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Geothermal Springs – Health From Underground
Project of Medical School Šibenik

    PARTICIPATING SCHOOLS:  1. Medical School Šibenik
2. Secondary School Viktorovac Sisak
3. Medical School Pula
4. Secondary School Pakrac

Date:  30 May, 2017
PROJECT LEADERS (e-mail):  1. Krešimir Škugor (kreso.skugor@gmail.com), Medical School Šibenik
2. Vesna Herceg
, Secondary School Viktorovac, Sisak
3. Ana Krelja
, Secondary School Pula
4. Ivan Vučetić
, Secondary School Pakraca Zadar
Coordinators name and surname (e-mail):  1. Snežana Žaja (snezana.zaja@skole.hr), Medical School Šibenik
Leadesr School:  Medical school Šibenik
1. Roko Kardum, Medical School Šibenik
2. Nikolina Lugović
, Medical School Šibenik
3. Josipa Grcić
, Medical School Šibenik
4. Sven Pleše
, Secondary School Viktorovac, Sisak
5. Nina Zupčić
, Secondary School Pula
6. Aleksandra Krečar
, Secondary School Pakrac
7. Tomislav Matošević
, Secondary School Pakrac
8. Antonio Marin
, Secondary School Pakrac
9. Boris Blagojević
, Secondary School Pakrac
10. Ivona Matić
, Secondary School Pakrac
Target Group: 
Students of health education school.
Project Objectives: 

Our main goals are to explore geographical and geological aspects of geothermal springs genesis, their occurrence, importance and utilisation possibilities in Republic of Croatia, benefits of geothermal springs to human health.
We will cover topics such as geothermal springs in Republic of Croatia, geological aspects of their genesis, characteristics of different types of geothermal springs, their utilisation potential and effects of geothermal water on human health.


1. Theoretically:
 - study scientific literature on thermal springs
 - explore the occurrence of thermal springs in Croatia
 - explore types of springs in Croatia and their different impacts on health
2. Practical:
 - Project making
 - communication and co-ordination of all participants
 - visits to health resorts and practical field work

Place of implementation:  Classroom, Spa, School and Science Libraries, E-medica.
Duration (phases):  Phase 1: Introducing Participants to the Project - April-May 2017
Phase 2: Project Design - September - December 2017
Phase 3: Presentation of the Project - March 2018
Expected Results: 

 Gain knowledge about thermal springs, practical application and benefits to human health, practically correlate social and medical sciences.

Risk Factors:

Lack of financial resources.

 Thanks for the support project E-medica: Minimize

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