Daniela Husárová Brindová, PhD. (1987) received her Master degree in Psychology (Faculty of Medicine, PJ Safarik University in Košice), PhD. in Public Health (Faculty of Medicine, PJ Safarik University in Košice), as well as in Health sciences (University of Groningen, The Netherlands). During her university studies and after graduation she worked in the psychosocial centre in work position of psychologist where she worked especially with school-aged children. Currently, she is a senior researcher at the Department of Health Psychology, Faculty of Medicine, PJ Safarik University in Košice. Currently, she is a senior researcher at the Department of Health Psychology, Faculty of Medicine, PJ Safarik University in Košice. Currently, she is involved in Care4Youth study oriented on healthy development of children and adolescents with emotional and behavioural problems paying particular attention to their trajectory in the system of care. Her research focuses on psychosocial development and determinants of health in social context of vulnerable group of school-aged children. She is also focused on research in health psychology and public health with particular focus on family culture in the context of psychosocial determinants in healthy adolescents. She participates in projects of national research and scientific agencies (APVV, VEGA). In addition, she is a member of national and international team within Health Behaviour in School-aged children study (HBSC), and member of European Health Psychology Society.
Selected scientific activities and projects:
|2017 – 2020||Health literacy in a school-aged children as a part of education process in schools and the outcome of school based health education, VEGA 1/0427/17|
|2016 – 2020||Psychosocial development of children with emotional and behavioural disorders in the system of care – longitudinal study. APVV-15-0012|
|2013 – 2015||Health and health-related behaviour within social context in adolescence APVV-0032-11|
|2014 – present||Psychosocial development of health disadvantaged school-aged children VEGA 1/0895/14|