Ivana Svobodova from OLOMOUC UNIVERZITY SOCIAL HEALTH INSTITUTE (OUSHI) is our guest this week as a part of our collaboration on “Applied research for policy innovation in the area of access to health care for the socially excluded Roma population”

Ivana Svobodova from OLOMOUC UNIVERZITY SOCIAL HEALTH INSTITUTE (OUSHI) is our guest this week as a part of our collaboration on “Applied research for policy innovation in the area of access to health care for the socially excluded Roma population”

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Presentation of HBSC study on Youth Conference within 6 cities of Kosice region

Already 6th year of the Košice Region Youth Council organized a unique series of conferences in the Košice Region (in Rožňava, Michalovce, Sobrance, Spišská Nová Ves, Trebišov and Košice) under the municipalities of the Košice Region – full of inspiration and in cooperation with local authorities or local organizations active in the field of youth. The aim of conferences were to improve the quality of youth work at the level of municipalities.

Meeting with representatives of Kosice self-governing region was organized in December 2019 with aim to stimulate implementation of recent findings from HBSC survey in preparation of strategic documents aiming to promote health and active life style of population.

Meeting with representatives of Kosice self-governing region was organized in December 2019 with aim to stimulate implementation of recent findings from HBSC survey in preparation of strategic documents aiming to promote health and active life style of population.

“How to improve the system of care for adolescents with emotional and behavioral problems?” Care4Youth team met again with care providers to optimize the care system.

“How to improve the system of care for adolescents with emotional and behavioral problems?” On December 10, Care4Youth team met again with care providers at the Hands on Science premises of the Faculty of Medicine, UPJŠ in Košice and discussed solutions in a workshop focused on a concrete form of implementation to optimize the care system.

Slovak HBSC team awarded as the Fenix Volunteer of the Year (FeDoR)

Representatives of the Slovak HBSC study received a significant  award at the Marlene Hotel in Oščadnica on Saturday, November 30, 2019 in the category “feather help” – for cooperation on the project “Health is not a cliché”, which makes the National Report (available in Slovak language at https: // hbscslovakia. files.wordpress.com/2019/06/nar-sprava-zdravie-11_lq.pdf) enriched with children’s statements and the voice of young people.

“Feather help” is awarded to teams that have made a significant contribution to the development of the FÉNIX Children’s Organization and are not members of the FÉNIX Children’s Organization. The award is given by the Slovak Council of FÉNIX.

The event was attended by volunteers and supporters of the children’s organization FÉNIX. The event was accompanied by Deputy Chairman Patrik Herman and with the participation of Mr. Ivan Hromada, Director of Youth Department at Ministry of Education, Science, Research and Sport of the Slovak Republic.

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On the 28th of November, our team-mates  Ivana Skoumalova, Jaroslav Rosenberger and Aurel Zelko attended the Annual Meeting of Healthcare Professionals in Dialysis Services.

On the 28th of November, our team-mates  Ivana Skoumalova, Jaroslav Rosenberger and Aurel Zelko attended the Annual Meeting of Healthcare Professionals in Dialysis Services.

During the coordinator´s meeting in Permon hotel at Podbanske, they presented and discussed the methods and procedures for the second wave of data collection, realized in different dialysis service sites across Slovakia.

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We are delighted that our Care4Youth team was able to attend DIPEx International in Oxford this week.

We are delighted that our Care4Youth team was able to attend this week DIPEx International in Oxford this week.

DIPEx International is an association of expert researchers conducting qualitative research into people’s personal experiences of health and illness. Our mission is to improve understanding of personal health experiences for the benefit of our communities, researchers and the health sector, including healthcare professionals and policy makers.

More information could be found on http://www.dipexinternational.org/

Read the news from the ongoing project IMPACCT in which our department has the opportunity to participate. The project is focused on building professional capacities concerning health literacy in medical and nursing education.

Read the news from the ongoing project IMPACCT in which our department has the opportunity to participate. The project is focused on building professional capacities concerning health literacy in medical and nursing education.

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