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Wound Care
Project of The School for Nurses Mlinarska, Zagreb  

    Participating Schools:  1. School for Nurses Mlinarska, Zagreb
2. Maritime High School Zadar
3. Secondary School Viktorovac, Sisak
4. Medical School Bjelovar
Date:  January 29, 2014 (Modified on February 3, 2014)
Project Leaders:  1. Sandra Samošćanec (ssamoscanec@gmail.com), School for Nurses Mlinarska, Zagreb
Đurđica Stanešić  (dstanesic1@gmail.com), School for Nurses Mlinarska, Zagreb
3. Božica Magaš
(bozicamag@gmail.com), Maritime High School Zadar
Vesna Herceg (), Secondary School Viktorovac, Sisak
5. Marina Šostarić  (marina.sostaric@gmail.com), Medical School Bjelovar
Koordinators:  1. Natalija Šnidarić (natalija.snidaric@skole.hr), School for Nurses Mlinarska, Zagreb
2. Marin Perinić
Maritime High School Zadar
Marina Čaić  (marina.caic@gmail.com), Secondary School Viktorovac, Sisak
4. Biljana Balenović  (biljana.balenovic@bj.t-com.hr),
Medical School Bjelovar
School for Nurses Mlinarska, Zagreb
1. Bruno Kuzmanović, School for Nurses Mlinarska, Zagreb
2. Domagoj Purgar
, School for Nurses Mlinarska, Zagreb
3. Leonita Keranović
, Secondary School Viktorovac, Sisak
4. Antonija Skender
, Secondary School Viktorovac, Sisak
Target Group: 
Students of the Medical and Maritime school (4th years)
Project Objectives: 

Definition of wound
Different types of wounds
Wound healing
Wound care protocol
Wound care in unpredictable surcomstances/unusual surroundings
Research students knowledge of wound caring
Educate students on possible ways to care a wound


Determine the associates (collaborators)
Research part/working on the subject: give tasks to students, do a research of literature, carry out a survey, record a video
Students exchange
Make a PowerPoint presentation.



Place of implementation:  Zagreb, Sisak, Zadar.
Duration (phases):

-choosing the project topic (January 2014.)
-determine the schools in collaboration (February 2014.)
-review of literature and giving tasks to students (February/March 2014.)
-work on the project (February-April 2014.)
-exchange of students- part 1 (April/May/June 2014.)
-work on the project (June/July, August/ September 2014.)
-exchange of students- part 2. (September/October 2014.)
-final activities and making of the PowerPoint presentation (October 2014.)

Expected Results: 

Risk Factors: 

Report On Second Students Exchange Zadar - Zagreb (September 18-19, 2014)  Report On Second Students Exchange Zadar - Zagreb (September 18-19, 2014) Minimize

Students from School for Nursing Mlinarska visited Maritime School Zadar
and work on project "Wound Care"


   Students and mentors from School for Nursing Mlinarska, on the 18th and 19th of September 2014 realized second students exchange in project "Wound Care" by visiting Maritime School Zadar.
   On Wednesday, 18th of September students of Maritime School Zadar toured students of Mlinarska and gained an insight into teaching for future seafarers. Later that day, they had free time for swimming, dinner and the night out.
   On Thursday, 19th of September students Bruno and Domagoj from School for Nursing Mlinarska and students Jure and Marin from Maritime School Zadar, jointly prepared and carried out the practical part of the workshop in one class. Afterwards, together with their mentors worked on theoretical part of project and presentation. They agreed to the terms of the remaining activities in project: the workshops, repeating a survey and comparing the final results.
   After lunch with our hosts, and a little free time for us, we returned to Zagreb!

Natalija Šnidarić

   The accomodation was excellent, our hosts showed us the school and school tehcnology which makes them diferent from the others. They showed us beautiful Zadar and treated us with a great dinner.


First Students Exchange between Zagreb, Zadar, Bjelovar and Sisak  (15 and 16 May 2014)  First Students Exchange between Zagreb, Zadar, Bjelovar and Sisak (15 and 16 May 2014) Minimize

First Students Exchange between Zagreb, Zadar, Bjelovar and Sisak
in project "Wound Care"

   School for Nursing Mlinarska realized the first student exchange in the project "Wound Care".
   On Thursday 15th May students and their mentor Božica Magaš with E-medica school cordinator Marin Perinić of the Maritime High School Zadar visited our school for two days.
   On Friday, 16th May students and mentors Marina Čaić i Vesna Herceg of Secondary School Viktorovac, Sisak with students and mentor Marina Šoštarić of Medical School Bjelovar came on students exchange.
   First we visited Polyclinic for baromedicine in Dubrava hospital where dr. Andrić explained their guests for what is it used for and was happy to answer all the questions. Students were able to look around beromedicine.
   After returning to Mlinarska students Bruno Kuzmanović i Domagoj Purgar had workshop in class 1d, which is part of researching project. Other associates, students and mentors were observeing and at the end analized to agree the way of doing same workshop in their schools.
    After lunch our students and teachers showed guests school classes and cabinets. Exchange of students finished by working on the project presentation.
   Our gests left in the late afternoon.

Natalija Šnidarić

   I was fascinated with the hospitality and politness of our friends from Mlinarska. The accommodation was brilliant and we could have not asked for anything else. It was entertaining as well as educational. The students welcomed us warmly. I am very grateful for the opportunity to socialize with students from medical schools Mlinarska, Sisak and Bjelovar. All in all, it was a great fun.

Jure Zupčić 3BS, Maritime High School Zadar

   Is was very nice experience to be in this project. We met a new friends fromall Croatian's cities and I hope we'll realise our project very successfully. It will be my pleasure to keep in touch with all that wonderfule people!

Antonija Skender, Secondary School Viktorovac, Sisak

   This students exchange was a wonderful new experience for me. It was interesting, useful and very instructive. I am wondering if it will happen again .... I really liked the way of knowledge presentation and experience of School of Nurses Mlinarska. Everything was very simple, we had fun and met a lot of new interesting peaple. They were very welcome and I am looking forward on our future cooperation.

Leonita Keranović, Secondary School Viktorovac, Sisak

   The students exchange in The Wound care project and participation in the E-medica is extremely useful for my future education and I’ am very glad that I am part of it. Programs and plans of project are well developed, and schools that participate contribute in their best way. I'm glad that everything is happening on time, and that everything runs according to plan. The lecture which was held by students of School of Nurses Mlinarska was great. Content of the presentation is available and easy to learn, which is extremely important. I am looking forward to future cooperation with other partners.

Petra Markuš, Medical School Bjelovar

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