Miriama Lacková Rebičová, MSc. (1987) graduated master degree in the field of social work on The Catholic University in Ružomberok in 2011. Before and during her study she was working as voluntary animator in an organization eRko and in an organization Úsmev ako dar. She participated on project Dobrá Novina and on organisation of summer camps for children. After her study she worked as officer in Central Office of Labour, Social Affairs and Family. After that she started to work in Austrian social system as a home health visitor.
She is currently working as the junior researcher at the Department of Health Psychology on Medical Faculty in Košice on the longitudinalcohort study project – Trajectory of children and adolescents with emotional and behavioral problems within the health system. She is a member of qualitative study Care4Youth (cooperation with stakeholders, concept maping). She also take a part in project Health Behaviour of School-aged Children study (HBSC) which focuses on health and health-related behaviour among school-aged children within their social context (preparation of data collection and part of National report HBSC Slovakia 2017/2018, participation in focus groups). She participates in projects of national research and scientific agencies (APVV, VEGA). In addition, she is a member of European Health Psychology Society. She participates on national and internationl conferences in developement Health, Public Health and Social Care. Her PhD thesis is focused on research of adverse childhood experiences among adolescents with emotional and behavioural problems.
Selected scientific activities and projects:
|2019 – 2023||Generation Z – New challenges in youth development. APVV-18-0070|
|2016 – 2020||Psychosocial development of children with emotional and behavioural disorders in the system of care – longitudinal study. APVV-15-0012|
|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|