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Work in progress

This section allows a constant communication and sharing of information among the project partners as far as the activities for the different intellectual outputs are concerned.

Each project partner upload this section of a three months basis.
Work in progress
Partners' Institution:
Fundatia EuroEd

Project's period (from/to):
01 October 2018 - 23 April 2020

Activity concerned:
IO2 - Collection for Digital Medical Museum

Objectives of activities carried out:
Creation of an interactive map that connects the developed educational contents with the objects of the digital collection.

Description of activities carried out:
We discussed on the structure and participated in project meetings that planned the creation of the map and identification of resources and key person to be included in the digital collection.

During the discussions with UMF, we have prepared a sent for evaluation/feedback a list of topics as proposals to be included in the digital platform. Based on these topics we can collect and deliver visual objects for the platform:
1. Didactic molds on ophthalmology
2. Pieces from the anatomy museum
3. Ludovic Russ (1816 – 1888) - Austrian surgeon, head of the surgery service at the “Sf. Spiridon ”from Iași and professor at the Faculty of Medicine in Iași
4. Forensic historian, priests who killed their wives or children or committed suicide, etc.
5. Brâncuși's Ecorșeu and pedestal (anatomy lesson - 1900 – 1902) (https://ro.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ecor%C8%99eu_(Br%C3%A2ncu%C8%99i))
6. Treatment of mental illness
7. Collection of numismatics (medical focus)
8. History of medical business cards/ graduation diplomas
9. Romanian Communism's photo library (birth and abortion policy, mental hospital policy)
10. Hospitals architecture
11. Professional societies/ Lost medical professions (such as midwives); comparison: old and new midwives
12. The history of the Romanian medical press

Results Achieved:
Proposal of topics for the digital collection.