AMEE (International Association for medical education in Europe), Helsinki, Finland, 27th - 30th of August 2017

KSMU presented “Training against medical error” using virtual patient (VP) cases Erasmus+ CBHE project’s first results with two posters: “Adapting virtual patient cases to language and culture: how not to throw the baby out with the bathwater?”, explaining experience in case adaptation written for UK healthcare system to Kazakhstan healthcare requirements and culture; “Virtual patients in training against medical error: student experience of working with paediatric cases”, were interested in terms of students’s opinion and experience in using branched and linear VP cases. Conference attendees are interested in medical error, VP case subjects together with project implementation in Kazakhstan. Sholpan, Gulmira and Viktor willingly shared with project implementation activities.


Mini poster


AMEE 2017
AMEE 2017
AMEE 2017
AMEE 2017



TAME in numbers

  • 10 consortium members
  • 7 countries
  • 36 months

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