The third and last week of the qualitative analysis is over! During three weeks our Care4Youth team coded, themed, and created three models for three different branches of care for children with emotional and behavioral problems.
More than 50 medical specialist in field of neonatology, paediatrics, haematology, infectology, and oncology gathered to share experiences with management of hospital mycotic and bacterial infections and to develop their competences.
Dr. Ivan Humenik present legal issues related to off label treatment and our colleague prof. Andrea Madarasova Geckova present medical competence models and the ways how this competencies might be developed using our know how and experiences gathered via international collaboration within IMPACCT project.
Swiss School of Public Health (SSPH+) organized Swiss Public Health conference on Child and Adolescent Public Health which in 2010 will take place in Winterhur. Our colleague prof. Andrea Madarasova Geckova is invited to deliver speech on Generation Z based on findings from international survey Health Behaviour in School-aged Children. More details on https://sphc.ch/en/sphc-2019-winterthur/speakers/
Project “Active lifestyle of school-aged children in Košice” was successfully completed!
The aim of the project was to contribute to the process of creating strategies and policies enhancing healthy behaviours of school-aged children in the City of Košice. As a part of Health Behaviour in School-aged Children (HBSC) study, the Košice City Council was provided with partial analyses of selected active lifestyle variables of Košice school-aged
children and suggestions for their application.
Final report could be found here.
Our team contributed to the results of the Expert Conference on anti-Gypsyism held by the Austrian EU presidency which are now available!
The Austrian National Roma Contact Point distributed the results of the Expert Conference on anti-Gypsyism that was held on the occasion of the Austrian presidency of the Council of the European Union.
You can find the report on how to address anti-gypsyism here.
What do people working with children with emotional and behavioural problems consider a success? What helps them in their daily work? What obstacles do they face? How can it all be changed for the better? Care4Youth team has finished the first qualitative analytical week looking for answers to all these questions. We coded, analyzed, interpreted and are going to continue in two weeks!
Preparations of the press conference to issue the Health Behaviour in School-aged Children study latest National Report for Slovakia is in full swing. Together with partners from Ministry of Health, Public Health Authority and WHO office in Bratislava we are preparing everything necessary for this great event!
Our colleagues Andrej Belák and Daniela Fiľakovská were invited to stakeholder meeting with representatives of the Ministry of Health and Interior, Public Health Authority, Institute of Health Policies, Healthy Regions and Government Plenipotentiary for Roma Communities in order to discuss involvement of our department in upcoming activities arising from Slovak strategy for Roma integration, in particular the establishment of a System for monitoring differences in health between population living in marginalized Roma communities and majority population and possibilities of using data we collect within our activities and our expertise for this purpose.
Our colleague Andrej Belák, as an invited guest, participated in a discussion called Roma debate as part of the World in the City festival.
You can see the discussion here.