure of work in the department is as follows:
1 working day - outpatient appointment,
4 working days - days of operations.
On the first day of the internship, I managed to visit the operations only as a spectator, the subsequent days I directly assisted both in operations and in outpatient appointments.
He also filmed the stages of the operation for a photo / video protocol, to create educational courses. In addition, he was constantly present during the preparation of patients for surgery, at consultations, postoperative recommendations. (In general, clearly, on a good example, I managed to observe and learn the interaction of a doctor with a patient). Began to master programs for reading CT.
The team of doctors, led by the curator to whom I was assigned, is very friendly; from the outside, their work is similar to the operation of a single, well-oiled mechanism. After the operations, the doctors answered my questions very clearly and in detail, shared tips and recommendations on building my further educational process.
For a student who is still 2 years away from graduation, this internship was also useful from the point of view that it was here that I saw that bar, that peak, which I should strive to achieve. Very inspired and got a good motivation to move forward!
The doctors themselves never stop learning. They apply all the best in their work and constantly introduce something new into their practice!
In general, I liked everything! I am very grateful to the team with whom I was lucky to work these 10 days! I also want to say thank you for organizing the internship and accommodation, you are great!»

@sakharo4eck (Instagram)
Feedback from Anastasia Antonova about the internship at TsNIISiChLH in the summer of 2021
«In the summer of 2 weeks, I was lucky to have my first practice at the Central Research Institute and the ChLH in Moscow, specializing in modern implantology and orthodontics.
I am very glad that my first practice took place in this place, as medicine is now rapidly developing, new technologies are developing, and how pleasant and interesting it was to observe that everything is very developed in this place.
I was very impressed with implantology, despite the fact that I was still in my 2nd year. Brailovskaya Tatyana Vladislavovna explained everything with dignity and very interestingly, gave her practice, it was very interesting!
Orthodontics was no less interesting, I could not even imagine how many different interesting cases and diseases there are in children.
When I told my teachers where I had my internship, they were SHOCKED (in a good way) that undergraduate students were already doing internships in such places, and I also believe that you need to study with the most advanced doctors and in places where there are absolutely everything is modern.
Without a doubt, my next internship will take place in the Central NISS and CHLH! Thank you for making this possible!!!»
Review of Urazov Almat Aisagaliev from Kazakhstan about the internship at the Central Research Institute of Chemistry and Chemistry in Moscow
«I want to share my impressions of being on an internship at the TsNIIS and CHLS clinic in December 2021.
I am a plastic surgeon, I came to plastic surgery from general surgery in 2013, having completed primary professional retraining in Chelyabinsk with Professor S.A. Vasiliev.
I went to the organizers of the internship via the Internet, at first I considered clinics from far abroad, after communicating online, I stopped at the TsNIISiCHLH clinic in Moscow. Didn't regret my choice.
He spent 2 weeks in the department of plastic and reconstructive surgery, got acquainted with the technique of reconstructive operations on the auricle, nose, periorbital region, on the soft tissues of the face.
Many thanks to the organizers and the Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery! I look forward to further fruitful cooperation!»
Sincerely, Urazov A.A.

@dr.almaturazov (Instagram)
Feedback from Ikmat uulu Chyngyzbek from Osh (Kyrgyzstan) about the internship at the Central Research Institute of Chemistry and Chemistry in Moscow in February 2022
«The most outstanding scientists of Russia work at TsNIIS and ChLH. Their names can be seen in the most modern medical textbooks.
During these two weeks I could see different complex operations more than in my professional life. Here they solve the most complex problems of people related to the jaw, face and teeth.
And I am eternally grateful to Prof. Brailovskoy T.V., Korolev V.M., Pavlovich V.A. and organizers of this internship TRAVELANDMED Medical Internships.»

@dr.chyngyzbek (Instagram)
School of Surgery, Moscow
School of Surgery, Moscow
School of Surgery, Moscow
Lyubov G.
Dmitry M.
Anastasia Sh.
Alexander M.
Elena B.
Lyuba Gorlovka about the School of Surgery.
«Moscow. Surgical school 2017.
It was an incredible experience in my life, which ultimately helped me decide on the choice of a specialty.
Now I am a residency student, and I remember my surgical practice in Moscow with great warmth. Meeting new amazing people, studying, to which we even devoted too much time, evening and night walks around Moscow.
I refreshed my old knowledge, and also got a new incredible experience of practical work, which was so lacking during my studies at the university. And also, I received a very powerful «motivational kick» towards surgery. (Which, in fact, I am doing now)
Many thanks to the organizers for the work done. School colleagues for the wonderful time spent together. And to everyone who made this trip possible.»

https://vk.com/id84886561
Feedback from Dmitry Menshchikov from Chelyabinsk.
«In August of this summer, I visited the Moscow Surgical School. It included seminars, practice and a social program.
Thanks to her, I learned surgical sutures, knots and work with a laparoscope, attended operations, learned a lot of new things for myself.
The school was attended by foreign students, which made it possible to make interesting acquaintances and improve my English.
We lived in a very comfortable hostel in the center of Moscow near the metro station Biblioteka im. Lenin", 300 meters from the Kremlin.
The hospital was located in another part of the city, but this did not cause problems, since it was located at the end station of the red line.
We were in the classroom from 09:00 to 16:00, the first half of the day - lectures, visits to operations and various departments, the second - practice.
When working out a variety of different surgical sutures and knots and working with a laparoscope, various types of simulators and a computer simulator were used.
There were no shortages of materials or tools, but in such cases everything was kindly provided.
Meals were two meals a day: breakfast - in the hostel (all the necessary products were purchased by the organizers), lunch - in the hospital, where they fed very tasty and adjusted to our tastes.
A friendly team constantly worked with us, who helped with any questions and studies and organized an unforgettable entertainment program in the center of Moscow.
The routes were carefully thought out, so that the days were scheduled by the hour.
The Moscow Surgical School is a great place to have a good time, acquire useful skills for your future profession and visit the capital of our country.»

https://vk.com/mindmi45
Review of our student from Novosibirsk Anastasia Shumeikina about the School of Surgery in Moscow
«The school was held in the hospital of the Central Union of the Russian Federation, which is the department of endoscopy for medical universities.
The program consisted of lectures, practical exercises and visits to operations.
In the morning we visited various operations, where the doctors explained everything in great detail;
followed by lectures
study of theoretical material, lunch,
after - work with computer and manual simulators.
We lived in a double room, two minutes from the metro, got to the hospital in an average of 30 minutes.
After 16:00, it was also possible to stay in the hospital on duty, to further develop skills at the simulators until any hour
Classes were conducted by surgeons, the material was presented very interestingly
I highly recommend the school to those who want to feel what surgery is, learn the basics of laparoscopy.»

https://vk.com/anastasia_shumeykina
Feedback from Alexander Mikhailov on participation in the School of Surgery in August 2021.
«Recently, the Moscow Surgical School ended, in which I was lucky to take part. Under the current circumstances, with most clinics closed to students due to covid, this is a great opportunity to gain hands-on knowledge in the clinic.
The school lasted 5 days and consisted of lectures on endosurgery, vascular surgery, and thoracic surgery. A lot of time was devoted to honing manual skills such as: basic surgical skills, vascular suture and work with endoscopic simulators.
The theory was supported by visits to real operations, where surgeons explained and commented on all their actions. Bariatric surgeries were attended by all school participants. I was lucky to get into a urological operation as an assistant. It was an unforgettable experience.
The doctors of the clinic held master classes on hysteroscopy, colonoscopy, trocar cystostomy.
The main opportunity is direct communication with professors and doctors of the clinic. I had a question about diagnostics, and I immediately received a detailed answer from the head of the endoscopy department, and as a bonus, I also received a small practical course.
Every day flew by quickly, I did not even have time to notice how the school ended and it was already necessary to leave home. The school is a great way for students to learn basic surgical skills, watch surgeons at work and get a lot of useful information.»

@algra4ov
Feedback from Elena Boriskina on participation in the School of Surgery in August 2021
«This summer I graduated from the school of surgery and now I will have my review. I found it at TRAVEL AND MED, they do internships both abroad and in Russia.
⠀⠀⠀⠀
What happened at this school?
Focus on basic surgical skills:
- knitting surgical knots
- basic sutures in surgery (we had 9, some basic, some advanced)
- training on laparoscopic simulators, which was very useful.
⠀⠀⠀⠀
Also:
-lectures on endovideosurgery, vascular surgery
- lectures and skills from experts who work in the hospital (as I said, there are many retraining departments of my university on the basis of this hospital, so it was nice)
We had a lecture on hiatal hernia, surgeons shared their experience, told various life hacks in surgery and taught how to work on simulators.
-operations, here I want to sharpen your attention a little
⠀⠀⠀⠀
This hospital is not an emergency room or some kind of super famous, so there are very few patients in the corridors, as there is no turnover and a large flow of people. There will be no complicated cases and operations. All operations are scheduled and most of them are paid. Surgeons are warned that there are students (we) in the hospital who will come for operations, so they are willing to explain and tell everything, I do not take into account the nurses, who for some reason have hatred for students everywhere.
⠀⠀⠀⠀
Operations mainly in bariatric surgery, urological, I also managed to see 3 hysteroscopies (gynecology).
⠀⠀⠀⠀
I highly recommend this school to students and those who want to know basic surgery and have never trained. Here you will learn everything, as there is plenty of time for practice. And of course, new acquaintances are definitely a plus, the guys came from different parts of Russia.»

@lenokmedicine
Lyubov G.
Dmitry M.
Anastasia Sh.
Alexander M.
Elena B.
Lyuba Gorlovka about the School of Surgery.
«Moscow. Surgical school 2017.
It was an incredible experience in my life, which ultimately helped me decide on the choice of a specialty.
Now I am a residency student, and I remember my surgical practice in Moscow with great warmth. Meeting new amazing people, studying, to which we even devoted too much time, evening and night walks around Moscow.
I refreshed my old knowledge, and also got a new incredible experience of practical work, which was so lacking during my studies at the university. And also, I received a very powerful «motivational kick» towards surgery. (Which, in fact, I am doing now)
Many thanks to the organizers for the work done. School colleagues for the wonderful time spent together. And to everyone who made this trip possible.»

https://vk.com/id84886561
Feedback from Dmitry Menshchikov from Chelyabinsk.
«In August of this summer, I visited the Moscow Surgical School. It included seminars, practice and a social program.
Thanks to her, I learned surgical sutures, knots and work with a laparoscope, attended operations, learned a lot of new things for myself.
The school was attended by foreign students, which made it possible to make interesting acquaintances and improve my English.
We lived in a very comfortable hostel in the center of Moscow near the metro station Biblioteka im. Lenin", 300 meters from the Kremlin.
The hospital was located in another part of the city, but this did not cause problems, since it was located at the end station of the red line.
We were in the classroom from 09:00 to 16:00, the first half of the day - lectures, visits to operations and various departments, the second - practice.
When working out a variety of different surgical sutures and knots and working with a laparoscope, various types of simulators and a computer simulator were used.
There were no shortages of materials or tools, but in such cases everything was kindly provided.
Meals were two meals a day: breakfast - in the hostel (all the necessary products were purchased by the organizers), lunch - in the hospital, where they fed very tasty and adjusted to our tastes.
A friendly team constantly worked with us, who helped with any questions and studies and organized an unforgettable entertainment program in the center of Moscow.
The routes were carefully thought out, so that the days were scheduled by the hour.
The Moscow Surgical School is a great place to have a good time, acquire useful skills for your future profession and visit the capital of our country.»

https://vk.com/mindmi45
Review of our student from Novosibirsk Anastasia Shumeikina about the School of Surgery in Moscow
«The school was held in the hospital of the Central Union of the Russian Federation, which is the department of endoscopy for medical universities.
The program consisted of lectures, practical exercises and visits to operations.
In the morning we visited various operations, where the doctors explained everything in great detail;
followed by lectures
study of theoretical material, lunch,
after - work with computer and manual simulators.
We lived in a double room, two minutes from the metro, got to the hospital in an average of 30 minutes.
After 16:00, it was also possible to stay in the hospital on duty, to further develop skills at the simulators until any hour
Classes were conducted by surgeons, the material was presented very interestingly
I highly recommend the school to those who want to feel what surgery is, learn the basics of laparoscopy.»

https://vk.com/anastasia_shumeykina
Feedback from Alexander Mikhailov on participation in the School of Surgery in August 2021.
«Recently, the Moscow Surgical School ended, in which I was lucky to take part. Under the current circumstances, with most clinics closed to students due to covid, this is a great opportunity to gain hands-on knowledge in the clinic.
The school lasted 5 days and consisted of lectures on endosurgery, vascular surgery, and thoracic surgery. A lot of time was devoted to honing manual skills such as: basic surgical skills, vascular suture and work with endoscopic simulators.
The theory was supported by visits to real operations, where surgeons explained and commented on all their actions. Bariatric surgeries were attended by all school participants. I was lucky to get into a urological operation as an assistant. It was an unforgettable experience.
The doctors of the clinic held master classes on hysteroscopy, colonoscopy, trocar cystostomy.
The main opportunity is direct communication with professors and doctors of the clinic. I had a question about diagnostics, and I immediately received a detailed answer from the head of the endoscopy department, and as a bonus, I also received a small practical course.
Every day flew by quickly, I did not even have time to notice how the school ended and it was already necessary to leave home. The school is a great way for students to learn basic surgical skills, watch surgeons at work and get a lot of useful information.»

@algra4ov
Feedback from Elena Boriskina on participation in the School of Surgery in August 2021
«This summer I graduated from the school of surgery and now I will have my review. I found it at TRAVEL AND MED, they do internships both abroad and in Russia.
⠀⠀⠀⠀
What happened at this school?
Focus on basic surgical skills:
- knitting surgical knots
- basic sutures in surgery (we had 9, some basic, some advanced)
- training on laparoscopic simulators, which was very useful.
⠀⠀⠀⠀
Also:
-lectures on endovideosurgery, vascular surgery
- lectures and skills from experts who work in the hospital (as I said, there are many retraining departments of my university on the basis of this hospital, so it was nice)
We had a lecture on hiatal hernia, surgeons shared their experience, told various life hacks in surgery and taught how to work on simulators.
-operations, here I want to sharpen your attention a little
⠀⠀⠀⠀
This hospital is not an emergency room or some kind of super famous, so there are very few patients in the corridors, as there is no turnover and a large flow of people. There will be no complicated cases and operations. All operations are scheduled and most of them are paid. Surgeons are warned that there are students (we) in the hospital who will come for operations, so they are willing to explain and tell everything, I do not take into account the nurses, who for some reason have hatred for students everywhere.
⠀⠀⠀⠀
Operations mainly in bariatric surgery, urological, I also managed to see 3 hysteroscopies (gynecology).
⠀⠀⠀⠀
I highly recommend this school to students and those who want to know basic surgery and have never trained. Here you will learn everything, as there is plenty of time for practice. And of course, new acquaintances are definitely a plus, the guys came from different parts of Russia.»

@lenokmedicine
Germany
Germany
Germany
Tatyana S.
Larissa B.
Maxim Sh.
Dmitry R.
Tanya Stepanova, St. Petersburg
«It was an amazing 2.5 weeks in Erding (Germany)!
PRACTICE.
This internship opened up a different level of dentistry to which I can and should aspire.
I was assigned to an incredible mentor to a doctor whose clinic provides all types of dental services, with the exception of orthodontics.
I went almost every day from the beginning to the end of the working day, with the exception of a couple of times when I asked for leave on excursions. Although the doctor was ready to let me go as long as I want.
The attitude of the clinic staff to me, to each other, to patients, as well as patients to doctors, simply amazed me.
Everything is done with the highest level of respect.
The doctor introduced me to each patient, told me about all his actions, answered any questions, was always in touch with me and was ready to solve any issue that worried me at absolutely any time. At first, he began to give him assistance, and later even entrusted him to carry out the treatment on his own! (yes, yes, at first I also thought that in Germany they wouldn't let me see the patient at all)
He even taught the secrets of successful implantation, high-quality sutures, reading and calculating CT scans, and much more.
I felt like part of the family
A week later, the doctor, knowing that I was planning to be an orthodontist, arranged with a purely orthodontic clinic to see me for a few days. She became my second German family
If your idea of medicine, incl. dentistry, in Germany corresponds to the phrase "there is a level there!", you are 100% right. Equipment, materials, workplace organization, 6-handed work, paperwork, all seem perfect! There is definitely something to see and learn.
HOUSING AND FOOD.
Having paid 20,000 rubles on top, I asked to provide me with housing. And although it was planned to stay in a room, possibly with other program participants, in the end I was settled alone in a 4 * hotel with breakfast included (still in shock, how it happened, maybe I just got so lucky for some reason).
The clinics there have a legal break, at least from 12:00 to 13:00, in which we all had lunch together. And for me, all the times it was at the expense of the clinic.

https://vk.com/stepnooha
Larisa Biyachueva, Dagestan
«My name is Biyachueva Larisa. I am a 5th year student of the Medical Faculty of the Dagestan State Medical University.
In September of this year, I completed an internship - medical practice in the surgical department of the 'Helios' clinic in Erlenbach am Main, Bavaria, Germany.
Practice began on September 17, at 8:00 am local time. At the hospital, I was greeted by friendly staff who helped me settle into the room allocated for my stay for two weeks.
An employee of the administration of the 'Sekretariat Chirurgie I', Anna Löhr, processed my documents for the internship and gave me a system phone that receives calls from the hospital staff to contact me.
Meeting with Chefarzt.
The head physician of the hospital, Dr. Siegfried Beller, is an abdominal surgeon, a native of Austria, who came to work in a German clinic. From the first day, Dr. Beller took me on rounds with him, told me about the organization of the hospital, attached me to the surgeons from the department to supervise my work and not leave me idle. This is how I got to know the excellent staff of the surgical department of the Erlenbach Hospital.
I was incredibly pleased with the German automation systems that minimize human labor.
I would like to note that the hospital provided me with three meals a day (buffet), a separate room with all the things necessary for living (the room is located in the hostel at the hospital, i.e. from the room to the hospital - 1 minute walk!)...»

full feedback
https://vk.com/frankenlo
Maxim Shcherbakov, Moscow
«I am a 4th year student at the Medical Institute of the Peoples' Friendship University of Russia.
From 23.01. to 06.02. 2019 I completed an internship at the Department of Surgical Oncology and Biological Therapy at MediasKlinikum (Burghausen, Bavaria, Germany).
This practice helped me to see and practically assess the level of oncology, using the example of at least one clinic in Germany.
They met me in the clinic very warmly and quite friendly, as if they were waiting for their old acquaintance, which immediately struck me and certainly endeared me.
They showed me my room, told me which clinic I was in, about its specifics, about its capabilities, and immediately brought me up to date. They gave us a plan for the work of the clinic for the next few days.
The next day I got acquainted with the Administration of the clinic, with the staff of the Secretariat. He introduced himself to the head physician - Professor, Doctor of Medical Sciences Karl Aigner. In turn, the Professor conducted a "mini-interview" with me in a question-answer format to assess my academic level ... »

full feedback
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Dmitry Radionov
«Medical Practice at Bezirksklinikum Wöllershof is just beginning and there is a lot of interesting things ahead!
Let's get acquainted with the heritage of German classical psychiatry and bring the national spirit!
I am delighted with everything.
I work in the department of affective psychosis.
The doctors took it sooooo well, respectful attitude, communication on you, everyone smiles, the head of the doctor praised the German language. I work in departments of affective psychoses - 8 - the beginning of the working day, 16 - the end of the working day.
At 9-00 we look at all patients
At 12-00 Besprechung with the chief doctor
Starting next week, I'm moving to the schizophrenic psychosis department.
They feed me, but I still go to the store, buy groceries
VielenDank!!! Das ist wunderbare Abenteuer!!!! Thanks a lot! It's an incredible adventure!!!
Again, you make people happy
It's just that my dream was to go to practice in Germany
And I really liked that you are treated as an equal! That you are a doctor (whatever your nationality and level) - you are a doctor
And of course, the classics of psychiatry are the Germans, so I advise everyone to go, if you get to know her abroad, then to this country.

https://vk.com/dirradique
Tatyana S.
Larissa B.
Maxim Sh.
Dmitry R.
Tanya Stepanova, St. Petersburg
«It was an amazing 2.5 weeks in Erding (Germany)!
PRACTICE.
This internship opened up a different level of dentistry to which I can and should aspire.
I was assigned to an incredible mentor to a doctor whose clinic provides all types of dental services, with the exception of orthodontics.
I went almost every day from the beginning to the end of the working day, with the exception of a couple of times when I asked for leave on excursions. Although the doctor was ready to let me go as long as I want.
The attitude of the clinic staff to me, to each other, to patients, as well as patients to doctors, simply amazed me.
Everything is done with the highest level of respect.
The doctor introduced me to each patient, told me about all his actions, answered any questions, was always in touch with me and was ready to solve any issue that worried me at absolutely any time. At first, he began to give him assistance, and later even entrusted him to carry out the treatment on his own! (yes, yes, at first I also thought that in Germany they wouldn't let me see the patient at all)
He even taught the secrets of successful implantation, high-quality sutures, reading and calculating CT scans, and much more.
I felt like part of the family
A week later, the doctor, knowing that I was planning to be an orthodontist, arranged with a purely orthodontic clinic to see me for a few days. She became my second German family
If your idea of medicine, incl. dentistry, in Germany corresponds to the phrase "there is a level there!", you are 100% right. Equipment, materials, workplace organization, 6-handed work, paperwork, all seem perfect! There is definitely something to see and learn.
HOUSING AND FOOD.
Having paid 20,000 rubles on top, I asked to provide me with housing. And although it was planned to stay in a room, possibly with other program participants, in the end I was settled alone in a 4 * hotel with breakfast included (still in shock, how it happened, maybe I just got so lucky for some reason).
The clinics there have a legal break, at least from 12:00 to 13:00, in which we all had lunch together. And for me, all the times it was at the expense of the clinic.

https://vk.com/stepnooha
Larisa Biyachueva, Dagestan
«My name is Biyachueva Larisa. I am a 5th year student of the Medical Faculty of the Dagestan State Medical University.
In September of this year, I completed an internship - medical practice in the surgical department of the 'Helios' clinic in Erlenbach am Main, Bavaria, Germany.
Practice began on September 17, at 8:00 am local time. At the hospital, I was greeted by friendly staff who helped me settle into the room allocated for my stay for two weeks.
An employee of the administration of the 'Sekretariat Chirurgie I', Anna Löhr, processed my documents for the internship and gave me a system phone that receives calls from the hospital staff to contact me.
Meeting with Chefarzt.
The head physician of the hospital, Dr. Siegfried Beller, is an abdominal surgeon, a native of Austria, who came to work in a German clinic. From the first day, Dr. Beller took me on rounds with him, told me about the organization of the hospital, attached me to the surgeons from the department to supervise my work and not leave me idle. This is how I got to know the excellent staff of the surgical department of the Erlenbach Hospital.
I was incredibly pleased with the German automation systems that minimize human labor.
I would like to note that the hospital provided me with three meals a day (buffet), a separate room with all the things necessary for living (the room is located in the hostel at the hospital, i.e. from the room to the hospital - 1 minute walk!)...»

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Maxim Shcherbakov, Moscow
«I am a 4th year student at the Medical Institute of the Peoples' Friendship University of Russia.
From 23.01. to 06.02. 2019 I completed an internship at the Department of Surgical Oncology and Biological Therapy at MediasKlinikum (Burghausen, Bavaria, Germany).
This practice helped me to see and practically assess the level of oncology, using the example of at least one clinic in Germany.
They met me in the clinic very warmly and quite friendly, as if they were waiting for their old acquaintance, which immediately struck me and certainly endeared me.
They showed me my room, told me which clinic I was in, about its specifics, about its capabilities, and immediately brought me up to date. They gave us a plan for the work of the clinic for the next few days.
The next day I got acquainted with the Administration of the clinic, with the staff of the Secretariat. He introduced himself to the head physician - Professor, Doctor of Medical Sciences Karl Aigner. In turn, the Professor conducted a "mini-interview" with me in a question-answer format to assess my academic level ... »

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Dmitry Radionov
«Medical Practice at Bezirksklinikum Wöllershof is just beginning and there is a lot of interesting things ahead!
Let's get acquainted with the heritage of German classical psychiatry and bring the national spirit!
I am delighted with everything.
I work in the department of affective psychosis.
The doctors took it sooooo well, respectful attitude, communication on you, everyone smiles, the head of the doctor praised the German language. I work in departments of affective psychoses - 8 - the beginning of the working day, 16 - the end of the working day.
At 9-00 we look at all patients
At 12-00 Besprechung with the chief doctor
Starting next week, I'm moving to the schizophrenic psychosis department.
They feed me, but I still go to the store, buy groceries
VielenDank!!! Das ist wunderbare Abenteuer!!!! Thanks a lot! It's an incredible adventure!!!
Again, you make people happy
It's just that my dream was to go to practice in Germany
And I really liked that you are treated as an equal! That you are a doctor (whatever your nationality and level) - you are a doctor
And of course, the classics of psychiatry are the Germans, so I advise everyone to go, if you get to know her abroad, then to this country.

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Turkey
Turkey
Turkey
Feruza W.
Altynay M.
Olga K.
Aida F.
Feruza Udabaeva, St. Petersburg
«07/01/2018 Internship in Istanbul thanks to the organizer for these unforgettable impressions for new friends JULY LINE-UP YOU ARE SUPER.»

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Altynai Mamalaeva, Tyumen, Tyumen State Medical University, 3rd year student, Faculty of Medicine
«Trained in the Department of General Surgery. So, impressions from the July internship:
1. I did not regret that I chose this particular department, because attending surgeries, for me, is very cool! Even without knowing the basics of surgery, I managed to expand my knowledge in the field of anatomy and physiology. Knowledge of the language also allowed to expand the circle of communication with honey. staff, especially surgeons. Often they explained in detail the course of the operation (sometimes they asked about the structure or location of organs), allowed to take part in operations, which was an invaluable motivation for further study of medicine in general.
2. Relation to honey. one can only envy the staff, they were very friendly, as they were treated to coffee during breaks, talked on various topics.
3. The hospital itself is one of the leading in Turkey, attracting applicants, as well as foreign students.
4. My priority for this internship, oddly enough, was to get irreplaceable experience, motivation, awareness of the essence of the matter, practice both Turkish and English.
5. Of course, it would be a sin not to note the beauty of this European city with oriental flavor, a contrast that literally breathes history. A month or even two, as for me, is not even enough to saturate with beauty, but still, like no other, I was very pleased! I would like to invite everyone to visit this city, to experience this internship in their own way, a sea of impressions and happiness. Definitely want to experience it again!»

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Olya Krasnoperova, Yekaterinburg
«Hi all! This will be a post-review of my current internship. My name is Olya and I graduated from the 4th year of USMU. Why did I choose Turkey? In October, I came to my senses that I wanted to do an internship again, but only the countries of the former Yugoslavia could already offer me. And in December, I saw an ad about the opportunity to do an internship in Istanbul! Yes, this is not IFMSA, which I did not think about until recently. But at the internship there were only guys from Russia, no foreigners, which upset me a little. The practice took place in the clinic at the University of Çapa. A very good hospital! The choice of the department was unequivocal - anesthesiology, there were no problems with this. But I spent the first week in obstetrical operating rooms with a doctor who didn't speak English. So most of the time they just didn't notice me. By the beginning of the second week, I nevertheless approached the professor and the doctor was replaced for me. I immediately began to get high from the internship! She came to the first anesthesia and left at 16-30 after visiting patients who were just about to undergo surgery. I could easily move around all 23 operating rooms, my doctors were assigned to emergency surgery, I spent the third week in plastic surgery. I was told and explained the process of anesthesia, the physiology of breathing, pharmacology, complications of the operation. I intubated with a video laryngoscope together with the professor, three times without him, put venous catheters, saw a dozen operations on children from 6 months to 15 years. The anesthesiologists accepted me into their company and treated me very warmly, told me about the life of a doctor in Turkey. Do I recommend this internship? Yes! And if you know Turkish, this is just your chance to level up 100% I won't write about the city itself, I just don't have enough words! Feel free to go, no one will give you offense in a foreign country. Especially our caring Bilal, who was in touch with us 24/7. Thanks to you and the whole team of organizers.»

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Aida Fatullaeva, Samara
«Great memories of my practice in surgery in Turkey (Istanbul)
I assisted in operations, conducted an appointment at a polyclinic, filled out medical records, went for 5 minutes and even got to one scientific conference, attended full-fledged classes with a teacher, took ECGs throughout the department (oddly enough, some interns could not do this simply for some reason) , helped surgeons take biopsies for histological examinations, went with the professor to endoscopic examinations, during which he talked and showed on the go about these diseases ... it was cool, although I still feel stupid And of course I will never forget, how I ran around the department and called the old professor kocham (husband), instead of hocham (teacher, professor), and how he got angry at me and blushed for it And kept asking me when I would cook Azerbaijani food and bring them a meal for 5 minutes
And our professor, in the truest sense of the word, fed us breakfast in the morning.»

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Feruza W.
Altynay M.
Olga K.
Aida F.
Feruza Udabaeva, St. Petersburg
«07/01/2018 Internship in Istanbul thanks to the organizer for these unforgettable impressions for new friends JULY LINE-UP YOU ARE SUPER.»

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Altynai Mamalaeva, Tyumen, Tyumen State Medical University, 3rd year student, Faculty of Medicine
«Trained in the Department of General Surgery. So, impressions from the July internship:
1. I did not regret that I chose this particular department, because attending surgeries, for me, is very cool! Even without knowing the basics of surgery, I managed to expand my knowledge in the field of anatomy and physiology. Knowledge of the language also allowed to expand the circle of communication with honey. staff, especially surgeons. Often they explained in detail the course of the operation (sometimes they asked about the structure or location of organs), allowed to take part in operations, which was an invaluable motivation for further study of medicine in general.
2. Relation to honey. one can only envy the staff, they were very friendly, as they were treated to coffee during breaks, talked on various topics.
3. The hospital itself is one of the leading in Turkey, attracting applicants, as well as foreign students.
4. My priority for this internship, oddly enough, was to get irreplaceable experience, motivation, awareness of the essence of the matter, practice both Turkish and English.
5. Of course, it would be a sin not to note the beauty of this European city with oriental flavor, a contrast that literally breathes history. A month or even two, as for me, is not even enough to saturate with beauty, but still, like no other, I was very pleased! I would like to invite everyone to visit this city, to experience this internship in their own way, a sea of impressions and happiness. Definitely want to experience it again!»

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Olya Krasnoperova, Yekaterinburg
«Hi all! This will be a post-review of my current internship. My name is Olya and I graduated from the 4th year of USMU. Why did I choose Turkey? In October, I came to my senses that I wanted to do an internship again, but only the countries of the former Yugoslavia could already offer me. And in December, I saw an ad about the opportunity to do an internship in Istanbul! Yes, this is not IFMSA, which I did not think about until recently. But at the internship there were only guys from Russia, no foreigners, which upset me a little. The practice took place in the clinic at the University of Çapa. A very good hospital! The choice of the department was unequivocal - anesthesiology, there were no problems with this. But I spent the first week in obstetrical operating rooms with a doctor who didn't speak English. So most of the time they just didn't notice me. By the beginning of the second week, I nevertheless approached the professor and the doctor was replaced for me. I immediately began to get high from the internship! She came to the first anesthesia and left at 16-30 after visiting patients who were just about to undergo surgery. I could easily move around all 23 operating rooms, my doctors were assigned to emergency surgery, I spent the third week in plastic surgery. I was told and explained the process of anesthesia, the physiology of breathing, pharmacology, complications of the operation. I intubated with a video laryngoscope together with the professor, three times without him, put venous catheters, saw a dozen operations on children from 6 months to 15 years. The anesthesiologists accepted me into their company and treated me very warmly, told me about the life of a doctor in Turkey. Do I recommend this internship? Yes! And if you know Turkish, this is just your chance to level up 100% I won't write about the city itself, I just don't have enough words! Feel free to go, no one will give you offense in a foreign country. Especially our caring Bilal, who was in touch with us 24/7. Thanks to you and the whole team of organizers.»

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Aida Fatullaeva, Samara
«Great memories of my practice in surgery in Turkey (Istanbul)
I assisted in operations, conducted an appointment at a polyclinic, filled out medical records, went for 5 minutes and even got to one scientific conference, attended full-fledged classes with a teacher, took ECGs throughout the department (oddly enough, some interns could not do this simply for some reason) , helped surgeons take biopsies for histological examinations, went with the professor to endoscopic examinations, during which he talked and showed on the go about these diseases ... it was cool, although I still feel stupid And of course I will never forget, how I ran around the department and called the old professor kocham (husband), instead of hocham (teacher, professor), and how he got angry at me and blushed for it And kept asking me when I would cook Azerbaijani food and bring them a meal for 5 minutes
And our professor, in the truest sense of the word, fed us breakfast in the morning.»

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Montenegro, Podgorica
Montenegro, Podgorica
Montenegro, Podgorica
Ekaterina B.
Zaira I.
Leila S.
Elmira M.
Ekaterina Bobyleva, Yekaterinburg
«I would like to thank you for organizing the internship! Everything went with a bang!
I am very happy that I went, made new friends with whom I communicate now.
Thank you very much for your help, for timely answers to all questions, for understanding and positive!
While still in Montenegro, I wrote a short review about the trip.
- Finally, there was some time to talk about where I am now and for what purpose.
- I came for a medical internship at a clinical center in Montenegro.
- Every day during August on weekdays I have an internship in the oncology department. Oddly enough, there are a lot of patients with various tumor diseases in this country, so I don't have to be bored.
- Practice takes half a day, after which there is enough time for traveling. After practice, we go to the sea, in the evening and at night - we have fun until we drop. In general, we manage to do everything!!!
- In August, more than 50 people from all over the world came for an internship, this is a great opportunity for all of us to improve our English level and make new friends.
- We travel on weekends. We have already seen most of this beautiful country.
- In addition to Montenegro itself, I also managed to visit Bosnia and Herzegovina and Serbia.
- The Balkan countries amaze with their beauty and responsiveness of the locals. So I am very glad that I was able to visit there.
- The practice will be over very soon, and I don't want to go home.
!!!I am happy that I decided to go for an internship and I advise all students to try it!!!»

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Zaira Isaeva, Makhachkala
«Internship in Montenegro will not leave anyone indifferent! This is a unique opportunity not only to gain new knowledge in the field of medicine, but also to make new friends from all over the world, and especially to enjoy the incredible beauty of nature, which combines: the azure-blue sea, mountains with mysterious gorges and stretching into the sky peaks, mountain streams and mysterious caves, forest thickets, beautiful lakes .. And therefore, there are sooo many tourists here. After staying here for 2 weeks, I realized that this is a country that one can only dream of. During this time, we managed to travel almost the whole country. And I am in love with these cities, in particular, with Ulcinj old town, Herceg-Novi old town. These narrow streets, historical, world-famous fortresses, my love.»

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Leila Suf El-Jil, St. Petersburg https://vk.com/id134246360
«Çao, Crna Gora!

I spent August on an internship in the capital of Montenegro - Podgorica. What can be said? It was a wonderful adventure! The month was filled with emotions that charged me for the next academic year!
We did our practice in the main clinical center of Podgorica. Unfortunately, the exchange of medical experience did not meet all my expectations, but despite this, I got a good experience! We were given the opportunity to compare our Russian medicine and medicine in the Balkans.
I worked in the neonatology department. In this department, premature and heavy children from all regions of Montenegro were treated.
Almost all doctors speak English, which is incredibly pleasing. They will be happy to help you and answer all your questions.
Now about new acquaintances. There were 50 of us, which is a lot. But! Now everyone has new friends from different parts of the world! I hope that these meetings were not accidental.
The month flew by very quickly, but intensely. I have never regretted coming here. We are all very pleased, because we had fun, interesting, memorable!»

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Elmira Mamedova, St. Petersburg
«This summer turned out to be unique: I became a member of the exchange program for students of medical universities at the NSSM, having completed the 6th year of the PF. I managed to combine practical medical training and a wonderful vacation in Montenegro!
During my practice at the Urgent Center, I got acquainted with the structure of the healthcare system, I was trained by professionals, and on the first day of practice, I already stitched my finger! The doctors are very friendly, want to help and treat you like a colleague from another country.
And the holiday was incredible! Mountains could be seen from anywhere in Montenegro! I visited most of the old historical cities and resort areas, enjoyed the Adriatic Sea, rivers, Skadar Lake.
Indeed, I really enjoyed participating in the exchange, this is my first experience, and I want to continue to train in other countries! I made a lot of acquaintances, I made new friends, and of course, I improved my level of spoken English well!
Thanks to the joint work of SPbGPMU and NSSM for the opportunity!»

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Ekaterina B.
Zaira I.
Leila S.
Elmira M.
Ekaterina Bobyleva, Yekaterinburg
«I would like to thank you for organizing the internship! Everything went with a bang!
I am very happy that I went, made new friends with whom I communicate now.
Thank you very much for your help, for timely answers to all questions, for understanding and positive!
While still in Montenegro, I wrote a short review about the trip.
- Finally, there was some time to talk about where I am now and for what purpose.
- I came for a medical internship at a clinical center in Montenegro.
- Every day during August on weekdays I have an internship in the oncology department. Oddly enough, there are a lot of patients with various tumor diseases in this country, so I don't have to be bored.
- Practice takes half a day, after which there is enough time for traveling. After practice, we go to the sea, in the evening and at night - we have fun until we drop. In general, we manage to do everything!!!
- In August, more than 50 people from all over the world came for an internship, this is a great opportunity for all of us to improve our English level and make new friends.
- We travel on weekends. We have already seen most of this beautiful country.
- In addition to Montenegro itself, I also managed to visit Bosnia and Herzegovina and Serbia.
- The Balkan countries amaze with their beauty and responsiveness of the locals. So I am very glad that I was able to visit there.
- The practice will be over very soon, and I don't want to go home.
!!!I am happy that I decided to go for an internship and I advise all students to try it!!!»

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Zaira Isaeva, Makhachkala
«Internship in Montenegro will not leave anyone indifferent! This is a unique opportunity not only to gain new knowledge in the field of medicine, but also to make new friends from all over the world, and especially to enjoy the incredible beauty of nature, which combines: the azure-blue sea, mountains with mysterious gorges and stretching into the sky peaks, mountain streams and mysterious caves, forest thickets, beautiful lakes .. And therefore, there are sooo many tourists here. After staying here for 2 weeks, I realized that this is a country that one can only dream of. During this time, we managed to travel almost the whole country. And I am in love with these cities, in particular, with Ulcinj old town, Herceg-Novi old town. These narrow streets, historical, world-famous fortresses, my love.»

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Leila Suf El-Jil, St. Petersburg https://vk.com/id134246360
«Çao, Crna Gora!

I spent August on an internship in the capital of Montenegro - Podgorica. What can be said? It was a wonderful adventure! The month was filled with emotions that charged me for the next academic year!
We did our practice in the main clinical center of Podgorica. Unfortunately, the exchange of medical experience did not meet all my expectations, but despite this, I got a good experience! We were given the opportunity to compare our Russian medicine and medicine in the Balkans.
I worked in the neonatology department. In this department, premature and heavy children from all regions of Montenegro were treated.
Almost all doctors speak English, which is incredibly pleasing. They will be happy to help you and answer all your questions.
Now about new acquaintances. There were 50 of us, which is a lot. But! Now everyone has new friends from different parts of the world! I hope that these meetings were not accidental.
The month flew by very quickly, but intensely. I have never regretted coming here. We are all very pleased, because we had fun, interesting, memorable!»

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Elmira Mamedova, St. Petersburg
«This summer turned out to be unique: I became a member of the exchange program for students of medical universities at the NSSM, having completed the 6th year of the PF. I managed to combine practical medical training and a wonderful vacation in Montenegro!
During my practice at the Urgent Center, I got acquainted with the structure of the healthcare system, I was trained by professionals, and on the first day of practice, I already stitched my finger! The doctors are very friendly, want to help and treat you like a colleague from another country.
And the holiday was incredible! Mountains could be seen from anywhere in Montenegro! I visited most of the old historical cities and resort areas, enjoyed the Adriatic Sea, rivers, Skadar Lake.
Indeed, I really enjoyed participating in the exchange, this is my first experience, and I want to continue to train in other countries! I made a lot of acquaintances, I made new friends, and of course, I improved my level of spoken English well!
Thanks to the joint work of SPbGPMU and NSSM for the opportunity!»

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Yerevan, Armenia
Yerevan, Armenia
Yerevan, Armenia
Julia V.
Anna B.
Zarina H.
Feedback from our student Yulia Vylegzhanina from Izhevsk about the practice in Yerevan, Armenia in August 2019
«For starters, I must say that I was the first student from Russia to take part in this program. Therefore, there were some organizational issues that were very easily resolved, and the impressions from the practice itself blocked these misunderstandings.
The practice took place in one of the largest and most modern medical centers in Yerevan - the Erebuni clinic, in the building of obstetrics and gynecology.
It so happened that the first week my tutor was on vacation and I was in the maternity ward and the operating room, watching the manipulations of the doctors, talking with the patients. Everyone was very friendly, the doctors explained each of their actions in detail, they were interested in how it is done in Russia.
I spent the second week of practice under the guidance of a very famous obstetrician-gynecologist in Armenia Norayr Nverovich Ghukasyan. She watched the progress of the reception of patients, looked at the chair, participated in rounds, and even assisted in caesarean sections.
The working day began at 9:00, and ended with the reception of the last patient. Sometimes at 16:00, sometimes at 19:00, as there are a lot of visitors. But this time flew by incredibly quickly, I did not get bored for a minute.
Residents were constantly with me in the hospital, who translated the necessary information from Armenian into Russian and helped in general.
All the staff and patients spoke or at least understood Russian, so there were no problems with communication.
The cultural program is not provided. But I very quickly made friends with the residents at the hospital and they were happy to walk with me in their free time, showed me Yerevan, its sights, secret non-tourist places.
Also, one of the evenings, the Association of Young Doctors of Armenia organized a meeting for me in a restaurant with national cuisine.
Throughout the whole time, my supervisor Ani and the leadership of the Association have always been in touch with me. They met me at the airport and escorted me on the way back.
The big plus is that you are alone in the hospital and all the attention of the tutor is directed to you.
In two weeks I got a lot of practical skills. I also got acquainted with the culture of a wonderful sunny country, with a great interesting history and unusually open people.

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Review of the beautiful Anna Badalyan from Tyumen about the internship in Armenia in March 2021
«Why Armenia?
-My Motherland, which is so beautiful and romantic. I think every person must fly to Armenia at least once
I always think about moving
-specialists, especially surgeons, are the BEST in their field
-I wanted the first internship to be in Armenia
I think I justified my choice
I am grateful to everyone who met on my way and taught me such a great practice in 2 weeks!
I learned how to beautifully apply cosmetic sutures, sew subcutaneous tissue, and also cut off the umbilical cord for many Armenian children (this is an unreal feeling when you are an important part of someone's life) and much more🤍
Specialists in Armenia are very strong, insanely smart, studying in Europe, etc., but healthcare is lame and I'm sad about this, but I believe that everything can be fixed!
I am extremely happy that Abovyan David Levonovich became my teacher! I will always remember this man with a Capital Letter! The Humble Professional I learned from! Which will teach everything, show, tell.
To whom everyone fled for help and advice!
A woman who has become an ideal for me Megryan Lilit Shaenovna, an example for me of what a woman should be, how she should work and go towards her goal!
How it works no one works!
Here I have thoughts "I want to be like Lilit Shaenovna"
I love these women!
And of course, I am grateful to the residents who have been with me all this time! To my Diana, who will tell and show and teach everything everywhere and everywhere! To my "korats hens" Firuza, who is so beautifully educated and smart!
Rafo, who, as an older brother, was for us. Thank you guys very much🤍
Many thanks to the entire Erebuni hospital! Thanks to the @travelandmedrussia company, which organized my trip and I will contact them more than once for internships!)
Remember, a doctor should not stand still, learn, love your profession, your patients and you will be the best in your business, because if not the best, then you don't have to))
Now I am ready and I know what I exactly want and I will go to my dream!

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Feedback from Khasanova Zarina from Ufa about her dental internship in Yerevan, Armenia in October 2021.
«How was my internship in Yerevan? I often see this question in my posts. I'm telling.

My practice took place in shifts on weekdays. There is enough time left to see the city and get to the beauties outside of Yerevan.

We manage patients with my doctor colleague, discussing and reviewing clinical cases in parallel. When you are the only orthodontist in the clinic, everything is on you. Here are two specialists who will understand and help in contentious issues. It's a very interesting work experience.

In Armenia, they don't work with those bracket systems that I put in my place. But with all this, doctors here are also divided into those who work with expensive and high-quality systems, and those who "sin" with Chinese replicas. In general, many working moments are similar. The language of medicine is one.

I drove here with the phrase in my head: «I know that I don't know anything.» I wanted to get the maximum knowledge and experience from my teacher. And so I left all my «I know» in Ufa. I'm just an intern here.
Love for the profession only grows stronger during training. And when you apply all this on your patients, and you see the results of your work, then for me this is the best reward.»

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Julia V.
Anna B.
Zarina H.
Feedback from our student Yulia Vylegzhanina from Izhevsk about the practice in Yerevan, Armenia in August 2019
«For starters, I must say that I was the first student from Russia to take part in this program. Therefore, there were some organizational issues that were very easily resolved, and the impressions from the practice itself blocked these misunderstandings.
The practice took place in one of the largest and most modern medical centers in Yerevan - the Erebuni clinic, in the building of obstetrics and gynecology.
It so happened that the first week my tutor was on vacation and I was in the maternity ward and the operating room, watching the manipulations of the doctors, talking with the patients. Everyone was very friendly, the doctors explained each of their actions in detail, they were interested in how it is done in Russia.
I spent the second week of practice under the guidance of a very famous obstetrician-gynecologist in Armenia Norayr Nverovich Ghukasyan. She watched the progress of the reception of patients, looked at the chair, participated in rounds, and even assisted in caesarean sections.
The working day began at 9:00, and ended with the reception of the last patient. Sometimes at 16:00, sometimes at 19:00, as there are a lot of visitors. But this time flew by incredibly quickly, I did not get bored for a minute.
Residents were constantly with me in the hospital, who translated the necessary information from Armenian into Russian and helped in general.
All the staff and patients spoke or at least understood Russian, so there were no problems with communication.
The cultural program is not provided. But I very quickly made friends with the residents at the hospital and they were happy to walk with me in their free time, showed me Yerevan, its sights, secret non-tourist places.
Also, one of the evenings, the Association of Young Doctors of Armenia organized a meeting for me in a restaurant with national cuisine.
Throughout the whole time, my supervisor Ani and the leadership of the Association have always been in touch with me. They met me at the airport and escorted me on the way back.
The big plus is that you are alone in the hospital and all the attention of the tutor is directed to you.
In two weeks I got a lot of practical skills. I also got acquainted with the culture of a wonderful sunny country, with a great interesting history and unusually open people.

https://vk.com/id19210139
Review of the beautiful Anna Badalyan from Tyumen about the internship in Armenia in March 2021
«Why Armenia?
-My Motherland, which is so beautiful and romantic. I think every person must fly to Armenia at least once
I always think about moving
-specialists, especially surgeons, are the BEST in their field
-I wanted the first internship to be in Armenia
I think I justified my choice
I am grateful to everyone who met on my way and taught me such a great practice in 2 weeks!
I learned how to beautifully apply cosmetic sutures, sew subcutaneous tissue, and also cut off the umbilical cord for many Armenian children (this is an unreal feeling when you are an important part of someone's life) and much more🤍
Specialists in Armenia are very strong, insanely smart, studying in Europe, etc., but healthcare is lame and I'm sad about this, but I believe that everything can be fixed!
I am extremely happy that Abovyan David Levonovich became my teacher! I will always remember this man with a Capital Letter! The Humble Professional I learned from! Which will teach everything, show, tell.
To whom everyone fled for help and advice!
A woman who has become an ideal for me Megryan Lilit Shaenovna, an example for me of what a woman should be, how she should work and go towards her goal!
How it works no one works!
Here I have thoughts "I want to be like Lilit Shaenovna"
I love these women!
And of course, I am grateful to the residents who have been with me all this time! To my Diana, who will tell and show and teach everything everywhere and everywhere! To my "korats hens" Firuza, who is so beautifully educated and smart!
Rafo, who, as an older brother, was for us. Thank you guys very much🤍
Many thanks to the entire Erebuni hospital! Thanks to the @travelandmedrussia company, which organized my trip and I will contact them more than once for internships!)
Remember, a doctor should not stand still, learn, love your profession, your patients and you will be the best in your business, because if not the best, then you don't have to))
Now I am ready and I know what I exactly want and I will go to my dream!

@annushka_ba (Instagram)
Feedback from Khasanova Zarina from Ufa about her dental internship in Yerevan, Armenia in October 2021.
«How was my internship in Yerevan? I often see this question in my posts. I'm telling.

My practice took place in shifts on weekdays. There is enough time left to see the city and get to the beauties outside of Yerevan.

We manage patients with my doctor colleague, discussing and reviewing clinical cases in parallel. When you are the only orthodontist in the clinic, everything is on you. Here are two specialists who will understand and help in contentious issues. It's a very interesting work experience.

In Armenia, they don't work with those bracket systems that I put in my place. But with all this, doctors here are also divided into those who work with expensive and high-quality systems, and those who "sin" with Chinese replicas. In general, many working moments are similar. The language of medicine is one.

I drove here with the phrase in my head: «I know that I don't know anything.» I wanted to get the maximum knowledge and experience from my teacher. And so I left all my «I know» in Ufa. I'm just an intern here.
Love for the profession only grows stronger during training. And when you apply all this on your patients, and you see the results of your work, then for me this is the best reward.»

@dr.zarina_orto (Instagram)
Austria
Austria
Austria
Anna Sh.
Maria H.
Anastasia I.
Review of our student Anna Shiryaeva about practice in AUSTRIA! in July 2019
«It was my first trip to practice abroad and alone! At first it was very scary, but when I first got to the clinic, I realized that 2 wonderful weeks were waiting for me!
To begin with, you are provided with a uniform that you can change every day, a locker for your personal belongings, a card to move around hospitals and free lunches.
On the territory of the hospital there are recreation areas on the street (I will attach a photo below).
Every day you are assigned to different doctors, so you get to know your whole department. I was in the cardiology department.
Absolutely every doctor was interested in what I want to see, do, learn. I was pleased that absolutely all doctors and nurses speak English well.
On the first day I was on Echo-KG, for an operation to install a pacemaker. On Echo, the doctor told me and showed that we see what he is doing and why. During the operation, I stood right next to the surgeon and he also explained and showed what he was doing.
You will also be given an operating uniform and shoes. I spent the next week in the Echo department. They began to teach me how to conduct an echo-kg.
The second week I was in the therapeutic department of cardiology. Every morning, the doctor and I went on rounds, discussed patients ... »

full feedback
anna.shi96@mail.ru
Feedback from our student from Moscow Maria Haidar about practice in AUSTRIA in February 2020
«Internship in Austria in the department of plastic surgery
Passed the Internship in the small town of Klagenfurt. It takes 10 minutes to drive from the airport to the clinic.
Immediately from the airport, I arrived at the clinic to get information and a badge.
In the clinic, I found the director and she kindly and in detail explained to me everything that I should do.
When I arrived at my department, they gave me a phone and universal keys. Then I met doctors.
Every day was very busy and started at 7 am and ended at 3 pm.
In addition to me, there were also Austrian trainees in the department of plastic surgery. Basically, they helped me. Surgeons were always busy with operations or consultations, but you could be present, assist and they always explained everything to me in English.
Of course, to feel more comfortable, you need to know German. But the lack of knowledge of the German language did not spoil my impression.
Thanks to this trip, I gained a lot of experience and knowledge. There, for the first time, I assisted a surgeon and was so close to the surgical field, for the first time I made stitches on a person and for the first time I removed them.»

https://vk.com/mkhaydar
Feedback from Anastasia Ivanova from Omsk on a dental internship in Vienna, Austria, summer 2021
«At such a difficult time, I still managed to escape from Russia to spend 2 wonderful weeks in practice in Austria.
Perhaps, I will start with the fact that a visa is not issued in a free regime and this must be taken care of in advance (the production time can even take 3 calendar weeks). Upon arrival at the Vienna airport, not only passport control, but also sanitary control awaits you: namely, the presence / absence of a vaccine, a PCR test and a completed pre-travel clearance form are checked (you need to look at the latest information on the website of the Austrian Consulate). After successfully completing this quest, I easily got to the hotel and left my things. Then I walked on foot to the city center, where the place of my practice was located.
There are enough doctors in the clinic, different profiles - from a hygienist to a cosmetologist.
Christina (my manager), like the entire staff of the clinic, turned out to be very nice, we immediately found a common language and I assisted her almost all the time, interrupted only by shifts of other doctors.
Professional hygiene, restorations, endodontics, prosthetics, implantation and simple extraction of teeth, as well as botulinum therapy - I saw everything in these 2 weeks!
We discussed with doctors the difference in treatment protocols in Austria and the Russian Federation, shared different life hacks and just talked about different materials and their properties.
I also liked the equipment of the clinic, I tried a scanner, an intraoral camera and many other cool devices.
The practice was generally supposed to be in English, but I was comfortable speaking German, despite the fact that all the staff are fluent in English.
Since the working day was until 18.00, I had time to go for a little run along the streets of Vienna, but on weekends I already met friends or simply built a route for myself to interesting places.»
Anna Sh.
Maria H.
Anastasia I.
Review of our student Anna Shiryaeva about practice in AUSTRIA! in July 2019
«It was my first trip to practice abroad and alone! At first it was very scary, but when I first got to the clinic, I realized that 2 wonderful weeks were waiting for me!
To begin with, you are provided with a uniform that you can change every day, a locker for your personal belongings, a card to move around hospitals and free lunches.
On the territory of the hospital there are recreation areas on the street (I will attach a photo below).
Every day you are assigned to different doctors, so you get to know your whole department. I was in the cardiology department.
Absolutely every doctor was interested in what I want to see, do, learn. I was pleased that absolutely all doctors and nurses speak English well.
On the first day I was on Echo-KG, for an operation to install a pacemaker. On Echo, the doctor told me and showed that we see what he is doing and why. During the operation, I stood right next to the surgeon and he also explained and showed what he was doing.
You will also be given an operating uniform and shoes. I spent the next week in the Echo department. They began to teach me how to conduct an echo-kg.
The second week I was in the therapeutic department of cardiology. Every morning, the doctor and I went on rounds, discussed patients ... »

full feedback
anna.shi96@mail.ru
Feedback from our student from Moscow Maria Haidar about practice in AUSTRIA in February 2020
«Internship in Austria in the department of plastic surgery
Passed the Internship in the small town of Klagenfurt. It takes 10 minutes to drive from the airport to the clinic.
Immediately from the airport, I arrived at the clinic to get information and a badge.
In the clinic, I found the director and she kindly and in detail explained to me everything that I should do.
When I arrived at my department, they gave me a phone and universal keys. Then I met doctors.
Every day was very busy and started at 7 am and ended at 3 pm.
In addition to me, there were also Austrian trainees in the department of plastic surgery. Basically, they helped me. Surgeons were always busy with operations or consultations, but you could be present, assist and they always explained everything to me in English.
Of course, to feel more comfortable, you need to know German. But the lack of knowledge of the German language did not spoil my impression.
Thanks to this trip, I gained a lot of experience and knowledge. There, for the first time, I assisted a surgeon and was so close to the surgical field, for the first time I made stitches on a person and for the first time I removed them.»

https://vk.com/mkhaydar
Feedback from Anastasia Ivanova from Omsk on a dental internship in Vienna, Austria, summer 2021
«At such a difficult time, I still managed to escape from Russia to spend 2 wonderful weeks in practice in Austria.
Perhaps, I will start with the fact that a visa is not issued in a free regime and this must be taken care of in advance (the production time can even take 3 calendar weeks). Upon arrival at the Vienna airport, not only passport control, but also sanitary control awaits you: namely, the presence / absence of a vaccine, a PCR test and a completed pre-travel clearance form are checked (you need to look at the latest information on the website of the Austrian Consulate). After successfully completing this quest, I easily got to the hotel and left my things. Then I walked on foot to the city center, where the place of my practice was located.
There are enough doctors in the clinic, different profiles - from a hygienist to a cosmetologist.
Christina (my manager), like the entire staff of the clinic, turned out to be very nice, we immediately found a common language and I assisted her almost all the time, interrupted only by shifts of other doctors.
Professional hygiene, restorations, endodontics, prosthetics, implantation and simple extraction of teeth, as well as botulinum therapy - I saw everything in these 2 weeks!
We discussed with doctors the difference in treatment protocols in Austria and the Russian Federation, shared different life hacks and just talked about different materials and their properties.
I also liked the equipment of the clinic, I tried a scanner, an intraoral camera and many other cool devices.
The practice was generally supposed to be in English, but I was comfortable speaking German, despite the fact that all the staff are fluent in English.
Since the working day was until 18.00, I had time to go for a little run along the streets of Vienna, but on weekends I already met friends or simply built a route for myself to interesting places.»
Belgrade, Serbia
Belgrade, Serbia
Belgrade, Serbia
Vitaly S.
Svetlana H.
Anna Sh.
Elena R.
Vitaly Selivanov, Novosibirsk
Serbia Belgrade August 2018
«Serbia is amazing, the best country to visit (if you are from Russia). It is simply impossible to believe how much Russians are loved here, the most gloomy and serious doctors explode with childish joy when they find out that a student from Russia is gaining experience in their hospital.
My practice takes place in the department of anesthesiology and resuscitation of the emergency center of one of the largest hospitals in Belgrade. I fought for a week to get exactly here, because the organizers assigned me to cardiac surgery, which I absolutely did not want. After a few conversations, they understood me and tried with all their might to get me the opportunity to practice here. So about the department itself. There is an opportunity to be in the emergency room (like our emergency department), directly in the intensive care unit and in the operating block of the emergency center. Due to this, it is never boring in the department, if there are no operations - there are emergency patients, if it is quiet, and there and there there is always an opportunity to discuss the therapy of patients under treatment (of which there are an average of 20). They give you a lot to do, especially if you know what and how to do. Doctors have a passion for making your day interesting, they themselves call colleagues and find out if there is anything interesting to see, and in their free time they will gladly share a cup of coffee over admiring conversations about Russia.
The social program is at a high level, as the guys who came for the second year in a row said, this year the program is noticeably more active, every week at least 1 free event, and 1 paid event, whether it's a trip to a museum with a guide or a trip to picturesque places.
Of course, this is only in general terms, so as not to reveal all the cards, but at the end I will write everything about this beautiful country!»

https://vk.com/id48182592
Svetlana Khodanova, St. Petersburg
«This summer I had the opportunity to visit Serbia, many people asked why I chose this particular country, but I didn't know what to answer. I just pointed my finger at the sky))
Always, before traveling to a new country, I watch the releases of «Eagle and Tails» and this time was no exception. But the presenters did not find anything interesting and exciting in this Balkan country ... I did not know what I would do there for a whole month and was already upset, but decided to go with the flow)
And I could not even imagine that this month would be the brightest, most memorable, full of adventures and give me so many emotions, experience in medicine and true friends.
We did our practice in the main clinical center of Serbia, This is a huge territory, with many departments, As we were told, the center is the third largest in the world. I chose the Department of Vascular Surgery)
When I got to the department, I was frightened, a lot of paramedical staff were walking around and everyone was chatting in Serbian, I began to worry that I would not understand anything. My companion introduced me to the mentor - a vascular surgeon intern, he began to hum and extended his hand to me for acquaintance) He spoke English very well and clearly, handing me the key to the locker, he said that he would be waiting in the intern's room.
To be honest, even after finishing the third year, I still felt a certain timidity in communicating with doctors, and I would never have entered the staff room so easily. But there, as soon as I crossed the threshold and the noisy conversations stopped, everyone smiled and got to know me in turn, hugged and extended their hand, such a warm and hospitable atmosphere reigned in all departments (as my guys said). They gave me coffee and the team went up to the operating block: three operating rooms for open surgeries on the fourth floor and a huge, brilliantly equipped operating room for endovascular interventions on the first floor ...»

full feedback
https://vk.com/id58373885
Anya Shadrina, St. Petersburg
«Love in the Balkan flavor and attempts to find the answer to the question «how to return to Russia?» or a month of practice in sunny Belgrade (Serbia)
Morning has come. Waking up in Belgrade is very easy - no matter how much you sleep, getting up at 7 in the morning from the rays of the sun hitting your face is guaranteed. Pajamas change to shorts, hair is removed in a neat (or not very) bun, and a bathrobe and a phonendoscope fly neatly into an eco-bag. A step, two, three, dense air, the first drop of sweat rolling down your arm, a familiar smell: this baker around the corner offers to start the day with domachi (local coffee) and burek (layered meat pie). You agree and join the noisy Serbian daily ritual.
4 bus stops and the joy that they didn't burn for the trip with a "hare", a kilometer across the entire Clinical Center (it is 2 * 2 km ^ 2, by the way) for the sake of their department. Three floors and the inscription "Gastroenterology and Hepatology". A bathrobe and a magical transformation into a doctor, not only mentally, but also visually. Morning rounds in Serbian, the whisper of an intern, fluently translating what is happening into familiar English. The smell of cigarettes - in Serbia they smoke everywhere, including in departments, almost in the wards. Questioning, examination, medical history, discussion of GERD, interpretation of FGDS. After 3 hours, the robe flies back into the bag, and it falls on the shoulder.
11.30. Already drunk 1.5 liters of water, the sun is rising higher. You run home, pick up your swimsuit, collect water from the tap and leave for the local miracle lake Ada Ciganliya. Towel, smoking grandmothers around, warm water, sunscreen and favorite book/music. This goes on for 5 hours. The skin is slightly red, the face is a little wrinkled, because you fell asleep right on the shore, fortunately, they don't steal in Serbia, which means everything is calm ... »

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Elena Rzaeva, Saratov
«My medical internship in Serbia has come to an end. Praise to Dr. Rakić, Dr. MaŘstorović, Dr. Trifunović A huge clinic, talented and friendly doctors, the experience gained remain in the depths of my soul forever Thank you doctors for the excellent attitude towards foreign students, readiness to help, suggest and teach
It's a bit sad when good things end..
1. Together with coffee, as expected, they bring a glass of water. And yes, coffee is only ground and very tasty!
2. All institutions, cinemas, shopping centers in WC are perfectly clean, there are soap / napkins / toilet paper.
3. The restaurants have huge portions (the prices are approximately the same, but the portions are 2 times larger than ours).
4. Huge selection of all kinds of products - cheeses / chocolate / chips, etc.
5. There are a lot of green spaces, it's easy to breathe and pleases the eye.
P.S. A sea of impressions and emotions: medicine is on one side, and Serbs, our brothers, on the other! The most hospitable, polite and kind people.

https://vk.com/esrzaeva
Vitaly S.
Svetlana H.
Anna Sh.
Elena R.
Vitaly Selivanov, Novosibirsk
Serbia Belgrade August 2018
«Serbia is amazing, the best country to visit (if you are from Russia). It is simply impossible to believe how much Russians are loved here, the most gloomy and serious doctors explode with childish joy when they find out that a student from Russia is gaining experience in their hospital.
My practice takes place in the department of anesthesiology and resuscitation of the emergency center of one of the largest hospitals in Belgrade. I fought for a week to get exactly here, because the organizers assigned me to cardiac surgery, which I absolutely did not want. After a few conversations, they understood me and tried with all their might to get me the opportunity to practice here. So about the department itself. There is an opportunity to be in the emergency room (like our emergency department), directly in the intensive care unit and in the operating block of the emergency center. Due to this, it is never boring in the department, if there are no operations - there are emergency patients, if it is quiet, and there and there there is always an opportunity to discuss the therapy of patients under treatment (of which there are an average of 20). They give you a lot to do, especially if you know what and how to do. Doctors have a passion for making your day interesting, they themselves call colleagues and find out if there is anything interesting to see, and in their free time they will gladly share a cup of coffee over admiring conversations about Russia.
The social program is at a high level, as the guys who came for the second year in a row said, this year the program is noticeably more active, every week at least 1 free event, and 1 paid event, whether it's a trip to a museum with a guide or a trip to picturesque places.
Of course, this is only in general terms, so as not to reveal all the cards, but at the end I will write everything about this beautiful country!»

https://vk.com/id48182592
Svetlana Khodanova, St. Petersburg
«This summer I had the opportunity to visit Serbia, many people asked why I chose this particular country, but I didn't know what to answer. I just pointed my finger at the sky))
Always, before traveling to a new country, I watch the releases of «Eagle and Tails» and this time was no exception. But the presenters did not find anything interesting and exciting in this Balkan country ... I did not know what I would do there for a whole month and was already upset, but decided to go with the flow)
And I could not even imagine that this month would be the brightest, most memorable, full of adventures and give me so many emotions, experience in medicine and true friends.
We did our practice in the main clinical center of Serbia, This is a huge territory, with many departments, As we were told, the center is the third largest in the world. I chose the Department of Vascular Surgery)
When I got to the department, I was frightened, a lot of paramedical staff were walking around and everyone was chatting in Serbian, I began to worry that I would not understand anything. My companion introduced me to the mentor - a vascular surgeon intern, he began to hum and extended his hand to me for acquaintance) He spoke English very well and clearly, handing me the key to the locker, he said that he would be waiting in the intern's room.
To be honest, even after finishing the third year, I still felt a certain timidity in communicating with doctors, and I would never have entered the staff room so easily. But there, as soon as I crossed the threshold and the noisy conversations stopped, everyone smiled and got to know me in turn, hugged and extended their hand, such a warm and hospitable atmosphere reigned in all departments (as my guys said). They gave me coffee and the team went up to the operating block: three operating rooms for open surgeries on the fourth floor and a huge, brilliantly equipped operating room for endovascular interventions on the first floor ...»

full feedback
https://vk.com/id58373885
Anya Shadrina, St. Petersburg
«Love in the Balkan flavor and attempts to find the answer to the question «how to return to Russia?» or a month of practice in sunny Belgrade (Serbia)
Morning has come. Waking up in Belgrade is very easy - no matter how much you sleep, getting up at 7 in the morning from the rays of the sun hitting your face is guaranteed. Pajamas change to shorts, hair is removed in a neat (or not very) bun, and a bathrobe and a phonendoscope fly neatly into an eco-bag. A step, two, three, dense air, the first drop of sweat rolling down your arm, a familiar smell: this baker around the corner offers to start the day with domachi (local coffee) and burek (layered meat pie). You agree and join the noisy Serbian daily ritual.
4 bus stops and the joy that they didn't burn for the trip with a "hare", a kilometer across the entire Clinical Center (it is 2 * 2 km ^ 2, by the way) for the sake of their department. Three floors and the inscription "Gastroenterology and Hepatology". A bathrobe and a magical transformation into a doctor, not only mentally, but also visually. Morning rounds in Serbian, the whisper of an intern, fluently translating what is happening into familiar English. The smell of cigarettes - in Serbia they smoke everywhere, including in departments, almost in the wards. Questioning, examination, medical history, discussion of GERD, interpretation of FGDS. After 3 hours, the robe flies back into the bag, and it falls on the shoulder.
11.30. Already drunk 1.5 liters of water, the sun is rising higher. You run home, pick up your swimsuit, collect water from the tap and leave for the local miracle lake Ada Ciganliya. Towel, smoking grandmothers around, warm water, sunscreen and favorite book/music. This goes on for 5 hours. The skin is slightly red, the face is a little wrinkled, because you fell asleep right on the shore, fortunately, they don't steal in Serbia, which means everything is calm ... »

full feedback
https://vk.com/id57805860
Elena Rzaeva, Saratov
«My medical internship in Serbia has come to an end. Praise to Dr. Rakić, Dr. MaŘstorović, Dr. Trifunović A huge clinic, talented and friendly doctors, the experience gained remain in the depths of my soul forever Thank you doctors for the excellent attitude towards foreign students, readiness to help, suggest and teach
It's a bit sad when good things end..
1. Together with coffee, as expected, they bring a glass of water. And yes, coffee is only ground and very tasty!
2. All institutions, cinemas, shopping centers in WC are perfectly clean, there are soap / napkins / toilet paper.
3. The restaurants have huge portions (the prices are approximately the same, but the portions are 2 times larger than ours).
4. Huge selection of all kinds of products - cheeses / chocolate / chips, etc.
5. There are a lot of green spaces, it's easy to breathe and pleases the eye.
P.S. A sea of impressions and emotions: medicine is on one side, and Serbs, our brothers, on the other! The most hospitable, polite and kind people.

https://vk.com/esrzaeva
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