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KICK-OFF MEETING OF “SAFEMA” PROJECT IN HANOI (VIETNAM), HMU’S PREMISES

25-09-2019

Kick-Off Meeting Of “SafeMa” Project In Hanoi (Vietnam), HMU’s Premises

SafeMa project is funded by Eramus + program with the participation of partners from 04 countries: Vietnam, Cambodia, Denmark and Greece. The objective of the project is: Develop a midwifery training course consisting of 8 modules in the form of short courses and practice courses for midwives, nurses and health workers or midwives. study to improve clinical skills, research and practical learning; build a midwifery center at each of the member schools. The Hubs will serve as model teaching, reseach, pedagogic and career guidance resource centres in midwifery.
 
SafeMa kick-off meeting was held at Hanoi Medical University, Vietnam from August 7th to August 9th  2019, with 08 partners including Hanoi Medical University(HMU) - Vietnam, Thai Nguyen University (TNU) - Vietnam, NamDinh Nursing University (HDU) - Vietnam, University of Health Sciences (UHS) - Cambodia, International University (IU) - Cambodia, University College of Northern Denmark (UCN) - Denmark, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens (NKUA) - Greece, Institute of Innovation and Development Research - Greece.
 
 

The main contents of the meeting are  introduction of project partners and project overview (Preparing, developing Hubs program and model, building network and research and training community. create and teach, quality planning, management and coordination, finance, reporting). Between 07-09/08/2019 the project’s kick-off meeting took place in the premises of the project partner, Hanoi Medical University (HMU) in Hanoi (Vietnam), with the participation of the project Coordinator and all project partners.
 
The meeting was the first opportunity for all project partners to meet each other, present their organizations, informed about the project (activities, procedures, management issues, etc.) and finally discuss and decide on the ongoing and forthcoming activities.

 

 

 

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