en-UShr-HR
Search
Tuesday, August 4, 2020 ..:: Students Projects » Projects in implementation! » "Our Angels" ::..   Login
Project of Secondary Medical School Split: "How Did "Our Angels" Worked And Who They Are"   Project of Secondary Medical School Split: "How Did "Our Angels" Worked And Who They Are" Minimize

 
How Did "Our Angels" Worked And Who They Are

 Project of Secondary Medical School Split
 

    Participating Schools:  1. Secondary Medical School Split
2. Medical school Bjelovar
3. Secondary School Čakovec
4. Gymnasium Sesvete
  
Date:  June 19th 2019
 
Project Leaders (e-mail):  1. Mira Talaja (mira.talaja@skole.hr), Secondary Medical School Split
2. Tina Jelić Balta
(tina.jelic.balta@gmail.com)  Medical school Bjelovar
3. Maja Ivanuša
(......), Secondary School Čakovec
4. Suzana Pešorda
(suzana.pesorda@gmail.com), Gymnasium Sesvete
 
Coordinators name and surname (e-mail):  1. Sanja Perić (sanja.peric3@skole.hr), Secondary Medical School Split
2. Marina Šoštarić
(marina.sostaric@gmail.com), Medical school Bjelovar
3. Nikolina Zaplatić Degač
(nzaplatic@hotmail.com), Secondary School Čakovec
4. Suzana Pešorda
(suzana.pesorda@gmail.com), Gymnasium Sesvete
 
Leader School:  Secondary Medical School Split
 
STUDENTS: 
 
1. Ivona Babić, Secondary Medical School Split
2. Duje Peričić
, Secondary Medical School Split
3. Luka Bosanac
, Medical school Bjelovar
4. Ema Loovak
, Medical school Bjelovar
5. Abel Korunek
, Secondary School Čakovec
6. Manuel Korent
, Secondary School Čakovec
7. Maja Marija Radoš
, Gymnasium Sesvete
8. Lovro Talan
, Gymnasium Sesvete
9. Luka Topić
, Gymnasium Sesvete
 
Target Group: 
 
Nurses and technicians who worked in war conditions
 
Project Objectives: 
 
Find out the age, work and family status of nurses and technicians who worked in war conditions
Examine the conditions and level of their personal security and competences while working in exceptional circumstances
Teaching students with teamwork, learning from examples of good practice, and encouraging co-operation between participating school students.
 
Tasks: 
 

Find, visit and sensitize nurses and technicians who worked under war conditions for participating in the project
Examine the level of satisfaction of participants (nurses and technicians working in war conditions and nursing students) for this topic
From the results of the survey questionnaire, with critical thinking, get answers to the topic of the project
Include the topic of the project as an integral part of the vocational subjects.
 

Collaborators:  Mentors and high school students with health and non-health programs.
 
Place of implementation:  In schools associates, in local healthcare institutions.
 
Duration (phases):  From June 2019 to April 2020
Phase 1 (June, September 2019) planning and project preparation.
Phase 2 (October, November 2019) prepares a questionnaire (first exchange / video conference).
Phase 3 (December, January 2020) conducts surveys.
Stage 4 (February, March 2020) processing of the results of the questionnaire survey, preparation and division of tasks for joint presentation of the project (other exchange / video conferencing)
Phase 5 (April 2020) is preparing to participate in the 13th „E Medica“.
 
Expected Results:  We expect that through this project we will further strengthen nurses and technicians with experience of working in extraordinary circumstances to share their knowledge and experience with nursing students.
We also believe that nursing students, from examples of good practice, will be well aware of the specificities of providing health care and encourage critical thinking about the role of healthcare professionals in warlike circumstances.
 
Risk Factors:

Lack of associates, poor collaboration of nurses and technicians who worked in war conditions, untimely financial support.


    
Synopsis of Project  "How Did "Our Angels" Worked And Who They Are"  Synopsis of Project "How Did "Our Angels" Worked And Who They Are" Minimize

   The main objective of the project is to find out the age, job and family status of nurses and technicians who worked in war conditions, as well as conditions and level of their personal safety and competenceswhile working in emergency situations.
   During the project work, the students will examine the level of satisfaction of the participants (nurses and technicians working in war conditions and nursing students) for this topic, in order to assess the mutual interest of the participants.
   We expect mutual reinforcement of project participants and students who have shown interest in new forms of learning subject, as well as nurses and technicians who have experience in working in emergency circumstances to provide health care to the victims, and the intensive, experiential transfer of this knowledge to interested future colleagues and colleagues aiming to achieve the highest level of health care quality in all working conditions.
   Through this project, we will further strengthen nurses and technicians with experience of working in extraordinary circumstances to share their knowledge and experience with sister school students.
   We also believe that nursing students, from good practice examples,will become well aware of the specificities of providing health care and encouraging critical thinking.
   During the project development students will be encouraged to learn teamwork, learning from examples of good practice, critical thinking and encouraging cooperation between participating school students.
   Our plan is to prepare and conduct an anonymous questionnaire for the target group - nurses and technicians who worked in emergency situations, in war-affected areas and places where the victims were cared for.
   The results obtained will be processed and analyzed by students, exchanged using information technology and presented at the 13th „E – Medica“ 2020 seminar.


    
Second Video Conference in project "Who and how our angels live today" (January 22, 2020)   Second Video Conference in project "Who and how our angels live today" (January 22, 2020) Minimize

 
Second student video conference in project "Who and how our angels live today"
(January 22, 2020)



  
  On Thuesday, January 22, 2020, the second video conference (via WhatsApp) was held for students and mentors working on a project.
   In the period from the first video conference, September 2019 to January 2020, the students Luka Bosanac, Ema Lovak, Maja Marija Radoš, Ivana Lozić, Gabrijel Lukić, Ivona Babić and Duje Peričić from the schools participating in the project: Medical Schools
Bjelovar, Medical School Split and the Gymnasium Sesvete continued their cooperation and mutual communication. We took full advantage of modern communication tools and social networks, the Facebook platform, WhatsApp, Adobe Connect and Skype, and together we designed, analyzed and developed the survey questionnaire. We searched the target population not only in our cities but also beyond, where we estimated that there was interest in the population in our Project. We developed the methods and forms of conducting the questionnaire and successfully interviewed the sample within the planned timeframe. For the difficulties and concerns we encountered during our work, which we were unable to solve on our own or to find solutions in the available literature, we contacted our mentors and solved the problems with their guidance and instructions.
   During this meeting we expressed our satisfaction with the successfully completed stages of the Project. We have agreed and shared the following tasks with the aim of creating a database, processing and analyzing the results, and agreed on the final preparation of the presentation in order to present the results of our Project at the 13th "Days of E-Medica 2020" as qualitatively as possible. We will continue communication as planned so far.
   Project Manager Mira Talaja, with her mentors on the Project, Tina Jelić Balta and Susan Pešorda, monitored and analyzed the implementation of the project. The project has reached its final stage and we are all pleased.
   We all worked hard, and we learned from students' mutual testimonies of new insights while communicating with respondents, that there were tears of joy on both sides, due to success, but also due to reliving stressful events with war-affected areas.
We agreed that all our interviewees were friendly, praised our theme and engagement. We thanked them for their unselfish love and interest in sharing their professional and personal experiences of working in the extraordinary circumstances of the Homeland War with us, and thus sharing it with the younger generations of nurses and technicians.
   We believe that because of the expressed interest and expressed desire of our students and respondents, the comprehensiveness and relevance of the topic of the Project will continue.
   He was looking forward to socializing and sharing experiences in Tuheljske Toplice in early April 2020.

Report prepared by:    
Ivona Babić & Duje Peričić
Medical Schoolola Split  


  
First exchange in project "Who And How Our "Angels" Live Today” (September 25, 2019)  First exchange in project "Who And How Our "Angels" Live Today” (September 25, 2019) Minimize

 
Video conference - First exchange of students in the project
"Who And How Our "Angels" Live Today”
(September 25, 2019)



   On Thursday, September 25, 2019, the first video conference (via WhatsApp) was held for students and mentors working on a joint project of the Split School of Health, "Who And How Our "Angels" Live Today”. The video conference was attended by students from all three participating schools.

  The Split School of Health was represented by students Ivona Babic and Duje Pericic together with their mentor Mira Talaja, from the Bjelovar Medical School students Luka Bosanac and Ema Lovak with mentor Tina Jelic Balta and from Sesvete High School students Maja Marija Rados, Luka Topic and Ivana Lozic with mentor to Susan Pesord.
   The topic of the video conference was the analysis of the project work so far, harmonization and division of tasks for the next stages of the joint project. The fundamental objective of the project is to investigate, analyze and demonstrate the work of a nurse and technician in extraordinary circumstances and improvised workplaces, far and away from healthcare facilities.
   Searching through the available literature, since the first idea of the project and topic, we have noticed that there is very little literature and that most of it is based on the testimonies of participants, medical staff members of the medical field teams in various extraordinary circumstances (floods, earthquakes, war operations, aircraft and train accidents, ...). Most of the severely injured and a large number of injured were taken care of and prepared by the medical teams in inadequate premises (meadows, forests, caves, arbors, belts, basements, dugouts, etc.), which had to be prepared and adapted in a very short time. They also had to be improvised so that standardized, usually complex, medical and medical-technical procedures can be performed on those places.
   As we did not find any content about the work of a nurse and a technician in emergency situations during formal education for a nurse / general practitioner, we decided to cover this with research and project teaching. At the first videoconference, we exchanged and analyzed previously found materials and literature on the work of nurses and technicians in war. We agreed on a strategy for developing a questionnaire, defining a sample, tools and methods of contact with respondents, as well as methods and dynamics of future communication between project associates. We have welcomed the professional assistance provided by extracurricular institutions in the project implementation. Another videoconference is planned to analyze and critically address the results of the survey.
   The video conference was held in a work and friendly atmosphere, with students showing a high level of creativity and motivation to work.

Ivona Babić i Duje Peričić
Medical School Split


    
 Thanks for the support project E-medica: Minimize

  
© 2005.-2020 by e-medica. Supported by CARNet (www.carnet.hr) and CITUS d.o.o. (www.citus.hr)   Terms Of Use  Privacy Statement
DotNetNuke® is copyright 2002-2020 by DotNetNuke Corporation