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Why the Spanish flu 1918 have killed so many people?
 
Project of Medical School Bjelovar
 

    PARTICIPATING SCHOOLS:  1. Medical School Bjelovar
2. Gymnasium Daruvar
3. Agricultural and Technical High School Opuzen
 
Date:  30 May, 2017
 
PROJECT LEADERS (e-mail):  1. Valerija Turk-Presečki, turkvaleria@gmail.com, Medical School Bjelovar
2. Biserka Virag
, biserka.virag@gmail.com, Gymnasium Daruvar
3. Martina Glučina
, martina.glucina@gmail.com, Agricultural and Technical High School Opuzen
 
Coordinators name and surname (e-mail):  1. Marina Šostaric, marina.sostaric@gmail.com, Medical School Bjelovar
2. Romana Žukina
, romana.zukina@gmail.com, Gymnasium Daruvar
3. Martina Glučina
, martina.glucina@gmail.com, Agricultural and Technical High School Opuzen
 
Leadesr School:   Medical School Bjelovar
 
STUDENTS: 
 
1. Anamarija Jukić, Medical School Bjelovar
2. Ivona Andričević
, Medical School Bjelovar

3. Nika Goleš
, Gymnasium Daruvar
4.
Andreo Jambrović, Gymnasium Daruvar
5.
Lukas Glaviškić, Agricultural and Technical High School Opuzen
 
Target Group: 
 
Students interested in subject of history and the history of medical profession.
 
Project Objectives: 
 
The students will explore why the Spanish Flu, the type of flu which was spreading at the end of the 1st World War had killed millions of people. According to the archive sources students will analyze the extent of mortality in the local environment, period in which the flu appeared and treatment methods that were used. Conclusions will be drawn on the consequences of the Spanish flu regarding to demographic and social life.
 
Tasks: 
 
1. Explore where and how Spanish flu occured in Europe and under what circumstances
2. Describe the type of flu and ways of spreading
3. Analyze mortality and flu widespread in local environments
4. Explore treatment methods applied by people in local environments
5. Conclude about the consequences of the Spanish flu
 
Collaborators:  School students interested in the project.
 
Place of implementation:  Bjelovar, Daruvar, Opuzen. 
 
Duration (phases):  - September 2017 to February 2018
 
Expected Results:  Support the mutual cooperation of students in the research of local history, encourage issues related to medical history, develop team work among students and cooperative learning.
 
Risk Factors:

Lack of funds, absence of associates.


    
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