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  April 04
- 07, 2019


Thursday, April 4, 2019
 
 12:00 - Registrations
13:00 - Lunch
14:30 - Koordinators meeating
 
15:00 - Introducing and getting to know the schools
Moderators: Aleksandra Vidoša i Miroslava Kičić
15:00 - Medical School Split
15:05 - Secondary Medical School Slavonski Brod
15:10 - Medical School Pula
15:15 - Medical School, Šibenik
15:20 - Secondary School Pakrac
15:25 - Medical School Varaždin
15:30 - Secondary School Dalj
15:40 - Medical School Beograd
15:45 - School for Nursis Vinogradska, Zagreb
15:50 - Naval School Zadar
15:55 - Secondary School Čakovec
16:00 - Secondary School „Sveti Sava“ Beograd
16:05 - Medical School Bjelovar
16:10 - Medical School Ante Kuzmanića Zadar
16:15 - Secondary School u Maruševcu
16:25 - Secondary School Koprivnica
16:30 - Medical School Dubrovnik
16:35 - Dental Technical School Sarajevo
16:40 - Secondary School „Braće Radić“ Kaštel Štafilić
16:50 - Medical School u Rijeci
16:55 - Secondary School Pregrada
17:00   Secondary Medical and Cosmetology School Maribor
17:05 - School of Contemporary Dance Ane Maletić Zagreb
17:10 - Tourist Catering School Šibenik
17:20 - Secondary School Bedekovčina
17:25 - Medical School „Draginja Nikšić“ - Sremska Mitrovica
17:30 - Secondary School Dugo Selo
17:40 - Pharm&Physioth School Beograd i Dental Technical Beograd
17:45 - School for Nursis Mlinarska
17:50 - School for Nursis Vrapče
17:55 - Medical and Veterinar School Dr. Andrije Štampara Vinkovci
18:00 - Medio - medica project
         
     
19:00 -
 
Opening Ceremony of the 12th Reiew „Days of E-medica 2019"
  - Edin Kadić, project leader E-medica
  - Zlatica Šimunović (E-medica): Joint student projects
  - Verica Elveđi (E-medica): Reiew „Days of E-medica"
  - Natalija Šnidarić (E-medica): Students exchange
  - Davor Vidaković, Medical School Ante Kuzmanića Zadar
  - Asja Jelaković, Association of Headmasters of Medical Schools of RH
  - Vasja Čretnik, Terme Tuhelj
  - Barbara Kolarek, Croatian Academic and Research Network - CARNET
  - Antonela Czwyk Marić, Agency for Education and Teacher Training
  - Vesna Anđelić, Agency for Vocational Education and Adult Education
  - Jasna Petek, Krapinsko-zagorska County
  - Vesna Hrvoj-Šic, Ministry of Science and Education
  - Bernard Gršić, Envoy of the President of the Republic of Croatia
 
 

 
- From 8:30 pm to 9:30 pm the agreement of the coordinators (project manager) of the student projects with the technical support of the Fair on the requirements, replacement and preparation of presentations for Friday, April 5, 2019.
- Familiarity with the Code of
Ethics of the Review
- Agreement on "stands" and posters Verica Elveji (verica-elvedji@medskolazd.hr).
- Arrangement of sports teams on organization, dates of sports competitions and entertainment (Aleksandra Acalin: aleksandra.acalin@skole.hr and Luka Plazina luka.plazina@skole.hr).
- The quizzes are led by Krešimir Škugor, and all information will be available at the
Info desk of the Festival.
- Sports, quiz and entertainment applications and announcements will be posted on the
Info desk of the Festival.

 
      21:30 - Dinner

      21:30 - 00:00 - Socializing
  - The pool is open until 00:00

 
Friday, April 5, 2019

      09:30 -  Study trip to Krapinske Toplice (hospitals and ranch Vrbanc) (reported)
   
  Presentations of joint students projects:
Moderators:  Marin Perinić i Sanja Benazić Kliba
 
09:00 - „Glyphosate, Health At Stake" - Medical School Varaždin, School for Nursis Mlinarska, Secondary School Braća Radić Kaštel Štafilić
09:15 - „Autistic Spectrum Disorders" - Medical School Šibenik, Medical School Pula i Srednja stručna škola Miloš Crnjanski, Kikinda
09:30 - „Rare Diseases 2" - Medical School Ante Kuzmanića Zadar, Srednja in kozmetična šola Maribor, Medical School Pula i Secondary Medical School Jezero Sarajevo
09:45 - „Body Mass Index of High School Students - 2" - Medical School Šibenik, Turističko-ugostiteljska škola Šibenik i Pomorska škola Zadar
10:00 - „Vaccination – Yes Or No" - Medical School Ante Kuzmanića Zadar, Medical School Dubrovnik, Medical School Šibenik, Zubotehnička škola Beograd
10:15 - „We Eat (No) Healthy At School" - Medical School Dubrovnik, Srednja zubotehnička škola Sarajevo
10:30 - „Adolescent Hypertension“ - Medical School Bjelovar, Secondary Medical School Jezero Sarajevo, Medical School Split

10:45
- BREAK  (Shooting jointly - Atrij of hotel "Well")
 
Moderators:   Marina Šoštarić i Nikolina Zaplatić Degač
 
11:15 - „What Brain Knows About Dancing?- School for Nursis Vrapče, Škola suvremenog plesa Ane Maletić, Secondary School Koprivnica, School for Nursis Mlinarska
11:30 - „Our Heartbeats" - Medical School Split i Medical School u Rijeci
11:45 - „Life path of one (NON) addict“ - Secondary School Pregrada, Secondary School Čakovec, Secondary School Viktorovac, Sisak
12:00 - „Infection With Communication" - Medical School Dubrovnik, Medical School Šibenik, Medical School Pula
12:15 - „Combustion Syndrome At Work“ - Medical School Šibenik, Zubotehnička škola Beograd, Farmaceutsko-fizioterapeutska škola Beograd i Medical School Ante Kuzmanića Zadar
12:30 - „Life With Crohn's Disease" - Medical School Ante Kuzmanića Zadar, Srednja in kozmetična šola Maribor, Zubotehnička škola Beograd, Secondary School u Maruševcu s pravom javnosti i Medical School Pula
12:45 - „Biological Terrorism“ - Medical School Šibenik i Medical School Ante Kuzmanića Zadar
 
13:0
0 - Lunch break
 

  Professional lectures for teachers (Kongres holl of Hotela "WELL")
 
- This block presentation takes place in parallel with student workshops and sporting events

Moderator:  Verica Elveđi i Đurđica Stanešić
15:00 -

Tomislav Negulić, CARNET: „Edukacijske tehnologije i alati u obrazovanju”

    In today's world of formal and non-formal education, technology has come a long way. Through devices, systems, applications and content. What actually makes sense in the story and what doesn't. Where is the line that should not be crossed. And where we are and what we can do with what we have.

15:45 -

Marija Jurišić Šarlija, Medical School Split: Tehnike podučavanja i digitalna tehnologija“

   The contemporary teacher adapts teaching styles to the needs of students. It is necessary to take into account the specific situation in the classroom, to appreciate the differences between the students and to strive to optimally develop the students' abilities. The teaching process should provide more than just information and for this purpose all students in the class, especially students with learning disabilities, need to be activated. Using different teaching techniques, students can develop generic competences, create an atmosphere of equality and belonging. In this way, we realize the inclusion of less active students, such as those most often students with dyslexia, dyscalculia, dysgraphia and ADHD. The combination of teaching techniques with Padlet contributes to an easier learning outcome. This method of teaching is applicable to students and to almost all subjects. Students can create mental folders, group images, concepts, formulas and complete a KWL table using Padlet. Teacher-student communication difficulties are reduced by the use of this tool, as the student can express his or her opinions anonymously. The teacher thus reveals misconceptions in the students (think-write-share) and together with the whole class the correct conclusions are reached. Many interactive quizzes contribute to the dynamics of teaching. Compared to other quizzes, students with learning disabilities get better results with Quizizz because they can handle tasks at their own pace. The contemporary teacher must reach out to all students in the class, from the gifted to the students with special educational needs. The achievement of this goal is enabled by the use of different teaching techniques with the use of appropriate modern technology.

16:15 -

Ana Tidlačko, Ivan Vučetić i Vesna Božić, Secondary School Pakrac: „Razvoj učeničkih potencijala kroz volontiranje“

   Volunteering is the use of free time of knowledge, skills and effort for the benefit of another person without asking for any compensation. As the need for palliative care emerged in our city and there was no organization or health care system, a group of enthusiasts gathered to try to provide quality palliative care through the LiPa Palliative Team. In addition to nurses, LiP's palliative team consists of physicians, psychologists, social workers, physical therapists, priests and young volunteers - students of the medical and physiotherapy classes at Pakrac High School “Ambassadors of Charity”.
As a school, we participated in the EU project "School Volunteers" and through it introduced a model of how to train and direct a student to volunteer. In this way we want to encourage students to make good use of their free time. All students are made aware of the possibility of volunteering through class hours, parents are informed at parent meetings, and the teacher council is also informed. When students arrive, they have a conversation about motivation and a brief psychological test. After that, everyone is trained in communication, volunteering and going to the sick home. We have the advantage of being medical students so education in health care is not required. In the community we act by conducting various preventive actions measuring blood pressure, determining blood sugar levels, conducting hygiene of immobile patients, dressing wounds, walking patients, reading stories, going to the store, doctor; we spend time with the sick and shorten their difficult days.

16:45 - BREAK
17:15 -

Antonela Czwyk Marić, AZOO - Podružnica Split: „Anatomija učiteljskog poziva“

   The job of a teacher is complex and responsible and requires full engagement in the preparation of teaching contents, forms and ways of working during and outside the classroom, solving numerous daily tasks and challenges in working with students, as well as continuous reflection on the quality of the teaching process, improving relationships with students and with associates. In this presentation, we will try to bring together the importance of professional development of teaching skills in various fields that should enable success and satisfaction of all stakeholders in the educational process. We will endeavor to anatomically describe individual segments of the teacher's work and make recommendations for a healthy classroom climate.

17:45 -

Đurđica Stanešić, School for Nursis Mlinarska: „Worldskill, Euroskill i Worldskill Croatia - novi model natjecanja učenika strukovnih škola“

  The activities of the various professions are characterized by a number of risk factors for the development of work-related illnesses. Healthcare workers are exposed to a variety of harms, ranging from basic such as chemical and biological agents to modern ones that are associated with workplace stress. Nurses, as the largest profession within the healthcare system, are particularly vulnerable to work-related illnesses, and are particularly burdened with shift work, gender, physical demands, coping with death, under-training in the face of increasing demands, subordination and other hazards. Nurses are not sufficiently aware of the potential adverse factors they encounter at work. This applies primarily to young members of the profession who, through their education, have not acquired specific knowledge about occupational safety in the professional circulation of nurses. The aim of this paper is to present the results of the research on the knowledge and attitudes of the students of the final grades of medical school about work in a safe way with the aim of preserving their own health. The survey was conducted in May 2016, with 103 students from the 5th Grade School of the Nursing Mill participating. Based on the survey, it can be established that students have positive attitudes towards adopting work-related content in a safe way. Also, students have certain skills that are designed to protect against work-related illnesses, however they do not cognitively link the reasons for these skills, as deficiencies in knowledge about the factors that lead to such illnesses are evident.

18:15 -

Sandra Samošćanec, School for Nursis Mlinarska: „Projekt od A do Z“

  According to reports from the past E-medica Days, there are projects with a minimum of collaboration and low student engagement. The lack or lack of co-operation certainly stems from the difficulties each team faces when it comes to achieving their goals. Sometimes these difficulties are difficult to overcome. Poor student engagement depends on a number of influences, but also on the team members themselves.
   The aim of this lecture is to show how my team in practice overcame the obstacles that are now left behind us, and how students themselves found a way out when there was "no door". The problems that the teams face year after year are distance, lack of finances, unavailability of resources and many others. These same problems plagued us. As there are solutions for seemingly impossible missions, so we were together, though not everyone could come to the same location. We saw some of the attendees even though they did not have access to the technique to hold the video conference. In planning, one method was conceived, and students found another to achieve the goal.
   A project is a day-to-day process, adapting, upgrading, growing. Everyone who works on the project gets to know it, mature it, and learn it. Well-done procedures produce the desired result. The goal achieved is to validate every project, but the satisfaction of the team members is the crown of everything.

     
15:00 - SPORT I REKREACIJA 
(Moderators: Aleksandra Acalin i Luka Plazina ...)
    Sportska natjecanja (odbojka, graničar, Mala olimpijada…)
Točan raspored događanja ovisi o broju ekipa i bit će izvješen na OGLASNOJ PLOČI

   17,00-18,00 - Plesna radionica: Što mozak zna o plesu? (voditelj Petra Šimunić)

   19:00 -
Večera

    - Od 20:00 do 21:00 sati dogovor koordinatora (voditelja) učeničkih projekata sa tehničkom podrškom Smotre o zahtjevima, zamjeni i pripremi prezentacija za subotu, 06. travnja 2019.

    21:00 - KVIZ za učenike (ekipe će se formirati prije, u popodnevnim satima)
    22
:00 - Zajedničko druženje - (moguće Karaoke)
  - Bazen radi do 02:00 sata

 

Saturday, April 6, 2019


 


Presentations of joint students projects:
 

Moderators:  Sanja Perić i Jelena Lučan
09:00 - „Life With Hemodialysis" - Secondary School Pakrac, Medical School „Draginja Nikšić“ Sremska Mitrovica, Pomorska škola Zadar, Srednja stručna škola Miloš Crnjanski, Kikinda i Secondary School Dalj
09:15 - „Balans - Platform of Life" - Medical School Šibenik, Secondary School Pakrac
09:30 - „Innovative Therapies In Cancer Treatment" - School for Nursis Vrapče, School for Nursis Mlinarska, Medical School Split i Farmaceutsko-fizioterapeutska škola Beograd
09:45 - „One Day Without Mobile Phone" - School for Nursis Mlinarska, School for Nursis Vrapče, Secondary School Dugo Selo i Medical School Šibenik
10:00 - „Tradition Which Heals" - Medical School Ante Kuzmanića Zadar, Secondary School Braća Radić Kaštel Štafilić i Medical School Split
10:15 - „Organ Trafficking" - Secondary School Čakovec, Secondary School Pregrada i Medical School Šibenik
10:30 - „Squeeze Or Show Your Teeth" - School for Nursis Vrapče, Secondary Medical School Slavonski Brod, Zubotehnička škola Sarajevo, Zubotehnička škola Beograd i Secondary School Dugo Selo

10:45
- BREAK
 
Moderators:  Rafaela Božić i Sandra Samošćanec
 11:15 - „Therapeutic Dogs" - School for Nursis Vrapče, Secondary School Braća Radić Kaštel Štafilić, Medical School Ante Kuzmanića Zadar
11:30 - „Rhythm With A Horse" - Secondary School Čakovec, Secondary School Viktorovac, Sisak
 11:45 - „To Health On Two Wheels" - Secondary School Viktorovac i Medical School Bjelovar
 12:00 - „Creative Learning" - Medical School Pula, Srednja zdravstvena in kemijska šola Novo mesto, Medical School Beograd, Medical School Split
 12:15 - „Yoga In Service of Health and Satisfaction" - Secondary School Viktorovac Sisak, Secondary School Čakovec i Medical School Bjelovar
 12:30 - „Storytelling As A Cure" - Škola za primalje Zagreb i Medical School Split
 12:45 - „Medicine Through Literature“ - School for Nursis Mlinarska, Medical School „Draginje Nikšić“ Sremska Mitrovica, Secondary School Bedekovčina i Medical School Ante Kuzmanića Zadar
 
13:00 - Lunch break
 

  Professional lectures for teachers (Kongres holl of Hotela "WELL")
 
- This block presentation takes place in parallel with student workshops and sporting events

Moderator:  Verica Elveđi i Antonela Czwyk Marić
15:00 -

Antonela Czwyk Marić, AZOO - Podružnica Split: „Digitalni alati i aplikacije za učenje anatomije” (radionica)

    At the workshop, teachers will be introduced to several of the most used and useful anatomy learning applications available today for use on smartphones, are free, easy to use, and accessible to students who can use them while teaching new content and at home for learning and practicing anatomy as a basic knowledge of the health profession. The workshop is based on the BYOD principle, so we ask participants to bring their smartphones, tablets, laptops to try out some of the suggested tools on their own.

15:45 -

Aleksandra Vidoša i Irena Crkvenac, School for Nursis Vrapče: Primjena plana stjecanja kompetencija - primjer dobre prakse“

   Training hours in general nursing training cover 4,600 hours of theoretical and clinical training, accounting for at least one third of the theoretical part and at least one half of the minimum duration of clinical training (Article 31 (3) of Directive 2005/36 / EC) . Work is still being done to optimize the schedule in accordance with the school's development plan and capabilities, and in the interests of the students, to achieve competences in the best possible way, with possible burdens.
The national curriculum framework clearly defines and directs the development of competences as interconnected sets of knowledge, skills and attitudes that are a prerequisite for successful learning, work and life in the 21st century. The absenteeism protocol was promoted through the development of a competency acquisition plan, which proved to be very useful. It was individually approached and planned in collaboration with the student based on missed competencies.
This is considered to be an opportunity for us, in collaboration with the students, to design a model by which they can achieve the intended outcomes, of course if they show interest and make sufficient effort.

16:15 -

Ivica Matić, School for Nursis Mlinarska: Priznavanje ishoda učenja stečenih tijekom međunarodne mobilnosti“

    International mobility, as a set of activities aimed at acquiring new and expanding acquired knowledge and skills, is increasingly becoming part of the educational context in the Republic of Croatia. This is primarily due to its membership in the European Union, which has opened up access to a number of education and training programs, most notably Erasmus +.
Evaluating and evaluating participants' learning outcomes is one of the most important activities in the Erasmus + project process. It should be consistent with the duration of the mobility and the learning outcomes that are being acquired, as well as the policies of the participating institutions.
A European Credit System for Vocational Education and Training (ECVET) has been developed to allow recognition of the achievements of trainees acquired during the mobility period. This mobility and recognition tool builds on concepts and processes that are systematically applied to establish a common and understandable language designed to transmit and recognize learning outcomes transparently.
For five years, the School of Nursing Mlinarska has continuously implemented the mobility of its students through Erasmus + projects. In recognizing the mobility period as an integral part of the learner's education process, the School uses the ECVET instrument and all its benefits such as enhancing the school's reputation, enhancing student competitiveness, recognizing the achievements gained during mobility and increasing the transparency of qualifications.

16:45 - BREAK
17:15 -

Ljiljana Grginović i Verica Elveđi, Medical School Ante Kuzmanića Zadar: Projektna nastava

   Accelerated lifestyles, the availability of information through various media and social networks, and different interests of the younger population require a different approach to teaching in which the student will be actively involved in creating teaching content and teaching methods. The student is no longer satisfied with the already seen teaching methods and asks the teacher for different and more interesting content and organization of the lesson. By applying project-based teaching in the regular educational cycle, we enable students to learn by living teaching content. Involving the student in active learning processes enables him / her to choose the teaching content himself / herself, to determine the goal he / she wants to achieve, to create activities that will lead him / her to the goal, and consequently the desired learning outcomes, and evaluation of the achieved results. Project teaching proved to be very effective in implementing the curriculum in Health Education Methodology. The aim of this paper is to show the positive effects on the acquisition of teaching content in the Methodology of Health Education through the application of project teaching in the fifth grade, the direction of nurse general direction.

17:45 -

Renata Bule, Medical School Pula: Zdravstvena pismenost za samostalan život“

   The problem of insufficient health literacy is a problem at the local, regional and national as well as global level. All this results in a heavy burden on the health care system, large financial expenditures and for more developed countries than Croatia.
The Health Literacy for Independent Living project envisages a systematic approach to addressing this issue.
Developing a new subject curriculum involving students from partner countries and developing collaborative learning and language competences would improve existing vocational skills and knowledge and acquire new skills necessary for health education.
The professional competencies of the students of the orientation nurse / general care nurse and physiotherapy technician in the sense of health education are used exclusively for curative and almost never for preventive purposes.
Through transnational mobility, students will be introduced to new health systems as part of their project activities, apply curriculum development skills, and utilize health literacy skills from an early age. It is planned that students will be educated at the Primary School in Pula and the Roma kindergarten in Pula for 74 hours, under the mentorship of teachers and doctor ZZJZIŽ strategic partners of the project.
The aim of the project is to acquire new skills of students, to develop a new curriculum that will systematically solve the problems of health literacy of the population, all for the purpose of using and knowing the services of the health system and better managing the individual in the health system.
Project teaching and active involvement of students in the creation of the teaching process would result in greater competitiveness in the labor market, greater involvement of students in local and regional government units as well as better competences. Students would develop collaborative learning through transnational mobility and improve language competences.
The establishment of portals and communicators envisaged by the project is expected to further improve students' competences and knowledge.
The planned duration of the project is 12 months, with further implementation of project activities and creation of new stakeholders.

18:15 -

Mirhada Šehić, Medical School Pula: Starost nije bauk“

   The project provided students with a Nursing / General Nursing and Physiotherapy Technician / Physiotherapy Technician opportunity to gain skills and knowledge in working with retirement home users and seniors who are not in residential care but who reside in their homes or apartments are the older population which is one of the most vulnerable population groups. Through two weeks of work in retirement homes and senior citizens' reference centers in Ireland, 45 pupils, accompanied by 5 teachers, have been given the opportunity to apply and improve their skills through secondary education in a foreign environment and to acquire the relevant competences to become more competitive in Europe after graduating from high school. to educate others and become a good example of how we can create an active and healthy older population in the future by acting and teaching properly. The project has been running for two years, during which time we have included a large number of students from multiple classes of Nursing / General Nursing and Physiotherapy Technician / Physiotherapy Technician, thereby obtaining the sustainability of the project itself, which aims to care for a specific group of patients. that is, the population and all of us who are stakeholders in this project.
This form of mobility provided students with the opportunity to further their already acquired vocational knowledge and acquire new ones in the form of specialist, psychological and social education in order to internationalize them in further work.
Through residency in Ireland and work in retirement homes, students have acquired new skills while also improving their communication skills in English and meeting the host country's culture. They learned about new technologies and modern methods of work, various activities being carried out in reference centers and nursing homes in Ireland, which they do not have the opportunity to see in Croatia.
The students recognized the importance of the values ​​of European citizenship, such as tolerance, acceptance of diversity, mutual understanding and cooperation.

     
15:00

 

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SPORT I REKREACIJA 
(Moderators: Aleksandra Acalin i Luka Plazina ...)
Točan raspored događanja ovisi o broju prijavljenih ekipa i bit će izvješen na oglasnoj ploči.
   17:00-18:00 - Pričaonica: Priča kao lijek - (Maja Feil Ostojić s učenicima i suradnicima)
   18:00-19:00 - Sat Yoge (Secondary School Viktorovac)


     19
:00 -  Zajednička večera

 
    21:00 - KVIZ učenika i mentora (mješovite ekipe)
     20:00 - 02:00 - Noćno kupanje uz glazbu

 

Sunday, April 7, 2019

Moderators:  Edin KadićZlatica Šimunović
10:00 - Najava novih projekata za 13. Smotru „Dani E-medica 2020."
11:30 - Proglašenje Najboljeg učeničkog rada 12. Smotre „Dani E-medica 2019.“
Dalibor Sumpor
, Agencija za strukovno obrazovanje i obrazovanje odraslih
  - Proglašenje Najbolje učeničke prezentacije 12. Smotre „Dani E-medica 2019.“
Dalibor Sumpor
, Agencija za strukovno obrazovanje i obrazovanje odraslih
  - Dodjela medalja pobjednicima sportskih natjecanja i kvizova (A. Acalin, L. Plazina i K. Škugor)
  - Podjela potvrdnica školama sudionicama 12. Smotre „Dani E-medica 2019."
     
12:00 - Završetak 12. Smotre „Dani E-medica 2019."

    
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