It is our pleasure to invite you to the 8th Russian Patient Congress, which will take place from 29 November – 1 December 2017 in Moscow.
This unique event is the place for an open direct dialogue between state authorities and voluntary organisations, which speak today for the interests of large social layers in our country being patients, their families, medical profession, authorities, politicians, etc.
The All-Russian Patient Union (ARPU), in which the RuMSS plays one of the key roles, is again bringing together, in one hall, patients, physicians, government employees, manufacturers of medicines and medical equipment and all those involved in resolving urgent patients’ problems in Russia and beyond.
In the year to come, we wish you perform strong, steadfast and winning actions towards achieving your goals. May it make the world a better place for living, and people near you – happier!
Russian Multiple Sclerosis Society (RuMSS)
Activities volume increases: All-Russian Congress of Patients and RuMSS Congress outlined new challenges for community leaders
VII Russian Congress of Patients will take place on 9-11 November 2016 at the Multimedia International Agency ‘Russia Today’, Moscow. The congress will have its theme as ‘The government and citizens to develop a patient focused healthcare in Russia’.
Most often, ‘inclusive’ accompanies such words as ‘society’ and ‘education’. We sometimes forget that indefinitely more everyday life aspects need be inclusive to the majority of people. So an Inclusive Ball was given, while people with multiple sclerosis (PwMS) and those involved were celebrating WORLD MS DAY.
VI Russian Congress of Patients will take place on 12 November 2015 at the Multimedia International Agency ‘Russia Today’, Moscow.
The congress will have its theme as ‘The government and citizens to develop a patient focused healthcare in Russia’.
In solidarity with the rest of the world greeting World MS Day, the Russian MS Society organised and participated in a wide range of various events devoted to raising awareness, sharing difficulties and achievements of living with MS, discussing methods of treatment and rehabilitation.
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