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International Conference and B2B
CRINSS - Creative Industries Summer Sessions
11-13 July 2012, Novi Sad, Serbia


Key Speaker

Predrag Mitrovic
Doctor in Coronary Care Unit in the Department of Emergency Medicine of the Clinical Center of Serbia
Associate Professor of Internal Medicine/Cardiology at the University of Belgrade, Serbia

 
Predrag Mitrovic was born in Belgrade, Serbia on 14 July 1966. He graduated from Belgrade University Medical School with full honors in 1992 and passed the Postgraduate Boards in both Internal Medicine and Cardiology, again with full honors, at Belgrade University Medical School in 1997 and 2011 respectively. He permanently works from 1997 as doctor in Coronary Care Unit in the Department of Emergency Medicine of the Clinical Center of Serbia, Belgrade. 
In 2000 he became Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine/Cardiology and in 2010 Associate Professor of Internal Medicine/Cardiology at the University of Belgrade. In 2000 he was appointed as Head of the Scientific Department of Emergency Medicine at Clinical Center of Serbia. He is Secretary of The Cardiology Society of Serbia since 2010. He is Secretary of the Working Group on Heart Failure of the Cardiology Society of Serbia since 2002. He serves as a Scientific and Organization Board Member of the Congress for the Cardiology Society of Serbia (from 1994 to 2011).
In 1990 he received the Acknowledgement as outstanding student at Medical School, Belgrade University. In 1991 he received the Professor Slobodan Krajinovic Annual Award of Belgrade University for best research paper in epidemiology. In 1995 he received The second price of International Epidemiology Association for scientific researches. In 1997 he was included in Medical Dictionary of International Biography, International Biographical Centre Cambridge by Prof. R.Gasser because of scientific results in cardiology. In 1998 he received The 20th Century Award for Achievement in recognition of outstanding achievements in the field of Medical Science, IBC, Cambridge, England. In 1998 he was included in Outstanding People of the 20th Century in honour of an Outstanding Contribution to Medical Science, IBC, Cambridge, England. In 1998 he received Award in recognition of Distinguished Achievements, IBC, Cambridge, England. In 1998 he received award International Man of The Year 1997-98 in recognition of services to Medical Science IBC, Cambridge, England. In 1996 and 2004 he received Serbian Medical Association Annual Award for outstanding achievements in the field of Cardiology. In 2000 he received Professor Dejan Boskovic Annual Award of Serbian Medical Association in honor of an Outstanding Contribution to Cardiology. 
He is Fellow the European Society of Cardiology (from 2002), Fellow of the American College of Cardiology (from 2004), Professional Member of the American Heart Association (from 2004) and Member of The Mediterranean Association of Cardiology and Cardiac Surgery (since 1994). He is also member of the Cardiology Society of Serbia.
He served as a member of The Working Group on Heart Failure of ESC. He was a member of group of experts for clinical criteria and methodology for patients waiting lists for medical care making in medical departments of Republic of Serbia in 2003.
He serves as reviewer for the International Journal of Cardiovascular Imaging and of the Hart and Vessels Journal. 
He has been a program participant of the European Society of Cardiology, the American College of Cardiology and many other scientific sessions and congresses around the world. 
He has delivered a many international lectures as a faculty speaker.
He is involved in research about effects of music therapy in patients with cardiovascular diseases. He had delivered a many international lectures, as a faculty speaker, about music therapy in cardiovascular patients.
Associate Professor Mitrovic is author of over 700 articles and many book chapters.
 
Speech/Training Topic
Music: The art or medicine?
 
Topic abstract
The application of music therapy is present since ancient times. We can find it in the biblical sources, shamanistic rituals and theological literature. Healing by the music is present in all cultures throughout human history, until now. It is a discipline that accompanied the development of medicine from its beginnings. The application of music in medicine first was defined by the famous ancient Greek philosopher, mathematician, physician and musicologist Pythagoras in the 6th century BC. He noted that "Music is good for the soul and healing to the body." We are listening music in order to feel better and comfortable. Pythagoras was the first who divided music into 'good and bad', looking at its impact on human health. From that time, medicine is far advanced, as well as the use of music in healing, too.
There is a question: Is the use of music in the treatment of certain diseases can be controlled, that the music can be applied as a drug, at fixed "dose"? Is it possible to choose such music that it has the optimal effect on our bodies and whose positive effects prolonged during 24 hours? Whether music can be "tamed"? Modern research has shown that it is possible. 

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