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Project of Pharmacy and Physiotherapy Secondary School Belgrade, Serbia
 

    PARTICIPATING SCHOOLS:  1. Pharmacy and Physiotherapy Secondary School, Belgrade, Serbia
2. Secondary Medical School Jezero Sarajevo, Bosnia & Herzegovina
3. Secondary Merdical School Of The City Of Skopje "D-r Panche Karagjozov", Macedonia
4. Dental Tehnical Belgrade, Serbia
 
Date:  April 10, 2017
 
PROJECT LEADERS (e-mail):  1. Maja Pavlovic, pavlovic.k.maja@gmail.com
2. Elisa Vreto
, elisa.vreto@smsjezero.edu.ba
3. Aleksandra Miloševska
, a.miloshevska@yahoo.com
4. Tomislav Alavanja
, alavanja.tomislav@gmail.com
 
 
Coordinators name and surname (e-mail):  1. Biljana Vasić, bixy74@gmail.com
2.
Aleksandra Miloševska, a.miloshevska@yahoo.com
3. Aleksandra Miloševska
, a.miloshevska@yahoo.com
4. Maja Vračar, vracarmaja@yahoo.com
 
Leadesr School:  Pharmacy and Physiotherapy Secondary School Belgrade, Serbia
 
STUDENTS: 
 
  1. Teodora Vasić, Pharmacy and Physiotherapy Secondary School, Belgrade
  2. Nina Djuričić
, Pharmacy and Physiotherapy Secondary School, Belgrade
  3. Branislav Beković
, Pharmacy and Physiotherapy Secondary School, Belgrade
  4. Anja Milanović
, Pharmacy and Physiotherapy Secondary School, Belgrade
  5. Samra Osmanović
, Secondary Medical School Jezero Sarajevo
  6. Fazila Đuderija
, Secondary Medical School Jezero Sarajevo
  7. Adna Softić
, Secondary Medical School Jezero Sarajevo
  8. Emrah Skopak
, Secondary Medical School Jezero Sarajevo
  9. Ermin Piljević
, Secondary Medical School Jezero Sarajevo
10. Muhidin Selimović
, Secondary Medical School Jezero Sarajevo
11. Sandra Tomić
, Dental Tehnical Belgrade
12. Jana Nedeljković
, Dental Tehnical Belgrade
13. Miljana Todorović
, Dental Tehnical Belgrade
 
Target Group: 
 
Students of the schools involved.
 
Project Objectives: 
 
  • Assessment of knowledge and attitudes about energy drinks of high school students, as well as the role of education in preserving health and side effects of energy drinks.- Promotion of health trough educational workshops.
  • Strengthening cooperation between medical and educational institutions in order to preserve health.
  • Educations and workshops on health festivals.
  • Designing promotional materials and educational workshops.
  • Promotion of team work.
  • Promotion of peer education.
Tasks: 
 
  • Carrying out survey among students and employees
  • Researching on project: distribution tasks for students, surveying (anonymously and voluntarily)
  • Processing information and analysis of results
  • Educational workshops, promotional material for preservation of health and education planning
  • Cooperation with health institutions in workshops realisation
  • Assessment of possibilities for improving health of youth.
Collaborators:  Students.
 
Place of implementation:  Schools and research areas. 
 
Duration (phases): 
  • Work plan, videoconferencing, interduction and division of tasks between schools (April/May 2017)
  • Start working on the project (June/September 2017)
  • Exchange students and literature September/October 2017)
  • Work on project – surveying, results processing (November-December 2017)
  • Realisation of educational workshops (January-February 2018)
  • Final activities and working on presentation of project (February-March 2018)
Expected Results:  Identification of factors that affect preservation of health of youth and taking actions to educate them about energy drinks side effects, that include synhronous actions of educational and health system.
 
Risk Factors:

Funds for financing.


    
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