Programme overview

Thursday 18 June2015

17:00 Conference Registration

18:15 MEI 2015 Opening
18:30 Keynote 1 (18.30 - 19.15) : Educational Research: measuring activity and reasoning
David Topps, Professor, Department of Family Medicine, University of Calgary, Calgary, AB, Canada

Chair: Nabil Zary Amphitheater I
19:15 Keynote 2 (19.15 - 20.00) : Hot topics in eLearning and Distance Learning
Terry Poulton, Professor, Institute of Medical and Biomedical Education, St George's, University of London, London, UK

Chair: Nabil Zary Amphitheater I
20:10 MEI 2015 Welcome Reception

Friday 19 June 2015
TIME Amphitheater I Amphitheater II
08:30 Conference Registration

09:00 KEYNOTE 3 (9.00-9.45) : Technologies for care – the imperative for upskilling carers
Verina Waights, Senior Lecturer, The Open University

Chair: Vicente Traver Salcedo Amphitheater I
09:45 Session 1: E-education (9:45-11.00) Session 2: Thesauri and Algorithms (9:45-11.00)

Chair: Terry Poulton Chair: Dionysios Politis

Amphitheater I Amphitheater II

Panagiotis Bamidis. Medical/Health Education Informatics: from birth to grow; an account of achievements

Chrissi Nerantzi. Free-range professional development

Martin Komenda, Daniel Schwarz and Ladislav Dusek. The role of information technologies in medical curriculum harmonisation

Jayne Alfredsson, Ronny Sejersen, Nabil Zary and Natalia Stathakarou. The e-Examination Ecosystem in Healthcare Education: Information and Process Models

Heather Wharrad, Richard Windle and Michael Taylor. Global Usage of e-Learning Objects by healthcare stakeholders: input and impact
Davide Taibi, Giuseppe Chiazzese, Gianluca Merlo and Luciano Seta. An ontology to support evidence-based Functional Behavioral Assessments

Niki Pandria, Dimitrios Spachos, Maria Pattichi and Panagiotis Bamidis. A Mobile-Friendly Vocabulary for ADHD

Christina Zioga. A generic ABCDE algorithm for medical image interpretation

Marco Alfano, Biagio Lenzitti and Giosue' Lo Bosco. Finding the best web medical content for different learner categories

11:00 Coffee Break (11.00-11.30)

11:30 Session 3: Scenario/Simulation based learning (11.30 - 13.00) Session 4: Social Media / IPR issues (11.30 - 13.00)

Chair: Thrasyvoulos Tsiatsos Chair: Chrissi Nerantzi
11:45 Amphitheater I Amphitheater II

Dimitrios Goumas, Thrasyvoulos Tsiatsos and Elvira Masoura. A Web-Based Serious Game for Supporting Cognitive Training

Apollon Zygomalas, Vasileios Megalooikonomou, Dimitrios Koutsouris, Dimitrios Karavias, Ioannis Karagiannidis, Theofilos Amanatidis, Ioannis Maroulis, Konstantinos Giokas and Dionissios Karavias. Virtual hepatic surgery scenarios using manipulated real liver models

Apollon Zygomalas, Vasileios Megalooikonomou, Dimitris Koutsouris, Dimitrios Karavias, Ioannis Karagiannidis, Ioannis Maroulis, Konstantinos Giokas and Dionissios Karavias. Liver 3D modeling and hepatectomy simulation for the residents’ preoperative education

Luciano Seta, Antonella Chifari, Onofrio Di Giuseppe, Paola Denaro, Manuela Sanches-Ferreira and Miguel Santos. Building social networks: a Web microportal to promote ADHD monitoring

Dionysios Politis, Miltiadis Tsaligopoulos, Georgios Kyriafinis and Konstantinos Klitsinikos. Otorhinolaryngology Elearning Textbook: Interacting with Rich Content
Evika Karamagioli. Social media as a big public health data source: Review of international bibliography,

Panagiotis Bamidis. Behind the Health Education scene: emerging concepts in teaching social innovation to Medical students

Joseph Grannum, Pamela McLaighlin and Danisha Osbourne. Social and Social Networking Media a University of Technology, Jamaica Biomedical Science Department Experience in training Health Professionals

Marinos Papadopoulos. Main Anonymization Techniques for Personal Health Data

Alexandra Alexandrou, Alkinoos Athanasiou and Panagiotis Bamidis. Protection of Traditional Medical Knowledge under Intellectual Property Law

13:00 Lunch Break (13.00 - 14.00) Poster Session - Foyer

14:00 KEYNOTE 4 (14.00-14.45) : From practice through know-how to concept: Processing simulation experience to transform it into learning
David Crookall, Institute of Economics and Management of the Université de Nice Sophia Antipolis

Chair: Stathis Konstantinidis Amphitheater I
15:00 Session 5: International Project Space (14.45 - 16.15) Session 6: Processes and approaches in health education (14.45 - 16.15)

Chair: Verina Waights Chair: Stefanos Triaridis

Amphitheater I Amphitheater II

Stathis Th. Konstantinidis. The role of Semantics and ICT educational standards in developing IT skills for Healthcare workforce

Vicente Traver Salcedo, Stathis Th. Konstantinidis, Panagiotis D. Bamidis and Nabil Zary. Education of IT skills for the healthcare workforce in EU-US: Analysis of opportunities

Sisi Li, Panagiotis D. Bamidis, Stathis Th. Konstantinidis, Vicente Traver Salcedo and Nabil Zary. Prioritization of Potential Policy Actions to Develop IT Skill Competence Among Healthcare Workforce

Stergiani Spyrou. Joint eHealth Actions in EU for the next three years

Dimitris Spachos, Ilias Maglogiannis, Kostas Karpouzis, Panagiotis Bamidis. STHENOS: an online educational repository for affective computing
Athina Bakopoulou, Eleni Aggelidou, Theofanis Vavilis, Maria Chnaraki, Petros Koidis and Aristeidis Kritis. The REMEDIC project as an integrated approach to the development of advanced-therapy medicinal products (ATMPs) and continuous education in tissue engineering and regenerative medicine

Emmanouil Marakakis and Aris Papakonstantinou. An Expert System for Differential Diagnosis Based on ICD-10

Jafar Asgari Arani and Jafar Asgari Arani. Teaching English for Medical Purposes Course in a proficiency based University Blended Context

Efstratia Mourtou and Panagiotis Bamidis. Implementing a Flipped Classroom in Hellenic Open University
16:15 Coffee Break (16.15-16.45)

16:45 Session 7: Skills, Competences and Problem Based Learning (16.45-18.15)

Chair: Stergiani Spyrou

Amphitheater I

Saghi Moosavi, Saghar Fatemi and Ahmad Taheri. Comparison of the impact of traditional and multimedia independent teaching methods on nursing students’ practical skills

Nana Shavlakadze, Lali Chkhikvadze, Irine Pkhakadze and Kakha Kupatadze. Communication and collaboration in PBL teaching format

Nino Tabagari, Lela Nadashvili and Giorgi Bagashvili. E-Program for MD ePBL Students’ Performance Assessment Recording in David Tvildiani Medical University (DTMU)

Ksenia A. Mitrofanova, Oksana A. Gavrilyuk and Sergey A. Chemezov. Regional Internet-Competition in English Skills Among Russian-Speaking Medical Students: First Experience

Viktor Riklefs, Sholpan Kaliyeva, Alma Muratova, Nelli Rogova, Yelena Tatina and Gulmira Abakassova. Using virtual patients for self-study in teaching biomedical sciences

Christina Athanasopoulou and Panagiotis Bamidis. Learning by teaching in Dental Informatics: an explorative study

20:00 Conference Dinner at The Prince Brasserie, Mediterranean Cosmos Center

Saturday 20 June 2015
TIME Amphitheater I Amphitheater II
08:30 Conference Registration

09:00 KEYNOTE 5 (9.00-9.45) : Smart Homecare and digital competences: a learning design approach
Stylianos Hatzipanagos, Senior Lecturer, Centre of Technology Enhanced Learning, King’s College London, UK

Chair: Panagiotis Bamidis Amphitheater I
09:45 Session 8: Digital Patient Education (9.45-11.00) Workshop of the Hellenic Society of Medical Education

Chair: Davide Taibi

Amphitheater I Amphitheater II

Michael Fardis and Nabil Zary. Patient Empowered Education and Research: Integration Study on how to integrate Patient Generated Health Data in Quality Registers

Panagiotis Antoniou, Lazaros Ioannidis, Vassiliki Zilidou, Efstathios Sidiropoulos and Panagiotis Bamidis. DISCOVER-ing OpenSim; Qualitative results from assessing Scenario Based Learning for carers of the elderly

Bastiaan Franssen, Javad Jafari, Nabil Zary and Italo Masiello. Designing patient education with distance learning

Javad Jafari, Hossein Karimi Moonaghi, Soleiman Ahmady, Nabil Zary and Italo Masiello. Investigating readiness to using Internet and mobile services of diabetic patients of a middle-income country

Antonios Apostolou, Maria Tsaousidou, Sophia Vasilikioti and Iro Koliakou. Introducing Biomedical Studies in Education at a pre-college level: The launch of Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth Greece
Workshop of the Hellenic Society of Medical Education


11:15 Coffee Break (11.00-11.30)

11:30 Session 9: New trends in health education (11.30 - 13.00) Workshop of the Hellenic Society of Medical Education

Chair: Panagiotis Antoniou

Amphitheater I Amphitheater II

Ronny Sejersen, Peter Stedt and Nabil Zary. Best Practices and Processes for Designing MOOC Videos: A Case study using edX courses

Pavlos Sarafis, Maria Malliarou and Panagiotis Bamidis. Simulation in Surgical - Perioperative nursing educaiton and training

Ioannis Igglezakis, Dionysios Politis, Miltiadis Tsaligopoulos and Georgios Kyriafinis. E-learning in Medicine – From Copyright Infringement to Personal Data Violation

Carina Georg and Nabil Zary. Debriefing of Virtual Patient Encounters: Systematic Collection of Nursing Students Clinical Reasoning Activities
Workshop of the Hellenic Society of Medical Education


13:00 Session 10: Workshop: Funding opportunities in health education (13.00- 14.00)

Amphitheater I

Stathis Konstantinidis, Vicente Traver Salcedo, Nabil Zary. Digital Health Literacy Gaps and Future Trends: How healthcare workforce IT skills will be shaped by the 2020?


End of Conference