For health professionals
A Study Tour is similar to an excursion. You will go to Europe in a group with a clear plan for each day together with a guide. The significant difference is that besides visiting landmarks, you will visit EU health facilities. You will join local doctors at work, attend workshops, and discuss issues you both face. You will have the time for learning, networking, and sightseeing.
We invented these tours because we want you to receive hands-on experience at EU health institutions. We understand that it is hard to arrange a visit yourself, so we organise all of the planning and management. We will also cover most of the expenses, and all that we ask in return is for you to share some of the best practices with your teammates in Ukraine.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the limitations on travelling to the EU, we temporarily discontinued the programme. We monitor the situation and as soon as travelling is safe will launch new open calls. Follow this page or subscribe to our newsletter to be the first to know the updates.
This is for learning from different countries
We have chosen hot-button themes for our study tours: decentralisation, neonatology, ergotherapy, obstetrics, gynaecology, and the Vojta method in physiotherapy. One theme — one tour is our mantra as this provides a thorough overview of each topic. Each time we will choose another EU country for a visit.
This is for those who want everything to be planned
We organise all of the planning, you think of all the learning and having fun. We decide on the destination country, workshops you will visit, and transportation. Our guide and translator will accompany you throughout the trip.
This is for new acquaintances within and outside Ukraine
We only accept individual applications, but you will not be on your own, other talented Ukrainians will accompany you on tour. Your professional network will be enriched, both by colleagues from Europe and other regions of Ukraine.
This is for medical officers
We offer tours to everyone in medicine, no matter the title; nurses, doctors, and heads of departments all can join. However, nurses should apply as a pair with a doctor from their department.