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A n t h r o p o l o g i c a l   M e d i c i n e
Project of Medical School Dubrovnik

    PARTICIPATING SCHOOLS:  1. Medical School Dubrovnik
2. Medical School Šibenik
3. Secondary Medical School Ante Kuzmanića Zadar
Date:  May 15, 2017
PROJECT LEADERS (e-mail):  1. Marija Čupić, marija.cupic1@gmaail.com, Medical School Dubrovnik
2. Željka Turčinov Skroza
, zeljkaturcinov@net.hr,
Medical School Šibenik
3. Anita Basioli
, anita.basioli@gmail.com,
Secondary Medical School Ante Kuzmanića Zadar
Coordinators name and surname (e-mail):  1. Marija Čupić, marija.cupic1@gmaail.com, Medical School Dubrovnik
2. Snežana Žaja
, crnica24@gmail.com, Medical School Šibenik
3. Verica Elveđi
, verica-elvedji@net.hr, Secondary Medical School Ante Kuzmanića Zadar
Leadesr School:  Medical School Dubrovnik
1. Lara Bačić
2. Anđela Tošić
3. Lucija Bašić
4. Sara Podrug
5. Lucija Plenđa
6. Ivan Zorić
7. Izabela Pribanić
8. Josipa Vlahović
Target Group: 
High school students working on the project
Project Objectives: 
"Let no one who comes to you go away from you, so that you may not be better and happier. Everyone should see kindness on your face, in your eyes, in your smile."  - Mother Theresa
Anthropological medicine studies man's soul and is based on a man who is a body, soul, and soul body.
Man is suffering in various ways that medicine often does not come up with his most advanced specialties. The suffering is somewhat wider than the illness, somewhat more complex and deeply rooted in human nature. Soul therapy is hagiotherapy.
As there are physical laws, there are also spiritual ones. Hagiotherapy explores the laws of the spiritual soul in man, how it agitates and how to bring man back to health.
To be able to watch are not just good eyes but healthy light outside us.
Explore through available literature how and how much the spirit and the healthy soul influence the physical health of individuals
Present the results of the research conducted by the students of E medica through Power Point.
Collaborators:  Željka Turčinov Skroza, Medical School Šibenik
Verica Elveđi
, Secondary Medical School Ante Kuzmanića Zadar
Place of implementation:  Dubrovnik, Šibenik, Zadar/ Schools and associate institutions in the teaching process
Duration (phases):  During the school year 2017-2018
12 months

Phase 1: All partner schools' agreement on planned activities and assignment of tasks
Phase 2: The work of students from a particular partner school on their task
Phase 3: A partner school meeting to assess project progress, agree on joint volunteering activities and exchange students
Stage 4: Finalization of the Project - Meeting of the partner schools for agreement on the presentation of the work and results of the project
During the Phase of All Phases: Permanent information exchange and co-ordination between project participants
Expected Results:  The results of the research are presented as pp on the E medica, School, in the professional and local press
Defeat the interest in anthropological medicine and its application of the teaching of vocational education
Development of self-esteem
Ideas for applying explored and new projects
Risk Factors:

Financial and time constraints

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First students exchange on project

(December 13, 2017)


    On Wednesday, December 13, 2017 students of the Medical School of Dubrovnik and the Medical School of Zadar visited the students of the Šibenik Medical School, who worked with them on a joint project of Anthropological Medicine.

   Students of Lara Bačić and Anđela Tošić with their mentor prof. Marija Čupić from the Medical school of Dubrovnik and students of Izabela Pribanić and Josipa Vlahović and their mentor Prof. Anita Basioli from Zadar visited the students of the Medical school Šibenik, Saru Podrug, Lucija Plenča and Ivu Zorić and their mentor prof. Željko Turčinov - Skroza. The students exchanged information on the project during the morning. fine-tune the presentation and share ideas for presenting the project. Students of the Medical School Dubrovnik through the six-day presentation presented their colleagues with them in the project about the knowledge of anthropological medicine, influence the spirit on the physical body and their association. The students then jointly designed the printed materials on anthropological medicine to be offered at the stand during the 11th meeting "Days Of E-medica 2018" on February in Terme Tuhelj.
   After the morning morning was followed by an adventurous day trip through the town accompanied by guides, a visit to the fortress of St. Mihovi and enjoy the advent of Sibenik.

   For a successful work, a nice advents gathering, a friendly spirit and gifted memories we thank the director of the Medical School Šibenik prof. Aleksandra Acalin and School Coordinator prof. Snežana Žaja who designed and organized student exchange.

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