The project "SafeMa: Education Hubs for Excellence in Midwifery" is approved in the framework of the European Programme: Erasmus+ Higher Education-International Capacity Building with project reference number: 598946-EPP-1-2018-1-VN-EPPKA2-CBHE-JP.
The SafeMa project aims to create a new postgraduate programme in Advanced Midwifery Practice in Asia. The SafeMa E+ CBHE project focuses on postgraduate level training, providing advanced courses and guidance in developing research skills necessary to develop innovative new data-driven techniques.
Five academic professionals from each Asian HEΙ will travel to Europe to witness first-hand the teaching process, course and lab setup and other operational issues.Read More
SafeMa is a postgraduate course on Advanced Midwifery Practice that consists of eight modules that can be taught as short coursesRead More
SafeMa Hubs will be established in the participating Asian Universities to be used for knowledge development, sharing and transfer concerning midwifery.Read More
Latest News and Events from SafeMa Project
Response of SafeMa to Covid-19
The outbreak of COVID-19 pandemic has challenged health systems and public authorities worldwide at all government levels, creating a global emergency situation. Taking into consideration that SafeMa project aims to generate and spread excellence in midwifery education and research, after a consultation with the project local partners, a number of Webinars have been developed, related to the pandemic and its effects in midwifery.
SafeMa Study visit at the University College of Northern Denmark
The second SafeMa study visit was hosted by the University College of Northern Denmark (UCN) from 18 to 20 November 2019 in Aalborg, Denmark. This visit presented the UCN Midwifery Programme and the Reflective -Based Practice Learning (RPL) and thoroughly discussed the methodology and contents of the SafeMa curriculum. The following themes were explored:
SafeMa Study visit at the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens
The first SafeMa study visit was hosted by the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens (NKUA) from 14 to 16 November 2019 in Athens, Greece. The objective of the study visit was to introduce participants in clinical learning and Familiarize them with experiential learning principles and techniques in midwifery training. In this way, the visit is expected to contribute to the development of SafeMa curriculum, that will be delivered in Vietnam and Cambodia.
Kick-Off Meeting of “SafeMa” Project in Hanoi (Vietnam), HMU’s premises
Between 07-09/08/2019 the project’s kick-off meeting took place in the premises of the project partner, Hanoi Medical University (HMU) in Hanoi (Vietnam), with the participation of the project Coordinator and all project partners.