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Project of Secondary Medica School Ante Kuzmanića - Zadar:  "Life With Crohn's  Disease"  Project of Secondary Medica School Ante Kuzmanića - Zadar: "Life With Crohn's Disease" Minimize

 
Life With Crohn's Disease
 
Project of Secondary Medical School Ante Kuzmanića Zadar
 

    Participating Schools:  1. Secondary Medical School Ante Kuzmanića Zadar
2. Medical and Cosmetic School Maribor
3. Dental Technical School Belgrade
4. Public High School Maruševac
5. Medical School Pula
 
Date:  March 15th 2018
 
Project Leaders (e-mail):  1. Sonja Šare (sonja.sare@gmail.com), Secondary Medical School Ante Kuzmanića Zadar
2. Anita Bezjak
(anita.bezjak1@guest.arnes.si), Medical and Cosmetic School Maribor
3. Ana Gajic
(anagajic62@yahoo.com), Dental Technical School Belgrade
4. Sanja Premec
(sanja.vms@gmail.com), Public High School Maruševac
5. Sanja Sobol
(sanjasobol@gmail.com),
Medical School Pula
 
Coordinators name and surname (e-mail):  1. Tanja Serdarević (tanja.serdarevic@skole.hr), Secondary Medical School Ante Kuzmanića Zadar
2. Karmen Šparaš
(karmen.sparas@gmail.com), Medical and Cosmetic School Maribor
3. Maja Vračar
(vracarmaja@yahoo.com),
Dental Technical School Belgrade
4. Ivana Farago
(ivanafarago@gmail.com), Public High School Maruševac
5. Sanja Benazić-Kliba
(sanja.benazic.kliba@gmail.com),
Medical School Pula
 
Leader School:  Secondary Medical school of Ante Kuzmanića Zadar
 
STUDENTS: 
 
1. Luka Čurković, Secondary Medical School Ante Kuzmanića Zadar
2. Dolores Brkić
, Secondary Medical School Ante Kuzmanića Zadar
3. Katarina Ranković
, Dental Technical School Belgrade
4. Iva Nasović
, Dental Technical School Belgrade
5. Hana Melnjak
, Public High School Maruševac
6. Matea Jovanović
, Public High School Maruševac
7. Tjaša Draškovič
, Medical and Cosmetic School Maribor
8. Nika Repnik
, Medical and Cosmetic School Maribor
9. Ana Hrgota
, Medical School Pula
 
Target Group: 
 
People suffering from Chron's disease, high school students.
 
Project Objectives: 
 
Point out the significance and representation of Crohn's disease among the younger population.
Influence on the prosperity of the younger population in the direction of recognizinh the signs and symptoms of Crohn´ disease.
Contribute to the education of young people on the preservation of health through a healthy lifestyle.
Sensitize the public about the needs of inclusion of the wider community in the direction of facilitating the life and work of the patients.
 
Tasks
 

1. Creating teams to collect data on Crohn's disease.
2. The beginning is planned for data from the history of Chron's disease.
3. Each participating school carries out state-wide research on the number of people suffering from illness and the work of the affiliated associations.
4. Planning meetings with members of the Association of the diseased and departure to the hospital for the purpose of gathering information on the latest guidelines in the treatment.
5. Record an educational film about the quality of life of the sufferers.
 

Collaborators:  - Students of middle schools and medical schools.
- Members of the Association of the diseased
- Employees of health and social institutions.
 
Place of implementation:  Participating schools, hospitals and Associations of the diseased.
 
Duration (phases):  During school year 2018/2019
- Choosing partner school on the project (March, April 2018)
- Division of tasks between the school (May, June, 2018)
- Work on project-activities (October - December, 2018)
- Processing of collected results (January-February, 2019)
- Final activities and work on project presentation (March, 2019)
 
Expected Results: 

Expection of:
- Increased number of educated young people about the signs and symptoms of Crohn's disease
- Early detection of symptoms and signs of illness and early departure of doctors
- The social community's awareness of the diseased person in school and workplace.
 

Risk Factors:

Certain population will not notice signs and symptoms of the disease at some point and will not start treatment on time.


    
Project Synopsis "Life with Chron Disease"  Project Synopsis "Life with Chron Disease" Minimize


Applicant organisation: Medical school Ante Kuzmanića Zadar
Mentor manager: Sonja Šare
School associates:
- Medical and cosmetic school Maribor
- Dental technical school Belgrade
- Public high school Maruševac
- Medical school Pula


PROJECT GOAL:
   The idea of the project came from the wish of the wider public to get acquainted with Chron's disease especially among the younger populations. Among the patients, there is also a part of school children and youth, which points to the need for education on the symptoms and signs of illness that often remain unrecognized for a long time. When the disease is diagnosed it is of particular interest to have the patient face his condition and accept the limitations that the disease brings. Involvement in everyday school and leisure activities is difficult because of rigid rules and misunderstanding of peers and the environment. Through the implementation of the project, we aim to connect students with members of the Association of affected. Through the implementation of the project, we aim to connect students with members of the Association of Affected, Health and Social Workers who through lectures, workshops will visit their knowledge and enable the acceptance of the patients in the center where they live, learn and work.

FIRST PHASE:   March/April 2018
a. Agreement with school coordinator Tanja Serdarević on registration the project at 11th E-medica Days
b. Choosing the project name "Life with Chron's Disease"
c. Making of framework program plane
d. The idea of the project is
:
  • Follow the development of Chron's disease in the world with special emphasis on participating countries
  • Interrelated connection of the profession subject (clinical subjects and nursing care)
  • Cooperation and inclusion of health, social workers and members of the Association of affected
  • Study the literature that is relevant to the disease
  • Include the theme of the project as an integral part of the school units of vocational subjects
  • Encourage students to teamwork and collaborate
  • Presenting the project in an understandable way
  • Explore and learn through the fun
  • Recognizing new facts
  • Creating a flipchart, brochure
  • Shooting an educational film
  • Peer education

e. Registration of schools interested in cooperation on the project
f. Agreement of the coordinator and mentor about the application and implementation of the project
g. Announcement of the project at the Teaching council
h. Selecting two to three students, educating them and assisting in the realization of the project
i. Communication between all project participants
j. Following work on project preparation
k. Analysis done
l. Identifying problems and risks
m. Solving problems
n. Constant coordination and cooperation with professional managers and school coordinators, recording and documenting the work of the first stage of the project

SECOND PHASE: May/June 2018
- Communication between participating schools
- Excanging students ideas
- Defining deadlines for carrying out activities
- The beginning of student activity
- Net-communication
- Monitoring project performance
- The evidence of the done

THIRD PHASE:  October/November 2018
a) analysis of the work done, evaluation of the 1st and 2nd phases
b) communication between the school participants by means of net meetings
c) planning the exchange of one or two students with the aim of analysing the work that has been done as well as agreeing upon further steps that need to be taken for the realization of the project, in order for the students to get to know each other better and for informal socialising
d) agreeing on the way in which the project will be presented, which was the result of team work of the school participants
e) practising presenting the project
f) unifying the activities in one single project with a division of tasks
g) recording and documenting

FOURTH PHASE:  January, Februaury 2019
- Practicing the project
- Net-meetings
- Registration the participant students

FIFTH PHASE:  March 2019
- Participation on the 12th day of E medica
- Presentation of the project
- Evaluation of all project participants


    
Third Zadar´s and Maribor´s Students Exchange   (January 28 - February 1, 2019)  Third Zadar´s and Maribor´s Students Exchange (January 28 - February 1, 2019) Minimize


Third Student Exchange in two schools project of Secondary Medical School Ante Kuzmanić Zadar
and Medical and Cosmetic School Maribor 
(January 28 - February 1, 2019)

 

 
 
   At noon, on Monday, 28 February, our guests from Zadar arrived to Maribor. After a warm welcome at our school, we went to a classroom to make a plan of activities for the week, , and working on projects "Rare Diseases 2" and "Life with Chron's Disease".

   We showed our guests around the school and then we had lunch in a school canteen. In the afternoon we gathered at the nearby dormitory and then went sightseeing together.
   A local tourist guide took us around the town. The evening was spent together, getting to know each other and having a good time.
   On Tuesday we went on a trip to a small town of Ormož, where we had the opportunity to see an institution for mentally ill people. Later that day, we went to Velika Nedelja, a nearby small town and saw the local sights – the church, the watch tower and the local theatre.
   On Wednesday we had practical lessons on some wards in the city hospital. The chief nurse greeted us and showed us the Emergency unit. In the afternoon we had some free time together, just having fun.

   On Thursday our Croatian friends attended lessons at our school. After lunch it was time for some sporting activities on Pohorje. It was snowing and it was like a winter wonderland.
   TThe time passed by fast and on the last day a videoconference with the students of Medical school in Zadar was held. We were sad knowing that our visit came to an end.
   I wish to express many thanks to Mrs. Srdarević and Mrs. Grginović and special thanks and best wishes also to Mrs. Verica Elveđi.

Patricija Petek, Maruša Hebar, Amir Alić, Alma Mešić, Esmeralda Kovaćević, Vedran Kresojević i Aleks Lazarević


   And more about project work …

   And now a few words about my assignment. I and my friend are currently working on a new topic – Rare diseases. We are going to introduce our work in Terme Tuhelj, where the next E-medica days will take place. I am very much looking forward to this experience, not only because we are given an opportunity to meet friends from another countries, but also in some valuable knowledge. Since this is my last contribution to this project, the task I'm working on is really demanding and interesting. But more about it on our next visit….
     Best regards from our (and your) Maribor.

Benjamin Habinc

Our impressions from Maribor

   This year Zadar - Maribor student exchange went by perfectly. It is my first experience and I must say that I am extremely satisfied with what I saw beginning from their school system all the way to themselves. It is suprising for me how they function, how they work and have that special energy in their school.
   Whole exchange programme was excellent but I want to emphasise students who led us through it all. With their students we have started friendship which we are planning to contuinue in future.
   Exchange like this teaches us a lot, we had different experiences and we were together whenever it was possible. It was experience to remember and I hope we shall meet again.

Ivana Vazgeč

   Journey to Maribor was very nice experience for me. I met a lot of new people and visited many places and cities. I would definitely like to repeat all that so I hope for a new visit.

Karla Ivić

   When we went for a travel to Maribor, all the way I was thinking how is it going to be, will coleagues from Slovenia like us? At our arrival excitement was visible on our faces, we had expected a lot of company, fun and laughter and it must be admitted that we got more than that. For a long time we shall remember time which we spent with our Slovenian friends. Every moment was filled, we have visited a lot of interesting locations, we got acquainted with Maribor, we spent time together and exchange our practice experiences.
   We all hope we shall be able to return hospitality to our dear coleagues and that they will keep Zadar in their hart as much as we do Maribor.

Karolina Miloš

   Everybody were very sociable and they hosted us nicely. They were with us whenever they could, they went to the city with us and outside in the evening. I was pleasantly surprised with everything our friends prepeared for us and I hope I shall participate in E-medica projects again.

Anita Gustin


    
Video-conference exchange on the project "Life with Crohn's Disease"  Video-conference exchange on the project "Life with Crohn's Disease" Minimize

Video-conference exchange in the project ''The Life With Crohn's Disease"
(January 24th, 2019 )

 


 
 
   On Thursday, January 24th, 2019 as part of the "Life With the Crohn's Disease" project, we had a Skype video-conference. Beside us, mentor Sonja Šare with the coordinator Tanja Serdarević from Secondary Medical School Ante Kuzmanića Zadar, together with mentor Sanja Premec and coordinator Kornelija Kristina Petak from Secondary School Maruševec, were present as well.

    During the conference, we were analyzing phases of the project and reflected on the tasks already completed.
   In May 2018, on the occasion of the World Day of Inflammatory Bowel Disease, we held the actions, lectures and gatherings on which we participated. Students from Maruševec participated in the public "Days of Blue Iris" for the prevention and fight against colon cancer organized by the ILCO Association from Varaždin. We contacted the Department of Public Health of Varaždin County about the statistics of Crohn's disease.
   During the October, we conducted a brief survey among students of first and second classes of general medical nurse who were not in touch with the professional subject yet. After the examination we held a presentation on the subject of Crohn's disease.
The results of the survey were handled by students from the Zadar school. We are currently in the process of creating brochures.

Dolores Brkić & Luka Čurković, Secondary Medical School Ante Kuzmanića Zadar
Hana Melnjak & Matea Jovanović, Secondary School Maruševc


    
Exchange of students: students from Maribor in Zadar (October 1-5, 2018)  Exchange of students: students from Maribor in Zadar (October 1-5, 2018) Minimize

Student exchange in projects "Rare diseases II" and "Life with Crohn's disease"

 
 

 
   From 1st till 5th of December in Secondary Medical school Ante Kuzmanića Zadar was held a student exchange which included students from Medical and Cosmetical High School Maribor: Amir Alić, Tjaša Draškovič, Benjamin Habinc, Maruša Hebar, Anja Kostevc, Esmeralda Kovačević, Vedran Kresojević, Alma Mešić, Vito Novak i Patricija Petek, and two teachers: Vanja Kancler & Ana Mlakar.
 

   First day of exchange began with appropriate welcome programme during which dear Slovenian colleagues and friends were greeted by students of school host (Dolores Brkić, Frane Brkić, Luka Čurković, Nikolina Dražina, Marisa Filipović, Matea Ivković, Karlo Jurjević, Lisa-Marie Mey, Laura Stojanov, Leonarda Šarić), headmaster of Medical School Ante Kuzmanića Zadar, professor Davor Vidaković, national leader of E-medica project Edin Kadić, coordinator Tanja Serdarević, author of exchange programme and one of leaders of E-medica project Verica Elveđi and leaders of projects in cooperation, Sonja Šare and Ljiljana Grginović with her associate Anita Stipanov. During night hours students and teachers went for sightseeing of Zadar cultural notabilities (Museum of antique glass, Sea organs and Greeting to the Sun).

   On Tuesday students went to classes from several subjects in Medical School Kuzmanića Zadar: they attended classes of Physics at professor Filip Babok in grade1. b, at Biology class at professor Gabrijela Marin in grade 2. a and they were at class of Physical and Health education at professor Luka Plazina. Students in exchange were welcomed by head nurse of General Hospital Zadar Darija Katuša who held a presentation about organization of nursing services in Zadar hospital with her associate Ines Leto.

    Third day of exchange students went for a trip to the renovated residence of chief admiral of Ottoman fleet Jusuf Mašković, Maškovića han from 17th century and on peak Kamenjak from where they enjoyed in view on nearby Vrana lake.
    On Thursday students participated in practice in General Hospital Zadar with nurses Verica Elveđi and Marija Kresoja and at practice in Home for the old and helpless persons Zadar with nurse Sonja Šare as well as at practice in kynesitherapy in Medical School Ante Kuzmanića Zadar with nurse Anita Mišković. After that they worked in school library with thier mentors on common procjets "Rare diseases II" and "Life with Crohn's disease".

   Last day a videconference was held. During the videconference there was final common meeting on which impressions on exchange were expressed and participants in exchange were given acknowledgements for participating in it. Second exchange in this year in common projects of schools from Zadar and Maribor was finished with song of school music band Kuzma and traditional dalmatian cakes
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Coordinator Tanja Serdarević

Students impressions…..

   This exchange went by even better than we expected. We tried to be good hosts and welcome our Slovenians as they deserve. With much laughter and good jokes we created beautiful memories which we shall remember for the rest of our life.
   Those five magnificent days passed by very quickly but they made us closer and taught us a lot. We have created beautiful friendships and once again proved good collaboration between our two schools.

Leonarda Šarić, Secondary Medical School Ante Kuzmanića - Zadar

Dear hosts,
   I'd like to thank you for five wonderful days. We really enjoyed your company and also going around your beautiful town of Zadar. We are already looking forward to your visit in Maribor. Thank you for your hospitality and everything else.
Best regards

Esmeralda Kovačević i Amir Alić

   My expectations before taking part in an exchange program were great, because I had heard so much about the program from other students who took part in it. But my experience was beyond any expectations. What impressed me most was your kindness, the variety of the program and of course, swimming in the sea. I hope to get another chance to visit you again.

Maruša

    Having the opportunity to take part in this exchange program was a great chance for me. It was a truly wonderful experience. I learned so many new things, gained new experiences and saw the sights and the beauty of Zadar. I enjoyed the company and kindness of your students and teachers. It is my greatest wish to see you again next year.

Patricija

   Last week we took part in an exchange program between our school and Medical school in Zadar. This long-term partnership has had a strong positive effect on both teachers and students. This was our first time in E-medica and it was a wonderful experience. Our hosts spent a lot of time with us, despite all their duties and obligations. Apart from a warming welcome, the excursion, practical work in the hospital, the tour of Zadar; the best and the most memorable things were the friendships we have made. I sincerely hope these friendships will last for many years.
   We wish to thank all our hosts again and we are already looking forward to seeing you again.

Alma Mešić i Vedran Kresojević, Srednje zdravstvene in kozmetične škole Maribor

   Visiting Zadar was the time of my life. Our hosts were very kind and enthusiastic. We all got along very well. The program itself was interesting and well-organized. If possible, I'd go again.

Tjaša Draškovič

   This was my second time in E-medica exchange program.
   It was a wonderful chance to see our friends again. Each day we spent there was special. On the first day, we did a sightseeing tour around the town of Zadar.
   What I liked most was that we could do some practical work in a home for elderly people. This gave us an opportunity to see our colleagues at work and learn some new practices, which I hope we'll be able to try in our hospital in Maribor.
   As a fourth-grade student I know that this is my last visit to Zadar as a student, but I'll definitely come back as a tourist and as a friend.
 

Benjamin Habinc



   What can I say? This exchange program is one in a life-time experience, one can never forget. The positive energy and a bond that connects Croatian and Slovenian students is extraordinary. This exchange program is more than just a project; it means friendship, partnership and love.

    We arrived on a Monday morning, a bit tired and sleepy. In the afternoon we went around the old town, on Tuesday we attended classes at school, on Wednesday we took a trip to a lovely Vransko lake. On Thursday we did some work in the hospital and in an old people's home. On Friday, we sadly said goodbye and returned home. Our friends from Zadar are coming in January to visit us here in Maribor. I am very much looking forward to their visit, to meeting new friends, showing them around Maribor and having a lot of fun. The students and the teachers, a wonderful team, reunited again. I would also like to thank our teachers Ana Mlakar and Vanja Kancler, who enjoyed our trip as much as we did, if not even more. See you soon!

Vito Novak


    
Exchange of students from Zagreb, Šibenik and Zadar in Belgrade (September 19-21, 2018)  Exchange of students from Zagreb, Šibenik and Zadar in Belgrade (September 19-21, 2018) Minimize

Exchange of strudents from Zagreb, Šibenik and Zadar in Belgrade

 


 
   In a pleasant summer atmosphere, within the international project "E-medica", from 19-21.9.2018. a visit was made to four medical schools in the Republic of Croatia, the capital of the Republic of Serbia, Belgrade, and the Dental school and Pharmacy Physiotherapy School, which are located in the Zvezdara Municipality.

   On the first working day, the director of the Dental school, Biljana Blagojević Sedlar and the director of the Pharmacy-Physiotherapy School, Biljana Vukosavljević, welcomed all 1st exchange participants, presenting the activity, the peculiarity and the activities of the leading schools.

In the first exchange was:

- School for Nurses Mlinarska from Zagreb, mentor Đurđica Stanešić with students Marija Timko and Gabrijel Džambo
- School for Nurses Vrapče from Zagreb, mentor Aleksandra Vidoša with students Karla Anić and Margaret Bakonji,
- Medical school from Šibenik, director Aleksandra Acalin, coordinator Snježana Žaja and mentor Antonija Žaja with students Nikolina Lugović and Josipa Grcić.
- Secondary Medical School Ante Kuzmanića from Zadar, mentor Linda Bakotić with students Lucija Veršić and Ivona Knežević,
- Dental School from Belgrade, coordinator Maja Vračar and mentors Ana Gajić, Nataša Milanović, Iva Pilipović and Tomislav Alavanja, and psychologist Marijana Peulić with students Anja Marković, Miljana Todorović, Sandra Tomic, Jana Nedeljkovic, Iva Nasovic, Katarina Rankovic and Jovan Komatina,
- Pharmacy-Physiotherapist School from Belgrade, Coordinator Biljana Vasić and mentors, Sanja Vukov, Maja Pavlović and Ivan Pašić with the students Petar Urošević, Marija Nikolić, Ivana Marković, Marina Stepanoski, Nina Đurić, Filip Sedlarević, Tara Veselinović and Branislav Beković.


   The first working day nwas continued by introducing schools through video and conversation, visiting the host school, and after that, the students worked on projects:
"Burn out Syndrome", "Vaccination whether or not", "Innovative therapy in carcinoma treatment" and "Chron's disease".
   Director of the Šibenik Medical School, Aleksandra Acalin, thanked students for hospitality at Belgrade schools and invited students and teachers to be more active in the work, as it turned out that the various problems that students explore have the effect on their future psycho-physical development, which they have to decide on their own mature stances and new knowledge that they are gaining during these projects.
   After the work, in the evening, students and teachers used to learn about and exchange experiences and examples of good practice, but also for Belgrade and a little relaxation in Belgrade's Skadarlija.

    The second day of visit was used to visit the city Zvezdara municipality and the president of the same, Miloš Ignjatović who supported the project and voiced hope that the project will continue to expand. He also stressed that he understands the enthusiasm and the desire of educators to give such projects the utmost attention as they relate to the young and the old, and the issue he deals with describes the necessity of monitoring all changes in society that concern health. The president said he would help the schools in the realization of this project by putting them into an annual distribution plan of municipal funds.
   Đurđica Stanišić, a mentor of the medical school Mlinarska, has drawn attention to the importance of research work for students during which they acquire the predispositions to deal with the scientific-research work that students are doing in the master's studies.
   After a visit to the municipality, guests visited the Star Observatory, where the city council was named. The telescope in the Observatory weighs more than 1.000 kilograms and the telescope lens is roughly 500 ki8lograms.
   After the observatory, teachers and students visited the Museum of Nikola Tesla, where they had a chance to take a 15-minute movie about the life of Nikola Tesla, and then to feel the power of Tesla's finds in her body.
   Thanks to everyone who participated in the exchange, on the wonderful energy, the positive atmosphere, but also the desire for these two days to be unforgettable. Thanks to the founders and supporters of the project "E-medica", we can contribute to increasing the knowledge of our students and teachers, but also the ability to gain some new friendships and new experiences.

Kindly, warmly, and emotional greeting from Belgrade!

Beograde, September 23, 2018
mentor: Tomislav Alavanja   

Students impressions….


   Student exchange was held from 19. 09 to 22. 09. 2018. in Belgrade, Serbia. Students and mentors participating in the exchange were from School for Nurses Vrapče: Margareta Bakonji, Karla Anić, Aleksandra Vidoša; and from School for Nurses Mlinarska: Gabrijel Džambo, Marija Timko, Đurđica Stanešić.

   The exchange was organized and held by Pharmacy-Physiotherapeutic School Beograd and Dental Technical Belgrade. While we were there, there was antoher student exchange happening from project
“Squeeze Or Show Your Teeth”, “Vaccination – Yes Or No”, “Life With Crohn's Disease” and “Combustion Syndrome At Work”.

   On the first day of the exchange we went and visited Dental Technical School Belgrade, where we were taken around school and shown what a typical student day is like. After that we introduced our schools and exchanged our thoughts with Belgrade students. Then, we went to Pharmacy-Physiotherapeutic School Belgrade where we were also shown their school.

   We started working on a project by having a video call with Medical School Split. We analysed gathered information, realized student activities and agreed on the way we are going to continue this project and present it. After the working part we listened to a presentation about skin care that was held by Eucerin empoyee.
   We spent the afternoon hanging out and sightseeing. We traveled via organized transport to Dedinje. There we visited well known ‘’Kuća cveća’’, where the grave of Josip Broz Tito is located and a museum. We spent the night with students from Belgrade that showed us hidden beauties of Belgrade and took us to ‘’Beograd na vodi’’, where we all got to know each other better.

   On the second day of the exchange we visited ‘’City Hall Zvezdara’’ where we were greeted by a chairman of the township Miloš Ignjatović. Our mentors presented the project E-medica and students shared their experiences with him. After that we visited ‘’Anatomsku opservatoriju Beograd’’ where we listened to a presentation about the institution, its history and the role it has today. After the presentation we were shown one of the telescopes that is now rarely used. Our working part of the day was ended by us visiting a museum ‘’Nikola Tesla’’ where we watched a movie about his life and projects.

   After we said goodbye to our hosts, we visited Kalamengdan where we rode on a train through the park and went sightseeing.

   Student exchange in Belgrade was a wonderful experience. Not only we learned something, but we met a lot of wonderful people and made great friends. We got to know beautiful streets of Belgrade, especially well known ‘’Kneza Mihaila’’ street that shows the dynamic life of Belgrade daily and more so at night.
This was a trip that we are never going to forget, especially by great food.

Marija Timko i Gabrijel Džambo, Škola za medicinske sestre Mlinarska
 


 

 

 
     
     

    
The first exchange of students from Zadar and Maribor (from May 28 to June 1, 2018)  The first exchange of students from Zadar and Maribor (from May 28 to June 1, 2018) Minimize

  Student exchange in Maribor
on prohjects "Life With Crohn's Disease" and "Rare Diseases II"

 
 

 
   Students of Medical School Zadar participated in exchange with Medical and Cosmetical School Maribor from May 28th till June 1st 2018. Exchange included nine Medical School Zadar students, mentor and one of the E-medica leaders, Verica Elveđi and coordinator Tanja Serdarević.

    Zadar colleagues and students were warmly welcomed by Maribor school headmistress Katja Rek, headmistress assistant Mojca Cimmerman, E-medica coordinator Karmen Šparaš, common projects mentors Anita Bezjak and Gordana Irgoč, other school teachers and students.
   During the exchange students from Medical school Zadar participated in classes in three subjects in Medical and Cosmetical School Maribor (Physical and health culture, Domestic science and English language). They also went for sightseeing of Medical and Cosmetical School Maribor, Nursing Home Tezno, University Clinical Centre Maribor and Institute for Education, Work and Care dr. Marijan Borštnar Dornava. They spent their free time in town sightseeing, trips and friendship with their Slovenian colleagues.
  
Conclusion of final coordinator's meeting was that common projects mentors ("Life With Crohn's Disease" and "Rare Diseases II") shall start with project realisation through agreement on tasks distribution and period of thier performance. It was also annuonced that two school's present successfull and friendly cooperation shall be continued with Slovenian students and mentor exchange in Zadar on the end of September of next school year.

Impressions from student exchange in Maribor

  As in years before, we gathered in early morning hours and went for Maribor into new learning and adventures. We travelled for long six hours which passed in expectation of everything what was to come. Staff of Student Home Lizika Jančar whished us warm welcome. After leaving our luggage, we went to Medical and Cosmetical School Maribor where we were welcomed by students and school employees. That moment was filled with hugs and introduction. During formal reception they explained whats expected us in days to come. After lunch we went for school sightseeing which captivated us with it's interior and equipment. After that we had free time which we spent with our coleagues, Slovenian students.
   On Tuesday we visited Nursing Home Tezno. We were impressed with it from entrance all the way to last floor and nearby park. Nursing home is filled with joy and warmth. After sightseeing, it left strong impression on us. Afternoon was dedicated to city sightseeing. Rainy weather didn't bother us. We saw all main city notabilities, instituitions, squares etc.
   Wednesday was intended for school class. We participated in Physical and health culture, Domestic science and English language. After lunch, we went to University Clinical Centre Maribor. Hospital head nurse led us trough bigger part of Centre and explained important things. We spent afternoon in Adrenalin Park on Pohorje. Two hours passed quickly, filled with fun and adrenalin.
   We spent Thursday in Ptuj. Just before leaving into oldest town in Slovenia, we visited Institute for Education, Work and Care dr. Marijan Borštnar Dornava. Overwhelmed with feelings after we had seen Institute wards and all services which it provides them, we headed towards Ptuj. After we arrived, we went for sightseeing in old castle rich with history. After that we went to city centre and Thermae Ptuj where we had lunch and wellness sightseeing. We spent evening with Slovenian students.
   Friday ment the end of marvellous friendship and amusing events. Student exchange was concluded with final manifestation during which we got participation certificates. Feelings were dominant, there were tears on our departure. We hope that our cooperation will continue for long time and that other students of our school shall have beautiful experiences as ours was.

Laura Stipanov & Nikolina Dražina, Secondary Medical School Ante Kuzmanića-Zadar

   

    
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