- managers of the health system;
- wide and narrow-profile medical experts;
- chemists and pharmacists;
- junior and medium-level medical staff;
- students and graduates of higher and secondary medical schools.
The program gives participants general knowledge of the European health care system (by the example of Poland), introduces them both advantages and disadvantages of the system of compulsory medical insurance, ways of development and upgrading of this system. Participants will also learn the training conditions, the training procedures and the qualification stages of European medical experts: from higher and secondary medical institutions and post-graduate education centers to the training of highly specialized staff. When attending medical universities, participants are introduced the unique research and clinical databases.
offers to study the structure of the European hospital and the specifics of its funding. Participants attend the structural units of medical institutions:
- outpatient department and registry;
- drug store;
- laboratory diagnostics department;
- in-patient department and surgery;
- central sterilization department.
Study trips introduce:
- how the health care system is structured in both Europe and Poland;
- how health insurance works, what are its advantages and disadvantages;
- how the development and reform of the medical industry in Poland is proceeding;
- what are the standards of professional competence of physicians and paramedical personnel in Europe?
- what cutting-edge technologies and methods are used in the prevention, diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of patients;
- how the medical education system is structured in Poland;
- how up-to-date methods and infrastructure are used in training process of future physicians;
- how training proceeds at different stages of the qualification of a medical expert;
- what are the opportunities for medical development in post-Soviet countries?
- what other internships and practices are available for foreigners in Poland.
Also, participants can ask any questions they are interested directly to European colleagues during their stay in Poland. At the end of the program, participants receives a certificate that adds 5 to 10 points to their qualification category.
The key requirement for participation in the program: payment of registration fee.
The registration fee includes:
- general arrangement of the trip;
- advice on visa issues;
- information and documentary support when opening a visa;
- invitation to open a Schengen multiple entry visa for a year;
- supervisor support (support in domestic issues on the territory of Poland);
- interpreter services when visiting medical institutions;
- “Old Town” excursion in Warsaw.
Attention! When applying for a visa, the program participants are exempt from EUR 35 compulsory consular fee.
Study visits to hospitals and clinics are arranged to the following institutions:
Study visits to medical universities are arranged to the following institutions: