According to EIB website, the project is involved with the design, construction and equipping of a new state-of-the-art medical simulations centre at the Medical University of Warsaw, including other eligible intangible investments (relevant training of staff to operate the simulations' applications, and research, development and innovation (RDI) activities). The project also includes the thermo-modernisation of the Pharmacy Faculty building to improve the energy efficiency of the building. Primarily, the project will enable the modernisation of the curricula of undergraduate medical and health sciences students with the use of top-notch simulations' technologies. The centre will also host executive education and training for medical professionals. The centre will be located in Warsaw, Poland, at the Medical University's main campus.
In terms of environmental aspect, the new building will be required to, at least, meet the minimum national targets concerning energy efficiency. The energy performance design of the building and any specific related targets to be met will be verified during appraisal.
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