The grant project Training Against Medical Error, financed by the European Union, has been completed. During 2016-2019 academic years, two elective courses were introduced for students in the specialties "Pediatrics" and "General Medicine".
ZSMU took part in a range of events of a great medical and educational value this week in London, Great Britain.
The next meeting in the frames of the TAME project took the Zaporizhzhia State Medical University to the Hue University of Medicine and Pharmacy located in the picturesque city Hue, Vietnam.
All-Ukrainian scientific and methodical videoconference invites you to participate
on-line registration: 20 September – 27 November 2017
extended abstract submission deadline: 1 November 2017
The regular Project meeting in Kazakhstan went off with a great success on 02-04 of October, 2017
May 10-12, 2017 BSMU hosted the meeting of the Consortium members on the basis of its University. During the event the partners were conducting activities on the reporting for the first half of the Project implementation and participated in the discussions on the on-going activities planned for the second part of the project.
As the project TAME goes on, ZSMU tutors gain more and more experience in teaching against medical error and students obtain a valuable knowledge and skills that will be essential in their future careers.
On 9-11 November a consecutive meeting of the TAME project team took place in Hanoi, Vietnam. An associate professor of the infectious diseases department Olena Furyk and inspector of the dean’s office of the international faculty No2 Olena Filatova participated in this event.