Monthly Archives: February 2021

TNMU Scientists Took Part in the International Summit on Analytical Chemistry, Pharmaceutical Analysis and Bioanalytical Methodology

On February 23-24, 2021 the head, post-graduate students and researchers of the Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry of TNMU took part in the SelectScience Virtual Analytical Summit 2021 (Professor Liliia Lohoida, Assistant Professor Kateryna Peleshok, PhD student Natalia Shuliak, intern, technician of the department research work , laboratory assistant of the department Mariana Horyn), that is evidenced by the certificates of participation. This international event, attended by scientists from around the world, covered the latest research and technologies in analytical chemistry, pharmaceutical analysis and bioanalytical methodology. Continue reading →

International Mother Tongue Day at TNMU

Language is the spiritual treasure of a nation. It is not just a means of human communication it is something that lives in our hearts. It is something that we get with maternal warmth. It fascinates us with its sound. It inspires us. It makes us smile. According to various sources, there are almost 6,000 languages ​​in the world at present, 2 languages ​​disappear every month in the world. It is estimated that in the 21st century at least 40% of languages ​​may disappear from Continue reading →

At the Department of Physiology, Bioethics and Biosafety, an educational event with students of curatorial groups on the “Culture, traditions and places of interest of Nigeria” was held on-line. The meeting was opened by Professor Vadziuk S.N., the Head of the Department. He noted that such educational events at the department were held not the first time; it is a tradition to study the history of the state, native land, the past, where the students come from. This experience we learn from our parents, grandparents, Continue reading →

Associate Professor of TNMU Olha Kostiv: Lifelong Learning is a Conscious Choice

The world is changing all the time, technologies and new inventions are developing as well as new opportunities. So should a person have only university knowledge? Adjusting to new information is an important condition for social life. The world leading countries change their treatment methods adhering to the concept of lifelong learning. The administration of I. Horbachevsky Ternopil National Medical University always tries to help students, interns and teachers to continue their studies, research and inventive activities, develop professionally and become highly qualified doctors. Training at Continue reading →

TNMU and Akkon University of Human Sciences (Germany) have Completed a Series of German-Ukrainian Webinars on Fighting COVID-19 and the Responding of Health Care Systems in Ukraine and Around the World to the SARS-CoV-2 Pandemic

On February 17, 2021, the 3rd German-Ukrainian webinar “Management of SARS-CoV-2 outbreak / epidemic in Ukraine” was held online at TNMU that was the last of a series of webinars on this topical issue for Ukraine as well as the whole world. The events were held within the cooperation agreement between TNMU and Akkon University of Human Sciences (Berlin, Germany). The 3rd German-Ukrainian webinar was held with the support of partners of I. Horbachevsky Ternopil National Medical University. – Akkon University of Human Sciences (Berlin, Germany) Continue reading →

TNMU Teachers Developed Their Skills of Effective Communication

On February 10-11, 2021, the teachers of I. Horbachevsky Ternopil National Medical University developed their skills at the training “Effective communication at medical university”. It was organized by the coordinators of the Ukrainian-Swiss project “Development of Medical Education”. The instructors of this event were Matvii Khrenov, the adviser to the Minister of Health Care (2018-2020) and Oleksii Kovzhun, a media expert. For two days, the representatives of TNMU heard new information and practiced their skills on the following topics: “The relationship between a manager and Continue reading →

TNMU has Received Dental Treatment and Diagnostic Equipment

Peter Reger, the Head of the Bielefeld Charity Foundation (Germany), handed over medical and diagnostic equipment as well as some consumables for the Department of Dentistry of the TNMU University Clinic. Volodymyr Machohan, the head of the Department of Dentistry noted that all this would help in providing dental care to vulnerable groups. Ternopil National Medical University has been taking care of low-income categories of people in Ternopil and Ternopil region for a long time. The medical and diagnostic equipment for the department involved: a Continue reading →

TNMU Long-Term Partner Peter Reger Received a Deserved Award

On February 9, 2021, Volodymyr Trush, Head of the Ternopil Regional State Administration, presented the Order of St. Panteleimon to Peter Reger, the Head of the Bielefeld Humanitarian Aid Charitable Foundation (Germany), who has closely cooperated with Ternopil National Medical University for many years for implementation of new technologies into the educational process. Professor Mykhaylo Korda, the Rector of TNMU, Professor Stepan Zaporozhyan, the Vice-Rector for Science, Education and Clinical Affairs, Ihor Haiduk, the Deputy Head of Ternopil Regional State Administration, Iryna Herelius, the Director Continue reading →

“I am Happy to Participate in the Mentor Project,” Says Aaghaz Siddique

The Mentor Project has been being implemented in Ternopil National Medical University for three years already. Our university was one of the first to introduce support and assistance to all freshmen regularly. For example, in the United States, mentoring is important in all areas of university activity: starting from secondary school to working in large corporations. Mentors share their experience to those at the beginning of their professional career or beginners in something. The latter are called mentee. For the past 25 years of mentoring Continue reading →

The Second Secretary of the Embassy of Belgium in Ukraine Visited TNMU

The Second Secretary of the Embassy of Belgium in Ukraine Kuhn Deklerk visited I. Horbachevsky Ternopil National Medical University on February 4, 2021 as part of a business trip to Ternopil. The honourable guest paid his respects to our university. He knows a lot about our achievements. Kuhn Declerk also wanted to make sure of the university interest in international cooperation with the relevant faculties of classical universities in Belgium. This matter was discussed during a meeting with Professor Mykhailo Korda, the Rector of TNMU. The Continue reading →

A New Joint Project between TNMU and McEwen University (Canada) has been Initiated

On January 27, 2021, a new joint project –the course “Qualitative Research Methods” has been initiated by Ternopil National Medical University and the McEwen University (Canada). The developers and lecturers of this course are Elizabeth Burgess-Pinto, Associate Professor of Nursing at McEwan University, Olenka Bilash, Professor of the University of Alberta (Canada) and Larisa Hayduk, the Head of the Ukrainian Centre for Resources and Development (UCRD). Post-graduate and PhD students in nursing as well as teachers of the Departments of Clinical Immunology, Allergology and General Continue reading →

TNMU is the First among Medical Universities of Ukraine in the Webometrics Rating

The Ranking Web of Universities (Webometrics), a ranking of the world universities, has been recently published for the results of higher education institutions’ affairs in the second half of 2020. The ranking is prepared by the Cybermetrics Lab of the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC) under the Ministry of Science and Innovation of this country. The developers publish the results twice a year: in July and January. In the new rating, Ternopil National Medical University is the first among medical universities of Ukraine and Continue reading →

TNMU is among the Top Twenty Universities of Ukraine for Citations Rate

I. Horbachevsky Ternopil National Medical University is the second among medical universities of Ukraine in the new edition of the Transparent Ranking and the seventeenth among national universities for the citation rate. The citation analysis defines 210 the most cited authors of the university and summarizes their citations except of the citations of the 20 most cited authors. In total, the ranking involves about 3,800 universities around the world with a total number of citations of more than 1,000. Yanina Chaikivska, TNMU Spokeswoman

TNMU and Akkon University of Human Sciences (Germany) Carries on Webinars on Fighting COVID-19 and the Responding of Health Care Systems in Ukraine and Around the World

The 2nd German-Ukrainian webinar “Diagnostics and treatment options of COVID-19” was held on January 27, 2021. The event was supported by TNMU partners: Akkon University of Human Sciences (Berlin) and the Institute for Research in International Assistance (IRIA) (Germany), represented by Professor Timo Ulrichs, Director of the IRIA, Professor of the Akkon University of Human Sciences in Berlin and Ms. Gabi Feldman, Project Coordinator and Research Fellow of the IRIA, Akkon University of Human Sciences, Berlin (Germany); Association of Research Pharmaceutical Companies (Germany), represented by Continue reading →