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Social medicine - Serbian Journal of the Medical Chamber

A review of job satisfaction surveys in health care

INTRODUCTION The notion and development of the concept of job satisfaction There is no universally accepted definition of job satisfaction, due to the fact that, under the influence of different factors, in different persons, personal characteristics, needs, values, feelings, expectations, and other...

Assessing different determinants influencing the death outcome resulting from acute coronary syndrome in patients treated in the coronary unit of the General hospital in Valjevo, and their differences

INTRODUCTION Cardiovascular diseases are the leading cause of morbidity and mortality, both in developed and developing countries of the world. Globally, every year, 17.9 million people die due to this type of pathology [1]. The main cause of life years lost, both globally and in every individual...

Health personnel and the reform of primary health care in Montenegro

INTRODUCTION The evaluations of the health care reforms conducted across Europe, in the period after the 1980s and the 1990s, have highlighted the complexity of reform processes, the achievements, and the challenges which countries have faced during the implementation of reforms [1,2,3]. The health...

Mortality of health workers during the COVID-19 pandemic

MORTALITY OF HEALTH WORKERS DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC Today, there is enough evidence that the COVID-19 pandemic most severely affects countries with socially specific contexts [1,2], and in them, marginalized citizens, population groups with the least economic resources available, as well as...

Unmet dental health care needs in Serbia

INTRODUCTION Unmet needs of patients for health care are defined as ‘the difference between health services that are considered necessary for a particular health problem and services that are received’ [1]. Unmet dental health care needs can be an indicator of equity of access to dental health care...

Utilization of baby-friendly services in maternity wards in Serbia

INTRODUCTION Guided by the importance of breastfeeding for the longevity and health of newborns and infants, the World Health Organization (WHO) adopted an internationally agreed upon Code of Ethics (International Code of Marketing of Breast-Milk Substitutes) which explains to the public, health...

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