The second project meeting of the Medilingua Project took place in Berlin (Germany) on June 30 and July 1 2014. Partners reported about their research and their results which had been summarized in a common report by the University of Rzeszów. Based on the research findings, the partners determined the level of the course (B1) and defined the six most common emergency situations  paramedics deal with on their daily work (originally it was expected to define only 5 situations). The two expert partners in paramedics -the University of Rzeszów and Gesaude- agreed to prepare the scenarios for the teaching units in the following weeks after the meeting.

Iberika would then start creating didactic units for the given scenarios according to the needs and level of the learners. The German partner also used this opportunity to present the type of exercises and didactic units that could be created for this type of scenarios in an online platform. It was agreed on the type of platform that was going to be used for the development of the units (Moodle) and the deadlines for the deliveries were fixed. ECC went through the results of the first meeting’s evaluation questionnaire, and also commented some general aspects about the partnership, the project and its evaluation. Center Runi presented the dissemination plan, including the aims of the dissemination, the characteristics of our target group and stakeholders and the upcoming activities. All Medilingua partners actively contributed to this meeting.