Slika 1Minister of Health and Social Welfare of the Republic of Srpska Dragan Bogdanic visited young doctors of medicine, past most outstanding students of the Faculty of Medicine Banjaluka who had their first working day in the University Clinical Centre of the Republic of Srpska.

Minsiter Bogdanic said: „Obligation of the state is to provide opportunities to the most outstanding students in order for them to demonstrate their knowledge. Accordingly, we wanted to demonstrate that we appreciated efforts and activities of our young colleagues who started to fulfil their ambitions”.

Assistant General Manager for Medical Affairs of the UCC RS Slobodan Hajder, MD said that providing the best students with opportunities for work experience was continuation of the tradition. He also reminded the young colleagues that the profession of medical doctor required a lot of work and sacrifice and wished them to fulfil their professional ambitions.

Jovana Cavka, who chose residency training in intensive care medicine, expressed her gratitude for the given opportunity and her hope that she would demonstrate enough skills and knowledge to create conditions in order for her to continue to work in the biggest healthcare institution in the Republic of Srpska.

Just to remind: During the meeting held on June 13th, 2016, organized by the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare of the Republic of Srpska, which was attended by the Minister of Health and Social Welfare, representatives of healthcare institutions, representatives of the Faculty of Medicine in Banjaluka and Foca and representatives of Association of Unemployed Doctors, it was agreed that fifteen most outstanding students of medicine would be employed. The University Clinical Centre of the Republic of Srpska was privileged and obliged to provide employment for five medical doctors. Accordingly, on July 4th, 2016, a reception for five most outstanding students for the 2014-2015 academic year hosted by General Manager of the UCC RS was organized.

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