Programme & Courses

Fellowship Programs within Ian Donald School

 

Ian Donald School is providing following specialized postgraduate courses leading to Master degree:

 

·         Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology

·         Perinatal Medicine

·         Human Reproduction, Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility

·         Minimally Invasive Gynecologic Surgery

·         Fetal, Neonatal and Pediatric Echocardiography

 

You can see curricula of the five courses on the next pages.

Courses are scheduled as one-year courses on a part-time basis. The unique opportunity is that these courses can be attended without compromising professional or private commitments because they are organized as modules over the time of 12 months. Each module lasts one week. Modules are composed of the theoretical part and practical training.

 

Upon fulfilling all the requirements and passing prescribed examinations, attendants are awarded Master degree issued by Ian Donald School.

 

 

For more information please contact

Ms. Jadranka Cerovec

Email:  jadranka.cerovec@yahoo.com

 

ULTRASOUND IN OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY

 

Course title

ULTRASOUND IN OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY

Type of the course

University specialized Fellowship Program

Duration of the course

One academic year, two semesters

Course leaders

Asim Kurjak, Professor Emeritus, University Sarajevo School of Science and Technology, Sarajevo, BIH

Frank Chervenak, Professor, New York, USA

Faculty

Asim Kurjak, Croatia

Frank Chervenak, USA

Eberhard Merz, Germany

Ritsuko Kimata Pooh, Japan

Sanja Kupesic Plavsic, USA

Milan Stanojevic, Croatia

Ivica Zalud, USA

Aris Antsaklis, Greece

Lara Spalldi Barišić, Croatia

Panagiotis Antsaklis, Greece

Sonal Panchal, India

Aida Salihagić Kadić, Croatia

Srećko Gajović, Croatia

Amir Muzur, Croatia

Ulla Marton, Croatia

Prerequisites

Those with a diploma of completed education, residents or specialists of OB/GYN, license

Syllabus outline

The program consists of 6 obligatory and 2 elective modules

Obligatory module 1: Ultrasound in gynecology

Obligatory module 2: Ultrasound in the 1st trimester-sonoembryology

Obligatory module 3: Fetal well being (Fetal biometry and fetal growth)

Obligatory module 4: Fetal anatomy – placenta – umbilical cord

Obligatory module 5: Fetal congenital anomalies

Obligatory module 6: 3D/ 4D ultrasound  in Obstetrics and gynecology   and Doppler in gynecology and infertility

Elective module: 1. How to write scientific texts

                               2. KANET diploma

Objectives

Postgraduate Fellowship program on Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology is designed to gain and broaden the basic knowledge and skills in ultrasound assessment in the field of obstetrics and gynecology.

Learning outcomes

1.          Fundamental Principles of Ultrasound- techniques possibilities and limitations.

2.          Knowing how to use, acquire and adjust images produced by transabdominal and transvaginal US. Orientation.

3.          Identifying and differentiating between normal and abnormal gynecological US examination.

4.          Identifying different pathology on pelvic US.

5.          Performing complete US examination in all trimesters of pregnancy.

6.          Learning how to write a comprehensive obstetric US report in the 1st, 2nd and 3rd trimesters of pregnancy.

7.          Performing a 1st trimester ultrasound scan.

8.          Transvaginal/ transabdominal cervicometry

9.          Performing a complete fetal anatomy scan in 2nd trimester of pregnancy.

10.      Performing a US scan in twin (multiple) pregnancy (early and advanced pregnancy)

11.      Recognizing fetal dysmorphology and knowing the significance of their presence.

12.      Assessing fetal well being.

13.      Knowing how and when to use color/power Doppler in Ob & Gyn Ultrasound.

14.      Role of all ultrasound modalities (B mode, Doppler, 3D, 3D Color and power Doppler, different render modes,  4D ultrasound)

15.      Witnessing and being acquainted for the 3D/4D US application in Obstetrics and Gynecology.

16.      Witnessing and getting acquainted by the invasive procedures in fetal medicine.

17.      4D ultrasound-  introduction in fetal neurodevelopmental assessment by KANET

18.      Broaden the knowledge and consciousness of important ethical and legal issues in obstetrics and gynecology in the decision making process while caring for pregnant women and fetus at the limits of viability, those with severe congenital anomalies and other life threatening disorders. Fellow should also understand the role of ethics committee and importance of multidisciplinary work and approach. Learn the basic steps in patient counselling.

Learning and teaching methods

Blended learning approach is utilised, linking academic theory to clinical practice via work based learning, formal key note lectures, seminars, tutorials, hands-on training, demonstrations, e-learning, shared learning and self-directed study.

Modules are composed of the theoretical part and practical training (scanning demonstration and hands-on training which is almost 70% of the curriculum).

Each module delivers 50 hours of training including the theoretical and practical part.

Assessment

A comprehensive end of module exam will be given at the end of each module. After successful completion of each module, the fellow should present or send via e-mail the certificate proving attendance and log book, which qualifies him/her to take the summative (final) exam. Final exam includes ultrasound skills exam, written essay and theoretical oral exam with committee of 3 examiners. After successful completion of Fellowship program in Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology, the fellow receives diploma and becomes Master in Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology.

After receiving the diploma, the fellow may continue directly second year of the doctoral course to obtain a PhD degree.

Student commitments

If some of the applicants do not complete the program within the defined period of time, they can continue in the next academic year. In these circumstances, they have to attend all the missing lectures and pass the separate exam and final exam.

Place of the realization of the program

Zagreb, Dubrovnik (Croatia)

Sarajevo (BIH)

Ahmedabad (India)

Literature

Compulsory

  1. Kurjak A, Chervenak FA. Donald School Textbook of Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology, 4th edition.  Jaypee Brothers, New Delhi, 2017.
  2. Pooh RK, Kurjak A. Donald School Atlas of Advanced Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology, Jaypee Brothers, New Delhi, 2015.
  3. Kurjak A, Spalldi Barišić L, Kupešić Plavšić S. Ultrazvuk u Ginekologiji i Perinatologiji, 2nd edition, Medicinska Naklada, Zagreb, 2019.
  4. Panchal S, Nagori C. Color Doppler in Obstetrics & Gynecology. Text and Atlas. Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers, New Delhi, 2019.
  5. Kupesic S. Color Doppler, 3D and 4D Ultrasound in Gynecology, Infertility and Obstetrics, Jaypee Brothers, New Delhi, 2011.
  6. Kupesic S. Donald School video on Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology, Jaypee Brothers, New Delhi, 2013.
  7. Kurjak A, Chervenak F. Textbook of Perinatal Medicine, 3rd edition, Jaypee Brothers, New Delhi, 2015.
  8. Badreldeen A, Kurjak A. Donald school Textbook of Diabetic Pregnancy & Ultrasound, Jaypee Brothers, New Delhi, 2018.
  9. Wataganara T, Pooh RK, Kurjak A. Donald School Textbook of Power-Point Presentation on Advanced Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology, Jaypee Brothers, New Delhi, 2015.
  10. Pooh RK, Kurjak A. Fetal Neurology, Jaypee Brothers, New Delhi, 2009.
  11. D'Addario V. Donald School Basic Textbook of Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology, Jaypee Brothers, New Delhi, 2008.
  12. Kurjak A, Chervenak FA: Donald School EMBRYO AS A PERSON AND AS A PATIENT, Jaypee Brothers, New Delhi, 2019
  13. Merz E, Kurjak A: Donald School Textbook CURRENT STATUS OF CLINICAL USE OF 3D/4D ULTRASOUND IN OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY, Jaypee Brothers, New Delhi, 2019
  14. Subscription to the Donald School Journal of Ultrasound in Obsetrics and Gynecology- DSJUOG (web page www.jaypeebrothers.com)

 

Optional

  1. Kurjak A, Bajo Arenas J. Donald School Textbook of Transvaginal Sonography, 3rd ed, Jaypee Brothers, New Delhi, 2017 (early in 2018)
  2. Carrera JM, Kurjak A. Donald School Atlas of Clinical Application of Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology. Jaypee Brothers, New Delhi, 2006
  3. Kurjak A. Donald School Atlas of Fetal Anomalies. Jaypee Brothers, New Delhi, 2006
  4. Antsaklis A, Troyano JM. Donald School Textbook of Interventional Ultrasound. Jaypee Brothers, New Delhi, 2008

Total 300 hours of lectures, seminars and hands-on

ECTS

60

 


PERINATAL MEDICINE

 

Course title

PERINATAL MEDICINE

Type of the course

University specialized Fellowship Program

Duration of the course

One academic year, two semesters

Course leaders

Asim Kurjak, professor Emeritus, University Sarajevo School of Science and Technology, Sarajevo, BIH

Ivica Zalud, professor, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA

Milan Stanojevic, professor, Zagreb, Croatia

Faculty

Frank Chervenak, USA

Asim Kurjak, Croatia

Giovanni Monni, Italy

Milan Stanojevic, Croatia

Eberhard Merz, Germany

Ivica Zalud, USA

Aris Antsaklis, Greece

Panagiotis Antsaklis, Greece

Lara Spalldi Barišić, Croatia

Radu Vladareanu, Romania

Simona Vladareanu, Romania

Ulla Marton, Croatia

Zlatan Fatušić, BIH

Emina Hadžimuratović, BIH

Prerequisites

Those with a diploma of completed education, residents or specialists of OB/GYN, pediatrics, license

Syllabus outline

The program consists of 6 obligatory and 2 elective modules

Obligatory module 1: Organization, statistics, evidence based medicine and research in perinatal care 

Obligatory module 2: Ethical and legal dimensions of perinatal care

Obligatory module 3: Prevention, diagnosis and therapy in perinatal period

Obligatory module 4: Ultrasound and Doppler diagnosis in perinatal medicine

Obligatory module 5: Maternal disease affecting perinatal period

Obligatory module 6: Basics of neonatology

Elective module 1: Perinatal genetics

Elective module 2: Preterm labor

Objectives

Postgraduate Fellowship program on Perinatal medicine is designed to broaden the knowledge and skills for obstetricians and pediatricians involved in delivery of perinatal health care. Besides the objectives to foster acquisition, integration and implementation of new knowledge and the newest technologies into all levels of perinatal health care, this program offers to participants the insight into many interdisciplinary problems in perinatal medicine like ethics, organization, statistics, molecular genetics and genomics, research, and applied technology.

Learning outcomes

·            Understand the concept of perinatal medicine and regionalization of perinatal care with levels of care. They should understand the meaning of follow - up of the outcome based on perinatal statistics, with basic and advanced knowledge of definitions and indicators of the audit in perinatal medicine from obstetrical and neonatal point of view

·            Broaden the knowledge and consciousness of important ethical and legal issues in perinatal medicine in the decision making process while caring for pregnant women and neonates at the limits of viability, those with severe congenital malformations and other life threatening disorders. They should also understand the role of ethics committee and patient counseling

·            Become aware of the stepwise analysis during prenatal and postnatal decision making process when making the diagnosis and differential. They will be given means to understand the most important diseases pre- and postnatally, to diagnose, to prevent and to treat them

·            Be able to understand the concept and to recognize five great obstetrical syndromes (pre-eclampsia, premature labor, placental abruption, premature rupture of membranes and fetal growth retardation) and will be given state of the art and the most recent information on all of them

·            Be aware that most diseases must be identified early enough to allow intervention and prevention not only of the clinical manifestation of disease but also of the long-term handicaps it may cause.

·            Be informed about diagnostic value of transabdominal and transvaginal ultrasound in perinatal medicine. Be able to perform independently complete ultrasound examination in all trimesters of pregnancy. Be skilled in 1st trimester ultrasound scan and complete fetal anatomy scan in the 2nd and the 3rd trimester of pregnancy

·            Recognize fetal dysmorphology by ultrasound and know the significance of presence of congenital malformations

·            Assess fetal well being and know how and when to use color Doppler in obstetrics

·            Witness and become acquainted with  invasive procedures in fetal medicine

·            Witness and become acquainted with 3D/4D ultrasound application in obstetrics

·            Be informed and understand the meaning of intrauterine growth restriction from obstetrical and neonatological point of view, with special emphasis on prenatal origin of adult disease (Barker hypothesis)

·            Understand the causes of preterm delivery with consequences for the mother, baby and the society

·            Understand why multiple pregnancies are high risk pregnancies and how to manage them prenatally, intrapartum and postnatally

·            Be informed about the management of labor and delivery with the concept of natural versus programmed labor, with special emphasis on normal and abnormal process of labor and delivery, intrapartum-follow up of fetal well being, and the criteria of fetal distress and hypoxia during delivery

·            Be acquainted with the most common maternal diseases during preconception, pregnancy, delivery and puerperium such as: diabetes mellitus, thyroid disease in pregnancy, preexisting- and pregnancy induced hypertension with special forms like HELLP syndrome, uterine structural anomalies and their impact on pregnancy outcome, thrombophilia, collagen disorders and many more.

·            Be - as obstetricians - educated in neonatology about basic neonatal problems.

·            Be - as pediatricians - competent in neonatology at subspeciality level.

·            Be - as neonatologists - capable of providing best care for newborn infants in primary, secondary, and tertiary care, including intensive care of highest standard for critically sick neonates and very low birth weight infants using advanced therapeutic and supportive modalities and skills. Effectively plan therapeutic, rehabilitative, preventive and promotive measures or strategies

·            Make rationale decision in the face of ethical dilemmas in perinatal and neonatal diseases

·            Demonstrate empathy and humane approach towards patients and their families and exhibit interpersonal behavior in accordance with social norms and expectations

·            Exhibit excellent communication skills in dealing with parents and practice compassionate attitude in the field of neonatology

·            Implement a comprehensive follow up- and early intervention program for the “at risk” newborn infants, and plan, counsel and advice rehabilitation of the neurodevelopmentally and physically challenged infants.    

Learning and teaching methods

Each module is composed of the theoretical part and practical training (scanning demonstration and hands-on training which is almost 40% of the curriculum).

Each module delivers 50 hours of training including the theoretical and practical part.

Assessment

A comprehensive end of module exam will be given at the end of each module. After completion of each module, the fellow should present or send via e-mail the certificate proving attendance and log book, which qualifies him/her to take the summative (final) exam. Final exam includes test and theoretical oral exam in front of the committee of 3 examiners.

Student commitments

If some of the applicants do not complete the program within the defined period of time, they can continue in the next academic year. In these circumstances, they have to attend all the missing lectures and pass the separate exam and final exam.

Place of the realization of the program

Zagreb and Dubrovnik (Croatia)

Ahmedabad (India)

Literature

Compulsory

  1. Kurjak A, Chervenak FA. Textbook of Perinatal Medicine, 3rd edition.  Jaypee Brothers, New Delhi, 2015.
  2. Kurjak A, Chervenak FA. Donald School Textbook of Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology, 4th edition.  Jaypee Brothers, New Delhi, 2017.
  3. Kurjak A, Spalldi Barišić L, Kupešić Plavšić S. Ultrazvuk u Ginekologiji i Perinatologiji, 2nd edition, Medicinska Naklada, Zagreb, 2018.
  4. Cunningham F,  Leveno KJ, Bloom S, Dashe J, Hoffman BL, Casey BM,  Spong CY. Williams Obstetrics, 25th Edition. MacGraw Hill Companies, New York, 2018.
  5. AAP, ACOG. Guidelinef for perinatal care, 8th edition. ACOG, Washington, 2017.
  6. Badreldeen A, Kurjak A. Donald school Textbook of Diabetic Pregnancy & Ultrasound, Jaypee Brothers, New Delhi, 2018.
  7. Macones GA, Odibo AO. Fetal Assessment, An Issue of Clinics in Perinatology. Saunders, Philadelphia, 2011.
  8. Gleason CG, Sherin Devaskar S, Ed. Avery’s Diseases of the Newborn, 9th edition. Saunders, Philadelphia, 2012.
  9. Rennie JM. Rennie & Roberton's Textbook of Neonatology, 5th Edition. Churchill Livingstone, 2012.
  10. Pooh RK, Kurjak A. Fetal neurology. Jaypee Brothers, New Delhi, 2009.
  11. White RL. Foundations of Developmental Care, An Issue of Clinics in Perinatology Saunders, Philadelphia, 2011.
  12. Alan Fleischman A, Iams JD. Prematurity: Art and Science, An Issue of Clinics in Perinatology. Saunders, Philadelphia, 2011.
  13. Spitzer AR, Ellsbury D. Quality Improvement in Neonatal and Perinatal Medicine, An Issue of Clinics in Perinatology. Saunders, Philadelphia, 2010.
  14. Fairchild KD, Polin RA. Healthcare Associated Infections in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, An Issue of Clinics in Perinatology. Saunders, Philadelphia, 2010.
  15. du Plessis AJ. Neurology of the Newborn Infant, An Issue of Clinics in Perinatology. Saunders, Philadelphia, 2010.
  16. Remington JS, Klein JO, Wilson CB, Nizet V, Maldonado Y. Infectious Diseases of the Fetus and Newborn, 7th Edition, Saunders, Philadelphia, 2011.
  17. Goldsmith JP, Karotkin EH. Assisted Ventilation of the Neonate, 5th Edition. Saunders, Philadelphia, 2011.
  18. Levene MI, Chervenak FA. Fetal and Neonatal Neurology and Neurosurgery, 4th Edition, Churchill Livingstone, New York, 2009.
  19. Volpe JJ. Neurology of the Newborn, 5th Edition. Saunders, Philadelphia, 2008.
  20. Blickstein I, Chervanak J, Chervanak F. Medical Legal Issues in Perinatal Medicine: Part I, An Issue of Clinics in Perinatology. Saunders, Philadelphia, 2007.
  21. Blickstein I, Chervanak J, Chervanak F. Medical Legal Issues in Perinatal Medicine: Part II, An Issue of Clinics in Perinatology. Saunders, Philadelphia, 2007.
  22. Schenker GJ. Ethical dilemmas in perinatal medicine. Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers, St. Louis, Panama City, Delhi, 2010.
  23. Kliegman RM, Stanton BMD, Joseph St. Geme, Schor N, Behrman RE. Nelson Textbook of Pediatrics, 19th Edition. Saunders, Philadelphia, 2011.
  24. Polin RA, Fairchild KD. Early Onset Neonatal Sepsis, An Issue of Clinics in Perinatology. Saunders, Philadelphia, 2010.
  25. Spitzer AR, White R. Neuroprotection in the Newborn, An Issue of Clinics in Perinatology. Saunders, Philadelphia, 2008.
  26. Bancalari E. The Newborn Lung: Neonatology Questions and Controversies. Saunders, Philadelphia, 2008.
  27. Uhing MR, Kliegman RM. Current Controversies in Perinatology, An Issue of Clinics in Perinatology. Saunders, Philapdelphia, 2009.
  28. Subscription to the Donald School Journal of Ultrasound in Obsetrics and Gynecology (web page www.jaypeebrothers.com)

Total 300 hours of lectures, seminars and hands-on

ECTS

60

 

HUMAN REPRODUCTION, REPRODUCTIVE ENDOCRINOLOGY AND INFERTILITY

 

Course title

HUMAN REPRODUCTION, REPRODUCTIVE ENDOCRINOLOGY AND INFERTILITY

Type of the course

University Specialized Fellowship Program

Duration of the course

One academic year, two semesters

Course leaders

Sanja Kupesic Plavsic, professor, El Paso, USA

Veljko Vlaisavljevic, professor, Maribor, Slovenia

Faculty

Sanja Kupesic Plavsic, USA

V. Vlaisavljević, Slovenia

Sonal Panchal, India

Aleksandar Ljubić, Serbia

Renato Bauman, Croatia

Biserka Funduk Kurjak, Croatia

Davor Ježek, Croatia

Asim Kurjak, Croatia

Mustafa Bahceci, BiH

Eda Vrtačnik Bokal, Slovenia

Uršula Reš Muravec, Slovenia

Jure Knez, Slovenia

Suada Tinjić, BiH

M. Reljic, Slovenia

Prerequisites

University diploma of completed medical school education valid license for clinical work, specialists of OB/GYN or residents at the second or higher year of specialist training.

Syllabus outline

The fellowship consists of 9 obligatory sessions condensed in 6 modules (each lasting one week) and 1 elective module.

Obligatory session 1: Basic science concepts of reproductive endocrinology

Obligatory session 2: Clinical endocrinology

Obligatory session 3: Infertility

Obligatory session 4: Psychology, ethics and law regulation in human reproduction

Obligatory session 5: Menopause

Obligatory session 6: Contraception

Obligatory session 7: Epidemiology and statistics in reproductive medicine

Obligatory session 8: Imaging in human reproduction

Obligatory session 9: Assisted reproductive techniques, laboratory experience and surgical skills

Elective module 1: How to write scientific text

Objectives

Graduate educational program in human reproduction, reproductive endocrinology and infertility is developed along the following guidelines to ensure a clinical and research experience consistent with the following educational goals: 

  1. Experience in the management of a wide variety of clinical problems affecting the development, the function and the aging of the human reproductive system. This experience should include disorders related to both men and women;
  2. Adequate clinical knowledge and basic clinical skills in treatment of infertility and reproductive disorders (including management of ovulation defects and techniques of assisted reproduction, which must include an adequate number and success rate), contraception, aging, diagnostic imaging and the surgical management of acquired and developmental abnormalities of the reproductive tract;
  3. Knowledge of the techniques and limitations of various diagnostic, surgical, and laboratory procedures utilized in clinical reproductive endocrinology and infertility; and
  4. A research experience centered into a specific area of investigation that will provide a thesis for the fellow and also stimulate future independent study.

Learning outcomes

At the completion of a fellowship program in human reproduction, reproductive endocrinology and infertility, the physician will be able to manage complex endocrine problems related to function of the reproductive system and to select and conduct appropriate therapies for the infertile couple. The fellow must understand endocrine assay methodology and principles of molecular biology and be skilled in laboratory techniques, clinical research design and statistical analysis. The fellow is expected to be proficient in the clinical diagnosis, utilization of most recent imaging techniques and in the surgical management of structural problems related to fertility and developmental abnormalities of the reproductive tract, as well as contemporary techniques involved in assisted reproductive technology.

Learning and teaching methods

Each module is composed of the theoretical part and practical training (scanning demonstration and hands-on training which is almost 40% of the curriculum).

Each module delivers 50 hours of training including the theoretical and practical part.

Assessment

After successful completion of the modules and satisfactory performance on final exam, the fellow receives a certificate that he/she has successfully completed a Fellowship program in Human Reproduction, Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility, and become a Master in Human Reproduction, Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility. After receiving the diploma, the fellow may continue directly second year of the doctoral course to obtain a PhD degree.

Student commitments

If some of the applicants do not complete the program within the defined period of time, they can continue in the next academic year. In these circumstances, they have to attend all the missing lectures and pass the separate exam and final exam.

Place of the realization of the program

Sarajevo and Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH)

Maribor and Ljubljana, Slovenia

Nagori Institute, Ahmedabad, India

Belgrade, Serbia

Literature  

Compulsory

              B. Alberts, A. Johnson, P. Walter Julian Lewis (Eds). Molecular biology of the cell, 6th edition, 2014.

        2.       L. Speroff and M.A. Fritz (Eds). Clinical Gynecologic Endocrinology and Infertility. 8th edition, Lippincott Williams Wilkin, 2011.

       3.       J. Larry Jameson (Ed). Harrison’s Endocrinology. 4th edition, Mc Graw Hill, 2016.

       4.       W. Klug, MR Cummings, CA Spencer, NA Palladino  (Eds). Essentials of Genetics, 9th Edition, 2015. ISBN-13:978-0134047799

        5.       S. Panchal. Donald School textbook of Human Reproduction & Gynecological Endocrinology. Jaypee Brothers, New Delhi, 2018.

         6.       S. Kupesic. Color Doppler, 3D and 4D Ultrasound in Gynecology, Infertility and Obstetrics. Jaypee 2011. ISBN  978-93-5025-090-7.

         7.       S. Kupesic (Ed). Video Atlas of Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gyencology. Jaypee 2011.

         8.       S. Kupesic (Ed.) Step by Sep Through Ob Gyn Cases. Distance learning website, Jaypee 2012.

         9.       D. K. Gardner , A. Weissman, C.M. Howels,Z. Shoham (Eds) Textbook of Assisted Reproductive Techniques: Laboratory and Clinical Perspectives, Informa Healthcare UK Ltd, 2009.

        10.    Peter R. Brinsden (Ed). A Textbook of In Vitro Fertilization and Assisted Reproduction: The Bourn Hall Guide to Clinical and Laboratory Practice: Includes Bourn Hall Protocols on CD-ROM, Third Edition , Taylor and Francis, 1999.

        11.   J. Van Blerkom and L. Gregory (Eds) . Esential IVF. Besic research and clinical aplication. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Boston /Dordrecht/ London, 2004.    

       12.    E. Nieschlag, H. M. Behre, S. Nieschlag (Eds). Andrology. Springer 2010. ISBN 3 900051 07 0.

        13.    The Division of Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility The American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Inc – Guide to learning 2008.

        14.    Kurjak A, Chervenak FA. Donald School Textbook of Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology, 4th edition.  Jaypee Brothers, New Delhi, 2017.

         15.   Subscription to the Donald School Journal of Ultrasound in Obsetrics and Gynecology (web page www.jaypeebrothers.com)

Total 300 hours of lectures, seminars and hands-on

ECTS

50

 

MINIMALLY INVASIVE GYNECOLOGIC SURGERY

 

Course title

MINIMALLY INVASIVE GYNECOLOGIC SURGERY

Type of the course

University specialized Fellowship Program

Duration of the course

One academic year, two semesters

Course leaders

Miroslav Kopjar, Zlatan Fatušić, Asim Kurjak 

Faculty

Silvio Altarac, Croatia

Renato Bauman, Croatia

Stanko Belina, Croatia

Tomislav Čanić, Croatia

Dževad Džanic, Bosnia &Herzegovina

Rajko Fureš, Croatia

Zulfo Godinjak, Bosnia & Herzegovina

Jasna Gutić, Bosnia & Herzegovina

Dubravko Habek, Croatia

Herman Haller, Croatia

Krunoslav Kuna, Croatia

Zoran Rajković, Croatia

Stanislav Rupčić, Croatia

Vladimir Šparac, Croatia

Martina Ribič-Pucelj, Slovenia

Iztok Takač, Slovenia

Prerequisites

University diploma of completed medical school education, valid license for clinical work, specialists of OB/GYN or residents at the second or higher year of specialist training. The choice of candidates for the study and the ranking list of applied candidates is made based on the criteria announced in the daily press.

Syllabus outline

The fellowship consists of 12 obligatory and 1 elective modules

Obligatory module 1: Anatomy, Embryology and Physiology

Obligatory module 2: Instruments used in endoscopic surgery

Obligatory module 3: Operative Laparoscopy

Obligatory module 4: Operative Hysteroscopy

Obligatory module 5: Complications of Laparoscopy and Hysteroscopy

Obligatory module 6: Vaginal Surgery

Obligatory module 7: Benign Gynecologic conditions

Obligatory module 8: Reproductive Surgery

Obligatory module 9: Urogynecology

Obligatory module 10: Urology

Obligatory module 11: General Surgery

Obligatory module 12: Medico-legal issues

Elective module 1: Telemedicine and Robotic surgery: current issues

Objectives

Postgraduate Fellowship program in Minimally invasive gynecologic surgery (MIGS) is designed to train ObGyn and Urology specialists and residents for sub-specialization in the constantly developing field of endoscopic surgery. A physician who is a subspecialist in the field of MIGS has an advanced knowledge of laparoscopic and hysteroscopic surgery and is capable of performing various minimally invasive procedures in gynecologic and urologic surgery and basic procedures in general surgery.

Learning outcomes

At the completion of a fellowship program the fellow will have a substantial knowledge in abdominal and pelvic anatomy and physiology, endoscopic technology and operative technique, and advanced clinical research design and statistical analysis. The fellow will become proficient in various surgical procedures, and indications, methodology, risks and complications of such procedures. The fellow will also be trained to successfully recognize and manage any complication that may occur during and after MIGS procedure. Having conducted investigative work leading to the production of a thesis, it is anticipated that the fellow will be capable of continued research endeavors and of preparation of research grants. Thus, by completion of a fellowship program, a fellow will have demonstrated progressive professional and intellectual growth.

Learning and teaching methods

Each module is composed of the theoretical part and practical training (scanning demonstration and hands-on training which is almost 40% of the curriculum).

Each module delivers 50 hours of training including the theoretical and practical part.

Assessment

The candidate must pass all the exams in the first year. In case a fellow would like to enroll in the second year of our fellowship program and complete the thesis, Postgraduate Course Committee and the program director will identify a mentor and will guide a candidate through the process of submission of the thesis. Submission of an approved thesis will be a requirement for entrance to the oral exam.

Student commitments

If some of the applicants do not complete the program within the defined period of time, they can continue in the next academic year. In these circumstances, they have to attend all the missing lectures and pass the separate exam and final exam.

Place of the realization of the program

 

Literature

Compulsory

  1. Kopjar M. Ginekološka endoskopija. Laparoskoija, histeroskopija. Vlastita naklada, 1999.
  2. Kopjar M, Pašić RP, Takač I Proceedings: Ginekološka kirurgija i endoskopija-Kurt Semm2017.
  3. Kopjar M, Šijanović S. Minimally invasive gynecologic surgery. Osijek University Medical School, in press.
  4. Pasic RP, Brill AI. Practical Manual of Minimally Invasive Gynecologic and Robotic Surgery: A Clinical Cook Book 3E. 3rd Ed. CRC Press, 2018.
  5. Einarsson JI, Wattiez A. Minimally Invasive Gynecologic Surgery: Evidence-Based Laparoscopic, Hysteroscopic & Robotic Surgeries. JP Medical Ltd:London, 2016.
  6. Schollmeyer T, Mettler L, Ruther D, Alkatout I: Laparoscopic&Hysteroscopic Gynecological Surgery (Kiel School -second edition) Jaype, 2013
  7. Kurjak A, Chervenak FA. Donald School Textbook of Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology, 4th edition.  Jaypee Brothers, New Delhi, 2017.

Optional

  1. Kurjak A, Bajo Arenas J. Donald School Textbook of Transvaginal Sonography. 3rd Ed. Jaypee Brothers Medical Pub, London, 2018.
  2. Kupesic S. Video Atlas of Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gyencology. Jaypee, 2011.
  3. Nezhat CR, Nezhat FR, Nezhat CH. Nezhat’s Operative gynecologic laparoscopy and hysteroscopy. Cambridge University Press, 2008.
  4. Pašić RP, Levine RL. A practical manual of laparoscopy: A clinical cookbook. The Parthenon Publishing group, 2007.

Total 300 hours of lectures, seminars and hands-on

ECTS

60

FETAL, NEONATAL AND PEDIATRIC ECHOCARDIOGRAPHY

 

Course title

FETAL, NEONATAL AND PEDIATRIC ECHOCARDIOGRAPHY

Type of the course

Specialized Fellowship Program

Duration of the course

One academic year, two semesters

Course leaders

Asim Kurjak, Zagreb, Croatia

Senka Mesihovic-Dinarevic, BIH

Faculty

Senka Mesihovic-Dinarevic, BIH

Ida Jovanovic, Serbia

Milan Stanojevic, Croatia

Cihat Sen, Turkey

Ulla Marton, Croatia

Prerequisites

Those with a diploma of completed education, residents or specialists of Pediatrics or OB/GYN license

Syllabus outline

The program consists of 5 obligatory and 1 elective modules

Obligatory module 1: Ultrasound physics, instrumentation and techniques

Obligatory module 2: Cardiac anatomy, normal and congenital heart diseases

Obligatory module 3: Fetal echocardiography imaging and diagnostic procedures

Obligatory module 4: Neonatal echocardiography imaging and diagnostic and therapeutic procedures

Obligatory module 5: Pediatric echocardiography imaging

Elective module: How to write scientific texts – Prof. Amir Muzur (Rijeka, Croatia)

Objectives

To gain advanced knowledge of ultrasound assessment in the field of cardiology, from fetal to adolescent period

Learning outcomes

  1. Knowing US physics, instrumentation and techniques
  2. Knowing how and when to use US modalities: M mode, B mode, Color Doppler.
  3. Witnessing and being acquainted for the 3D/4D US application in Obstetrics and Gynecology.
  4. Basics of 3D sonography.
  5. Embryology and function of fetal heart.
  6. Knowing cardiac anatomy, normal and congenital heart diseases
  7. Knowing nomenclature and segmental approach to congeniotal heart disease
  8. Knowing how to use and adjust and being oriented with images produced by transabdominal and transthoracic US.
  9. Identifying and differentiating between normal and abnormal fetal, neonatal and paediatric US examination.
  10. Performing complete US examination in fetus, neonate and paediatric patient.
  11. Performing a 1st trimester and 2nd trimester of pregnancy US.
  12. Recognizing fetal dysmorphology and knowing the significance of their presence.
  13. Witnessing and getting acquainted by the invasive procedures in fetal medicine.
  14.  Performing normal pediatric echocardiogram and US assessment of congenital and acquired heart diseases
  15. Learning how to write a comprehensive US report depending on patient’s age.

Learning and teaching methods

Modules are composed of the theoretical part and practical training (scanning demonstration and hands-on training which is almost 70% of the curriculum).

Each module delivers 50 hours of training including the theoretical and practical part.

Assessment

A comprehensive end of module exam will be given at the end of each module. After completion of each module, the fellow should present or send via e-mail the certificate proving attendance, which qualifies him/her to take the summative (final) exam. Final exam includes ultrasound skills exam, written essay and theoretical oral exam with committee of 3 examiners.

Student commitments

If some of the applicants do not complete the program within the defined period of time, they can continue in the next academic year. In these circumstances, they have to attend all the missing lectures and pass the separate exam and final exam.

Place of the realization of the program

Polyclinic “Sunce”, Sarajevo, BIH

Literature

Compulsory

  1. Kurjak A, Chervenak FA. Donald School Textbook of Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology, 4th edition.  Jaypee Brothers, New Delhi, 2017
  2. Kupesic S. Color Doppler, 3D and 4D Ultrasound in Gynecology, Infertility and Obstetrics, Jaypee Brothers, New Delhi, 2011
  3. D'Addario V. Donald School Basic Textbook of Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology, Jaypee Brothers, New Delhi, 2014
  4. Pooh RK, Kurjak A. Donald School Atlas of Advanced Ultrasound in Obstetrics & Gynecology, Jaypee Brothers, New Delhi, 2015
  5. Wataganara T, Pooh RK, Kurjak A. Donald School Textbook of PowerPoint Presentation on Advanced Ultrasound in Obstetrics & Gynecology, Jaypee Brothers, New Delhi, 2015
  6. Sen C, Stanojevic M. Fetal Echocardiography, Jaypee Brothers, New Delhi, 2019
  7. Subscription to the Donald School Journal of Ultrasound in Obsetrics and Gynecology (web page www.jaypeebrothers.com)

Optional

  1. Kurjak A, Bajo Arenas J. Donald School Textbook of Transvaginal Sonography, Jaypee Brothers, New Delhi, 2016
  2. Carrera JM, Kurjak A. Donald School Atlas of Clinical Application of Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology. Jaypee Brothers, New Delhi, 2006
  3. Kurjak A. Donald School Atlas of Fetal Anomalies. Jaypee Brothers, New Delhi, 2006
  4. Antsaklis A, Troyano JM. Donald School Textbook of Interventional Ultrasound. Jaypee Brothers, New Delhi, 2008

Total 300 hours of lectures, seminars and hands-on

ECTS

60

PhD Study

 

PhD Study

Cooperation between Ian Donald School and University Sarajevo School of Science and Technology (SSST)

 

In the autumn of 2018 Ian Donald School started PhD course at University Sarajevo School of Science and Technology (SSST) where one year Master study within Donald School is recognized as the first year of otherwise three years long PhD study.

 

We within Ian Donald School are happy to have such a distinguished partner as University Sarajevo School of Science and Technology which, by the report of QS World University Rankings, was ranked as one of the top 600 universities in the World and the best ranked university in the Region for the year 2019.

 

More about SSST you can find on University's official web page https://ssst.edu.ba

Ian Donald courses held in 2007

 

Date

City

Country

No of participants

Jan 18-20

Muscat

Oman

76

Feb 16-18

Honolulu

Hawaii

230

March 8-10

Maribor

Slovenia

78

April 19-21

Kiev

Ukraine

250

April 27-29

Montevideo

Uruguay

320

May 4-7

Cairo

Egypt

180

June 2

Tokyo

Japan

220

June 8-10

Bari

Italy

250

June 22-24

St. Petersburg

Russia

80

July 6-7

Lima

Peru

203

Sept 20-22

Barcelona

Spain

87

Oct 12-14

Bucharest

Romania

450

Oct 19-21

Shanghai

China

135

Nov 24-25

Budapest

Hungary

105

Dec 8-9

Athens

Greece

305

Dec 14-15

Istanbul

Turkey

475

Total number of participants:

3.444


 

Ian Donald courses held in 2008

 

Date

City

Country

No of participants

March 13-15

Doha

Qatar

200

April  5-6

Tirana

Albania

220

April 16-18

Yazd

Iran

330

May 8-12

Bahrein

Bahrein

70

May 11-13

Warsaw

Poland

320

May 15-17

Al Ain Al Sokhna

Egypt

350

May 28-31

Cartagena

Colombia

250

July 19-20

Hong Kong

China

167

August 15

Agra

India

 

August 22-23

Lima

Peru

320

September 6-7

Khatmandu

Nepal

100

October 1-4

Belgrade

Serbia

350

October 29-30

Jakarta

Indonesia

350

October 31-Nov 1

Khartoum

Sudan

400

November 2-3

Kawagoe

Japan

140

November 14-16

Shanghai

China

150

December 5-6

Dubai

UAE

120

December 13-14

Budapest

Hungary

120

Total number of participants:  

3.957

Ian Donald courses held in 2009

 

Date

City

Country

No of participants

January 20-22

Riyadh

Saudi Arabia

160

January 24-26

Jeddah

Saudi Arabia

80

April 23-25

Iguazu

Argentina

150

May 16-18

Honolulu

USA

160

May 26

Montevideo

Uruguay

220

June 1-2

Sarajevo

BIH

150

June 4-6

Tirana

Albania

205

July 1-2

Cluj

Romania

562

July 31-August 1

Khartoum

Sudan

420

September 5-6

Agra

India

560

September 7-8

Kathmandu

Nepal

240

October 29-31

Dubrovnik

Croatia

156

November 4

Cairo

Egypt

80

November 13-15

Abu Dhabi

UAE

192

November 28-29

Lima

Peru

95

November 28-30

Oita

Japan

200

December 5-6

Istanbul

Turkey

462

December 5-7

Athens

Greece

250

December 12

Budapest

Hungary

80

Total number of participants:

4.422

Ian Donald courses and workshops held in 2010

 

Date

City, Country

No of participants

March 11-12

Jakarta, Indonesia

240

March 12-13

Bari, Italy

200

March 17-18

Manila, Philippines

176

April 22-23

Zawia, Libya

350

June 10-11

Abu Dhabi, UAE

150

July 8

Lahore, Pakistan

154

August 27-28

Asuncion, Paraguay

150

August 30-31

Montevideo, Uruguay

120

September 10-11

Porto, Portugal

120

September 17

Mumbai, India

349

September 22

Barcelona, Spain

60

October 9

Kathmandu, Nepal

100

October 15-16

Dubai, UAE

55

October 31

Dhakka, Bangladesh

450

November 8-9

Warsaw, Poland

350

November 11-13

Beirut, Lebanon

272

November 11-14

Asuncion, Paraguay

95

November 17-19

Guayaquil, Ecuador

275

December 3-4

Dubai, UAE (Workshop)

12

December 4-5

Hamamatsu, Japan

227

December 11

Budapest, Hungary

80

December 14-15

Doha, Qatar

120

Total number of participants:

4.105

Ian Donald courses held in 2011

 

Date

City, Country

No of participants

January 28-29

Honolulu, Hawaii

120

February 22-23

Khartoum, Sudan

310

March 11-13

Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

231

March 25-26

Belgrade, Serbia

141

May 5-7

Dubrovnik, Croatia

200

May 9-10

Budva, Montenegro

80

May 18-21

Bucharest, Romania

520

May 29-31

Villasimius, Italy

500

June 10-12

Tirana, Albania

220

August 13-14

Hong Kong, China

150

September 16-17

Kathmandu, Nepal

258

September 18

New Delhi, India

285

October 7-8

Prague, Czech Republic

420

October 8-10

Osaka, Japan

220

October 28-30

Arzachena, Italy

310

November 1-5

Almaty, Kazakhstan

150

November 8-11

Punta del Este, Uruguay

250

November 23-25

Barcelona, Spain

300

December 1-2

Istanbul, Turkey

250

December 10-11

Athens, Greece

260

December 14-16

Tbilisi, Georgia

220

Total number of participants

5.395

DONALD SCHOOL COURSES IN 2012

 

Date

City, Country

No of Participants

January 26

Varanasi, India

150

February 19

Khartoum, Sudan

130

March 2-3

Frankfurt/Main, Germany

120

March 6-7

Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

184

March 9-10

Dubai, UAE

150

March 9-10

Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

236

March 29

Alexandria, Egypt

156

April 7-8

Lahore, Pakistan

450

April 13-14

Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic

320

May 4-5

Dubrovnik, Croatia

102

May 6-7

Budva, Montenegro

152

May 12

Dhaka, Bangladesh

500

May 17

Thessaloniki, Greece

180

June 8-10

Cagliari, Italy

310

June 10-13

Asuncion, Paraguay

300

June 30-July 2

Bali, Indonesia

400

August 4-5

Zurich, Switzerland

69

August 4

Buenos Aires, Argentina

84

September 22-23

Moscow, Russia

240

September 26-29

Oludeniz-Fethiye, Turkey

150

September 29-30

Ohrid, Macedonia

250

October 17-18

Zurich, Switzerland

37

November 10-11

Nagoya, Japan

293

November 15-17

Brasilia, Brasil

407

November 16-18

New Delhi, India

200

November 20-21

Kabul, Afghanistan

250

December 14

Budapest, Hungary

135

 

Total:

5.955

BASIC COURSES

4 courses

Zagreb, Croatia

54

SPECIALISED ONE-YEAR COURSES

 

Dubai, UAE

10

 

Khartoum, Sudan

17

 

Total number of participants

6.036

IAN DONALD SCHOOL COURSES IN 2013

 

Date

City, Country

No of participants

January 16-17

Tel-Aviv, Israel

170

February 2-3

Tirana, Albania

320

February 22

Khartoum, Sudan

800

February 27-March 1

Tomsk, Russia

420

March 27-29

Bangkok, Thailand

312

April 11-13

Asuncion, Paraguay

250

May 1-5

Cartagena, Colombia

300

May 3-5

Seoul, Korea

188

May 22-23

Cluj, Romania

440

May 27-29

Domus de Maria (Cagliari), Italy

540

June 18

St. Petersburg, Russia

102

June 19

Moscow, Russia

106

July 15-16

Guatemala

157

July 27-28

Chakvi, Georgia

80

August 15-16

Moscow, Russia

100

September 13-14

Honolulu, Hawaii, USA

220

September 27-28

Bari, Italy

250

September 28-29

Ohrid, Macedonia

220

October 1-2

Pristina, Kosovo

120

October 11-12

Jakarta, Indonesia

300

October 21-23

Sao Paolo, Brazil

300

October 25-26

Honduras

150

November 1-3

Dubrovnik, Croatia

120

November 3-4

Budva, Montenegro

80

November 9-10

Morioka, Japan

300

November 14-15

Buenos Aires, Argentina

40

November 29-30

Dubai, UAE

250

November 30-December 1

Istanbul, Turkey

250

December 6-8

Athens, Greece

250

December 13

Budapest, Hungary

150

 

Total

7.185

Fellowship program Ultrasound in Ob/Gyn, Dubai, UAE

 

Year 2012-2013

8

 

Year 2013-2013

16

 

Total

24

Basic Ian Donald courses

May 6-31

Zagreb, Croatia

15

November 4-29

Zagreb, Croatia

8

 

Total

23

Total number of participants

7.332

IAN DONALD SCHOOL COURSES IN 2014

 

Date

City, Country

No of participants

January 23-24

Surgut, Russia

410

February 27-28

Amman, Jordan

150

March 7-8

Lahore, Pakistan

234

March 14-16

Tirana, Albania

240

March 21-23

Medellin, Colombia

110

March 28-29

Frankfurt, Germany

120

April 7-9

Barcelona, Spain

52

April 11-12

Warsaw, Poland

200

April 18

Kandy, Sri Lanka

110

May 29-31

Zagreb, Croatia

130

June 10-11

Irkutsk, Russia

120

June 20-21

Cagliari, Italy

410

July 10-13

Lima, Peru

220

August 12-18

Mumbai, Chennai, Hyderabad, Lucknow, Delhi, Kolkata – India

720

August 20-23

Ribeirao Preto, Brazil

280

September 3

Cancun, Mexico

270

September 20-22

Larnaca, Cypress

110

September 26-28

Skopje, Macedonia

250

October 18

Budapest, Hungary

65

October 22-23

Cluj, Romania

350

October 30-31

Belgrade, Serbia

112

November 7

Buenos Aires, Argentina

100

November 13-15

Beirut, Lebanon

187

November 23-24

Davao City, Philippines

200

November 29-30

Takamatsu, Japan

300

November 30

Doha, Qatar

200

December 2-4

Jakarta, Indonesia

220

December 12-13

Bari, Italy

158

 

Total:

6.028

 

Fellowship Dubai, UAE

16

 

Fellowship Khartoum, Sudan

12

 

Basic course in Zagreb, Croatia

13

Total number of participants

6.069

IAN DONALD SCHOOL COURSES IN 2015

 

Date

City, Country

Number of participants

February 4-6

Bangkok, Thailand

420

February 13-14

Abu Dhabi, UAE

52

February 21

Athens, Greece

120

February 28-March 1

Osaka, Japan

189

March 26-27

Bucharest, Romania

250

April 9-10

Dubai, UAE

56

April 10-12

Adana, Turkey

257

April 19

Zagreb, Croatia

110

May 7

Sarajevo, BIH

70

May 4-5

Mexico City, Mexico

200

May 14-16

Ljubljana, Slovenia

60

May 20-22

Guayaquil, Ecuador

200

May 28-30

St. Petersburg, Russia

57

June 2

Samara, Russia

350

June 3

Volgograd, Russia

200

June 5

Krasnodar, Russia

450

June 7

Moscow, Russia

28

June 8

Moscow, Russia

43

June 9

Moscow, Russia

67

June 10

Moscow, Russia

320

June 11

St. Petersburg, Russia

170

June 19-21

Cagliari, Italy

600

July 24

Bucaramanga, Colombia

450

August 7-8

Honolulu, Hawaii, USA

78

August 22-28

Lucknow, Delhi, Kolkata, Hyderabad, Chennai, Mumbai, India

1020

September 1-2

Kathmandu, Nepal

300

September 11-14

Geneva, Switzerland

98

September 24-26

Ribeirao Preto, Brazil

500

September 25-27

Skopje, Macedonia

106

October 3-4

Gifu, Japan

300

October 23-25

Sarajevo, BIH

120

November 3

Madrid, Spain

110

November 19-21

Tbilisi, Georgia

180

December 11

Budapest, Hungary

220

December 11-13

Athens, Greece

180

December 18

Osaka, Japan

80

December 19

Yonago, Japan

120

Total number of participants

8.131

IAN DONALD SCHOOL COURSES IN 2016

 

Date

City, Country

Number of participants

January 1-2

AlMadinah City, Saudi Arabia

40

January 13-14

Agra, India

560

January 21-22

Moscow, Russia

220

January 23-24

Surgut, Russia

504

February 12-13

Buraidah City, Saudi Arabia

40

February 15-17

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

250

February 19-22

Khartoum, Sudan

350

February 24-25

Cairo & Ain Al Sokhna, Egypt

340

February 28-29

Jakarta, Indonesia

183

March 4-5

Torino, Italy

400

March 11-12

Frankfurt/Main, Germany

150

March 17-18

Doha, Qatar

168

April 21-22

St Petersburg, Russia

220

April 24

Istanbul, Turkey

145

April 28-29

Abu Dhabi, UAE

350

May 4

Asuncion, Paraguay

350

May 11-14

Bucharest, Romania

350

May 17

Novosibirsk, Russia

53

May 19-20

Kabul, Afghanistan

652

June 1-2

Taif City, Saudi Arabia

40

June 9-11

Cagliari, Italy

350

June 12-14

Yerevan, Armenia

504

June 23-25

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

250

August 6-12

6 cities tour, India

1,010

August 20-21

Hong Kong, China

150

August 27-28

Seoul, Korea

210

September 1-2

Mexico City, Mexico

100

September 17-18

Dubrovnik, Croatia

20

September 22-25

Cape Town, South Africa

110

October 11-12

Krasnodar, Russia

410

October 13

Tyumen, Russia

134

October 14-15

Yekaterinburg, Russia

400

October 20-22

Belgrade, Serbia

400

October 20-22

Sao Paulo, Brazil

742

October 28-30

Sarajevo, BiH

200

November 4-5

Kano, Nigeria

440

November 26-27

Tokyo, Japan

259

Total number of participants

11,054

IAN DONALD SCHOOL COURSES IN 2017

 

Date

City, Country

Number of participants

January 19-20

Dubai, UAE

150

February 11-12

Osaka, Japan

60

February 18-19

Khartoum, Sudan

350

February 24

Budapest, Hungary

520

March 10-11

Turin, Italy

420

March 21-23

Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic

165

March 24

Punta Cana, Dominican Republic

450

March 24

Caracas, Venezuela

200

March 30-31

Lahore, Pakistan

620

April 7-8

Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina

74

April 13-14

Abu Dhabi, UAE

80

April 18-19

Moscow, Russia

204

April 21-22

St. Petersburg, Russia

225

May 13-14

Palayamkottai, India

104

May 25-26

Lodz, Poland

520

June 16-18

Cagliari, Italy

548

July 7-8

Gramados, Brazil

600

July 9

Hyderabad, India

405

August 12-18

6 cities tour, India

1,040

September 14

Karachi, Pakistan

300

September 22-23

Dubai, UAE

420

September 27-30

Cluj, Romania

380

October 18-21

San Pablo, Brazil

800

October 20-21

Lima, Peru

400

October 26

Belgrade, Serbia

600

November 4-5

Hiroshima, Japan

234

November 11-12

Ankara, Turkey

140

November 17-19

Skopje, Macedonia

136

November 25-26

Tbilisi, Georgia

226

December 8-9

Athens, Greece

210

Total number of participants

10,581

IAN DONALD SCHOOL COURSES IN 2018

 

Date

City/Country

No of participants

January 18-20

Dubai, UAE

20

February 1-3