Lucia Bosáková

Bosakova

Lucia Bosáková, PhD (1983) received her Master degree as well as PhD. in Economics and Corporate Management (Faculty of Business Economy in Košice, University of Economics in Bratislava). She also completed a year of study at École Supérieure de Commerce et Management in Poitiers, France. At present time, she is researcher at the Department of Health Psychology, Medical Faculty of P.J. Šafárik University in Košice and at the same time assistant professor at the Faculty of Business Economy in Košice, University of Economics in Bratislava. In the past she was also Vice-dean for Development, Projects, Informatization and Public Relations at the Faculty of Business Economy in Košice, University of Economics in Bratislava. Her research is focused on public health with particular focus on health inequalities and socio-economic determinants of health as well as on health economics and healthcare management.

lucia.bosakova@upjs.sk

Selected scientific activities and projects:

2017 – 2021 How to use health literacy profiles in improvement of chronic
disease management, APVV-16-0490
2013 – present Member of Focus Group Social Inequalities within Health Behaviour in School-aged children study
2012 – present Member of national team within Health Behaviour in School-aged children study
2015 – 2018 Trajectory of children and adolescents with emotional and behavioural problems within the social and health care system. A longitudinal study. VEGA 1/0981/15
2015 – 2017 Project EURO-HEALTHY – “Shaping EUROpean policies to promote HEALTH equitY”, Grant agreement no. 643398
2011 – 2015 Project SOPHIE HEALTH-F3-2011-278173 – Evaluating the impact of structural policies on health inequalities and their social determinants and fostering change was realised within 7th Framework programme, HEALTH.2011.3.3-1 Developing methodologies to reduce inequities in the determinants of health
2011 – 2015 Health and health-related behaviour within social context in adolescence APVV-0032-11

Publications:

SSCI

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Dissertations