In relation to the epidemiological situation in Italy, the University has been in regular contact with the State District Sanitary Inspectorate in Poznan. Until up-to-date recommendation is received, we follow the instructions from the attached release by the Chief Sanitary Inspector (as of February 24, 2020).
Persons who have recently returned from Italy, especially from Lombardy, Veneto, Piedmont, Emilia-Romagna, Lazio regions (even if they did not have contact with the sick, they feel well and healthy) are strongly recommended to avoid social activity for 14 days (stay at home), monitor their medical condition and remain in contact with the Sanitary Inspectorate. If you notice any respiratory disorder, you should report to J. Struś Hospital, Infectious Disease Ward 2 Żelazna Street, tel. +48 61 873 92 95.
Students of PUMS whom the above information concerns, are asked to contact International Relations Office by e-mail, and the coordinators are requested to be flexible and understanding while awarding credits from the courses to the students from the risk group.
The matter should be treated as urgent and important.
Rector prof. Andrzej Tykarski, MD, PhD
‘Reference Site’ within the European Innovation Partnership on Active and Healthy Ageing
It gives us a great pleasure to announce that Poznan University of Medical Sciences has been certified by the EU Commission and thenceforward will act as a ‘Reference Site’ within the European Innovation Partnership on Active and Healthy Ageing.
This one-star distinction qualifies us to join the best institutes of different regions, e.g. Marshall’s Office, Clinical Hospitals and business agencies which, using and implementing innovative technologies, work together for the better future for the elderly in Europe.
Our ‘Reference Site’ activities within medical innovation contribute to development, exchange of experience and cooperation with other institutes. Furthermore, cooperation with other European partners enables us to apply for joint European grants (within the H2020 framework) strengthening our position internationally.
For more information on the ‘Extended Third Call for Reference sites of the European Innovation Partnership for Active and Healthy Ageing (EIP on AHA)’ please visit: https://ec.europa.eu/eip/ageing/reference-sites_en