What is E-MEDIVIP Project?

The project “E-Learning platform for Medical Informatics to improve Vocational and ICT Practice (E-MEDIVIP)“  was developed under the consortium of the Bilecik Seyh Edebali University and the Sakarya University – Technological Faculty, within the framework of the Erasmus+ Program for Strategic Partnerships (Key Action 2 – Cooperation for Innovation and the Exchange of Good Practices). The project is supported by the European Commission and the Turkish National Agency (Part of the Ministry of European Affairs).

Project Title:
E-learning platform for Medical Informatics to improve Vocational and ICT Practice (E-MEDIVIP)
Programme: Erasmus+
Key Action: Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices (KA2)
Action Type: Strategic Partnerships for vocational education and training (KA202)
Beneficiary Organization: Bilecik Seyh Edebali University
Countries: Turkey, Spain, Germany
Start Date: 01-09-2015
End Date: 31-08-2017
Duration in months: 24
EC Contribution in Euros: 228.899
Contact Person: Dr. Emre Dandıl


In E-MEDIVIP project,

– 5 different open-source e-education modules are going to be created in order to improve medical ICT skills of not just a specific group of medical staff but a broad spectrum of that in different levels of medicine (secondary education, undergraduate, bachelor’s degree, post graduate degree)

– Distance education materials are going to be developed according to the results of the questionnaires that will be done by each partner with the medical staff in their country and are going to include the up-to-date issues.

– Also, some of training modules will be applied in the pilot groups and they will be evaluated according to the EQAVET vocational education criteria before the taking their final version.

– Educational modules are going to be made available as open sources after being translated into Turkish, English for some modules Spanish, and German.

– It provides interactive and rich contents as open-source, so it will meet an important need in terms of lifelong learning.