International Symposium of Obstetric care ISOC was conceived as an event that unites specialists from perinatal sphere who support and develop a humane approach to childbirth in different countries. Every year ISOC takes place in the different country. The purpose of the event is the integration of knowledge, skills and practices in such areas as human science, medicine, psychology, obstetrics, and their application in the accomplishment of motherhood and childhood. What makes this event different is orientation to the sphere of needs of the specific person and family in obstetrics and perinatology. Annually the topic of the ISOC is defined by the most pressing issues of perinatology. The event is of theoretical and practical nature. Choosing the clinic for the event is also defined by the principle of the humanity of providing the help. Our trips contribute to the development of the personal relationships between professionals, countries, clinics and patients. The idea of the #ISOC is to find solutions to the most important and acute questions in obstetrics.
Every ISOC takes place in a different country every year. This is a non-profit project.
In 2018, ISOC will take place in Moscow, Russia.
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ISOC 2018 will take place in Moscow, Russia. The event will be held at the premises of the Perinatal Medical Centre from 22 to 23 September 2018. The main topic of the ISOC 2018 is “Interaction: Midwife, Doula, Doctor, Woman, Family”.
Programme of the event:
ISOC 2018, Theoretical Partheoretical part.
22nd of September 2018
9.00 Opening. Welcome speech.
9.30 L. Krasilnikova, midwife, Russia: “Is it necessary to prepare for childbirth?”
10.00 V. Generalova, doc.gyn., Russia: “The ideal team for childbirth. Interaction between team members.”
10.00 A.Merlo, doc.gyn, Slovenia: “Working with doulas: different experiences.”
10.30 U. Vuchenovich, doc.gyn, Russia: “The interaction between an obstetrician - gynaecologist and a gynaecologist with the specialist providing individual support during childbirth.”
11.30 V. Borodyntseva, midwife, Russia. “The doula: an assistant or a rival?”12.00 Coffee break
12.30 T. Kuzmina, doula, neonatologist, psychologist, Russia: "The woman, medical personnel, the doula - accompanying perinatal loss."
13.30 V. Chebotareva, doula, psychologist, Russia: "The doula in law."
14.00 S. Votiakova, doula, psychologist, Slovenia: “Communication in the delivery room.”
14.30 Ksenija Malia Leban, doula, Slovenia: "Unveiling personality traits of the birth companion"
15.00 Angelika Rodler, doula, Austia: "The doula's role in the birth circle of support - practical guidelines for a nonconflict interaction."
15.30 Dmitry Feshin, Linght in hand found director, Russia: "Interaction with a perinatal loss patient and protection from emotional burnout."
23 September 2018
Practical part (visiting is possible at the invitation by organizers)
Visit to the birth clinic, discussions on the protocol and support strategies used in special situations, participation in the activities carried out in the maternity ward and operating room.
ISOC 2018 Organisers:
Gaja, Medical and Psychological Centre, Slovenia
Perinatal Psychology Institute, Slovenia
Perinatal Medical Centre, Moscow, Russia
Perinatal Specialists' Society, St. Petersburg, Russia