Exchange Programmes


Erasmus+ is the EU's programme to support education, training, youth and sport in Europe. Its budget provides opportunities for over 4 million Europeans to study, train, gain experience, and volunteer abroad.

Studying abroad is a central part of Erasmus+ and has been shown to have a positive effect on later job prospects. It is also an opportunity to improve language skills, gain self-confidence and independence and immerse yourself in a new culture.

Erasmus+ also offers the chance to combine studying abroad with a traineeship. Opportunities are available for students at Bachelor, Master or Doctoral levels.

Basic information about the Erasmus+ programme can be found at the following website:

Information for students coming for an exchange semester or year to the Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry, Palacký University Olomouc can be found under Information for incoming students.

Information for students of the Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry, Palacký University Olomouc who would like to travel abroad within the framework of the Erasmus+ programme can be found under Information for outgoing students.

Information for incoming students

Dear students, we are happy that you chose our Faculty. All the (general) important information regarding Erasmus+ study stay here at Palacký University Olomouc can be found at the website of the International Relations Office of the Rectorate.

Please bear in mind that the co-ordinator from your home institution has to nominate you first. After they submit your online nomination, you will receive an e-mail with information and a link to access the application form. All the communication is done through the online nomination and application platform (, including choosing of courses. Later, your application will be transferred to our study system (Portal) where you can generate and possibly sign the Learning Agreement for Studies (our system is connected to EWP so you can do the LA through it as well as sign it online if your University is connected as well).

You can chose most of the courses which are part of the respective study plan at our Faculty (available in English):

Please note that some of the courses are not available to Erasmus+ students (e.g. Infectious Diseases 1 and 2; Obligatory Practice in General Practitioner's Office). Courses named as "clinical practice" are also not available as they are not courses as such but summer practices organised by the students themselves.
Also please note that some of the courses might have a limited number of spots available (especially these courses are usually tight: Pediatrics, Anaesthesia and Intensive Care, Emergency Medicine). First come first serve basis.

IMPORTANT: In the 2023/2024 academic year there will most probably be only one group of the English programme General Medicine in the 4th year. That means that in most of the 4th year’s subjects there will most probably be a capacity issue and it can be difficult to join courses from that study year.

Students from Slovakia and students speaking Czech can also choose from these study plans:

Please note that the timetables for the upcoming academic year are usually not ready before the end of May.

The Academic Year Calendar is available on the Faculty webpage.

If you have any questions or concerns regarding your studies at our Faculty, please contact Ms. Petra Nakládalová, Faculty Erasmus+ officer (

Information for outgoing students

As a Palacký University student you can study at another European university or carry out a traineeship for 2-24 months within the framework of the Erasmus+ programme.

The Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry, Palacký University Olomouc usually announces the selection procedure for students of the Faculty for study stays within the Erasmus+ programme once a year, in December for the next academic year. An additional selection procedure was announced for study stays in the summer semester of 2023/2024 academic year.

See the details of the additional selection procedure in the attached document. Application deadline is September 29, 2023. The selection procedure will be held at the Theoretical Institutes, lecture room no. 2.521 on October 02, 2023 at 15.00.

Palacký University has agreements with many institutions of higher education in Europe. You can apply for these exchange study programmes primarily through our faculty. For more information please contact Petra Nakládalová (

How to apply:
Applicants are required to fill in the application in the Erasmus+ online platform (available at Please perform the following steps once the selection procedure is announced:

  1. Use the same login and password as you use for the Portal.
  2. Check, if all the personal and contact details are correct. Change what needs to be corrected.  Do not forget to fill in the additional information  ("doplňující údaje") at the right hand side column: length of university studies; number  of  months in case you already went to an Erasmus+ study-stay; cycle of studies – master (“magisterský”) or Ph.D. (“doktorský”).
  3. Chose the institutions you prefer: the preferred semester, your degree programme, university, language. If  you  apply  to  more  universities, indicate  your preferences for each of them. You can chose maximum 3 univerisities.
  4. Submit your application.
  5. Print out the application form, sign it and hand it in together with all the required attachments to Petra Nakládalová (Student Department).

Please note that from 2022/2023 academic year on the financial support was increased!

For traineeships the selection procedure is held at the Rectorate level and is more flexible, the deadlines depend on dates of the traineeship.

Please find more information about Erasmus+ Study stays and Erasmus+ Traineeships on the webpage of the Rectorate International office. On the same webpages you can also find the documents related to both types of the Erasmus+ stays.

Have a look at the list of partner universities of our Faculty. You can get inspired by Reports from Erasmus+ mobilities of students from our Faculty (in Czech) or Stories by students of our University (on the IRO webpage, also in Czech).

Erasmus+ partner universities 2023/2024

General Medicine:

Country Partner university Student/teaching staff exchange
Medizinische Universität Innsbruck 2 teachers
Medizinische Universität Wien 1 student, 1 teacher
Bulgaria Pleven Medical University 2 students, 1 teacher
Estonia University of Tartu 2 students
Finland Turun Yliopisto 1 student, 1 teacher
France Universite d’Auvergne 2 students, 2 teachers
Université de Bordeaux 2 students, 2 teachers
Université de Lille II 2 students, 1 teacher
Germany Universität Leipzig 2 students
Justus-Liebig-Universität Giessen 2 students, 2 teachers
Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg 2 students
Greece University of Ioannina 2 teachers
Hungary Szegedi Tudományegyetem 2 students, 2 teachers
Italy Sapienza Università di Roma (FACOLTA’ Farmacia e Medicina) 2 students, 2 teachers
Università degli Studi di Cagliari 2 students, 1 teacher
Lithuania Vilniaus universitetas 2 students, 1 teacher
Poland Uniwersytet Mikołajala Kopernika w Toruniu 2 students, 1 teacher
University of Opole 2 teachers
Portugal Universidade Nova de Lisboa 2 students, 1 teacher
Universidade de Lisboa 2 students, 2 teachers
Universidade do Porto 2 students, 1 teacher
Universidade do Porto – Instituto de Ciencias Biomédicas de Abel Salazar 2 students, 2 teachers
Universidade de Coimbra 2 students, 1 teacher
Romania Grigore T. Popa University of Medicine and Pharmacy, Iasi 2 students, 1 teacher
Ovidius University of Constanta 2 students, 2 teachers
Slovakia Univerzita Komenského v Bratislave – JLF UK v Martine 2 students, 1 teacher
Univerzita Pavla Jozefa Šafárika v Košiciach 2 teachers
Slovenia Univerza v Ljubljani 2 students, 2 teachers
University of Maribor 2 teachers
Spain Universidad de Zaragoza 2 students, 1 teacher
Universidad Católica de Valencia 2 students, 1 teacher
Turkey Istanbul Medipol Üniversitesi 2 students, 1 teacher
Yeditepe Üniversitesi 2 teachers


Country Partner university Student/teaching staff exchange
Italy Università degli Studi di Cagliari 2 students, 1 teacher
Lithuania Vilniaus universitetas 2 students, 1 teacher
Poland Gdański Uniwersytet Medyczny 2 students, 1 teacher
Portugal lnstituto Superior de Ciéncias de Saúde Egas Moniz 2 students
Universidade do Porto 2 students, 2 teachers
Romania Grigore T. Popa University of Medicine and Pharmacy, Iasi 2 students, 1 teacher
Slovakia Univerzita Komenského v Bratislave 2 students, 1 teacher
Spain Universidad Católica de Valencia 2 students, 1 teacher
Universitat de Valencia 2 students, 2 teachers
Turkey Istanbul Medipol Üniversitesi 1 student, 1 teacher

Ph.D. students:

Country Partner university Student/teaching staff exchange
Austria Medizinische Universität Innsbruck 1 student
Great Britain University of Birmingham 2 students, 2 teachers
Hungary Szegedi Tudományegyetem 1 student
Slovenia Univerza v Ljubljani 1 student

Dentistry - traineeships in Rhodes, Greece

Dr. Stefanos Tolios, D.D.S. from the Dental Clinic Rhodes offers the Dentistry students the possibility of Erasmus+ traineeships in his clinic during Summer 2023. Students can come anytime from May until the end of October 2023 to make their practice in the Dental Clinic. The basic language is English. The Greek language is not necessary. They can host 4 Students from May until June, 4 Students in July and August, and 4 Students September-October.

For more details please contact the clinic directly.

13, Ierou Lohou str. | 85100 |  Rhodes | Greece
(+30) 22410 24544  direct (+30) 6944 77 57 87

New rules of the Erasmus+ Programme

(valid from the academic year 2014/2015)

Within the framework of the new Erasmus+ Programme a new rule has been implemented. According to this new rule, students can participate on both study stays and traineeships repeatedly. The condition is that in each of the study cycles the student cannot spend more than 12 months on Erasmus mobility (study stays and traineeships combined). Students whose studies are not divided into Bachelor and Masrer have this limit increased to 24 months. Please note that mobilities taken in the actual study cycle within the previous Erasmus programme (2007/08-2013/14.) are counted into this limit as well.

Other Possibilities

Besides the Erasmus+ programme the students of our Faculty have the chance to use other mobility programmes.There are, for example, the traineeships organised by the IFMSA student organisation available to our students. Other offers can be found below.

Please NOTE that according to the Study and Examination Code students are obliged to report their planned study stays or mobility (incl. traineeships) abroad. All stays that last 5 or more days have to be entered into STAG. Please report your planned mobility in time (before its start) to Petra Nakládalová ( If a mobility is not reported, it will not appear in STAG, thus will not appear on your Diploma Supplement.

CALL – Aurora International Traineeship Programme

The AURORA European Universities Alliance is here to extend the offer of relevant student traineeships abroad. Your traineeship shall take place in one of the countries involved in the AURORA European Universities Alliance International Traineeship Programme, i.e. Austria, Iceland, Italy, Netherlands, and Spain. Its duration is minimum 6 weeks and maximum 5 months during the period September 2021 – August 2023. See more information on the IRO UP webpage.

Call for submitting applications for exceptional scholarship 2023

The Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry, Palacký University Olomouc, announces the call for submitting applications for exceptional scholarship 2023 supporting the international mobility of its students. The call applies to students who carry out an internship/international mobility lasting at least 30 days during the year 2023 (through IFMSA).

Note: this is not the same as the financial contribution from the Faculty for your summer (obligatory) internships outside the Czech Republic (see above) which is based on your CGPA. 

Conditions for submitting the application for exceptional scholarship 2023:

  1. The application for exceptional scholarship must be submitted to the Student Department (with the original signature of the student) prior to the internship abroad.
  2. The internship/international mobility has to last at least 30 calendar days.
  3. The amount of the financial contribution granted will depend on the number of applicants for exceptional scholarship, on the country of the internship, possibly also on the length of the mobility.
  4. Students who have not yet received this kind of scholarship will be preferred (not valid for IFMSA mobility).
  5. Students of General Medicine who carry out an internship as a free-mover may also apply. The scholarship might be granted to these applicants in individual and justified cases. Please submit a letter supporting the reasons of your request together with the application.
  6. Students can be granted additional credits (C category – Foreign General Practice 1, 2, 3, 4) when submitting the required documents.

Within maximum 30 days after their arrival from the mobility students are required to submit:

  • Certificate/confirmation that they have carried out the internship/mobility stating its length and the complete address of the workplace abroad
  • Final report from the mobility
  • Log book (valid for IFMSA mobility only)

Deadline for submitting the application:  September 27, 2023

ATTENTION! If your mobility took place already in the first half of the year, i.e. by June 30, you must submit your application at least by email by July 3, 2023!

The application form is available online.

For more information please contact Petra Nakládalová, Student Department, tel.: +420 585 632 015, e-mail:

2023 Summer course: on Interprofessional Healthcare – Future of Healthcare: Leapfrogging Innovation through Precision Medicine

Dear Colleagues,

Greetings from Faculty of Medicine, Public Health, and Nursing UGM

We would like to take this opportunity to invite your students to join in the 2023 Summer Course on Interprofessional Healthcare – Future of Healthcare: Leapfrogging Innovation through Precision Medicinewhich will be held on 6th – 17th November 2023

We have routinely conducted a summer course on Interprofessional Health Care, involving multi discipline participants such as medicine, dentistry, pharmacy, nutrition, nursing, etc. Every year more than 50 students from varying disciplines have participated in this event. 

The success of Summer Course 2022 on Interprofessional Healthcare – Environmental Sustainability for Healthier and Happier Life encourages FK-KMK UGM – along with Faculty of Dentistry and Faculty of Pharmacy UGM – to hold a course in 2023 as a continuation of interprofessional education and training programs in community on current relevant topics.

Precision medicine, also known as personalized medicine, is a new field that promises to revolutionize the way healthcare is delivered. The idea behind precision medicine is to use patient- specific data, including genetic information, lifestyle factors and environmental influences, to develop customized treatments that are more effective and have fewer side effects. As technology advances, precision medicine is becoming more accessible and affordable. The ability to analyze large amounts of data quickly and accurately has opened new opportunities to identify disease risks, predict treatment outcomes, and develop targeted therapies.

One of the most exciting applications of precision medicine is in the field of cancer treatment. By analyzing a patient's DNA and other molecular data, doctors can identify specific genetic mutations that promote tumor growth. This information can then be used to develop targeted therapies to attack those mutations, resulting in more effective and less toxic treatments.

Precision medicine is also applied to other diseases, such as Alzheimer's, diabetes, and heart disease. By identifying the underlying genetic and environmental factors that contribute to these conditions, doctors can develop personalized treatment plans tailored to each patient's specific needs.

As precision medicine continues to evolve, we will likely see even more dramatic improvements in healthcare outcomes. The ability to predict disease risk and develop targeted therapies could lead to earlier detection and treatment of diseases, which could ultimately save lives and lower healthcare costs.

However, there are several challenges to overcome. One of the biggest challenges is ensuring that patient data is protected and used responsibly. With the vast amount of data generated by precision medicine, there is a risk of privacy breaches and data misuse. In addition, there is a need for more research to validate the effectiveness of precision medicine and to ensure that it is accessible to all patients, regardless of their socioeconomic status.

Overall, precision medicine holds great promise for the future of healthcare. As technology advances and more data becomes available, we can expect to see more innovative and effective treatments that are tailored to the needs of individual patients.

Therefore, FK-KMK together with Faculty of Dentistry and Faculty of Pharmacy UGM organized Summer Course 2023 on Interprofessional Healthcare - Future of Healthcare: Leapfrogging Innovation through Precision Medicine to support the innovation of integrating UGM interdisciplinary flagship programs in providing advocacy as well as implementation of integrated health services.

We welcome groups of students as well as individual students who will be made very welcome at this event. If the students are interested, please register to

Please share the attached leaflet to your students and don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any further questions.

We look forward to receiving your students' application.

Best regards,


International Relations Office (IRO)
Faculty of Medicine, Public Health and Nursing Universitas Gadjah Mada
Jalan Farmako Sekip, Yogyakarta 55281
Phone: +62 274 560300#115
Fax : + 62 274 581876

JLU Virtual International Programme (VIP) - Winter Semester 2023/24

Dear partners, colleagues and friends,

Greetings from Justus Liebig University Giessen (JLU) – we hope this e-mail finds you well.

We would like to take this opportunity to give you an update on the Virtual International Programme of JLU. In the last few weeks, there have been changes to the course catalogue offered for the winter semester 2023/24. A total of 8 specialized courses have been added, which will be taught in Spanish and English. To give interested students the opportunity to apply for the virtual exchange programme, we have decided to extend the application deadline until 14 August.

In addition to 53 specialized courses from all our faculties, VIP offers exclusive places in 5 German language courses from beginner to advanced level. For further information about the course offer and the application process, please visit our Digital Campus.

Attached you´ll find the updated programme flyer with all courses and here is also an overview of the added courses:


Course Title

Language of Instruction

collaborative (joint teaching with PartnerU)


Teorías Contemporáneas de la Justicia



Justicia Transicional, Género y Construcción de Paz



Sustainable Development



Faculty of Language, Literature, Culture

Introduction to Gender and Sexuality, to Race and Anti-Racism, to Decolonial Thought, and Disability



Otros “otros” re-escribiendo el Imperio en perspectiva transatlántica



Faculty of Agricultural Sciences, Nutritional Sciences and Evironmental Management

Transdisciplinary Sustainability Research



Global Food Markets


Faculty of Medicine

Emergency Medicine and Traumatology



We would highly appreciate if you disseminate the Virtual International Programme broadly among your campus community and will be happy to answer any questions.

Best regards from Giessen and please stay safe,

Anne Landsiedel


Dear colleagues,

Greetings from Justus Liebig University Giessen (JLU) – we hope this e-mail finds all of you well.

We are pleased to share with you the course catalogue on JLU’s Virtual International Programme (VIP) for winter semester 2023/24. We would love to have students from your institutions, our valued partner universities, join this program, so feel free to share this information with students interested in a virtual exchange experience at JLU starting this October.

VIP is a permanent offer of JLU’s cooperation activities and addresses international students interested in a virtual exchange experience to complement their studies in their home countries. For participating in the programme, students do not pay any registration, enrolment or credit fees to JLU. Students can apply directly online, we do not ask for official nominations beforehand.

See all information about the programme below and attached and please do let us know if we can support your students during the process in any way.

Students get to choose one to six seminars from a varied study catalogue taught completely online. This offer includes 45 online courses from all 11 faculties of JLU at undergraduate and graduate level. As the offer is part of the regular JLU curriculum, international students enrolled will benefit from an international learning environment.

In addition to specialized courses, VIP offers exclusive places in 5 German language courses from beginner to advanced level. Upon successful completion of the virtual exchange semester, international students will receive an official Transcript of Records with credit points from JLU. Participation in the VIP is free of charge for students from our partner universities.

Students are able to apply for the programme up to 31st July 2023. We will also have an online question time on 20th July 2023 at 2pm (CEST) where students can ask questions regarding the application process or the programme in general (see flyer attached).The winter semester starts on 9th October 2023 with our online Orientation Week for all international students (OWIS). For further information about the course offer and the application process, please visit our Digital Campus.

 Please contact our Mobility Team for inquiries about the programme, the course selection or the application process:

Justus Liebig University Giessen
International Office
Mobility Team
Tel.: +49 641-99 12131/32

Best regards from Giessen and please stay safe,

Mobility Team

MarburgOnline:Virtual Exchange - MO:VE

Dear partners,

Greetings from Marburg!

Today we would like to let you know that our program “MarburgOnline: VirtualExchange - MO:VE” will be offered again in the next semester (winter term, classes starting mid-October).

MO:VE is a great opportunity to take courses at Philipps-Universität Marburg and improve intercultural competences without the need to go abroad.

Participants can

  • Take online-classes in various subjects
  • Attend our virtual Orientation Program for international students
  • Take online German language classes
  • Get credits and a Transcript of Records
  • Work with German and international students

 MO:VE is free of charge for partner universities.

 The program in a nutshell:

October – February (4 months)

What’s it all about?
Subject courses from Marburg semester catalogue (in English or German), German Language Courses

Target audience
Students of all subjects (Fluency in German is no prerequisite for many courses; some classes are taught in English.)

Registration deadline: September 19, 2023

Website and Registration Link:

Contact information:

If you find our offer a possible fit for some of your students, we would love them to join in!

Thank you for your time as well as for your questions and comments.

Best regards,


Rebecca Schaffeld
Philipps-Universität Marburg
Internationale Angelegenheiten und Familienservice/International Office and Family Services
Internationale Sonderprogramme/ International Special Programs
Campus Firmanei F ǀ 05
Deutschhausstr. 11+13
Zimmer/room 02.0150
D-35037 Marburg

Phone: +49 (0) 6421-28 26 268
Fax: +49 (0) 6421-28 28 998

Internships Abroad

If you decide to do your internship abroad:

you will need to arrange for an "Agreement on the Provision of a Student Internship" to be signed by the respective hospital/medical facility, where you are looking to do your internship.

This agreement is concluded between
- the faculty
- the hospital and
- the student

E-mail or for a scanned copy of this contract already signed by the Vice-Dean, fill out your personal details, sign it, scan it, and send it to the hospital, where you are arranging your internship.
Make sure the Study Department receives a copy signed by the hospital BEFORE the start of your internship.

Once you complete your internship, make sure you get a certificate, confirming the completion of such internship. You can either use our Certificate of Internship, or have the hospital issue their own certificate, provided that the same information as stated on the Certificate of Internship is included.

Should a respective department from the Faculty Hospital in Olomouc require for you to apply for an internship abroad, you can use this Application for Internship Abroad.

Financial Contribution from the Faculty

If your internship (training) outside the Czech Republic lasts at least 30 days (without interruption), you may utilise a financial contribution from the faculty, amounting up to EUR 1,000. The contribution will be awarded based on your CGPA for the last academic year as follows:

  • CGPA 1.0   - 1.50 - EUR 1,000
  • CGPA 1.51 - 2.30 - EUR 500
  • CGPA 2.31 and above - EUR 250

Only internships, which are required by the curriculum can be considered for the contribution (e.g. 19-days selected medical speciality and 2 weeks Ob-Gyn training or 3 weeks dentistry training aftern the 4th year with a need to extend it a bit to have 30 consecutive days).

The contribution will be paid out upon completion of your internship. The contribution can only be paid to those who still study or who completed studies in the academic year in which the payment is sent.

Please note that this amount will only be paid out once during the entire time of your studies.

Applications for the contribution must be submitted to the Study Department by 9th October 2023.

Applications have to include:

  • cover letter (filled out and signed)
  • hard copy/copies (in original, signed and stamped) of the contract/s (i.e. Agreement on the Provision of a Student Internship)
  • hard copy/copies (in original, signed and stamped) of the cerfificate/s confirming the completion of the internship/s

Strictly only applications that satisfy the criteria above will be accepted.
If your application is submitted incomplete, i.e. if any documents are missing, they are not original copies or if they are not signed and stamped as required, it will not be considered and the financial contribution will not be paid out.

4th / 5th year classes completed abroad

The faculty is offering the option of completing semesters from your fourth and fifth year classes at a teaching hospital abroad under the following conditions

  • You must complete a minimum of 10 weeks, but ideally the full semester
  • Expect that you will only take classes in the hospital, but will be examined by Palacký University teachers
  • The following courses cannot be taken abroad: Basic of Digital Medicine; Emeregency Medicine; Acute Conditions in Medicine.

Documents required prior to starting your internships:

  • An email consent from all the course guarantors, that you can arrange the particular course at a foreign teaching hospital (if you are a group of students please chose a representative and address the guarantors on behalf of the group).
  • An agreement signed between the hospital, the faculty and the student - one signed copy should be received by each party
  • A training agreement listing all courses that are to be completed (syllabi will also be attached). See the sample agreement if you are not sure how to fill it out.


Documents required after completing your training:

  • Traineeship completion certificate – will provide overall assessment of your performance during your training at the given hospital
  • Internship record – a day by day record of your activities and procedures observed and carried out. The document is to be submitted per each individual subject you take. The signature of the tutor has to be on a day by day basis as well, not just one signature for the whole duration.

Provided that minimum 10 weeks are completed at the contractual teaching hospital within the given semester and all above mentioned paperwork was submitted as required, you can apply for a financial contribution towards your semester abroad. The contribution can be awarded twice during the course of your studies. The amount received will be calculated on the basis of your CGPA for all completed years so far as follows:

CGPA 1.00 – 1.60 – EUR 2,000
CGPA 1.61 – 2.50 – EUR 1,000
CGPA over 2.51 – no contribution

Your application has to include:

Your application will only be accepted AFTER your training is completed, not before.

Deadlines for submitting your application:

Winter semester 2022/2023 completed abroad – apply by February 28, 2023

Summer semester 2022/2023 completed abroad – apply by August 31, 2023

PhD position offer at University of Würzburg

Dear Partners,

Please find attached a PhD position offer from the University of Würzburg funded by a scholarship for the duration of three years.

The offer is open for stundents from the subject areas of biology, biochemistry, medicine and verterinary medicine.

Best wishes from Würzburg,

Service Centre International Affairs
JMU Würzburg
Josef-Martin-Weg 54/1+2, 97074 Würzburg

Fax: +49 (0)931 31-82603
Facebook: International Office - University of Wuerzburg

We would like to draw your attention to the platform for searching  funding opportunities and scholarships It covers scholarships but also all other types of funding that could be applied for to finance your own studies. With more than 12,000 funding opportunities and 28 filter criteria, European Funding Guide is the largest study funding portal within the EU.

Student Affairs Office

Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry, Palacký University Olomouc
Dean's Office
Hněvotínská 3
779 00 Olomouc

Office Hours:
MON and THU: 8.00-11.00 and 13.00-16.00

Ing. Petra Nakládalová 
International Relations, Section for Accreditations 
+420 585 632 015 


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