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
The registration is now closed. Questions? Contact us here.
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 email@example.com 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
Björn Meister and Hugo Zeberg, Karolinska Institutet
|08:45–09:45||Dissecting our Experience: Excitement and Challenges from the University of British Columbia|
Bruce B. Forster MSc, MD, FRCPC, University of British Columbia, Canada
|09:45–10:00||Fika (Coffee break)|
|10:00–11:30||Workshop 1: Creating teacher content|
|11:30–12:00||What is new in 21.1|
Theresa Lindholm and Gigi Tejada, Sectra
|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||VH Dissector 6|
Laura Weinkle, Touch of life Technologies
|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|