Assistant Professor Anto Čartolovni, head of the Digit-HeaL research group and laboratory, delivered a lecture in the framework of the Blended Intensive Program entitled Academic Skills in Publishing and Project Preparation – Experience from Central Europe, which was held in Slovakia at the Catholic University of Ružomberok from June 13 to 17, 2022.
The initiative is a new project of the Erasmus + program, which was carried out in cooperation with the Croatian Catholic University, the John Paul II. Catholic University in Lublin, Poland, and the Catholic University of Ružomberok, Slovakia. The program was inaugurated by prof. dr. sc. Mária Kozová, Vice-Rector for Science and International Relations of the Catholic University of Ružomberok. The head of the program, Assistant Professor Eugen Zeleňák, Vice Dean for International Cooperation at the Faculty of Philosophy, introduced the student to the innovative and modern methods of knowledge acquisition that he will adopt during the program.
On Wednesday, June 15, Assistant Professor Čartolovni delivered his lecture, entitled Sharing experience regarding research projects, showcasing the work of the Laboratory for Ethics of Digital Technologies in Health Care (Digit-HeaL), funded by the Croatian Science Foundation.
This project was designed to provide postgraduate students with advanced skills necessary for modern and quality scientific research in the field of social sciences and humanities.