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001-es BibID:BIBFORM079172
035-os BibID:(WoS)000500179300045 (Scopus)85065468894
Első szerző:Balogh Enikő
Cím:Effectiveness of the Gerundium Youth Educating Program in Hungary / E. Balogh, B. Szabó, A. K. Varga, B. Tóth, D. Kovács, L. Asztalos, B. Nemes
Megjegyzések: The acceptance of brain death and the legitimation of organ transplantation is very much dependent on the general knowledge of the society. In Hungary, the legislation of brain death is based on presumed consent. There is no structural education about the topic so far. Aim The role of the Gerundium program is to educate high school students about the importance of transplantation and the meaning of brain death. The goal of this study was to evaluate the effectiveness of the Gerundium contemporary educational program in a pilot study. Method The education was held by medical students who successfully completed a preparatory elective course consisting of relevant information in the topic. Medical students used simple language during the 45-minute presentations. Two tests with simple but representative questions created by experts were completed by high school students: one directly before contemporary education and another 5 to 6 weeks after the lecture. Results A total of 147 tests were completed: 78 before and 69 after the presentation in the city of Debrecen and 294 before the lecture in the city of Győr. In Debrecen, the overall correct answers increased by 6.05% ( P < .05; before vs after). The results show that the knowledge transfer is highly effective in this manner and the students know significantly more weeks after the lectures. Conclusion There is much to do to broadly inform society about transplantation and brain death, but we will continue to increase the number of students and measure the dynamic change of the students' knowledge.
Tárgyszavak:Orvostudományok Klinikai orvostudományok konferenciacikk
Megjelenés:Transplantation Proceedings. - 51 : 4 (2019), p. 1209-1214. -
További szerzők:Szabó Balázs (1991-) (általános orvos) Varga A. K. Tóth B. Kovács Dávid Ágoston (1982-) (sebész) Asztalos László (1951-) (sebész) Nemes Balázs Áron (1969-) (sebész)
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001-es BibID:BIBFORM067491
Első szerző:Kovács Dávid Ágoston (sebész)
Cím:Gerundium : a Comprehensive Public Educational Program on Organ Donation and Transplantation and Civil Law in Hungary / D. Á. Kovács, S. Mihály, K. Rajczy, L. Zsom, G. Zádori, R. Fedor, E. Kaáli, E. Balogh, L. Asztalos, B. Nemes
Megjegyzések:bstractBACKGROUND:Organ transplantation has become an organized, routine, widely used method in the treatment of several end-stage diseases. Kidney transplantation means the best life-quality and longest life expectancy for patients with end-stage renal diseases. Transplantation is the only available long-term medical treatment for patients with end-stage liver, heart, and lung diseases. Despite the number of transplantations increasing worldwide, the needs of the waiting lists remain below expectations.METHODS:One of the few methods to increase the number of transplantations is public education. In cooperation with the University of Debrecen Institute for Surgery Department of Transplantation, the Hungarian National Blood Transfusion Service Organ Coordination Office, and the Local Committee Debrecen of Hungarian Medical Students' International Relations Committee (HuMSIRC), the Gerundium, a new educational program, has been established to serve this target. Gerundium is a special program designed especially for youth education. Peer education means that age-related medical student volunteers educate their peers during interactive unofficial sessions.RESULTS:Volunteers were trained during specially designed training. Medical students were honored by HuMSIRC, depending on their activity on the basis of their own regulations. Uniform slides and brochures to share were designed. Every Hungarian secondary school was informed. The Local Committee Budapest of HuMSIRC also joined the program, which helps to expand our activity throughout Hungary. The aim of the program is public education to help disperse disapproval, if presented.CONCLUSIONS:As a multiple effect, our program promotes medical students to have better skills in the field of transplantation, presentation, and communication skills. Our program is a voluntary program with strong professional support and is free of charge for the community.
Tárgyszavak:Orvostudományok Klinikai orvostudományok idegen nyelvű folyóiratközlemény külföldi lapban
Megjelenés:Transplantation Proceedings 47 : 7 (2015), p. 2186-2188. -
További szerzők:Mihály Sándor Rajczy Katalin Zsom Lajos (1968-) (belgyógyász, nefrológus) Zádori Gergely (1983-) (sebész) Fedor Roland (1975-) (sebész) Kaáli Eszter Balogh Enikő Asztalos László (1951-) (sebész) Nemes Balázs Áron (1969-) (sebész)
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