Fast development of modern medicine requires continuing education and training in all areas. In order to keep pace, we have developed programs of multidisciplinary continuing education and training, arranged in various forms (lectures, debates, seminars) for nurses and medical technicians, young doctors and perfusion department technicians. Simulation learning programs are performed at the same time: cardiopulmonary resuscitation for all employees, airway management and intensive treatment. New educational programs are being prepared.

Education of nurses / medical technicians according to the following modules:

  • Theoretical education module – 16 lectures with practical exercises (provided by medical doctors and nurse educators – head nurses) – according to the preset program (once a week)
  • Cardiopulmonary resuscitation module – Lectures, exercises and clinical scenarios for the implementation of CPR (provided by medical doctors and nurse educators – head nurses) – module lasts for seven weekdays – the education of the second group is in progress.

Classes are conducted according to the established plan: the first group includes nurses and medical technicians of the Clinic for Anesthesia and Intensive Care (Department of Anesthesia and Intensive Care) and the Coronary Unit. Classes will then be conducted for nurses / medical technicians of all clinics and departments.

Education of young medical doctors

Theoretical education module

It is intended for young doctors with mentors / educators and it is conducted according to the foreseen program of the Education Team (once a week). 32 lectures are planned until October 7 th , 2021 for 46 young doctors. The cardiopulmonary resuscitation module with a program which lasts 5-6 weekdays is being prepared (educator training is in progress). The beginning of work with the first group of young doctors at the Clinic for Anesthesia and Intensive Care is currently being prepared, and later on all participants in the training will be included.

Contact details

Contact person

Prof. dr Nebojša Tasić


011 360 1669


[email protected]