At this year’s seventh consecutive International Medis Awards for Medical Research competition, three doctors from Bosnia and Herzegovina were among the nineteen finalists, and two of them won first place in their disciplines.
At the closing event, which was held virtually due to the pandemic, awards and recognitions for research work were given to the best doctors and pharmacists who, in addition to clinical work, are engaged in research. In the field of intensive care and anesthesiology, the winner was dr. sc. Nermina Rizvanovic from the Department of Anesthesiology, Resuscitation and Intensive Care of the Cantonal Hospital Zenica.
She stated that combining research and clinical work is not always easy, especially in a transition country like Bosnia and Herzegovina.
”Research is a very challenging way of learning, but the desire for new evidence keeps me going even when the situation becomes difficult,” she stated.
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