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Sharing in the "Harmful if coffee's health?" and a visit to Bjelovar  Sharing in the "Harmful if coffee's health?" and a visit to Bjelovar Minimize

  Bjelovar - february 02, 2016

 

The exchange of students in the project "Harmful if coffee's health?"
 

      Following the appointment of the encounter between the Secondary School Pakrac and Secondary Medical School Bjelovar regarding the project "Harmful if coffee's health?", Participants in the Tuesday, February 2 2016, met in Medical School in Bjelovar.
  From Secondary School Pakrac in the exchange was open to students: Lucia Jurkovic (4b), Barbara Grcic (4b) and Ante Čuljak (4b), and accompanied by their mentor Professor: Diana Štampf and Anne Tidlačko. They are diligently working on the project, which are the leaders.
   From Medical School Bjelovar attendees were students who also work on the project and to Joseph Tutić (4b) and Marina Tasic (4b), accompanied by Zeljka Holjević mentor, prof.
   After getting to know the students are thoroughly passed by materials that individual schools do, but high school students Pakrac all previously merged into one product or presentation. Participants in the project have agreed to minor changes under the watchful eye and advice of his mentor.
   After the agreed exchange students are trained exposure presentations for the upcoming "Days of E-medica".
  After the official part of the meeting which ended around 12.30. The hosts guests spent through their school. They met them with the school director, professional services, and show them the specialized cabinets that are made from the exercise of certain medical professions.

The report written by
Željka Holjević    


    
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