UNIVERSYTET MEDYCZNY W LODZI
Medical University of Lodz is a higher state school having over 70 years-long history. With its 3 faculties, 3 teaching hospitals and 80 clinics, 9.500 students, 1.000 foreign students and app. 1600 academics, Medical University of Lodz belongs to the leading Polish medical universities.
Medical University of Lodz is an experienced partner when it comes to international cooperation. MUL participated in multiple international projects, often playing the role of coordinator. Currently, MUL is involved in 6 Horizon 2020 collaborations, 23 EIT Health projects (of which it coordinates 3), coordinates 1 ERASMUS+ project, participates in 1 COST action, and 104 scientific grants.
MedicalUniversity of Lodz possesses unique experience in healthy ageing management, gained due to participation in numerous international scientific collaborations:
Along with that, due to its extensive experience in clinical medicine, ICT and eHealth, it will be a valuable partner for the purpose of designing of final architecture of the comprehensive educational program targeting various problems arising along digital transformation of health and care
Project Coordinator: Dorota Kilańska, PhD, nurse, professor of the Medical University in Łódź, specialist for Coordinated Care in the Department of Healthcare Systems Development (DR SOZ), member of the Transparency Council of AOTMiT, chairman of the Council for e-Health in Nursing, Director of the European Foundation for Scientific Nursing Research (ENRF) and Director of The ICN-accredited Center for Research and Development ICNP at the Medical University of Łódź and vice-president of the SNOMED CT Council at CSIOZ, an independent expert of the International Council of Nurses, European Federation of Nurses Association, WHO, World Bank, Ministry of Health, in the field of health policy, including especially nursing and care safety, its coordination and computerization, chairwoman of the Board of the Polish Nursing Society, Łódź Branch. Silver Leader of Healthcare 2017 in the area of Innovation in Healthcare. Expert on European Affairs of the Ministry of Health. Creator of software for documenting medical events ADPIECare Dorothea, implemented in universities for teaching and implemented in nursing practice in medical entities across Poland. Scientific work and research projects are related to patient safety through, inter alia, ensuring a Positive Practice Environment (PPE). The key area of activity is innovation in health care, including its computerization. This applies to work related to the development of digital competences of nurses, solutions for telenursing, preparation of guides for care and care for the quality of the ICNP® dictionary translation in order to build the interoperability of medical events for the integration and coordination of care.
Natalia Biega, MSc of Nursing, is a didactic Assistant in the Coordinated Care Department. Commitment towards research implementation of Electronic Health Record in Nurses practice. Natalia has experience in teaching online – due to Covid- 19 and unexpected in Poland changes in form of teaching, she has created materials and teaches online nursing and medical students. She has experience in creating elearning platforms. This year she continues teaching online Polish and English division students. For developing skills in teaching methodology she is a participant of the international Essential Skills in Medical Education course.
Ewelina Łojewska, MSc, PhD student, International Project Specialist in the MUL’s Office for Research, Strategies and Development, engaged in management and administration of healthcare EU projects, will be responsible for administrative reports and IO1. Experienced in preparation of co-creation workshops (project manager of EIT Health Project Cocreating Innovative Solutions for Health).