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Video conference of the project
"Ancient Therapies for Modern Disorders“

(December 14, 2017)


   On Thursday, December 14, 2017, was held a video conference of the project "Ancient Therapies for Modern Disorders", attended by students and mentors from Medical School Šibenik, High School Pakrac and Medical School Bjelovar.

   The subject of the video conference was the work on the joint project "Ancient therapy for modern disorders", and the host was Šibenik Medical School with students Anđela Peran, Sara Biluš and Lara Pešić t ogether with their mentor Hrvoje Petrović.
   Together with the students of the Medical school Bjelovar, Ana Spahija and Magdalena Ivanušić and the students of the Pakrac High School, Marin Škiljić, Anamarika Starčević and Suzana Pritula in the presence of their mentors, Željka Holjević and Matej Viskovic, we agreed on guidelines for joint action and shared the tasks for the realization of the project. During the conference we talked about individual topics from the field of physical therapy that will form the axis of the project.
  The project's work involved several institutions including the Thalassotherapy Opatija and the Lipik Special Medical Hospital for Rehabilitation. In addition, the visit of the pupil of the Medical school Šibenik of Thalassotherapy Opatija, which was ralizaton on Thursday, December 7, 2017, was mentioned.
   The visit served as a kind of exercise discipline of students who had not yet met the therapeutic modalities important for the creation of a project whose theme was exclusively related to them.

Project Team of Medical School Šibenik

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