20th Graz Conference, 2016

Veterinary University Vienna

March 31 - April 2, 2016


Scientific Board: Petra Winter
Karl Kremser, Wien
Mattäus Grasl, Wien

How to cite:

The Conference Booklet can be downloaded here.
To cite the printed edition:
Title: 20.  Grazer Konferenz

Medical and Soft Skills:

Teaching and Learning

Editor: Herbert Plass
Page number c.f. Article
Publisher: self-published
ISBN: 978-3-200-04530-9


  1. Erstellen und validieren einer Checkliste für eine OSCE-Station
    Hands-on establishment a checklist for an OSCE-station
    Peter Stucki
  2. Formative Assessment of Clinical Skills in Veterinary Medicine
    Marc Dilly
  3. Digital Didactics in Higher Education - how do we survive with Social Media
    Ismo Ripatti
  4. Skills Training and Peer Group Education
    Matthäus Grasl
  5. Interactive teaching and learning
    Karl Kremser, Herbert Plass
  6. "Clinical Encounter Cards": a method for short feedback during clinical education
    Florian Buchner
  7. “What can I do, Maxi seems to be serious ill?” – Improve your communication
    skills in interaction with standardized owners of ill animals.
    Birgit Hladschik-Kermer, Michael Leschnik
  8. Jerry just died – high level Cardio-Pulmonary-cerebral-resuscitation (CPCR)
    Elena Russold

Lectures and Discussions

  1. Validierung von Checklisten für den Einsatz in objective structured clinical examinations, OSCEs
    Validating checklists for OSCEs at the Vetsuisse-faculty
    Peter Stucki, Julia Gerber
  2. Formative Assessment of Clinical Skills in Veterinary Medicine
    Marc Dilly
  3. Neue Medien in der medizinischen Ausbildung
    Peter Pokieser
  4. The Audience Response System – interactive teaching and learning with the audience quiz
    Daniela A. Fux
  5. Teaching and learning communication skills at the Veterinary University of Vienna. Why? Who? How? and First outcomes!
    Michael Leschnik, Birgit Hladschik-Kermer
  6. Welche Aspekte sollen verstärkt in der Ausbildung vorkommen?
    Sigrid Pilz
  7. Input aus der Praxis betre end Skills & Diseases in der Veterinärmedizin
    Petra Winter, Christoph Burger, Michaela Pirker, Ulla Winkler
  8. Round Table– Bilden wir berufsbezogen aus?
    1. Petra Winter
    2. Sigrid Pilz
    3. Anita Rieder


  1. Students’ perceptions of meaningful feedback on task-related expertise development
    in the clinical workplace
    Chantal C.M.A. Duijn, Lisanne.S. Welink, Herold.J.G. Bok, Olle. ten Cate, Wim.D.J. Kremer, Mira. Mandoki
  2. Innovative blended learning strategies in medical science education
    Dietmar Enko, Gernot Kriegshäuser
  3. Extension of the traumatology curriculum for dental students
    Gloria Hohenberger, Renate Krassnig, Paul Puchwein, Simone Manhal, Franz Josef Seibert
  4. Students’ Motivation to Study Medicine of German and Hungarian Students at the Medical Faculty of the University Szeged
    Erzsébet Kapocsi, Gergely Tari, Virág Sárközy, Annabella Obál, Katalin Barabás, Oguz Kelemen
  5. Too many errors in the initial interpretation of pediatric skeletal radiographs - development of a tailored training program
    Simon Kargl, Sebastian Luczynski, Thomas Moritz, Wolfgang Pumberger
  6. The Competence Centre for E-Learning, Didactics and Educational Research in Veterinary Medicine (KELDAT)
    Christin Kleinsorgen, Elisabeth Schaper
  7. Interdisciplinary Case Conferences compact Podcast by Students for Students.
    Florian S Linke, Sarah Mühlböck, Andrea Praschinger, Philipp Pavelka, Franz Kainberger
  8. PROPAIDEUTIKÓS - a board game that helps medical students gain theoretical background for practical skills learning
    Luana Laura Luk, Nejc Pulko, Tamara Serdinšek, Sebastjan Bevc
  9. Entrustable professional activities in competency-based veterinary education
    Mira Mandoki, Chantal C.M.A. Duijn, Wim.D.J. Kremer, Harold.J. Bok
  10. Retention Rate of Basic Abdominal Ultrasound Examination Skills by Clinical Peer Tutors
    Monika Markovič, Dobruška Černela, Sebastjan Bevc
  11. Integration of lecture podcasts, learning materials and lecture attendance in university students
    Manuela Paechter, Silke Luttenberger, Verena Maidl, Christian Rominger, Karin Schmid-Zalaudek
  12. A bottom up approach of identifying problematic curriculum topics
    Blaž Pavič
  13. Students and educators view on e-learning and e-learning platforms
    Rene Petrovič, Monika Sobočan
  14. Checking personal competencies in veterinary students: contrasting self-evaluations of students’ competencies to theoretically defined ideal competence levels
    Ingrid Preusche, Evelyn Bergsmann, Christoph Burger, Petra Winter
  15. Self-Experience as didactic tool in teaching equine lameness evaluation
    Katrin Schieder, Rebeka, R. Zsoldos, Maximiliane Dippel, Claudia Siedler, Alexander G. Tichy, Theresia, F. Licka
  16. Foreign language virtual patient repositories are a well accepted teaching tool for undergraduate medical education
    Monika Sobočan, Zalika Klemenc-Ketis
  17. Problem based learning with virtual patients improves the Diagnostic Thinking Ability: Students Memory Structure
    Neja Turk, Monika Sobočan, Breda P. Balon
  18. Lecture recording with Opencast in veterinary education
    Anne Wöhlke, Andrea Tipold, Elisabeth Schaper