In 2014 the Russian Federation of Anaesthesiologists and Reanimatologists (RFAR) held a number of events across the country.
The year began with a conference entitled “Theory and practice of anaesthesia, and intensive care in obstetrics and gynaecology” with more than 1,500 anaesthesiologists from cities across Russia in attendance.
They also hosted the Third Interdisciplinary Scientific Practical Conference entitled “Regional anaesthesia and perioperative analgesia: yesterday, today, and tomorrow”. In parallel to the conference, another course of lectures and workshops were offered on the nervous system, regional anaesthesia, pain management, regional anaesthesia and the use of ultrasound technology.
Next the Sixth All-Russian Scientific-Practical Conference, entitled “Standards and individual approaches in anaesthesiology and intensive care”, was held in Gelendzhik with international participation and more than 700 people at the event.
This was followed by the Fourteenth Congress of the Russian Federation of Anaesthesiologists and Reanimatologists in September, with more than 2,000 in attendance; and the First Congress of the Association of Obstetric Anaesthesiologists, which was attended by over 200 participants from 37 regions in Russia.
Additionally, an educational course on anaesthesiology was held in winter 2014. “Teach the teachers” was conducted in Russian with the support of the WFSA and the Russian Federation of Anaesthesiologists and Reanimatologists.
Military Medical Academy, Lebedeva 6,
194044 St Petersburg RUSSIA
President: Dr Konstantin Lebedinski
Treasurer: Dr Ainagul Zholdoshevna Bayalieva
Preferred Language: English
Year Joined: 1972
Anaesthesia Workforce Data
- PAP Density: 20.91
- Population: 143,457,000
- Physicians: 702,855
- Physician anaesthesia providers: 30,000
- Surgeons: 23,842
- Nurse anaesthesia providers: 0
- Other anaesthesia providers: 0
- No. of physician providers that have an anaesthetic qualification: 27,000
- Minimum duration of training (years) for physician anaesthesia providers: 1
- Typical duration of training (years) for nurse anaesthesia providers: 0
- Typical duration of training (years) for non physician / non-nurse anaesthesia providers: 0