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The city of Belgrade, Serbia will be the host of the 13th World Congress of Perinatal Medicine, which will be held on October 26th to 29th, 2017.

The Congress will put together professionals in all areas of perinatal, neonatal, obstetrics, pediatric, perinatal pathology, pediatric surgery, pedi­atric cardiology and genetics from all around the world. On this occasion, we had the great opportunity to speak with Prof. Aleksandar Ljubic, D. Sci.Med, the President of the 13th WCPM.

Prof. Aleksandar Ljubic, D. Sci.Med devoted his scientific career towards the reproductive health of women, and today enjoys the status of one of the greatest experts in the world.

He is a Deputy Secretary of the World Association of Perinatal Medicine and visiting lecturer on the Cornell University, New York.
He is a President of Serbian Society for Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology. In 2017 he will be the President of the World Congress of Perinatal Medicine that will take place in Belgrade.

SEEbtm magazine: Does Serbia follow inter­national trends in the field of perinatal medicine and reproductive health?

Prof. Aleksandar Ljubic, D. Sci.Med:Domestic experts invest sig­nificant efforts in accepting last trends, and for our patients international standards are equally available. I have to emphasize that our experts are recognized worldwide as leaders in creating new meth­ods (such as SEGO program, for example), putting Serbia on one of the leading positions in the region.

SEEbtm magazine: How Belgrade won the bid for hosting the world congress?

Prof. Aleksandar Ljubic, D. Sci.Med: We have done bidding together  with Serbia Convention Bureau (a sector within NTOS), and with our PCO agency “Aria”, and the process include preparation of special-made documents where we needed to demonstrate our quantitative and qualitative capability to organize such an important event with around 3,000 participants.

This was followed by Serbia bid promotion to the colleagues around the world, and on the final presentation in front of the World Associa­tion Board it has been decided that Belgrade has significant capacity and know­how necessary for the or­ganization. Of course, although this seems as unbelievably easy task, it is clear that a lot of efforts and devotions have been invested.

SEEbtm magazine: What is the connection between events organization and development of various fields of medicine?

Prof. Aleksandar Ljubic, D. Sci.Med: It is a unique opportunity to meet the colleagues from around the world, to present your own rese­arch and capacities, to be assured about quality and innovativity of new methods and technology.

“I will be free to say that organization of international meetings in Serbia is a key to success and survival in every profession, and especially in medicine.”

Congresses are very important for young residents, since in their own country they have possibility to learn and talk with leading experts in the world and present their own research.

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Miona Milic
More than 10 years in events industry, as a project manager, content developer, offline and internet marketing campaigns, event manager for SEEbtm party, Editor-in-Chief of SEEbtm magazine… Professionalism, constant learning and personal, such as business upgrading, finds essential for success. Creativity in all fields is very important to her. Love to be physically active, travel, meet people and have a good time. But, beside everything, the greatest accomplishment and most important thing for her is being a MOM.

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