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School in Hospital
 
Project of The School of Midwifery Zagreb  
 

    Participating Schools:  1. School of Midwifery Zagreb, Croatia
2. Public High School for Women - Sisters of Charity Association Zagreb, Croatia
3. Secondary Medical and Cosmetology School Maribor, Slovenia
 
Date:  January 29, 2014
- Changed on March 4, 2014
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Changed on March 8, 2014
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Changed on September 26, 2014
 
Project Leaders:  1. Konstantina Božak (konstantina.bozak@skole.hr), School of Midwifery Zagreb
2. Irena Marija Vojvodić
(irena-marija.vojvodic@zg.t-com.hr), Public High School for Women - Sisters of Charity Association Zagreb
3. Mojca Cimerman Galun (mojca.cimerman-galun@guest.arnes.si), Secondary Medical and Cosmetology School Maribor, Slovenia
4. Metka Križ  
(metka.kriz@krs.net), Secondary Medical and Cosmetology School Maribor, Slovenia
5. Darinka Babič  
(darinka.babic1@temelach.net), Secondary Medical and Cosmetology School Maribor, Slovenia

 
Koordinators:  1. Konstantina Božak (konstantina.bozak@skole.hr), School of Midwifery Zagreb
2. Irena Marija Vojvodić
(irena-marija.vojvodic@zg.t-com.hr), Public High School for Women - Sisters of Charity Association Zagreb
3.
 Mojca Cimerman Galun (mojca.cimerman-galun@guest.arnes.si),
Secondary Medical and Cosmetology School Maribor, Slovenia
4. Romana Predin  
(romana.predin@guste.arnes.si),
Secondary Medical and Cosmetology School Maribor, Slovenia
 
Leader School of Midwifery Zagreb
 
STUDENTS: 
 
1. Marinela Bombić, 3.b, School of Midwifery
2. Anesa Šabani
, 3.b, School of Midwifery
3. Ana Marija Livančić
, 3.a, School of Midwifery
4. Nikolina Majdak
, 3a, Public High School for Women
5. Sara Razum
, 3a, Public High School for Women
6.
Aldina Kovačič, 3. c, Secondary Medical and Cosmetology School Maribor, Slovenia
7. Elzana Emini, 3. c,
Secondary Medical and Cosmetology School Maribor, Slovenia
 
 
Target Group: 
 
The third classes of both schools
 
Project Objectives: 

Become familiar with the organization of work "School in hospital" in Zagreb and Maribor.

Tasks: 
 

Investigate the history of "School in hospital", the organization of work, organize visits to hospitals in Zagreb, where there is "School in hospital", organize visits to small patients and their teachers and give presentations and / or games with young patients, visit School in hospital in Children's Hospital in Klaićeva, Zagreb to get acquainted with the work of their “School in hospital”, or any other city in Croatia or abroad.

Collaborators: 
 

School in hospital in Children's Hospital in Klaićeva, Zagreb (coordinator Mara Ivanko) and other University hospital centres and Primary schools in Zagreb or Maribor.

Place of implementation:  Zagreb, Maribor and Varaždinske Toplice
 
Duration (phases):
 

Research and contact with clinical centers till April, workshops and field trips from May to October 2014.

Expected Results: 
 
Exchange of experiences (doctors, parents, patients, students of the two schools involved) more workshops in hospitals.
 
Risk Factors:  Money as a limiting factor.

    
Sixth students exchange  (Zagreb, September 24, 2014)  Sixth students exchange (Zagreb, September 24, 2014) Minimize

 
The students from Maribor visited two schools in Zagreb

 

Present participants:

  • Secondary Medical and Cosmetology School Maribor, Slovenija
    Students: Aldina Kovačevič, Elzana Emini
    Mentors and coordinators: Metka Križ i Darinka Babič
     
  • School of Midwifery Zagreb, Hrvatska:
    Students: Anesa Šabani, Ana Marija Livančić, Marinela Bombić
    Mentors and coordinators: Konstantina Božak
    School headmaster: Gordana Tobisch
     
  • Public High School for Women – Sisters of Charity Association Zagreb, Hrvatska
    Students: Nikolina Majdak i Sara Razum
    Mentors and coordinators: Irena Marija Vojvodić
    School headmaster: Elizabeta Ivanka Peršić
     

Date and time: 24th of September 2014 from 10 am to 16.30 pm.

The purpose of the meeting:
Agreement on the joint presentation of the project "School in hospital" on Public presentation "School in hospital" on "Days of E-medica" in Terme Tuhelj.

The plan:
 

   On a sunny morning we gathered in Public High School for Women – Sisters of Charity Association in Gundulićeva street in Zagreb. We had a meeting during which we summerized all the achievemnts relized in the project "School in hospital". We agreed about the joint presentation of this project on the "E-medica" joint presentation in November 2014. After that, sister Elizabeta Peršić headmaster of Public High School for Women – Sisters of Charity Association, Zagreb has told us something about the history and activities of the school, and finally we had a closer look around the school. Konstantina Božak told us something about history and acitivies of School of Midwifery. In the afternoon we have visited Clinical centre for childrens diseases in Klaićeva street and afterwards we walked to School of Midwifery in Vinogradska street. We also had a look of the school and paid a special attention to the billboard dedicated to the achievements of the "E-medica" project. After lunch in School of Midwifery Students home we additionaly had a small inofficial talk. We impatiently expect our future meeting on the Public presentation.

The autor: Konstantina Božak


    
Fifth students exchange (May 12, 2014)  Fifth students exchange (May 12, 2014) Minimize

 
Fifth excange of studenst in Children's Hospital Klaićeva Zagreb
 

Present participants:
- Anesa Šabani (
School of Midwifery Zagreb, Croatia)
- Ana Marija Livančić (
School of Midwifery Zagreb, Croatia)
- Konstantina Božak, mentor and coordinator
School of Midwifery Zagreb, Croatia
- Sara Razum (Public High School for Women–Sisters of Charity Association Zagreb, Croatia)
- Nikolina Majdak
(Public High School for Women–Sisters of Charity Association Zagreb, Croatia)
- Irena Marija Vojvodić,
 mentor and coordinator Public High School for Women–Sisters of Charity Association Zagreb, Croatia
- Teachers of School in Hospital in
Children's Hospital, Klaićeva, Zagreb: Mara Ivanko, Violetta Radić Šulekić and Ljerkica Vinković Student of School in Hospital: Martina from the 8th grade of elementary school
 

Date and time: May 12, 2014 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Aim of the exchange: Get introduced to work and organization of School in Hospital in Children's Hospital Klaićeva, collect experience from teachers and students of School in Hospital by means of an interview.
Note: On April 3, 2014. in Food Technological School, Zagreb was expertly County Council Professor of Biology, under the auspices of the Agency for Education. One of the lectures was "School in hospital", which was held by teacher Mara Ivanko. Mentor of the same name project from School of Midwifery, Konstantina Božak immediately proposed a collaboration. So it all started.

Workflow:
   In the sunny, somewhat fresh morning we gathered in front of Children's Hospital, Klaićeva. Teacher, Mrs. Mara Ivanko greeted us and brought us into the classroom. There we attended the instruction of Croatian language given to Martina, a student of the 8th grade of elementary school. In the beginning we did not know how she will react to the presence of unknown people, but everything went well. Martina, although pale- faced, was
eager to learn. Later, she agreed to answer our questions, in the presence of her teacher, and after that she went to her room to get some rest. Then our students interviewed teachers of School in Hospital about their experience, profession, cooperation with medical staff, parents and difficulties occurring in their work. School in Hospital in Klaićeva this year marked tenth anniversary. The school organizes a cultural program, taking place each Wednesday, and it includes theatre performances, the project "Merry Wednesday", music program of the association "Love in Deed", and the project "Hospital without Hospital" of the Croatian Red Cross. We can also mention the program of spiritual help to children and their parents, cooperation with Ethnographic Museum, Museum of Art and Crafts, and various art exhibitions open to public. We were pleasantly surprised by warmth and love of these people who dedicatedly work with sick children. For this visit our thanks go to Mrs. Nada Striber, MD, deputy director of Children's Hospital, Klaićeva, Zagreb, who gave us permission to visit the Hospital, as well as to the teachers, Mrs. Ivanko and Mrs. Vinković who made sure that the permission comes on time. The most important news is: School in Hospital in Klaićeva joined our E-medica "School in Hospital" project as our fourth partner. And the cooperation will lead Mrs. Mara Ivanko. We hope that they will attend the 8th E-medica review.

Autor: Konstantina Božak





    
Fourth students exchange  (May 7, 2014)  Fourth students exchange (May 7, 2014) Minimize

 
In Secondary Medical and Cosmetology School Maribor in Slovenia
 

Present participants:

- Marinela Bombić  (School of Midwifery Zagreb, Croatia)
- Anesa Šabani (
School of Midwifery Zagreb, Croatia)
- Ana Marija Livančić (
School of Midwifery Zagreb, Croatia)
- Konstantina Božak, mentor and coordinator
School of Midwifery Zagreb, Croatia
- Sara Razum (Public High School for Women–Sisters of Charity Association Zagreb, Croatia)
- Nikolina Majdak
(Public High School for Women–Sisters of Charity Association Zagreb, Croatia)
- Irena Marija Vojvodić,
 mentor and coordinator Public High School for Women–Sisters of Charity Association Zagreb, Croatia
- Aldina Kovačič
(Secondary Medical and Cosmetology School Maribor, Slovenia)
- Nemanja Spasovski
(Secondary Medical and Cosmetology School Maribor, Slovenia)
- Mojca Cimerman Galun,
mentor and coordinator Secondary Medical and Cosmetology School Maribor, Slovenia
- Metka Križ
, mentor Secondary Medical and Cosmetology School Maribor, Slovenia
- Romana Predin
, coordinator Secondary Medical and Cosmetology School Maribor, Slovenia
- Teachers from School in hospital in Maribor (Universal Clinical Center Maribor)

Date and time: May 7th 2014. from 10.00 a.m. till 4.00 p.m.
Exchange purpose: Compare organization of School in hospital in Zagreb and Maribor.

Workflow:
   We arrived at Maribor around 10.00 pm. In school we were all warmly welcomed. First we had a meeting where we presented our previous work on the project "School in hospital" in Zagreb. Mentor Konstantina Božak had a short presentation on the current exchange between the School of Midwifery and Public High School for Women – Sisters of Charity Association, where she described the cooperation with the Association for Rare Diseases and the Association of Pragma and volunteering in pediatrics of Vinogradska Hospital. The students Marinela Bombić and Anesa Šabani describe their participation at the International Conference on "Education of children hospitalized in Croatia in the context of the EU" in the Ministry of Science, Education and Sports. They compared the treatment of hospitalized children in Croatia, Netherlands and Germany. In particular, we highlight the collaboration with the Children's Hospital Zagreb and their schools at the hospital. Then the teachers from the University Hospital Center in Maribor describe their experiences in teaching school in the hospital. After a successful meeting, we went on a tour of the host school which was very nicely decorated and organized. Colleagues Metka Križ and Mojca Cimerman Galun lead us through. Students Nemanja Spasovski and Osman Križevac were responsible for taking pictures, making jokes and helping with the translation if needed. We were impressed with the well equipped classrooms for practical teaching, a spacious gym and of course the kitchen. Later we went on a tour of the city of Maribor and take a coffee break.

Author: Konstantina Božak

   "We had a great experience in Maribor; new ideas were born for the project through a mutual conversation about what we did and what remains to be done. It was great to meet new people, see new places and spend the day working in a different environment."

Sara Razum, School of Midwifery, Zagreb

   "I felt on the exchange really great. I like school, how everything works, goals of the people who work in the hospital ... plus all the information I get and a lot of fun. I can’t wait to continue the cooperation with them and look forward to working together on this project."

Ana Marija Livančić, School of Midwifery, Zagreb

    "Tour and friendship with guests from Zagreb we can easily describe with the word cool! It was interesting to hear how things work there and compare them with the situation in Maribor. Exchange was interesting and instructive, especially pleasant was when we walked together at Maribor where we get better knowing about the students from Zagreb. Time for coffee quickly flew. We are pleased that we are still in touch. We have shaped our group on Faceebook page (E-medica) where we often communicate."

Aldina Kovačič, Nemanja Spasovski & Osman Križevac, Secondary Medical and Cosmetology School Maribor





    
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Students of the School of Midwifery, Zagreb attended international conference
 

   Students of the School of Midwifery in Zagreb attended the international conference: “Education of Hospitalized children in Croatia in the Context of the European Union”, held under the auspices of Croatian Ministry of Science, Education and Sport.

Date of the Conference: April 25, 2014
Place: Ministry of Science, Education and Sport, Zagreb, Svetice 38, Croatia
Project E-medica: "School In Hospital"

Participiants:
    1.) Anesa Šabani, School of Midwifery, class 3.b, Zagreb
    2.) Marinela Bombić, School of Midwifery, class 3.b, Zagreb
    3.) Department of Pediatrics, Clinical Medical Center, Zagreb
    4.) Jordanovac Elementary School, Zagreb
    5.) Association "Naša djeca" Maksimir, Zagreb
    6.) Croatian Education and Teacher Training Agency
    7.) Guests from the EU

Aim:
   To present the education of chronically ill and long-term hospitalized children, encourage lifelong learning and upgrading of hospital teachers.

SUmmary:
   On the 25th of April, 2014, the students of the the School of Midwifery in Zagreb, included in the project “School in Hospital” actively participated in the International Symposium “Education of Hospitalized Children in Croatia in the Context of the European Union”. Their participation at the conference was organized by their mentor in the project, prof. Konstantina Božak. The Symposium was attended by many teachers teaching in European hospitals who presented their experience. Croatia is different from other European countries in the organization of school in hospital. In this country only elementary school students are included in school in hospital. Secondary school is not obligatory by law, therefore ther is no school in hospital for secondary school students. for more details, read the report of the student Anesa Šabani.

Autor: Konstantina Božak

The Conference Program:
10:00-11:00 - Introduction
Lectures:
11:00-11:45 - Michele Capurso, psychologist, University of Peruggia, Italy:– “Support to child development through educational work: bioecological model”
11:45-12:15 - Marina Grubić, psychologist, Department of Pediatrics, Clinical Medical Center Zagreb, Croatia: “Education of pediatric patients”
12:30-13:00 - Jan Haverkate, president of the HOPE: “Educational experiences of hospitalized children in the Netherlands”
13:00-13:30 - Alto Merkt, head of the School in Hospital in Bavaria: “Hospital schools in Bavaria”
14:30-14:50 - Ljiljana Cipek, School in hospital in Jordanovac Elementary school: “Teacherˈs role in the care of pediatric patients”
14:50-15:20 - Fabrizio Mencarini: “Web page and possibilities of communication in the HOPE”
15:20-16:20 - Ana Perišić, Agency for Mobility and EU programs: “Possibilities for teaching staff in the Erasmus + program”
16:20.-16:30 - Evaluation
 
Students report:
   Jan Haverkate, lecturer from the Netherlands and the HOPE representative (Association of Hospital Teachers) said that teachers in the Netherlands work with students up to 20 years of age. There is no difference for them whether faculty, high school or elementary school students are included in the teaching process. There are two groups of teachers, those who work in clinical hospitals and those who work outside hospitals. Teachers are mainly financed by the Dutch govermant, and it has been so for the last 50 years. The task of these teachers are to educate students, give them support and all the information they want to know about their disease. If a student is not in hospital, teachers come to his home. There is also another way students can actively participate in their education. The firm KPN Telekom make specially designed monitores. They are installed in classrooms, and a student from his home, by means of the monitor participates in the classroom work, as if he, or she was physically present in the teaching process.
   Prof. Alto Merkt comes from Pediatric Clinic in Munich. In Bavaria School in Hospital began in 1980 on doctors initiative. For years there were only five schools, while today there are 15 of them in Bavaria. In Germany, elementary and secondary schools are included in School in Hospital, and they also have partical teaching. Prof. Merkt said that disease sould not change a student`s life.
   Michele Capurso, teacher from Italy said that teachers sould have time for a student, show that they care about this student, their relationship should be reciprocal (I love you, you love me).
   Marina Grubić from the Clinical Hospital Center, Zagreb said that children should feel as they felt before the disease, and their stay in hospital should be as comfortable as possible. They need support so that they do not feel isolated. They can sometimes develop school phobia because of their parents and teachers concern that they are not capable of doing something. Students with malignant diseases more often fail the class and do not finish their schooling, and have fewer friends. Family and school system have a very important role in hospitalized children life. When they come back to thir school or home they should be prepared for it and the surrounding should be prepared for their return.

Autor: Anesa Šabani, 3. b


    
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Popularizing of the project "E-medica" at the presentation ceremony for
Annual Journalist Award for Education in Tuškanac cinema, Zagreb
 

Present:

- Anesa Šabani (School of Midwifery Zagreb)
- Marinela Bombić (School of Midwifery Zagreb)
- Marina Katušin (School of Midwifery Zagreb)
- Sanja Babojelić (School of Midwifery Zagreb)
- Martina Šebalj (School of Midwifery Zagreb)
- Konstantina Božak, mentor
School of Midwifery Zagreb
- Vesna Toplak, pedagogue
School of Midwifery Zagreb
- Students of 2. a class

- Sara Razum (Public High School for Women - Sisters of Charity Association Zagreb)
- Nikolina Majdak
(Public High School for Women - Sisters of Charity Association Zagreb)
- Daniela Bošnjak (Public High School for Women - Sisters of Charity Association Zagreb)
- Katarina Jambrošić
(Public High School for Women - Sisters of Charity Association Zagreb)
- Ana Marija Malešević (Public High School for Women - Sisters of Charity Association Zagreb)
- Irena Marija Vojvodić, mentor Ženske opće gimnazije Družbe sestara milosrdnica
- Mr Željko Jovanović, MD, Minister of Science, Education and Sport
-
Mr Vinko Filipović, director of Croation Education and Teacher Training Agency
- Ivana Sučić, Croation Tv and Radio

- Stoja Elementary School, Pula
- Vatroslav Lisinski Music School, Zagreb
- Croatian Film Association
- Pragma Association, Zagreb

Date and time: 1March 14, 2014. from 11.40 a.m. till 2.00 p.m
Place: Tuškanac Cinema, Zagreb

Aim: To popularize the project "E-medica" and to promote the quality if informing in education.

 Workflow:
   At the beginning of 2014, Mrs. Vesna Toplak, pedagogue of the School of Midwifery in Zagreb, presented to the members of Pragma Association a film which was made by the students of the School of Midwifery and Public High School for Women - Sisters of Charity Association. The film is about the project E-medica within which the topic “Antiques achievements in medicine” was dealt with by the students of both schools and also about their cooperation with the Archeological Museum in Zagreb. The members of Pragma Association were delighted with the film, and they decided to present it as an excellent example of student practice at the Annual Presentation of Journalist Award for Education. On Friday, March 14, 2014 we met at Tuškanac cinema. To the students of both schools it was the fourth and very motivating exchange within the project “School in Hospital”. During the ceremony the film was presented for three times on the big screen. The Minister of Education, dr Željko Jovanović watched the film and gave a speech. The whole program was accompanied by singing and playing of students of Vatroslav Lisinski Music School. At 12.30 p.m. Mr Nedjeljko Marković,the president of Pragma Association addressed the audience. The pedagogue of the School of Midwifery, Mrs. Vesna Toplak talked about humanitarian and volunteer work of the School, about E-medica projects, about the completed project “Antiques achievements in medicine” and also about the project which is now in progress “School in Hospital”. E-medica was a novelty to the journalist. Highlight was the advantage of collaborating relationship between teachers and students in suchprojects. The students were delighted and praud to be a part of such a creative community. We believe that the above-mentioned projects promote the value of education in the society and contribute to the quality of informing about education.

Author: Konstantina Božak



    
Third exchange students  (March 4, 2014)  Third exchange students (March 4, 2014) Minimize

 
The third exchange in the School of Midwifery
and volunteering in Vinogradska hospital
 

Present participants:

- Sara Razum (Public High School for Women - Sisters of Charity Association)
- Nikolina Majdak
(Public High School for Women - Sisters of Charity Association)
- Irena Marija Vojvodić,
mentor Public High School for Women - Sisters of Charity Association
- Anesa Šabani (School of Midwifery Zagreb)
- Ana Marija Livančić (
School of Midwifery Zagreb)
- Konstantina Božak, mentor
in School of Midwifery Zagreb
- Maja Feil Ostojić, psychologist in
School of Midwifery Zagreb
- Vesna Toplak, pedagogue in
School of Midwifery Zagreb
 

Date and Time: March 4th 2014. from 9.00 a.m. till 1.00 p.m.
Exchange purpose: Volunteering during carnival at the pediatric department in Vinogradska hospital.

Workflow:
   Students of Public High School for Women - Sisters of Charity Association who are with our school in the project “School in hospital” visited us in the School of Midwifery, Zagreb, on Tuesday, the 4th of March 2014. This was the third exchange of students working on this project. We showed them around the school, put on masked costumes that were borrowed from Childrens Theatre Trešnja in Zagreb and we were ready to go to the hospital. Some students from our school also put on the masks and joined us, as well as the teachers Maja Feil Ostojić and Vesna Toplak. We took baskets full of sweets and we went to Vinogradska hospital to volunteer at the pediatric department, we visited metrnity ward where we sang to mothers and their newborns. Time passed quickly and we wrere happy because we felt that the children were less sad and lonely with us. We returned to the school where worm buns, prepared by our cooks werer waiting for us. Clowns, fairies, bunnies and other characters from fairy tales send you their love. Look at the photos and you will get it.

Author: Konstantina Božak



    
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The second exchange of students
and volunteering on The "Day of rare diseases"

 
   Students of Public High School for Women - Sisters of Charity Association, Sara Razum and Nikolina Majdak and students of School of Midwifery in Zagreb. Ana Marija Livančić and Anesa Šabani had a creative second exchange on the project "School in hospital". On Saturday, March 1, 2014, we met on Cvjetni trg in Zagreb and we had a meeting about plans for april. The third school, Secondary Medical and Cosmetology School Maribor, Slovenia also joined the project. We talked about the visits to pediatric departments of various hospitals that are soon to take place. Croatian Association for Rare Diseases had a tent on Cvjetni trg and the above mentioned students together with their mentors Irena Marija Vojvodić and Konstantina Božak volunteered in the work of the Assosiation. We thank all the volunteers, students of School of Midwifery as well as our school pedagogue Mrs. Vesna Toplak, who joined us one Saturday and contributed to marking the Day of Rare Diseases. We distributed leaflets and balloons in the town and we were selling their sweatshirts and jewelry on the stand. At noon, the mayor fo Zagreb Mr . Milan Bandić joined us and we introduced him with the project E-medica, as well as our projcet "School in hospital". Then we took part in taking photos , and a millenium photo was taken of us. In the following section you can read the improssions of the student Anesa Šabani.

Author: Konstantina Božak

   Rare but Equal! -The slogan of the Croatian Association of Rare Diseases which is engaged in providing assistance to those suffering from rare diseases and their families, by giving information on rare diseases and new treatments and by raising public awareness about these diseases. Every year on February 28, we mark the day of Rare Diseases on Croatian town squares where everybody is welcome and can find the information about rare diseases and also donate money to the Association for those who need help. To provide the information to general public and to attract them, volunteers are needed who will transmit their knowledge to others and who will also entertain them. This year we also participated in the volunteering. We distributed leaflets and balloons around the city of Zagreb, instructing people who came into the tent and gave them a lot of interesting and useful information. In the tent there were a lot of things for purchase and there were also workshops for children where they could draw and play. At the end of our volunteer day, our team of volunteers and people who visited our tent, stopped on Preradović Square and at high noon and a millennium photo, with the hands in the air to show support to the people affected by rare diseases, was taken. "People are happy as long as they decide to be ˝ - today we decided to be more than happy helping those who definitely deserve it.

Author: Anesa Šabani, School of Midwifery Zagreb



    
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The first exchange of students in project
 

   On the 13th February 2014. students in School of Midwifery, Zagreb, Ana Marija Livančić, Marinela Bombić and Anesa Šabani and mentor Konstantina Božak were visiting Public High School for Women, Zagreb. The hosts were girls Sara Razum and Nikolina Majdak and mentor Irena Marija Vojvodić.

   The aim of the meeting was to get to know each student, and planning stage of the project "School in hospital." Activities at the meeting of the school were: students' verbal workshop in which every pupil gave his idea, and followed "brainstorming" which we put on the mental map of the paper.

   Students of a School of Midwifery on this occasion donated to school host a copy of their school magazine "Baby Boom" in which are many newspaper articles about our completed project E-medica "Antiques achievements in medicine" and spended Days of E-medica in Terme Tuhelj in 2013.

Author: Konstantina Božak


    
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