On December 27, 2019 at the Department of Pedagogy, Psychology, Medical and Pharmaceutical Law the cycle of humanitarian training of postgraduate students in medicine and pharmacy of full-time training who started in 2017 has been completed.
At the Academy, the “Upper Intermediate English” course suggests that the PhD students both gain a good command of English and pass their exam as better as possible. Since the program consists of 240 academic hours, 200 of which are focused on mastering English in class, and 40 hours for self-studying as well as our highly-skilled instructors’ work has found receptive audience at NMAPE.
The Department of Foreign Languages has announced the opening of admissions for the January – April, 2020 Teachers' Advanced Training Course at NMAPE!
The curriculum includes 156 hours and covers various topical sections. Thus, our attendees are supposed to become familiar with a great number of important subjects, and what is especially important, the specific (belonging to the medical academic community) group of learners stands a good chance of gaining knowledge in scientific medical terminology.
Within the framework of interinstitutional cooperation, at the end of September, Professor Volodymyr Krasnov, Head of the Department of Pedagogy, Psychology, Medical and Pharmaceutical Law conducted a training workshop " Innovation in the educational process: the skills of the professions of the future" for students of Taras Shevchenko Kyiv National University (KNU). Within three hours, together with the staff of the Ukrainian-Chinese Innovation Center of Taras Shevchenko Kyiv National University, students developed skills of establishing effective communication.
NMAPO named after PL Shupyka testifies that, according to the criteria of the European Federation of Quality Management (EFQM), it corresponds to the level of "five stars" model of the perfect organization.
For almost 30 years, EFQM has been a guide for organizations seeking to improve their operations in line with world best practices and trends.
J-Project was founded in 2004 by the initiative of Professor of Debrecen University Laszlo Marodi (Hungary) as a scientific and educational project devoted to the dissemination of knowledge among the medical community about primary immunodeficiencies in Central and Eastern European countries. Department of Pediatric Infectious Diseases and Pediatric Immunology joined J-Project since its foundation in the clinical and scientific field of primary immunodeficiencies.