Prof. Dr. Martina Kadmon

Currently released from her duties to hold the position of Founding Dean.

Portraitfoto von Prof. Dr. Martina Kadmon, Gründungsdekanin der Medizinischen Fakultät


Project with Ukrainian partners successfully finished

We are happy to announce that our project, which started in cooperation with BSMU (Chernivtsi) and UCU (Lviv) in summer 2022, was successfully completed in December. In the course of the project, we managed to translate 25 virtual patients from the iCoViP project into Ukrainian and integrate them into the curriculum of our Ukrainian partners already in the winter semester. The virtual patients were so well received both by the Ukrainian teachers and students that they are planning to continue using the established cases in the current year and add further ones. We would like to thank our partners in Ukraine for their commitment to the project and look forward to further cooperation!

Ukraine digital

Our new DAAD funded project "Virtual learning resources for clinical reasoning training at Ukrainian health schools" has successfully started. We are looking forward to the cooperation with our partners Bukovinian State Medical University (Chernivtsi/Czernowitz) and Ukrainian Catholic University (Lviv/Lemberg). For more information about the project and its goals, please visit the following page...

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2nd iCoViP Project Meeting

Our second hybrid transnational project meeting took place in Kraków, Poland on May 10th &11th 2022. The agenda included an in-depth discussion of our integration guideline and the detailed planning of our pilot implementations.
More information can be found on the iCoViP website.

iCoViP Team members at the 2nd F2F project meeting in Krakow, Poland

Erasmus+ Project iCoViP Launched

The Erasmus+ funded Strategic Partnership iCoViP started in April 2021. The aim of the project is to create a multilingual collection of virtual patients.

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DID-ACT Pilot Courses Started

The DID-ACT consortium started to pilot the developed learning units with students and educators in the health professions.
More information can be found on the DID-ACT website

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