Date: Tuesday, June 18 and Wednesday, June 19
Venue: Karolinska Institutet—Solna campus in Stockholm, Sweden
Conference cost: We are pleased to welcome you and interact free of charge
Please note that the deadline to register is Monday, May 20.
Special for this year
- A tour around Karolinska Institutet’s medical education and research facilities
- Presenting research results from renowned institutions and examining the impact of Sectra Education platform on student learning engagement and outcomes
- Workshops focused on how to use and interact with new Education Portal content and enhancing the way you use the platform.
- How the platform is used worldwide and the challenges that are faced in different countries
- A new major product development streamlines the user experience will be revealed!
And as always
- Presentations from customers around the world
- Hands-on Education Portal and Sectra Table workshops
- Breakout sessions to discuss what you find important
We will have fun!
Join us for drinks on the evening of June 17 and a scrumptious dinner in Stockholm city will be served on June 18.
We have a special rate at the Elite Hotel Carolina Tower for the event and pre-booked spaces for you to confirm.
The rate of a double superior room is 1683 SEK* (about 170 EUR) and for a single superior room the rate is 1505 SEK* (about 150 EUR). For reservation please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the booking number 4899924 and they will assist you with the booking. These are great prices for a nice hotel in Stockholm.
This is a preliminary program. Changes may be made to the agenda until the day of the event.
Tuesday, June 18
Sofia Bertling, General Manager Education, Sectra AB
|08:30–09:30||Dissecting our Experience: Excitement and Challenges from the University of British Columbia|
Bruce B. Forster MSc, MD, FRCPC, University of British Columbia, Canada
|09:30–09:45||Fika (Coffee break)|
|09:45–11:30||Workshop 1: Creating teacher content|
|11:30–12:00||VH Dissector 6|
Laura Weinkle, Touch of life Technologies
|13:00–14:00||Implementation of an Anatomy laboratory with digital and 3D resources through a blended approach, 3 years’ experience in a new medical school|
Pedro Hecht MD, PhD, Universidad de Tarapacá, Chile
|14:00–15:30||Workshop 2: Working with Stories|
|15:30–15:45||Fika (Coffee break)|
|15:45–16:45||SECTRA 3D real-time reconstruction of virtual simulation technology in the anatomy teaching of otolaryngology: 4 years’ PUMC teaching experience|
Dr. Xu Tian and Dr. Hua Yang, Peking Union Medical College Hospital, China
Wednesday, June 19
|08:00–09:15||Karolinska Solna Campus Tour|
|09:15–10:15||Building an Anatomy Curriculum Using Only Virtual Technology|
Jeffrey C. Fahl, MD FAAP, University of Nevada Las Vegas, United States
|10:15–10:30||Fika (Coffee break)|
|10:30–11:30||Sectra in the teaching learning process of human Morphology|
Aurora Moreno, MSc and David Escalante, MSc, Fundación Universitaria de Ciencias de la Salud – FUCS, Colombia
|11:30–12:00||What is new in update 21.0|
Theresa Lindholm and Gigi Tejada
|13:00–14:00||How educators can get the most out of the Monash 3D Anatomy Content on the Sectra Education Portal|
Dr. Colin Primrose, Monash University, Australia
|14:00–14:30||The history behind the creation of 3D printed anatomy resources in medical and biomedical teaching: the use of the data on Sectra tables and the next journey — Virtual Reality|
Paul G McMenamin BSc. PhD. MSc, DSc, Monash University, Australia
|14:30–14:45||Fika (Coffee break)|
|14:45–16:15||Workshop 3: An Anatomy lab workflow|
Sectra staff and Dr. Colin Primrose
|16:15–16:30||Closure and group photo|