News

07 Jun
Zoltán Szekanecz Zoltán elected vice president of EULAR
EULAR, the European League Against Rheumatism, has elected Zoltán Szekanecz, Professor of the Faculty of Medicine of the UD. His priority is to efficiently pursuit the interests of rheumatologists, healthcare workers and patients in Central and Eastern Europe, including Hungary.
13 Apr
The University of Debrecen takes care of everybody
It is not only patients who need health care in an institutional setting that the Clinical Center of the UD care for in a highly professional manner. The CC professionals carry out outstanding work in every field from screening to sample analysis to administering preventive vaccines.
18 Jan
The Second Dose
The administration of the second those of the Pfizer–BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine to healthcare workers has been started at the University of Debrecen. In the following weeks more than 10,000 people will receive revaccination in Debrecen.
28 Dec
Vaccination Has Started
On 26 December the first doses of the Pfizer-Biontech COVID-19 vaccine arrived at the University of Debrecen. Vaccination started. In the last days of December, 975 people were vaccinated.
21 May
Using Innovation to Halt the Pandemic
The Ministry of Innovation and Technology of Hungary has hosted an online scientific conference on the current status of R&D related to the protection from the spread of COVID-19. At the conference, Rector Zoltán Szilvássy gave a presentation on the developments currently underway at the UD.
03 Apr
E-learning training in intensive therapy
Medical professionals at the University of Debrecen are practising the treatment of coronavirus patients in a simulation room. Within the framework of a thematic training programme, they are familiarizing themselves with the protocols focusing in the coronavirus pandemic.
05 Mar
Coronavirus: Preventive Measures Unveiled by the University of Debrecen
An Operative Steering Group has been established at UD. Official travel of the university’s employees to regions deemed risk areas been suspended, Students who have visited affected regions and have come back within 3 weeks, as well as sick students, have been asked to stay at home.
13 Feb
Ban on Visitors Introduced at the Clinics, Too
A partial ban on visitors has been introduced as of Friday at Clinical Center of the University of Debrecen because of the flu epidemic and in the interest of the patients. As regards Gyula Kenézy University Hospital, the restrictions continue to be in effect.
05 Feb
At the service of patients, also in English
After the Hungarian, the English version of the unique healthcare application of the UD has also become available for downloading. Via the UD Mediversity app, foreign patients can now use the telephone directory, as well as search for specialised outpatient clinics and physicians.
28 Jan
Coronavirus: The university has prepared
Similarly to previous significant epidemics, the institution places the emphasis on prevention again. Continuous contact is maintained with students from the affected countries. The necessary measures have also been taken in the healthcare institutions of the University of Debrecen.