On May 2-4, NAQA delegation (Vice-Head Olena Yeremenko and specialist of the PR and international cooperation department Marharyta Kiselova) participates in the second meeting of the consortium of the Erasmus+ project “Simulation Medicine and Scenario-Oriented Learning” (SimS) in Thessaloniki, Greece.
In the framework of the meeting, trainings on scenario-based learning and the OpenLabyrinth platform trainings are planned, as well as the discussion of project organizational issues. On the basis of the trainings, the project partners will develop the implementation of elements of simulation medicine and scenario-based learning in the trainings of specialists in various fields whose activities require this.
NAQA is a partner of the project and will take part in the development of the course and its quality assurance strategy, as well as the dissemination of the best practices of the course at the national level in order to achieve the maximum benefit from the project to update and modernize study programmes taking into account the current challenges in providing pre-medical training.
We sincerely thank our Greek colleagues from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki for organizing the event, support and hospitality, and all project partners for their fruitful work during the meeting. Let’s improve education together!