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Date:
2017-06-16

IFMSA SCORP Event at TMA

On June 15-16 Petre Shotadze Tbilisi Medical Academy hosted event, organized by IFMSA Committee for Human Rights and Peace (SCORP).
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IFMSA SCORP Event at TMA


On June 15-16 Petre Shotadze Tbilisi Medical Academy hosted event, organized by IFMSA Committee for Human Rights and Peace (SCORP). The main objective of the event was to raise awareness of future doctors towards gender biased prenatal sex selection and discrimination and encourage dissemination of information among peers.
The informational lecture, led by Assistant Representative of UNFPA in Georgia, Mrs. Lela Bakradze, was attended by students and administration of TMA, as well as medical students from other universities.In the frames of the project, students got familiarized with ongoing projects and observed trends related to issue. After the lecture students had opportunities to exercise their opinions and participate in interactive Q&A.
On June 16, members of committee, led by TMA International Faculty student, Tekla Gelovani, visited several Universities of Tbilisi and TMA affiliated Maternity Hospital “House of Health”, where they distributed informational material and mixed color baby accessories.
Management of TMA would like to thank Georgian Representation of UNFPA and personally Mrs. Lela Bakradze, as well as management and staff of Maternity Hospital “House of Health”
Special thanks to TMA students: Tekla Gelovani, Anna Mamiseishvili, Ina Leshkasheli, Ani Mdivani and Saba Benidze for their contributions in planning and execution of this project.
TMA will encourage student’s further engagement in such projects.











Date:
2017-05-31

World No Tobacco Day and hosted a social event – “Go Green Not Sick.”

On May 31 TMA celebrated World No Tobacco Day and hosted a social event – “Go Green Not Sick.” The event was designed and organized by TMA student,
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World No Tobacco Day and hosted a social event – “Go Green Not Sick.”


On May 31 TMA celebrated World No Tobacco Day and hosted a social event – “Go Green Not Sick.” The event was designed and organized by TMA student, Head of Public Health Committee (SCOPH) of GFMSA, George Kikvadze.
During the day, members of SCOPH in the frames of the project, visited Tbilisi State Medical University (TSMU) and David Tvildiani Medical University (DTMU), where they offered students flower pots in exchange for cigarettes. The campaign was aiming to raise awareness towards harms of smoking for health and environment and promote healthy lifestyle.
The day ended with informative and interactive lecture regarding effects of smoking and ways to overcome it. The lecture was led by Marketing Manager of Pharmaceutical Company “Sopharma,” Mrs. Eter Bunturi, MD. MPH, who introduced lead product of company, “TABEX” which is proven to be one of most effective drugs for overcoming nicotine addiction.   
The project was carried out with encouragement and support of Petre Shotadze Tbilisi Medical Academy and Pharmaceutical Company “Sopharma”






Date:
2017-04-08

TMA Students’ Successful Performance at Scientific Conference

On April 7, 2017 was conducted fifth annual conference -”Global Health and Medicine” which was dedicated to World Health Day. The event was planned and executed by
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TMA Students’ Successful Performance at Scientific Conference


On April 7, 2017 was conducted fifth annual conference -”Global Health and Medicine” which was dedicated to World Health Day. The event was planned and executed by “Youth Scientific Association” (YSU) and Students’ Scientific Research Club “VITALIS”. (SSRC “VITALIS”)
In the frames of the conference, TMA students from both Georgian and International faculties, had opportunities to demonstrate their scientific achievements through oral and poster presentations.
Oral presentations were delivered by first year student, Nino Dzagania on topic “Risk-Factors of Antibiotic Resistant Tuberculosis in Georgia” and third year students, Adnan Anwar Mohammad and Saif Al-Rustum Ali Jaafar with breathtaking presentation on “Mental Health Issues in Child and Female Refugees”. Poster presentation was delivered by Saif Tawfeeq on “The Combined Effects of Obesity, Abdominal Obesity and Major Depression/Anxiety”.
In the frames of the conference were discussed present-day health related topics, including: Global Health; Health Politics, Economics and Management; Environmental Health; Health Promotion; Health Insurance, Communicable and Non-Communicable Diseases; Mental Health etc.
Honorary Guests, Professors and Academics, presented from different universities, gave positive evaluation to presentations and expressed hopes, that involvement of future doctors in scientific processes, will carry on in the future and become an inseparable part of medical education.
At the end of the conference, participants were awarded with honorary certificates.
TMA Administration and Department of Student Research and Scientific Development wishes to thank students and their supervisors for their hard work, as well as to the creative teams of “Youth Scientific Union” (YSU) and Student Scientific and Research Club “VITALIS” (SSRC “VITALIS”) for their contributions for organizing a truly remarkable conference.



14 Mar

TMA Administration wishes Happy Holi to Indian Students!

May your studies and life in TMA be as joyful, bright and colorful as the Celebration! 
15 Mar

Announcement for Students!

Tbilisi Medical Academy is opening a call of applications for students, who wish to participate in one month internship during summer 2017 in University Clinic of Klaipeda, Lithuan

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