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  • Pediatric Cardiology Erasmus IP course
    groups and so benefit from special learning and teaching conditions not available in a single institution and to gain new perspectives on the topic being studied Allow members of the teaching staff to exchange views on teaching content and new curricula approaches and to test teaching methods in an international classroom environment An Intensive Programme can be a one off activity or repeated over a limited number of years maximum duration of funding three consecutive years with an annual application round It may not consist of research activities or conferences but should provide something new in terms of learning opportunities skills development access to information etc for the participating teachers and students and promote an element of curricular development IPs are expected to use ICT tools and services to support the preparation and follow up of the IP thereby contributing to the creation of a sustainable learning community in the subject area concerned The ratio of staff to students should guarantee active classroom participation The consortium involves at least 3 participating institutions from 3 different countries participating in the Lifelong Learning Programme At least one participating institution must be from a Member State of the European Union The planned location

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  • Pediatric Cardiology Erasmus IP course
    Pediatric Cardiology IP PCIP 2012 will take place between 23 April 5 May 2012 in the Faculty of Medicine Heraklion Crete co organized with Medizinische Universitat Wien Heinrich Heine Universitat Dusseldorf Friedrich Alexander Universitat Erlangen Nurnberg Medizinische Universitat Innsbruck PCIP 2010 partners and Kocaeli University School of Medicine new partner Disclaimer The content of the publication is the sole responsibility of the publisher and the European Commission is not liable

    Original URL path: http://www.med.uoc.gr/pcip2012/what%20is%20PCIP.html (2016-02-10)
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  • Pediatric Cardiology Erasmus IP course
    The IP aims to provide a novel approach in medical teaching whereas traditional teaching is divided into theoretical lectures and traditional bedside clinical teaching the IP course combines both theoretical lectures and practical clinical exercise by replacing bedside teaching with multimedia based virtual evaluation of selected patients Specifically off line reproduction of cardiac sounds for teaching purposes is novel approach of cardiac auscultation teaching allowing for concomitant listening by teacher and student not yet established or routinely used into medical teaching Furthermore the IP teaching program provides students a natural stepwise diagnostic approach very similar to their future daily praxis and fundamental for the correct medical diagnosis from sound to ultrasound the title of the IP course emphasizes the paramount importance of correct interpretation of clinical findings before referring patients to further diagnostic tests Finally students are provided basic knowledge of modern diagnostic tests namely echocardiography and its indications a non invasive safe readily available imaging tool which allows for the final diagnosis of almost all cases of congenital heart disease In summary the IP course although restricted into the topic of pediatric cardiology provides a novel approach in medical teaching overall by combining theoretical and clinical teaching replacing bedside

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  • Pediatric Cardiology Erasmus IP course
    candidates for master PhD research fellows etc can apply to the PCIP Applications and the final selection of students will be performed by each of the participating Institutions Disclaimer The content of the publication is the sole responsibility of the

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  • Pediatric Cardiology Erasmus IP course
    academic performance possible previous participation in scientific projects or previous experience in pediatric cardiology and a final interview A good level of English is required as courses will be given in English A short CV should also be provided by applicant students along with detailed contact details Disclaimer The content of the publication is the sole responsibility of the publisher and the European Commission is not liable for any use

    Original URL path: http://www.med.uoc.gr/pcip2012/selection%20criteria.html (2016-02-10)
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  • Pediatric Cardiology Erasmus IP course
    covered for students traveling from Germany and Austria 400 E for students traveling from Turkey Accommodation and subsistence costs for students correspond to 20 E daily for a 2 week period a total of 280 E will be available for each student Accommodation and meals are planned to be organized centrally by the Coordinator Institution in order to achieve the lowest possible price at reasonable accommodation settings In case of

    Original URL path: http://www.med.uoc.gr/pcip2012/financial%20support.html (2016-02-10)
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  • Pediatric Cardiology Erasmus IP course
    attendance is mandatory students will be signing for every session they participate and their active participation is expected in all of the 10 teaching days Each teaching day Monday Friday includes a morning and evening session of at least 6 teaching hours total duration Teaching will be based on active participation of students interactive though the course Additional relevant teaching material which will summarize the lectures will be provided Enough

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  • Pediatric Cardiology Erasmus IP course
    wide spectrum of mild to severe congenital heart disease innocent heart murmurs and arrhythmias A commercial digital stethoscope with 3 lead ECG has been used for storing in a PC of the phonocardiogram and the corresponding ECG line for timing of heart sounds For the reproduction of heart sounds high accuracy earphones are used so as to stimulate the traditional listening using a conventional stethoscope A conventional cable connection of the PC with the peripheral headsets through an amplifier allows for an accurate transmission of the stored sound without any signal loss Participants can simultaneously listen to the recording and view the corresponding graphic display of the sound frequency amplitude etc on the screen By using time bars and high or low pass filters the teacher can isolate and emphasize the abnormal heart sound and reproduce it repeatedly Then longer segments without filter are presented and this process is repeated up to the point participants can identify the abnormal sound only by listening the original recording Participants will have an introduction on classic and digital phonocardiography and will listen and differentiate normal cardiac tones identify systole and diastole in children of various age groups and listen to a wide spectrum of innocent murmurs of childhood B Abnormal heart tones wide P2 split arrhythmias clicks The same techniques of high quality reproduction of selected digital phonocardiograms will be used The teaching is focused on abnormalities of heart tones abnormal split of P2 various arrhythmias and clicks Each case will be presented along with clinical data echocardiographic images and video presentation C Abnormal murmurs Dynamic auscultation The same techniques of high quality reproduction of selected digital phonocardiograms will be used The teaching is focused on abnormal murmurs including various types of systolic diastolic and continuous murmurs Each case corresponds to five recording locations apex lower upper left and upper right parasternal area jugular fossae in accordance with the standard practice during live auscultation Participants will have the chance to describe all variables related to abnormal murmur including site of maximum intensity frequency and intensity change over time relation to heart tones etc Selected cases will demonstrate the effect of position dynamic auscultation on auscultatory findings in certain forms of heart disease Each case will be presented along with clinical data echocardiographic images and video presentation Cardiac auscultation final test Students will have to blindly evaluate and document their auscultatory findings following listening to a random sample of normal and abnormal digital phonocardiograms Complete physical evaluation Personal and Family History principles Heart auscultation is a part of a more complete physical evaluation which should include the recognition of abnormal phenotypes genetic syndromes appropriate blood pressure measurement obtaining a detailed personal and family history Manifestations of critical neonatal congenital heart disease will be discussed along with the importance of family history in cases of inherited heart disease Students must identify cases with a higher probability of heart disease based on correct personal and family history and physical evaluation Topics include Performing a cardiac status

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