Syrian Board of Medical Specialties (SBOMS) completed a 3-day Management of Emergency Cases of Internal Diseases course attended by 20 resident doctors in Internal Medicine and family medicine.

The management of critical emergencies in the hospital contributes to an increase in the quality of treatment and the survival rate of critically ill patients.

Critical emergency patients often experience sudden health deterioration or unexpected side effects during treatment, which require constant monitoring and immediate and effective response by medical staff.

This training is designed for internal medicine residents and family medicine residents who work in emergency and intensive care departments in hospitals that provide internal medicine services.

It should be noted that the division of training and continuing medical education carried out a study of the need for the most important training of resident doctors. According to the results, plans have been drawn up for the completion of a series of courses, including all residents in training in all specialties among the activities of the R4HSSS project to discuss the support of the health system in northwest Syria.