He is lecturer of the International Health cooperation Course at the Alma Mater Studiorum, University of Bologna . The course is aimed at providing the tools to achieve the best decision-making skills in difficult and complex situations, using the experiences of international cooperation and its health aspects.
The course focuses on the principles that regulate the cultural, political and religious scenario of developing and western countries, dealing with both migration and refugees issues as well as with international terrorism, and the geopolitical and religious balance. Part of the course pivots on multinationals.
In particular, the most important topics are clime, environmental and energy issues, children and women exploitation, child abuse, privatisation of the public good, the importance of education and vocational training.
The neurophysiological and biological mechanisms of pleasure and how food and drugs can be addictive are addressed.
The historical evolution of human organisations is presented, from the earliest forms of exercising power and maintaining fear to top-down and pyramidal forms to competitive and for-profit organisations to more modern organisations managed through horizontal leadership.The course, with a special emphasis on social and health cooperation, also aims to train for international diplomacy and for the construction of peace processes, also by negotiating and managing conflicts.
The group's emotional and cognitive involvement is used as a learning tool and as an alternative to the traditional frontal academic lesson. Cooperative learning is a way of learning that is based on the interaction within a group of students who collaborate in order to achieve a common goal, through a path of deepening and learning that leads to construction of new knowledge.
AT THE UNIVERSITY ALMA MATER OF BOLOGNA HE WAS SUPERVISOR OF THE FOLLOWING THESES
School of Political Science. Master's degree course in Local and Global Development: HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT IN RISKY CONTEXTS IN HUMANITARIAN AND DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITIES
Department of Political and Social Sciences. Master of Science in Global and Local Development. Master Thesis. MIGRANTS' RIGHTS IN THE GLOBAL SUPPLY CHAINS: BLOCKCHAIN AS A POSSIBLE SOLUTION TO OVERCOME HUMAN RIGHTS DUE DILIGENCE LIMITS
School of Political Science. Master of Science in Public and Corporate Communication. THE TEAL ORGANISATIONAL MODEL AND THE EVOLUTIONARY PURPOSE CASE STUDY: PATAGONIA
School of Political Science. Master's degree course in Public and Corporate Communication. THE TEAL ORGANISATIONAL MODEL IN HEALTHCARE: FROM THE DUTCH BUURTZORG NURSING ORGANISATION TO THE NEPHROLOGY AND DIALYSIS CAD AT THE CIVIDALE DEL FRIULI HOSPITAL
Department of Political and Social Sciences, Master's degree course in Local and Global Development. Master's thesis in International Health Cooperation. PROTECTING THE RIGHT TO CARE IN ITALY: THE ROLE OF SOLIDARITY ORGANISATIONS
school of political science. Master's degree course in public and corporate communication. USING GAMING AS AN AMPLIFIER OF CORPORATE PERFORMANCE. THE CASE STUDY OF A TEAL FOUNDATION.
School of Political Science. Master of Science in Public and Corporate Communication. INNOVATION IN THE CLOUD STORAGE MARKET: THE RESPONSE OF DISTRIBUTED PLATFORMS TO PRIVACY AND SECURITY ISSUES ANALYSIS OF THE CUBBIT COMMUNITY CLOUD
School of Political Science. Master of Science in Public and Corporate Communication ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND HUMAN RIGHTS: CASE STUDY OF SOPHIA THE ROBOT
School of Political Science. Master of Science in Public and Corporate Communication CERTIFIED B CORP, BENEFIT CORPORATION AND BENEFIT COMPARISON. Degree thesis in
school of literature and cultural heritage. Master of Science in Public and Social Communication. COOPERATING BY COMMUNICATING: REFLECTIONS AND TRACES OF A SOCIOLOGICAL ITINERARY BETWEEN WORDS AND IMAGES FOR THE DEFINITION OF THE DISTINCTIVE SOCIAL CAPITAL OF @UXILIA ONLUS AND THE DRAFTING OF ITS FIRST SOCIAL REPORT IN A PARTICIPATED AND SHARED WAY
Previously adjunct professor at the Faculty of Education of the Catholic University of Milan from 2007 to 2011. Course for obtaining the degree of University Master of I level in aid relationships in the context of national and international vulnerability.
- Aid in contexts of reduced freedom and non-protection of human rights
- Cooperation in war contexts
- form of institutions and politics
- General Pathology.
Faculty of Medicine and Surgery at the University of Trieste – Bachelor's degree course for biomedical Laboratory technicians to obtain the title of biomedical laboratory technician.
- Molecular Pathology of neoplastic Diseases and laboratory methodology