Manana Machitidze graduated from Tbilisi State Medical University, Faculty of Pediatrics. Currently, she is a Doctoral student of the Faculty of Medicine of Tbilisi State University. Her dissertation topic is - ''Improving Patients Treatment and Care Outcomes: Targeting Nurses Education and Shortage''.
Since 2014, she has been leading the clinical teaching and lecture courses of the Nursing Department at the School of Health Sciences of the University of Georgia, at the Nursing and other faculties of the school.
She has completed training courses for Emory
University TOT - Nurse Educator, Leader-Nurse, and Nursing Clinical Research
Training and has received the relevant certificates. She has experience in
international projects (UN, USAID). Has practical medical, pedagogical - the
experience of the trainer, mentor, teaching planning, and lecturer. She is the
Education Coordinator of the Georgian Nurses Association. She is a member of
the nursing protocols development team, as well as the author/co-author of
several books and publications.
Nursing Education and Practice