Year 825 and year 1361: these two dates mark the beginning of the University of Pavia, the oldest university in Lombardy and one of the oldest in Europe. The capitulary of Emperor Lothair dates back to year 825, when Emperor Lothair established the school of rhetoric for officials of the kingdom in Pavia. Many famous teachers including the naturalist Lazzaro Spallanzani, the mathematician Gerolamo Cardano, universally known for his contributions to algebra and mechanics (the cardan joint), the mathematician Lorenzo Mascheroni, physicist Alessandro Volta who was professor of Experimental Physics, Rector of the Athenaeum and inventor of the electric battery, and physician Antonio Scarpa initiator of modern surgery. Among the great masters of the Napoleonic age were Vincenzo Monti and Ugo Foscolo, who in 1809 delivered the famous opening address “On the Origin and the Office of Literature” in Pavia. There were many illustrious doctors, such as Carlo Forlanini, inventor of artificial pneumothorax for treatment of pulmonary tuberculosis, and Camillo Golgi, Nobel Prize for Medicine in 1906. Alongside Golgi, two other University of Pavia professors were awarded the Nobel Prize: the chemist Giulio Natta and the physicist Carlo Rubbia. Today, the Alma Ticinensis Universitas di Pavia offers, in its two campuses in Pavia and Cremona, 2 faculties, 18 departments and 85 degree programs; it proposes itself as a Research University, participates in international projects and is included in working networks with the world’s major colleges, promotes research in interdisciplinary fields and dialogues with businesses.
The University of Pavia is a student-friendly campus, with nearly 24,000 enrolled students, 18 university colleges where boys and girls live and grow together, exchange ideas and projects, and prepare for their future in the best possible way. For these young people, the University of Pavia guarantees a personalized orientation path, more than 400 exchange programs with universities around the world and over 700 Erasmus exchange agreements, 3,300 internship opportunities, contacts with businesses and the world of work.
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The management over time of thousands of students and teachers who must undergo training and health surveillance constituted the criticality of the computerization request when Q-81 HSE was chosen as the management software to be integrated with the University’s management systems.
The elimination of Excel sheets and databases used in a non-integrated manner was at the basis of the management evolution requests.
Determination of the training gap considering turnover, new freshmen/freshwomen, integration with e-learning platforms.
Involvement of the Medical officer in managing the health surveillance activity by standardizing the database in order not to lose the historical information.
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History data retrieval and activation of courses, registration of participants, and determination of the training gap.
With CartSan integration for the medical officer.