BSMU won the competition of international educational projects Erasmus + with the application “Simulation in Undergraduate MEDical Education for Improvement of SAFEty and Quality of Patient Care (SAFEMED +)”

Over the next three years, BSMU will participate in an international educational project under the European Union Erasmus + KA2 CBHE Program “Simulation in Undergraduate MEDical Education for Improvement of SAFEty and Quality of Patient Care (SAFEMED +)” (Simulation training in medical education to improve safety and quality of care) patient). The coordinator of the project is the
Tbilisi Medical Academy. Petre Shotadze .
Project partners, including BSMU :

  • University of Santiago de Compostela (Spain);
  • Vilnius University (Lithuania); University of Catania (Italy);
  • Ternopil National Medical University. AND I. Gorbachevsky
  • (Ukraine); Yerevan State University (Armenia);
  • Aybusak University (Armenia).

The main goal of SAFEMED + is to improve the quality of medical education in accordance with the requirements of the CBME (Competence Based Medical Education), which, in turn, will contribute to the development of relevant clinical competencies among
graduates of partner universities. Developing classes for professional development and continuing professional development among teachers using OSCE methodology and BME (Basic Medical Education) standards
will allow university teachers to gain new knowledge and improve teaching using simulation equipment, actively share experiences with colleagues from other countries. Students will be able to learn clinical skills in a safe environment using the latest technology
simulation equipment according to the standards of the World Federation of Medical Education. The project also provides for the creation of a platform “Basic Clinical Skills” to provide counseling services, which will allow for remote consultations and help strengthen the health care system in
the beneficiary countries.