On September 25, 2018, in the framework of the Erasmus + KyrMedu project “Advancing University Education in Biomedical Engineering and Health Management in Kyrgyzstan”, a new laboratory “Tele-teaching” was opened at KSTU named after I. Razzakov.
KSTU is one of the three universities in Bishkek and participates at the project with its expertise in Biomedical Engineering, since it offers the Biomedical Engineering Programme as a Standard Study Programme. Within the project of KyrMedu they have extended the range of their study programmes and co-developed the study programme in Health Care Informatics. For the study year 2018 there have been enrolled 11 new students.
With the opening the Teleteaching Classroom, the study programme of KyrMedu has been facilitated by the insfrastructure for teleteaching classes and for practical exercies in Medical Informatics.
Representatives of the Ministry of Health of the Kyrgyz Republic, Kyrgyz Medtekhnik LLC, partners from KSMA, KSUCTA, NSU, TalSU, Osh State University, IKSU and the staff of KSTU were invited to celebrate together with KSTU this newly equipped Classroom which was designed for tele-teaching, for viedeo-conferences with other university partners, digitalising the teaching materials, storing the learning and teaching materials in the server that is available both for lecturers and students, and with excellent wireless internet connection. It was also equipped with digital portable devices designed for telemonitoring the human condition such as wireless blood pressure monitor, measuring devices for heart rate, repsiration rate, blood oxygen and stress levels as well as for maternity tracker with a baby’s heartbeat tracking system, gluckometer etc.