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How To See That A Person Is Lying
Project of Medical School Bjelovar

    Participating Schools:  1. Medical School Bjelovar
2. Nursing School Jezero – Sarajevo
Date:  May 30th 2019
Project Leaders (e-mail):  1. Tina Jelić Balta (tina.jelic-balta@skole.hr) Medical School Bjelovar
2. Elisa Vreto
, (elisa.vreto@smsjezero.edu.ba) Nursing School Jezero – Sarajevo
Coordinators name and surname (e-mail):  1. Marina Rajn (marina.sostaric@gmail.com) Medical School Bjelovar
2. Azra Gec
(azra.gec@smsjezero.edu.ba) Nursing School Jezero – Sarajevo
Leader School:  Medical School Bjelovar
1. Nikola Huzjak, Medical School Bjelovar
2. Tin Migač
, Medical School Bjelovar
3. Emrah Skopek
, Nursing School Jezero – Sarajevo
4. Muhidin Selimović
, Nursing School Jezero – Sarajevo
Target Group: 
Future nurses in training
Project Objectives: 
Determine knowledge of targeted group on the field of lie recognision
Introduce the targeted group with basic body language terms.
Introduce the targeted group with signs that tell lies
Introudce the targeted group with the ways to apply newly learned skills

We'll see based on professional literature which terms does targeted targeted group understand on topic of body language interpretation and ability to recognise emotions
Teach the targeted group how to comprehend newly learned skill
To learn the targeted group how to apply learned skills and use them to connect truths and lies
Conduct a research in participating schools to determine the knowledge on the given subject
To put the given subject into the school curicculum

Collaborators:  Mentors and students with schools that train medicine practice and other non medicine fields
Place of implementation:  In the participant schools and local healthcare facilities
Duration (phases):  From june 2019th to april 2020th
Phase 1 (June, September 2019th.) Project plannning and preparation
Phase 2 (October, November 2019th.) questionere preparation (exchange/video confernce).
Phase 3 (December, January 2020th.) Conducting the questionere.
Phase 4 ( February, March 2020th) analyzing questinere data, preparation and assigning roles for a mutual presentation (second exchange/video conferernce)
Phase 5 (April. 2020th.) Preparation for 13th ”E medica” lecture.
Expected Results:  We expect for this project to raise awarness for recognising body language, seeing through lies and improve personal inter-people communication.
Risk Factors:

Nurses being uncooperative and unlikely financial aid.

Synopsis of project "How To See That A Person Is Lying"  Synopsis of project "How To See That A Person Is Lying" Minimize

   Main goal of this project is to introduce upcoming health workers with basic uses and terminology of body language, how to they connect with lying and how to use them in every day life, ultimately in a work enviroment.
This project will give enough knowledgeto the targeted group which will use these aquired skill in future patient communication, it will enable them to see thourgh lies and learn about information that are crucial for patient health and also for patient care.

1. The project starts practically by determining the level of knowledge available to the target group (learners) on the topic of body language and the recognition of emotions through research.
2. The data obtained will be briefly exposed through the lecture
3. The final presentation formulated as a lecture platform for the 13th edition will include basic concepts of body language such as facial expressions and so called. micro-dreams, looks and specific actions on the hands, feet, shoulders, and heads that point to the emotion with which the person is facing will also be familiar with:
     • specifics of so-called. health behavior (white lie, denial, denial, etc.)
     • the way of human perception and how this perception can significantly influence the further behavior of the individual.
     • why and how individual emotions can affect behavior, change of character, and certain actions.
     • With new findings, you will be briefly explained how relevant these terms are, whether they are or are not always accurate, and how to determine if they are or not.
     • By making a conclusion when connecting multiple terms and believing when they do not coincide.
     • applying new knowledge.

   We'll conduct a research in form of a questionerewhich we will use to determine the level ofknowledge of students and professorsin recognising body language, emotions and how is that data crucialfor seeing truths and lies
   Given results students will analyze andexchange using information technology i and present on 13th Lecture „Days of E – Medica“ 2020, While presenting the given dataemphasis will be on informing the targeted group about body language and recognising emotion.
   We belive that the given subjectis complex andit contain many aspects of human and think that is of great for the population we're trying to educate. One of the foundation of our health systemis knowledge of psychologybecause without it patient carewould bi difficult and in some cases impossible. Psychology as a subject is not enoughand in most cases in patient care it's eminence based which has known to be wrong. This project has been intendet to improve patient care thorugh expanded knowledge of human psycohology and emotional recognision.

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