At the end of May the first two online lectures from a series of webinars were held, organized as part of the Virtual Academy of Advanced Training in Medicine project. The lecturer, Professor Stefan Martin, is a German diabetologist, head of West German Center for Diabetes and Health (Westdeutsches Diabetes and und Gesundheitszentrum and nd Chief physician for Diabetology at the Association of Catholic Clinics in Dusseldorf.
Exactly 15 years ago, on April 12, 2005, the International Academy for Management and Technology (INTAMT) was entered into the Register of Associations. The first seminar event of the newly founded Academy also began directly on that day. At the time the guests from the Moscow Region visited Dusseldorf and the region to learn about the organization of technology and innovation support in Germany.
The expert team of medical practitioners from Austria and Germany and INTAMT project managers accomplished a field trip to Kazakh perinatal centers in Turkestan and Taldykorgan in the framework of the World Bank funded “Development of Clinical Guidelines on healthcare delivery” healthcare optimization project. The visited hospitals in the South of the country are two of three medical institutions, where the new protocols will be piloted in the course of the further implementation of the project.
Start of a new project studying accessibility of caretaking professions for the deaf and hard of hearingINTAMT News
The first meeting of the ACPD – Access to Caretaking Professions for Deaf, co-financed by the European Erasmus+ KA2 program, took place on January 29-30, 2020 in Düsseldorf. The main objective of the project is to explore the possibility of training deaf and hearing impaired people in care in EU countries, where such training is not currently available.
Since October 2019, the INTAMT Academy has been implementing the “Development of instruments for the implementation of clinical protocols in the field of health care of pregnant women, women giving birth, young mothers and newborns in the medical practice of the Republic of Kazakhstan”project, which runs until spring 2021 and is an initiative of the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Kazakhstan financed by a World Bank loan.
On 20.09. the four-day international DISEMEX+East event, where the invited representatives of the associations, social institutions and non-profit organizations of the Eastern Partnership countries of the EU (Armenia, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, Ukraine) and Russia as well as the members of the European „DISEMEX project consortium (Bulgaria, Italy, Poland, Romania, Slovenia, Turkey and United Kingdom) exchanged best practices in professional inclusion, came to an end.