Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs) are at the top of many agendas in international public health practice and research area these days. Recently, many public health organizations established partnerships with the private sector, for particular research activities; World Bank and WHO are greeting and encouraging these partnerships through their own funding schemes. Literature review shows that this […]
The first report gives a general overview about Health Information Activities, which are typically related to physical activity and nutrition. The second report focuses on available health information on lifestyle determinants of obesity in children.
The overall goal of the project is contribution towards harmonization of occupational medicine curriculum in Eastern European countries and improvement of the occupational health knowledge transfer to other stakeholders in work and health.
The project Patient Rights as a Policy Issue is aimed at analysis of the patients’ rights policies and the level and quality of their implementation in different national contexts, as well as in the light of different ethnical groups, especially focusing on the Roma population, as the most disadvantaged and socially excluded, and the ones that suffer most inequality and discrimination.
The Dictionary on Public Health was presented at the Regional Conference on Public Health Education which took place in Ohrid, May 18-21, 2006. It is one of the first books on public health in the country, aiming to assist the understanding of main public health concepts.
The translation of “The New Public Health” by Theodore Tulchinsky and Elena Varavikova (Academic Press, 2000) is the first official textbook of the Graduate Center-School of Public Health, Faculty of Medicine at the University of Skopje.