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Students and lecturers from Siberian State Medical University completed training under the Erasmus grant in Maastricht University in the Netherlands.

This grant was won by TSU together with SSMU, and is aimed to develop a new medical educational program “Bridging Innovations, Health and Societies” (Educational capacity building in the Eastern European Neighbouhring Areas).

The project is projected for 3 years, after which joint educational program in the Russian and English languages will launch. The consortium for the program development includes Tomsk universities along with universities of the Netherlands, Bulgaria, Poland and Ukraine.

This new educational program will be focused on bridging the gap between doctors and specialists with non-medical background, working together in the same project.

It will be useful for healthcare professionals and science project managers.  This is particularly relevant in Tomsk, where “INOTOMSK” project was designed to develop a unique ecosystem for integration of individuals and organizations from different spheres, – said Maria Netaeva , head of International Relations Department at Siberian State Medical University.

During the visit the delegation from SSMU studied new approaches and methods of medical education, got acquainted with the University of Maastricht campus and work of the medical hospital, also visited a number of research laboratories.

Olga Kobyakova, the rector of Siberian State Medical University, discussed further collaboration with Martin Paul, the rector of Maastricht University, and Gemma Voss, CEO at the Maastricht Clinical Trial Center. They discussed directions and collaboration opportunities as well as the possibility of joint clinical trials.

The “Global Health” Program and “Healthcare management” Program are viewed as particularly promising. Both countries are interested in differences in approaches to healthcare system management and search best practices, – explained Maria Netaeva.

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