Project Workshop 28 May 2016

Presentations at Workshop Event Pictures from eMM Workshop, 28 May 2016, Constanta Maritime University Headquarter

eMM Workshop Announcement

eMaritimeMedicine WORKSHOP (28 MAY 2016) PROGRAM 1000 – Registration of participants 1030 – 1040 – Welcome speech of the rector, Constanta Maritime University, Romania 1040 – 1050      Speech of rector,  Naval Academy N.Y.Vaptsarov, Varna, Bulgaria 1050 – 1100      Speech of rector,  Ovidius University, Constanta, Romania 1100 – 1110      Speech of Dean of Maritime Faculty from…

Internet Era & eMaritime Medicine

It is known that the Internet is permanently changing the way we communicate with our social networks and how we search for information. For the new seafaring students that are considered the “Internet” generation, access to cyberspace is a new way of life. In the future, Europe will need skilful and experienced European seafarers. This…

Regional Testing

Maritime medicine administrative procedures are complex and time-consuming. The interoperability between maritime medicine information systems is practically non-existent in different navigation areas like the Black Sea, and this is limiting the potential for new first aid services. There are also small ports that might not be equipped with electronic data transmission. The Maritime Medicine Center…

Project Scheduled Tasks

Task 1 – Develop a virtual platform: E-Maritime Medicine for World Maritime Universities To develop an E-Maritime Medicine platform – a virtual platform with the main aim to improve the knowledge of seafaring students and medical instructors and the exchange of know-how by sharing their experience through the e-activity platform in Maritime Medicine for IAMU…

eMM Objectives

The main objective is to develop an E-Maritime Medicine portal system for IAMU members and their partners in order to share maritime medicine from the perspective of educational activities for seafaring students and medicine doctors alike. The proposed virtual platform will help IAMU member institutions to improve the knowledge of seafaring students and medical instructors…

Project Aims and Goals

Constanta Maritime University searches new ways to achieve the full benefits for the health of Maritime Universities’ students and physicians, for training them and developing new methods of giving first aid to seafarers, and to assume the competitive advantage and sustainability using the proposed E-Maritime Medicine portal.

Legal Requirements

The e-Maritime Medicine envisages promoting interoperability in its broader sense. It aims to stimulate coherent, transparent, efficient and simplified solutions in support of cooperation, interoperability and consistency between IAMU members and its partners and transport operators. Regarding the new “Manila Amendments” to the STCW, the medical certificate must be in accordance with current requirements until…

Project Preamble

The CMU E-Maritime Medicine initiative aims to foster the use of advanced information technologies for providing first aid and training in the maritime transport sector, for seafarers and seamanship physicians. The complex information in medicine domain and accelerated emergence of information and new communication technologies in telemedicine is shaping the seafarers’ professional lives.