A Teacher from Alma Mater Europaea Participates in Oxford Conference
At the end of June 2019, the Fifth International Conference on Healthcare was held at St. Hugh’s College, University of Oxford. This year, it has brought together numerous researchers and experts in healthcare working on the improvement of the quality of medical services in Europe and around the world.
The event was attended by Nataša Vidnar, a senior teacher at Alma Mater Europaea, who presented her article on the Strategy for Solving Gerontology Problems: An Example of the Centre for Health Education in Maribor. The research work written by Vidnar tells about the Centre for Health Improvement at the Clinic named after Dr Adolf Drolc in Maribor. In addition, Nataša Vidnar’s article describes physical exercises performed by overweight older people who decided to change their lifestyles during participation in the CINDI programmed health education seminars.
The commission distinguished the article by Nataša Vidnar as a “good practice example” from Slovenia out of the 600 papers presented at the conference.
Nataša Vidnar is the Head of the Centre for Health Improvement at the Clinic named after Dr Adolf Drolc, Maribor. The health improvement programme implemented in the mentioned Centre provides its listeners with an opportunity to significantly change their lifestyle. The programme is implemented by specialists including graduate nurses and physiotherapists who have graduated from Alma Mater Europaea.