The Lithuanian University of Health Sciences (LSMU) is the largest institution of higher education for biomedical sciences in Lithuania, successfully integrating studies, research, and clinical practice. LSMU consists of two main academies: Medical Academy and Veterinary Academy.
Nearly 8 000 students of medicine, odontology, and nursing gain their practical skills at the LSMU Hospital Kauno Klinikos, which is the largest medical institution in the Baltic States. More than 2,200 physicians and residents side by side with 2,400 members of the nursing staff take care of over 90,000 patients at the LSMU Hospital each year.
Pharmacy students gain practical skills at the University Pharmacy, which is designed not only to serve the public but also to be the main training facility of the Faculty of Pharmacy. Students seeking to become veterinary doctors obtain their practical skills in large and small animal clinics and operating rooms of the Veterinary Academy.
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Dean of the Faculty of Nursing. Professor of Geriatric Department. Chairperson of the Senate. Chairperson of the Committee for Nursing PhD Program. Director of WHO CC for Nursing education and Practice. The member of WHO Advisory Group.
International Programme Coordinator in International Relations and study Centre at LSMU – Erasmus+ staff mobility, scholarship programmes for visiting foreign teachers, development of international co-operation projects, strategic co-operation.
Head of Dean’s Office in Faculty of Nursing, LSMU Medical Academy.
Professor in nursing and Head of the Nursing and care department at LSMU, member of working groups which prepared and launched first educational programme in Midwifery of Bachelor’s degree in Lithuania, first master programme in Advanced Nursing practice in Baltic States. Program chair of study committee of Nursing, Leadership in Nursing and Advance Nursing practise. Contributor to preparation of legal documents for Lithuanian nurses in Lithuania Health Care Ministry and Fulbright Alliumni.
Professor in nursing in the Nursing and care department at LSMU, lecturer for the students of all three levels, expert, scientific investigator or leader in international projects, author of numerous scientific publications, contributor to the professional books publication, speaker at scientific congresses and conferences.
Lecturer in Nursing at LSMU. Her research interests are in the areas of Patient Education, Health Promotion and Surgery. 6 years of experience as a nurse in therapeutic and surgery departments, work practice as a stoma therapy nurse. 18 years of experience as a teacher of nursing students.
Jūratė Macijauskienė, project coordinator
Živilė Kepežinskienė, project manager
Dinara Kozhakhmetova, responsible for WP4 Dissemination
Yeles Muratbek, responsible for WP4 Dissemination