Trauma surgeons

A group of Ukrainian trauma surgeons participate in Advanced Trauma Life Support and Rural Trauma Team Development Course training at West Virginia University in 2013 as part of a collaboration with the American College of Surgeons and the World Federation of Ukrainian Medical Associations in the United States.

As healthcare professionals in Ukraine are increasingly overwhelmed by dire circumstances amid war, some are relying on training from experts at West Virginia University.

Nearly a decade ago, a group of 6 trauma surgeons from Ukraine visited the WVU Medicine Jon Michael Moore Trauma Center as part of a collaboration with the American College of Surgeons and the World Federation of Ukrainian Medical Associations in the United States. The historic visit in October 2013 was the 1st unified educational opportunity including surgeons from Eastern and Western Ukraine.

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