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TSMU scholar took part in international ESC Heart & Brain Workshop

On January 19-20, 2018 an educational seminar on stroke ESC Heart & Brain Workshop took place in Prague, Czech Republic. Associate professor of Ternopil State Medical University Department of Emergency Medical Care S.Y. Lypovetska participated in the training. The event, aimed at cardiologists, neurologists, vascular surgeons, and interventional neurologists, was organized by the European Society of Cardiology. It took place at Charles University and included participants from Europe, the USA, and Israel. Given the importance of the multidisciplinary approach to managing stroke patients, the European Continue reading →

TSMU students placed second among international teams in emergency responders competition in Poland

The 13th International Winter Championship of Medical Rescuers (XIII Międzynarodowe Zimowe Mistrzostwa w Ratownictwie Medycznym) took place in the Polish town of Bielsko-Biała on January 23-26, 2018. Ternopil State Medical University was represented by a team of students Bohdana Pereviznyk, Nargiz Dzhavadova and Anastasia Hudyma assisted by Head of TSMU Simulation Training Center Halyna Tsymbaliuk and Head of the Department of Disaster and Military Medicine Arsen Hudyma. The students had previously won regional national competitions of emergency teams. “We have been participating in this championship Continue reading →

Ternopil State Medical University uses the latest in educational technology

Ternopil State Medical University is the first medical school in Ukraine to implement the program Body Interact – clinical reasoning education in the teaching process. This program  presents virtual clinical scenarios, allowing teachers and students to recreate particular clinical situations in real time, supplement it with all the required physical, laboratory and instrumental tests and prescribe treatment in accordance with modern protocols of European and American medical associations. Body Interact is used in most Western European, US, and Canadian medical universities. Partners and key developers Continue reading →

National competition on simulation medicine TernopilSimOlymp 2017 took place at TSMU

National Olympiad on simulation medicine and emergency medical care TernopilSimOlymp 2017 took place on September 29-30 at TSMU’s Chervona Kalyna Academic and Recreation Complex. The organizers of the event were the Central Methodological Center for Higher Medical Education of the Ministry of Health of Ukraine; Ternopil State Medical University, Public Institution National Council for Resuscitation and Emergency Medical Aid; the Youth Branch of NCREMA and Ternopil Regional Association of Simulation Training in Medicine. 17 student and young professionals’ teams took part in the event. Of Continue reading →

TSMU professor studied work of simulation training centers abroad

Professor Arsen Hudyma, Head of TSMU Department of Disaster and Military Medicine, visited an international exhibition of simulation and simulation medicine which took place at the Centre Universitaire des Saints-Pères in Paris. The event was organized by the Society in Europe for Simulation Applied to Medicine .   Event program included the fourth international SimChallenge: a competition for medical students simulating work in an Emergency department. The event’s exhibition featured well-known manufacturers of equipment for simulation. Among the product displays was a stand with equipment Continue reading →

TSMU professor visited United States as a part of Open World Program

On March 29 – April 9, 2017 assistant professor of emergency medical care Oksana Sydorenko visited several cities and institutions in the United States as a part of Open World program. According to the American Councils for Education website, the program was established in 1999 and is funded through appropriations provided by the US Congress. The Open World program is aimed at young community leaders, representatives of the government, academic community, non-profit organizations and other institutions involved in social issues and are interested in developing Continue reading →

Scientists from Ternopil State Medical University participated in the XVII National Congress of Cardiologists of Ukraine

On September 21-23 in Kiev took place the XVII Congress of Cardiologists of Ukraine, which attracted more than 2,000 participants from Ukraine, Belarus, Poland, Czech Republic, Italy, the UK and other countries. This year marks particularly significant events for Ukrainan cardiologists: a state institution Strazhesko National Research Centre, Institute of Cardiology NAMS of Ukraine was founded 80 years ago and its founder Mykola Strazhesko was born 140 years ago. Another point of note is that this Congress takes place during the “Year of the Heart Continue reading →