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Infection With Communication
Project of Medical School Dubrovnik

    Participating Schools:  1. Medical School Dubrovnik
2. Medical School
3. Medical School Pula
Date:  March 14th 2018
Project Leaders (e-mail):  1. Marija Čupić (marija.cupic@skole.hr) Medical School Dubrovnik
2. Željka Turčinov Skroza
(zeljkaturcinov@net.hr ) Medical School, Šibenik
3. Kristina Antolović (kristina.antolovic@gmail.com) Medical School Pula
Coordinators name and surname (e-mail):  1. Marija Čupić (marija.cupic@skole.hr) Medical School Dubrovnik
2. Snežana Žaja
(crnica24@gmail.com) Medical School, Šibenik
3. Sanja Benazić- Kiba (sanja.benazic-kliba@skole.com) Medical School Pula
Leader School:  Medical School Dubrovnik
1. Željka Mihaljević, Medical School Dubrovnik
2. Stela Barukčić
, Medical School Pula
3. Lucija Plenča
, Medical School, Šibenik
4. Sara Erceg
, Medical School, Šibenik
Target Group: 
Project Objectives: 
The aim of the project is to explore how many students daily receive information through social networks and how it affects their mental and physical health.
We are witness to the leaps and bounds of technological advances that leave a mark on social relations and carry a new way of everyday communication, which slowly assumes the form of social norms.
Every high school user today uses a social network as a way and a way of communication, most and several of them. Such a way of communication leaves a mark on the physical and mental health of individuals. Most young people in fact are not even aware of it.

Survey students how much time they spend on social networks on a daily basis.
Explore how communicating over social networks affects mental health, concentration and results in school.

Place of implementation:  Medical School Dubrovnik, Šibenik Medical School, Medical School Pula and the partner institutions in the project /ZZJZ RH
Duration (phases):  During the school year 2018/2019.
12 months
1: agreement of all co-operative schools on planned activities and assignment of tasks / March 2018 /
2: overview of literature, task assignment on the project / April 2018/
3: Meeting School Associates / WEB _ SKYPE / project progress assessment, agreement on further joint activities / May-June2018 /
4: finalization of the project, first exchange of students, meeting of the associate schools, evaluation of the collected data, agreement on presentation of the work and results of the project / October 2018/
5. The second WEB meeting of the pupils,, final activities, production of project presentation and drum material / November-December 2018.
During the Phase of All Phases: Permanent Exchange of Information and Co-ordination between Project Participants.
Expected Results:  The results of the research are presented as pp on the web pages of E medica, School, in professional and local press
Develop student awareness of self-control of the use of social networks as a daily form of communication
Development of self-esteem
Ideas for applying explored and new projects.
Risk Factors:

Financial and time constraints.

Synopsis of project  "Infection With Communication"  Synopsis of project "Infection With Communication" Minimize

Former knowledge

   The vast majority of young people, especially high school students, use several social networks in everyday communication. The amount of information that the brain of a high school student is doing today and 20 years ago is several hundred times higher. Too much information has a negative impact on brain functions on mental and physical health, and the long-term consequences of such communication should really only be seen, both for the individual and society as a whole.

Objectives and results of the project

   With this project, we want to investigate how many high school students share and use social networking information, how they share information on social networks, how they affect their physical and mental health, social skills, work performance, and relationships in their family and society.
   The project has a research and educational character.
   Results obtained by surveying pupils and target groups / pupils of the same school who have completed education 10 years ago / will be presented and made a team evaluation with a view.

Concept and methods of work

   The schools that work as partners in the project at the first WEB meeting will agree and agree the survey questions that will be used in the research part of the project. The survey will be conducted with the aim of determining the amount of information received by the brain in unit time using social networks and other forms of communication, with students who were educated in time until social networks were living as a form of communication.
   In October, we will present on the basis of the results and the evaluation that so much and such quantity of information affects the quality of life and work of students.
   The project co-worker school will showcase how social network dependence is constantly on the conected state, to show it more credibly in the final part of the project.
   Each project co-worker school will explore and find among students and former students some who do not use any social network as a daily form of communication and determine the reasons why it is so.
   After all, explored and implemented in November 2018, we will plan the final activities


Video Conference On Project "Infection With Communication"   (January 22, 2019)  Video Conference On Project "Infection With Communication" (January 22, 2019) Minimize

Skype Conference Associates On Project "Infection With Communication"
(January 22, 2019)


    On Tuesday, January 22, 2019, a SKype conference was held for students and mentors working on the project "Ingestion Communication"

   During October, November, and December 2018 students from the Medical School of Dubrovnik, the Medical School of Šibenik and Medical School Pula working on the Project regularly met with all the advantages of modern communication/social networks, creating groups on Facebook and WhatsApp platforms, And./ compiling survey questionnaires, analyzing the results of the survey conducted and exchanging materials to produce the final report on the Project as well as prepare it for the E Medical Meeting in April 2019.

    Project Manager Marija Čupić, with project co-mentors, Kristina Antolović and Željko Turčinov Skroza, analyzed all the stages of the Project. The project was to the satisfaction of everyone entering the final phase.
   The students of Lara Bačić, Marija Okmažić, Lucija Plenča, Stela Barukčić and Sara Erceg who worked well on the Project during the Conference witnessed each other about the new knowledge they have gained by working on the assignments, with the belief that the interest, extensiveness and actuality of the project will continue and further.

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