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Marija Vučić
Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Belgrade
’We are responsible for what our country will look like in the upcoming years’
’The Education Program of Hemofarm Foundation, especially its Internship part, is very well conceived and is a great supplement to the three-week internship program we conducted in Hemofarm Vršac, during which we gained a lot of practical knowledge. On the other hand, during the stay in Germany, we had an opportunity to see how things in the field of healthcare function in Europe, how the healthcare system is organized, how doing business abroad looks like, what are existing social problems and how they are resolved, how it looks like to practice science, and what is the attitude of the state on this matter. In addition to the fact that this knowledge and new contacts will be useful to us in our future work and development, we should make the best of our new experiences and try to implement it in our environment, because we are responsible for how our country will look like in the upcoming years’.
PROČITAJ VIŠE
Aleksandra Tešić
Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Belgrade
’Unique and priceless experience’
’The study visit to Germany, as well as all activities carried out within this program so far, were a unique and priceless experience for our development and career beginning. I am grateful to Hemofarm Foundation for all the efforts they made over the past year, as well as to Hemofarm as one of the rare companies in our country that recognizes the importance of this and other socially responsible projects’
PROČITAJ VIŠE
Dragana Sukur
Faculty of Medicine - Pharmacy, University of Novi Sad
’Indeed, you can do it too!’
’I remember that, at the beginning of this program, my answer to the question 'What do you expect from this program?' was that I expect professional development, experience and new acquaintances. I can say that the program offered me all that even at a much higher level than I expected and I received a truly phenomenal experience and a unique opportunity to advance as a future expert, and in addition to that, I visited Germany and made wonderful friendships. I would encourage everyone with similar affinities and interests not to hesitate and apply for a scholarship, and participate in such a brilliantly organized program. I did not regret having applied for the scholarship at any moment, and I had a great collaboration with the entire Foundation team. You can do it too, indeed’!
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Jelena Nojner
Faculty of Medicine, University of Belgrade
’New findings in the field of medicine and research’
’On the second day of our stay in Germany, we visited Goethe University and University Clinic where we were hosted by Prof. Dr. Akker. Prof. Dr. Akker talked about polypharmacy. It is a challenge we have to face regardless of a country and its (under)development. We have gained knowledge about the most common diseases in the elderly, their frequency, and present comorbidities in an interesting way, from an effective presentation with relevant data on new researches, and concisely. I have learned that although there are different combinations of diseases in different persons, there are still good clinical practice guidelines in place that provide guidance on the best approach to such patients, who also use multiple medications. I think that such guidelines are necessary in our country, given the aging population and the use of multiple medications. The best guidelines would certainly increase the quality of life of patients. The Goethe Institute is located in a slightly secluded area, surrounded by greenery in a very pleasant, quiet and peaceful environment. It comprises a complex of 10 identical buildings. We are entering a building where molecular biology researches are conducted. Silence again. We arrive at the hall where, Prof. Dr. Amparo, winner of the Paul Ehrlich Prize for Young Researchers, appears exactly on time. Her lecture really captures our attention, telling us about her researches and results in the development of blood vessels and nerves. Although the research is complex, she is trying to make it understandable to us, and explain it as simply as possible. Prof. Dr. Amparo has an amazing life story, both professionally and privately. In addition to being the winner of this prestigious prize, she is also a full-time professor at Goethe University, and a mother of two girls. Prof. Amparo took us on a tour of the laboratories where she and her team conduct researches. Listening to her while she is talking about expensive equipment, her ways and doing the best she can to get some appliances, her will and perseverance to be a great researcher, professor, mentor become prominent again. I have never seen such equipped laboratories, though I have never even had an opportunity to visit a research centre such as the Goethe Institute. What was also fascinating to me was the decision of Prof. Amparo that her team members, in addition to their work place in the laboratory, also have their own offices where they can go to when distracted by noise, when they are doing something more complicated, or simply want to rest. The care itself of providing better person-tailored working conditions, not only to young researchers but also to other employees, being alert to their needs and respecting their diversity, makes their work easier and enhances quality at the same time, which brings positive results in any business’.
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Nina Vico
Faculty of Medicine, University of Novi Sad
’A strong impression from the lecture on digitalisation and innovations in the field of healthcare in Germany’
’The opportunity to visit the National Academy of Sciences – Leopoldina, and listen to a lecture about how science, researchers and science practitioners can influence the advancement of the state, system, life and health of people and what we can do, change and improve the country we live in are the questions that I often ask myself, to which I obtained answers during this lecture. The opportunity itself to enter into and visit an institution such as this one is incredible. We spent the last two days sightseeing and attending a lecture held at the Konrad Adenaur Foundation on topics, which young people and the entire society are facing, relating to community activism. Such topics were very important to me because they filled out the puzzle that has always existed with me and is related to the question how I can change something? Afterwards, we visited the German Bundestag and office of the German Chancellor, Merkel. During these visits, we had an opportunity to talk to the people who work there, and ask them how the German state functions, and see the place where decisions are made. We used the last day to visit the Museum of Medical History Berlin, which is a part of the University Clinic Charité. The museum itself in which a large number of different exhibits related to various branches of medicine can be seen, as well as the entire university clinic complex, the lecture on creation, history and development of the whole complex over a longer period of time were new insights of how science and society developed and progressed over time. After this visit, we paid a visit to the Federal Ministry of Health where we discussed the topic of digitization and innovations in the German healthcare system, and the difference between two healthcare systems. Following the discussions in the Ministry of Health, we started thinking about the novelties we could initiate, and thus positively affect our national healthcare system.’
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Mladen Anđić
Faculty of Medicine, University of Belgrade
‘It is a privilege to be a Hemofarm Foundation scholarship holder. Responsibility to others and the wider community’
’It is a great privilege for me to be a Hemofarm Foundation scholarship holder for a period of three years and be an attendee of the first generation of the Mentoring Program, Summer Internship Program in Serbia and Germany. It has contributed to the fact that, in addition to upgrading a part of my personality, I have also developed that part of my personality that looks ahead to the future, has a responsibility towards others and wider community’.
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