23rd Graz Conference, 2019

FH Campus Wien - University of Applied Sciences, Vienna, Auistria

26. April 2019


wissenschaftl Leitung: Angelika Eder, Wien
Karl Kremser, Wien
Mattäus Grasl, Wien

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The Conference Booklet can be downloaded here.
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Title: 23.  Grazer Konferenz
Subtitle: Symposium:
Interprofessional Education in Health Sciences
Editor: Österreichische Gesellschaft für
Pagenumber cf. Article
Publisher: self-published
ISBN: 978-3-200-06328-0




  1. How to: Implementation of an interprofessional module
    Marion Huber
  2. Anamnesis: a possibility to learn with, from and about one another
    Angelika Eder
  3. Why and how interprofessional education can be implemented?
    Ovidiu Petriş
  4. Interprofessional collaboration in an outpatient clinic under the aspect of teaching and learning.
    Matthäus Grasl, Karl Kremser


  1. Experiences with Interprofessional Education in Winterthur
    Marion Huber
  2. The interprofessional collaboration at the Department of Phoniatrics and Speech Therapy in Vienna
    Matthäus Grasl, Doris-Maria Denk
  3. Interprofessionality at an Internal Medicine Department in Iasi (Romania) Interprofessionality at an Internal Medicine Department in Iasi (Romania)
    Ovidiu Petriş


  1. Satisfaction of Medical Students with Conventional and Virtual Teaching by Means of the Study Module “Musculoskeletal System”
    Florian Amerstorfer, Lukas Leitner, Magdalena Gilg, Patrick Sadoghi, Andreas Leithner, Gerhard Bratschitsch
  2. “IN-CAFÉ for Students”
    Angelika Eder, Veronika Ertelt-Bach, Claudia Schume
  3. Future prospects of PhD students
    Eleonóra Gál, Eszter Becskeházi, Viktória Venglovecz
  4. “It gave me motivation to continue the University, and may influence my chosen profession.” The interprofessional education of premature neonal situations
    Oguz Kelemen, Dóra Monostori, Katalin Barabás
  5. Challenges of Thesis Supervision in Medicine:
    How Candidates grade Organization and Didactics and what should be improved

    Lukas Leitner, Gerhard Bratschitsch, Florian Amerstorfer, Maria Smolle, Florian Posch, Andreas Leithner
  6. Logopädie goes interprofessional:
    Interprofessionelle Kompetenz im interdisziplinären Kontext - Ein innovativer Lernaktivitätencluster zur Förderung von Querschnittskompetenzen

    Martin Maasz, Doris Huber, Gunhild Rohnke, Erna Schönthaler, Christa Timmerer-Nash
  7. When teachers meet in interdisciplinary teams: hangouts, distribution centers
    and melting pots

    Stephanie N.E. Meeuwissen, Wim H. Gijselaers, Ineke H.A.P. Wolfhagen, Mirjam G.A. oude Egbrink
  8. Silence for the sake of peace. How speaking up enables interdisciplinary teacher team learning in health professions education
    EStephanie N.E. Meeuwissen, Wim H. Gijselaers, Ineke H.A.P. Wolfhagen, Mirjam G.A. oude Egbrink
  9. Kid’s University – cooking experience
    DJohanna Picker, Karin Lettner
  10. Pan-European soft skills curriculum for undergraduate veterinary education - “SOFTVETS”
    Ingrid Preusche, Mira Mandoki, Christin Kleinsorgen, Evelyn Bergsmann, Rudolf Dömötör, Jelka Zabavnik Piano, Lada Radin
  11. Application of problem-based learning (PBL) and ward operation exercises in teaching at the Division of Nuclear Medicine of the Medical University of Graz
    Susanne Stanzel, Reingard M. Aigner