МЕДИ Экспо — Mother & Child 2015. VIII Regional Scientific and Educational Forum
Mother and Child 2015. VIII Regional Scientific and Educational Forum

VIII Regional Forum “Mother and Child”

and Plenary Session of the Board of Russian Society of Obstetricians and Gyneacologists

June 29–July 1, 2015
Sochi, Pullman Hotel & Business Centre


  1. Federal state budget institution ”V.I. Kulakov Research Centre for Obstetrics, Gynaecology, and Perinatology” of the Health Ministry of the Russian Federation
  2. Russian Society of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists
  3. Health Ministry of the Krasnodar region
  4. State budget educational institution of higher professional education “Kuban State Medical University”
  5. Congress-operator “MEDI Expo”


Dear colleagues and friends!

The organising committee invites you to participate in the VII Regional Scientific Forum “Mother and Child” and Plenary Session of the Board of Russian Society of Obstetricians and Gyneacologists (RSOG), which is going to take place in Sochi on June 29th – July 1st, 2015.

In the recent years, we have been noticing continuously growing interest of healthcare and medical science workers towards a joint hosting of the Regional forum “Mother and Child” and the Plenary session of the Board of RSOG in Russian regions. Previous events were held in Kazan, Saratov, Gelendzhik, Yekaterinburg, Rostov-on-Don, and had a great scientific and practical value, according to their participants’ reviews.

Currently, Russia’s healthcare system is undergoing positive changes, which reflect in decrease in maternal and foetal mortality and improvement of demographic values. Nevertheless, several issues remain unresolved, such as availability and quality of medical care; need for development of modern treatment algorithms, clinical protocols of patient care for various types of obstetric, gynecological and neonatal pathologies. Due to implementation of high-tech treatment and diagnostics methods that are based on scientific and technological achievements, there is a need in improving quality of educational programmes for doctors and of the continuous education system itself.

It is planned to dedicate the next regional forum “Mother and Child” and the plenary session of the Board of Russian society of obstetricians and gyneacologists to discussion of the above mentioned issues in spheres of obstetrics, gynaecology, and perinatology. The key topic to be discussed during the Plenary session is modern strategy and tactics of managing pregnant women with preeclampsia.

Traditional exhibition “Mother and Child Health Care”, which gives participants an opportunity to learn about modern medicinal products and medical equipment used in OB/GYN facilities, will be held in the framework of the forum.

We hope for your suggestions about the scientific agenda of the forum, as well as for your participation in this event.

Сухих Г.Т.

Head of the forum,
Academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences
G.T. Sukhikh

Сухих Г.Т.


Сухих Г.Т.

President of the RSOG,
Academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences
V.N. Serov

Сухих Г.Т.

Primary scientific discussion fields on the agenda of the forum

  • Demographics and reproduction: modern tendencies.
  • Modernization of healthcare system. Key improvements in decreasing maternal and infantile morbidity and mortality.
  • Molecular-genetic research in perinatal medicine; prenatal diagnostics.
  • Role of nutrition and genetic factors during pregnancy.
  • Premature deliveries and miscarriages. Premature labour.
  • Medical emergencies in obstetrics.
  • Scientific developments in sphere of preeclampsia.
  • Role of biomarkers in prognosis, diagnostics, and improvement of control of preeclampsia.
  • Haemostasiological changes during preeclampsia.
  • Treatment of preeclampsia. Monitoring of pregnant patient’s and foetus’s condition.
  • Anesthesia as labour pain relief during preeclampsia. Reanimation and intensive therapy.
  • Nutrient support of premature babies of various gestational age.
  • Injury of CNS in premature babies.
  • Clinical audit in obstetrics and neonatology.
  • Operative gynaecology: new technologies.
  • Gynaecological endocrinology. Controversial and unresolved issues.
  • Sexually transmitted infections. Inflammatory diseases.
  • Overcoming infertility in marriage, relevant tendencies of assisted reproductive technology development.
  • Issues of improving continuous education for OB/GYN doctors and neonatologists.