The lecture was made possible during the visit of Norwegians to the Center of Corporate Medicine to train personnel in providing first aid in the conditions of offshore oil production platforms.
"We decided to take the opportunity to conduct a lecture for future medical assistants. Industrial medicine is actively developing today, the world is actively developing the northern territories, so medical personnel who are able to work in remote conditions are becoming more and more in demand every day. We want to draw the attention of future specialists to this area, the lecture is a good strategic move for our company, we are ready to invest and grow personnel for the field, "said Sergey Antipov, General Director of the Center of Corporate Medicine
At the lecture, Thomas Linder will tell senior students of the college about the future of pre-hospital medicine.
SAFER - Norwegian Foundation for the Promotion of Education and Research in the Field of Medicine and Health Protection, operating since 2006. Located in the city of Stavanger - the oil capital of Norway, where the headquarters of the state-owned oil company Statoil ASA.