18th Graz Conference, 2014

Paracelsus Medical University Salzburg

3. - 5. April 2014


Scientific Board: Waltraud Eder, Salzburg
  Karl Kremser, Wien
  Jörg Stein, Innsbruck

How to cite:

The Conference Booklet can be downloaded here.
To cite the printed edition:
Title: 18.  Grazer Konferenz
Subtitle:  Education for Medical Future
Editor: Herbert Plass
Page number c.f. Article
Publisher: self-published
ISBN: 978-3-200-03700-7


  1. Bedside Teaching
    Jan Breckwoldt
  2. What should medical students learn from a the nursing perspective?
    Margitta Beil-Hildebrand
  3. Peer Teaching
    Michael Ross
  4. Assessment of clinical competence by OSCE
    Günter Körmöczi, Monika Himmelbauer, Stefanie Seitz
  5. DOPS MiniCEX
    Karen Pierer
  6. Analysis of Multiple Choice Exams
    Michaela Kastaller

Lectures and Discussions

  1. Which competences do physicians need in 10-15 years from now?
    Martin Fischer
  2. Experiences in OSCE: at the University of Zurich
    Jan Breckwoldt
  3. Experiences in OSCE: at the University of Graz
    Angelika Hofer
  4. Experiences in OSCE: at the University of Innsbruck
    Wolfgang Prodinger
  5. Assessment in medical education
    Karen Pierer
  6. Competencies of physicians required from the perspective of nursing – international development
    Margitta Beil-Hildebrand
  7. Bologna Process for Medical Curricula
    Michael Ross
  8. Bologna Reform in Switzerland - Innovation or Burden?
    Peter Frey
  9. Admission of medical students in Austria
    Gilbert Reibnegger, Martin Arendasy
  10. Admission of medical students in Germany
    Wolfgang Hampe, Mirjana Knorr


  1. Self-assessed Clinical Skills Competency in Medical Students – results of a pilotmodule within the eMediqual project
    Teodora Hoinoiu, Iosif Florin Cobzariu, Bogdan Hoinoiu, Raluca Dumache,Simona Dragan, Marius Raica
  2. Parents’ educational background as a predictor for results in a Medical Student Admission Test
    Simon Fandler, Hans-Peter Dimai, Eva Rasky, Philipp Zoidl, Gilbert Reibnegger
  3. Qualitätsmanagement meets Medical Education – Ein QM-Tool aus der Wirtschaft in der veterinärmedizinischen Ausbildung
    Christian Gruber, Jan P. Ehlers
  4. Medical University Admission Test: a confirmatory factor analysis of the results
    Marion Habersack, Hans P. Dimai, Daniel Ithaler, Heide M. Neges, Gilbert Reibnegger
  5. Unterricht der Medizinischen Anthropologie an der Medizinischen Fakultät von der Universität Szeged
    Erzsébet Kapocsi, Katalin Barabás, Gergely Tari
  6. Combined PhD and medical specialist training at the Salzburger Universitätsklinikum / Paracelsus Medical University
    Barbara Kofler, Michael Studnicka, Heinrich Magometschnigg, Peter Kainz, Melisa Halilovic, Silke Weineck, Markus Ritter, Tobias Kiesslich, Herbert Resch
  7. Bladder Catheterization Procedure on a Manikin and a Hybrid Simulation Model
    Mirjam Močnik, Sara Nikolić, Tamara Serdinšek, Sebastjan Bevc
  8. Anamnesis Groups’ Exam Strategies Based on Creative Media
    Elisabeth Mundt, Katharina Ott, Klaus Spiess, the Tutors of the Anamnesegruppen Wien
  9. Why changes in principles of teaching in IT-related courses of studies are necessary
    Christof Pabinger, Claudia Heu, Martina Hackenauer
  10. Modular teaching – a pilot study in Timisoara
    Carmen Panaitescu, Carmen Pitic, Daniela Puscasiu, Carmen Tatu
  11. Implementation of neonatal simulation-based education at the Medical University of Graz
    Jasmin Pansy, Mirjam Pocivalnik, Lukas Peter Mileder, Wolfgang Raith, Berndt Urlesberger
  12. A new online testing program in training of cytotechnologists
    Marlies Nemeth, Helene G. Wiener, Josefine Stani, Christian Dusek, Thomas Pekar
  13. Simulation-based education as part of the pediatric curriculum - Comparison of self-assessment and theoretical knowledge in neonatal resuscitation.
    Mirjam Pocivalnik, Jasmin Pansy, Lukas Peter Mileder, Wolfgang Raith, Berndt Urlesberger
  14. Virtual liver planning systems in surgical teaching reality
    Georg Werkgartner, Mischinger HJ, Doris Wagner
  15. What do we need for shaping the intention to show empathic behavior? Using the Theory of Planned Behavior (TPB) for identifying relevant factors for medical undergraduate students
    Ingrid Preusche
  16. ‘PhD ScientMed’ – an interdisciplinary PhD curriculum for physicians and natural scientists
    Tobias Kiesslich, Melisa Halilovic, Peter Kainz, Barbara Kofler, Silke Weineck , Markus Ritter
  17. Options for practicable update of an existing face-to-face course with e-learning methods
    Christian Schuster
  18. A metacognitive perspective on self-judgments in practising of history taking
    Michaela Wagner-Menghin, Jeroen van Merrienboer, Anique de Bruin
  19. Vocational Emigration of Young Physicians
    Julian Wenninger
  20. Evaluation of the first five years of the postgraduate master course „Clinical Embryology“
    Michael Schenk, Julian Wenninger, Erwin Petek, Martin Bauer