Program

Highlights

The multiplier event was held online on 24/May/2020. The aim of the event was to disseminate and distribute project outputs, inform local participants about the project, introduce e-TRAUMA outputs to potential users and collect feed-back in the context of new developed e-learning platform for management of complex trauma and its content – the database of case studies. The event encouraged the participants about the possibility of introduction of the e-TRAUMA training materials into the work environment. The main objective of this event was to share among all partners and potential beneficiaries the technical support, training and expertise in the context of management of complex trauma.

The event was carried out as a one day event. It started on 9:30 24/May/2020. The first session was presented by Prof. Dr. Cengiz Yilmaz. The project was introduced including information about the aims, scope, partners, history, and the outputs such as the guidelines, web site, video database, case studies and quizzes. The second session was also presented by Prof. Dr. Cengiz Yilmaz. In this session the web site was introduced in more detail. Some of the case studies and quizzes were demonstrated and information about the aim, structure and content was provided. Following 40 minutes five sessions were presented by Prof. Dr. Cengiz Yilmaz, Prof. Dr. Abtullah Milcan, and Prof. Dr. Volkan Oztuna. These sessions composed of the video presentations of the recorded surgical procedures and a demonstrative narration over the video. In the last session participants were asked to unmute their connections and an interactive discussion was carried out, moderated by the host educators. A previously prepared questionnaire link (over Survey Monkey web application) was sent to the participants over the messaging group and they were asked to fill in.

60 guests participated to the meeting. 52 of these participants were from various medical institutions from different regions of Turkey. Additional 8 participants were from Mersin University. All participants were either residents or specialists in Orthopedics and Traumatology.

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