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Workshop "Roman medicine" and visit the exhibition of glass "Transparent Beauty" (September 17, 2013)  Workshop "Roman medicine" and visit the exhibition of glass "Transparent Beauty" (September 17, 2013) Minimize

 
Workshop "Roman medicine" and visit the exhibition of glass "Transparent beauty"

(Zagreb, September 17, 2013)
 

   Fifth exchange students of the School Of Midwifery and Public High School for Women - Sisters Of Charity Association on the "Antiques achievments in medicine" at the workshop "The Roman medicine" and visit the exhibition of glass "Transparent beauty".

   On Tuesday, September 17, 2013, students of Public High School for Women - Sisters Of Charity Association and Schools Of midwifery, Zagreb, with their mentors Irena Marija Vojvodić and Konstantina Božak were at the workshop "The Roman medicine" (Attachment 1) in the Archaeological Museum in Zagreb. Dr. archeology PhD Ivana Ožanić Roguljić sent them in an interactive lecture on Roman medicine and shared tasks. Many Saturdays a few girls will teach fifth grade elementary school on Roman medicine through several workshops. The main objective of the program is to transfer knowledge. This program will allow students of secondary schools to transfer their knowledge to a wider audience and so in an informal way to determine their knowledge and gain the ability better understanding of a historical period. We studied ancient surgical instruments, we could have them and feel.
   Finally we visited the exhibition of glass "Transparent beauty" in the Archaeological Museum. Exhibition "transparent beauty" was organized on the occasion of Croatian accession to the European Union. In this, a very large project involved almost all Croatian museums and the main organizers of the Archaeological Museum in Zagreb, Mimar Museum and the Museum of Arts and Crafts. We have experienced the beauty of glass and watched the different types of glassware, and the most we spent on glass objects from ancient times.
   (Attachment 1) - Read more about the program, "Roman Medicine":
   At the Institute of Archaeology of the program has been developed to popularize science Roman daily life within which during September and October workshops "Roman medicine." The program includes two levels of high school and primary school. Institute for some time working with the Public High School for Women - Sisters Of Charity Association within which pupils optional "Ancient group" led by Professor Irena Marija Vojvodić. To reach out to Roman times, held lectures and workshops on the subject of Roman daily life. This fall, developed workshops on Roman medicine as part of the E - medica (Head-supervised Irena Maria Vojvodić, mentor Konstantina Božak) and will be held together with the students of Public High School for Women - Sisters Of Charity Association and School Of Midwifery who are on the "Antiques achievments in medicine"  , in collaboration with the Archaeological Museum in Zagreb. Description of the "Roman Medicine": The first part of the program is designed for students of Public High School for Women - Sisters Of Charity Association and School Of Midwifery to receive the program E-medica. Interactive lectures, the students will work with Dr. Ivana Ožanić Roguljić, MSc Konstantina Božak, prof. and Irena Marija Vojvodić, prof. obtain basic information about Roman medicine and design as knowledge transferred to others especially the fifth grade when a part of the history of children treated intensively Roman period. As part of its program E-medica run by Professor Irena Marija Vojvodić and Konstantina Božak, the students visited the surgical hall Clinical Hospital and met with modern medical instruments. Female students made drawings and photographs of these instruments and compare them with the Roman. The second part of the program is open to the public adjusted primary school children - especially the fifth grade, when a part of the history of children treated intensively period dealt with just archeology. Pupils involved in the program will pass on their knowledge to the public through interactive workshops in the Archaeological Museum in Zagreb.

Author: Konstantina Božak

     

  
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