International Cooperation Networks

This platform is a communication and information hub for all actors involved in Active and Healthy Ageing through Europe.
Poznan University of Medical Sciences, together with the Marshal's Office of the Wielkopolska Region, is one of the two Reference Sites in the country for the development and implementation of guidelines for senior care in Poland. In particular, PUMS activities focus on running consultation points for seniors in regional pharmacies.
EU Robotics
EU Robotics aisbl (Association Internationale Sans But Lucratif) is a Brussels based international non-profit association for all stakeholders in European robotics.

As part of this cooperation network, PUMS is involved in the development of guidelines in the area of preparing home robots work algorithms that will make life easier for seniors who run single households in the future.
PUMSTER Cooperation Network
PUMSTER is the only project in Poland, whose only beneficiary is PUMS, to internationalize the staff and curriculum of the Doctoral School operating at the medical university.
Undoubtedly, the added value of the project (run by National Agency for Academic Exchange) is establishing cooperation with 24 academic research centers in Europe, whose employees became equal promoters in the doctoral dissertations of PUMS doctoral students. This cooperation is carried out not only in the field of scientific supervision, but also in running summer and autumn schools, carrying out joint research projects and study visits.
Program CEEPUS III - Central European Exchange Program for University Studies
CEEPUS is the short form for Central European Exchange Program for University Studies and is a multilateral University exchange program in the extended Danube region based on an international Agreement. There are 15+ members states who joint the current CEEPUS III agreement at the moment, each member state has a National CEEPUS Office.

The main activity of CEEPUS are networks of eligible universities of the CEEPUS member states operating joint programs. Within these networks CEEPUS covers mobility grants for students and teachers of those eligible universities. Since 1995 approximate 75.000 mobility applications have been awarded in the framework of our program.
The European Reference Network for Rare Endocrine Disorders (Endo-ERN) aims to improve access to high quality healthcare for patients with rare endocrine disorders by facilitating the exchange of knowledge, the performance of specialised research, and the support of comprehensive health care in such a way that patients receive professional care throughout their lives.