The University of Tampere has concluded an agreement on co-operation in medical training in Russia. The letter of intent was signed in St. Petersburg on Friday.
“We will begin designing the medical training on the basis of evidence-based practice,” says Vice-rector Harri Melin from the University of Tampere.
“The University of Tampere directs the development and implementation of the new training. Designing the operating model starts next autumn,” Melin explains.
Approximately a hundred students will participate in the training organised at the Almazov National Medical Research Centre in St. Petersburg.
The city of Tampere also signed a cooperation agreement on Smart City partnership with the city of St. Petersburg.