INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE LITHUANIAN AND POLISH WOMEN IN EUROPE 201919/09/2019International Conference is organized by Collegium Medicum, Warmia and Mazury University in Olsztyn, Poland and Lithuanian University of Health Sciences (LUHS) Faculty of Public Health in Kaunas, Lithuania in cooperation with Polish Journalists for Health ‘Association Conference in Poland from 20 to 22 and in Lithuania on 23.09.2019. The Conference Programm is included;
ClinicalKey Training19/11/2018We would like to inform you, that on 20th November and 21st November 2018, the representative of the Elsevier will provide to our students and academic staff a
12th November 2018 - NO CLASSES09/11/2018Dear Students,
Medical Council of India03/09/2018We are more than happy to announce, that our School of Medicine has been enlisted by the Medical Council of India (MCI) as a registered medical school abroad.We would like to thank:
1st Student Medical Simulation Competition at the CM UWM06/06/2018On 26/05/2018 at the UWM Medical Simulation Center took place 1st Student Medical Simulation Competition at the CM UWM.
In Memory Of Nicolas Senatore Carrasco16/04/2018The loss of a life, such a young one, is always disheartening. He will be missed but not forgotten. Rest in peace Nicolas.
Vice-Rector for Collegium Medicum Professor Wojciech Maksymowicz in the group of laureates of the special prize for outstanding representatives of health care.23/03/2018March 20, 2018 in the presence of Professor Łukasz Szumowski the Minister of Health the special prizes were given to the outstanding representatives of health care in recognition for their every day work with patients, for being guided by impeccable principles as well as their commitment and se
Survey questionnaires25/01/2018Dear Students,
Center for Medical Simulation27/10/2017
Let's build a new hospital in Olsztyn25/08/2017The University of Warmia and Mazury is proposing the construction of a new hospital in Olsztyn for inhabitants, thanks to the possibility of obtaining subsidies from the authorities of Olsztyn. The reasons are obvious - each year the queues are growing. The Town Hospital is 150 years old.