The First Armenian-American International Congress of Dentists will be held in Armenia and Artsakh from 24 to 28 May.
The event organized through the joint efforts of the Yerevan State Medical University after Mkhitar Heratsi and the Armenian Dental Association is dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the First Republic of Armenia, Chief Dentist Lazar Yesayan said on Thursday.
The doctor noted the dentistry, as the other branches of medicine, is facing some issues.
“Those problems are generally inevitable across the world. One of them refers to improving knowledge, as well as mastering professional capacities and skills,” he said. “Such international conferences both in Armenia and abroad are considered one of the most important components of continuous medical education.”
Mr. Yesayan stressed similar events further enhance the knowledge in the sphere, helping experts to acquire new skills.
The event is also expected to include practical trainings, he said.
Yerevan, Armenia’s capital is set to host the First Armenian-American International Congress of Dentists from 24 to 26 May. The congress featuring a series of professional meetings on pressing issues of modern dentistry is shceuled for Artsakh’s Stepanakert on 28 May.
The annual meeting of the Academy of Dentistry International will also be held as part of the event, expecting to bring together renowned experts, doctor-stomatologists from Armenia, Russia, Kazakhstan and Georgia.