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Exceptional doctoral programme in Applied Artificial Intelligence at Alma Mater

16.02. 2023.

The new doctoral programme in Applied Artificial Intelligence will gives its graduates the skills needed to overcome many challenges in Slovenia, Europe, and the world, from the green transition to sustainable development and health, especially in this post-Covid period.

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Sport climbing and studying physiotherapy as shortcuts to health

16.02. 2023.

Alma Mater Europaea physiotherapy student Maja Kramberger devotes her free time to sports climbing. The Mayans discovered scoliosis ten years ago—lateral curvature of the spine with rotation of the vertebrae. Sport climbing, which positively affects muscle strengthening, was why she started practicing this sport.

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Lana Ritlop on an internship in Turkey

15.02. 2023.

Our highly successful student Lana Ritlop called from Turkey, where she is doing an internship at Erciyes University Clinic through Erciyes University. Under the auspices of her mentor, Dr. Öğr. Üyesi İsa Cüce devotes herself mainly to several months of research in the field of neuro physiotherapy.

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Lifelong education of healthcare workers is inevitable nowadays

15.02. 2023.

Lidija Zorman, who completed her master's degree in nursing at Alma Mater, is convinced that formal education is no longer enough, as the general standard requires permanent education and thus the continuous development of skills, virtues, and abilities of the individual.

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Today, a ballerina must have a firm, trained body

13.02. 2023.

The physique of ballet dancers from the Renaissance to the present day was the central research topic of Tina Nerat, a graduate of the Alma Mater Europaea Academy of Dance, who, in her final thesis, showed how the physiques of ballet dancers have changed throughout history.

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Successful basketball player and physiotherapy student

09.02. 2023.

Alma Mater student of physiotherapy Tiana Meglič Šteharnik is considered one of Slovenia's most successful basketball players.

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The intersection of medicine and mechanical engineering leads to individualised medical treatments for patients

07.02. 2023.

The excellent cooperation between the two seemingly unrelated disciplines of medicine and mechanical engineering is reflected in the individualised approach to patient treatment. On March 11, 2023, a discussion on this topic will be led by Professor Tadej Strojnik.

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Body language in dance

07.02. 2023.

Using the basic properties of selected body systems in the somatic research process was the central theme of the Alma Mater Europaea Dance Academy graduate Kaja Marion Ribnikar. Based on this, she created a dance performance, with which she conveyed the feeling to the audience through the expressiveness of body movement.

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Physiotherapy in pregnancy

02.02. 2023.

Physiotherapy treatment and regular physical activity effectively reduce pain in the pelvic girdle in pregnant women. This was confirmed by Barbara Golob, a graduate of physiotherapy at Alma Mater, with her thesis.

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With physiotherapy effectively over dementia

01.02. 2023.

As the world's population ages, the number of people with dementia, which affects memory, thinking, speech, and other features, are also increasing. This, in turn, gradually reduces the ability of people to live independently and perform everyday activities. Physiotherapy treatment of these patients is becoming more frequent and more effective.

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