Avicenna Tajik State Medical University (ATSMU) is a participant of the international educational project under the Erasmus + program “Strengthening the Central Asian Network for Education, Research and Innovation in Environmental Health”. Its purpose is to strengthen research capacity in the field of environmental health (public health), promoting active information exchange and capacity building between institutions of higher education of the European Union and Central Asia.
From 22 to 26 November 2018, Avicenna Tajik State Medical University organized an international week of education and science in the framework of this project, the purpose of which were: conducting lectures and classes for graduate students, PhD doctoral students and public health teachers of ATSMU and development and implementation of ECTS ( The European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System) compatible with masters programs in blended learning in Central Asia and India in accordance with the principles of the Bologna educational system. The project participants were also given the opportunity to make presentations on the most modern public health topics at the 66th annual scientific-practical conference, which took place on November 23 this year. Also, during the visit of the project partners in the framework of the International Week of Education and Science, the distinguished Rector of the Avicenna Tajik State Medical University, Dr., Professor Gulzoda M.Q. met with project partners Professor Gert van der Laan - (University of Milan, Italy), Kenesh Djusupov - national project coordinator (international school of medicine, Kyrgyzstan) and Nazokat Kasymova - (External expert of the project, Uzbekistan). It should be noted that within the framework of the project, Nazokat Kasymova conducted a project monitoring and individual interviews with each project participant.
The project partners were very pleased with the results of the project and were pleasantly surprised by the sights and hospitality of the Avicenna Tajik State Medical University.
It is gratifying that in the project there were created 3 working groups of representatives from different countries for the development and implementation of blended learning in Central Asia and India, and the working group from Avicenna Tajik State Medical University, headed by PhD student of the Department of Environmental Health Khuseyn Egamnazarov, with the aim of developing and implementing the latest teaching methods of blended learning at the faculty of public health. The finalization of these programs is scheduled for May in Astana, Kazakhstan.
It is worth noting that the guests also praised the results of the implementation of blended learning at Avicenna Tajik State Medical University, and were very pleased with the support of the University administration in the person of the Rector of the ATSMU, Dr., Professor Gulzoda M.Q.
In an unplanned program, the delegation of the ATSMU met with key project partners to discuss ways of possible participation of ATSMU in international programs/projects.
Upon completion of the visit program, the guests were given the opportunity to visit and see the sights of the city of Dushanbe and Gisar fortress, and various cultural events were held.
In general, the delegation of Tajikistan successfully held an international week of education and science in the framework of the Erasmus + project at Avicenna Tajik State Medical University and successfully promotes this project.
Department of International Relations