Study Tours

Study Tours

On behalf of Collegium Prometricum and our partners we organise a series of study missions for managers of medical entities and doctoral students of business and public health schools.

The European MBA Healthcare Study Tour is under the honorary patronage of the Polish Ministry of Health.

The aim of the project is to exchange experiences regarding the management of medical entities in crisis situations. In addition, the aim is strengthen the network of contacts between institutions and medical entities in European countries, which will allow for a better exchange of experience and current information in the future.

The next events are planned in Porto (April 17-21, 2023), Gdańsk (June 20-23, 2023), Cambridge (September 18-22, 2023).

Complete the application form below to receive more information on how to join the following study tours.

Collegium Prometricum is happy to invite you for European MBA Study Tour which will be held in Porto (Portugal) on April 17-21, 2023.

This 5 days intense training will include lectures with healthcare experts, visits to healthcare institutions, networking sessions, graduation dinner and cultural visit. Each participant will also receive programme participation certificate.

European MBA Study Tour timeline:

– until March 23 – express your interest by sending email to, as a reply you will receive more detailed information

– March 25 – you will receive spot availability confirmation by this date followed by instructions how to book accommodation in special price

– March 30 – pay participation fee (€1000 per person) to confirm your participation in the study tour (the payment will be transferred to Porto Business School – University of Porto)

– April 17-21 – learn, share experience and enjoy the programme while staying in Porto.


Past Events

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Tasks, responsibilities and powers of the TEMPORARY HOSPITAL MANAGER in ensuring protection of citizens’ health in a crisis situation – conclusions from the COVID 19 pandemic.

During the session there will be discussed following topics:

  1. Temporary hospitals as a permanent crisis reserve: a) technical and material facilities – resources necessary to maintain emergency preparedness – resource structure, storage and ensuring readiness, infrastructure necessary to maintain preparedness; b) human resources – paramedical workers, volunteers, principles of training, maintaining competences, quick implementation to the given tasks; c) organizational facilities – procedures and good practices, checklists, indicators for assessing the state of crisis preparedness; d) financial background, including the principles of financing the costs of crisis preparedness; e) other issues arising from the participants’ experience.
  2. Digitization and digital competences of healthcare professionals.
  3. Business process in management of medical entities.

The agenda of the meeting includes also a visit to a temporary hospital located on the premises of Gdańsk International Fair and a plenary session with the participation of guests representing healthcare institutions in Poland and other European countries.

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