Zaključak 189. Gerontološke tribine, 15%-tno izdvajanje za obvezno zdravstveno osiguranje
Na 189. Gerontološkoj tribini, sazvanoj 18. veljače 2014. godine, u Centru za gerontologiju Zavoda za javno zdravstvo "Dr. Andrija Štampar", na temu, Izokinetička dijagnostika i rehabilitacija u prevenciji i liječenju bolesti zglobova i mišića u gerijatrijskih bolesnika, donesen je između ostalih i zaključak od iznimnog značenja o vrednovanju zaštite zdravljaza njezinu dostupnost, učinkovitost i racionalnost rastuće gerijatrijske potrošnje.
Prof. dr. sc. Mate Ljubičić uvidio je problem i ponudio rješenje koje bi unaprijedilo cijeli sustav zaštite zdravlja alarmantno, rastućeg starijeg pučanstva. Obzirom da je pružanje primjerene zdravstvene zaštite uvjetovano nedostatkom novčanih sredstava, a istovremeno uvažavajući objektivna ograničenja u punjenju središnjeg državnog proračuna, predlaže se 15%-tno izdvajanje za obvezno zdravstveno osiguranje.
Na taj način stekli bi se uvjeti da Hrvatski zavod za zdravstveno osiguranje može izvršavati svoj dio obveza prema zdravstvenim ustanovama kao i prema osiguranicima, poglavito gerijatrijskim.
Poštovane/i stručnjaci u zaštiti zdravlja starijih osoba, pozivamo Vas na
190. GERONTOLOŠKU TRIBINU
Nove spoznaje u prevenciji, dijagnostici, liječenju i rehabilitaciji moždanog udara
u starijih osoba
Akademkinja VIDA DEMARIN
190. GERONTOLOŠKA TRIBINA održati će se,
u utorak , 18. ožujka 2014.,
od 13,00 do 14,30 sati, u Velikoj dvorani Zavoda za javno zdravstvo "Dr Andrija Štampar", Mirogojska 16, Zagreb.
Hrvatska liječnička komora, Hrvatska komora medicinskih sestara i Hrvatska komora fizioterapeuta, boduje 190. Gerontološku tribinu. Stručnjacima drugih specijalnosti biti će podijeljene potvrdnice Centra za gerontologiju ZJZ "Dr. Andrija Štampar". Iza rasprave pozivamo Vas na domjenak zdrave hrane.
Zahvaljujemo se na odzivu, uz kolegijalne pozdrave,
Dr. Zvonimir Šostar
Novosti iz Europskog Centra za Socijalnu Skrb & Istraživanja, Veljača 2014.
What is it about? Research
Updated data base on poverty and inequality in Europe
The political and policy consequences of population aging
Seventh Diversity Ball, 17 May, Vienna Past Events
International Seminar: Skills and Inequality
Long-term Care: Who should provide it, who would buy it and why it matters
Wanted: Ways of transforming long-term care in Europe Job advertisement - Health Economist / Health Policy Analyst
We are looking for a researcher to work on a broad range of issues of health economics and health and social policy in an international comparative perspective, including effectiveness and efficiency of health care services, cross-border health care issues in the European Union, and health care performance measurement. Please note that the closing date for applying for our vacancy "Health Economist / Health Policy Analyst" is 20 March 2014. Please consult our job description.
Updated data base on poverty and inequality in Europe The on-line data base of the Social Situation Monitor has now been updated on the European Commission website. These research findings include comparative analyses across the EU of income inequality, the risk of poverty, material deprivation, the distribution of wealth, and non-monetary aspects of well-being. They are based to a large extent on the EU-SILC (Statistics on Income and Living Conditions) and they extend the periodic studies produced by Eurostat. The European Centre team with Katrin Gasior and Orsolya Lelkes prepared the analysis on the risk of poverty across Europe (see our project page).
The political and policy consequences of population aging Why do we need more theoretically complex approaches to understand the political and policy consequences of population aging? Pieter Vanhuysse has contributed two entries on this question at Oxford's Openpop.org academic blog on global population issues and at the University of Duisburg's Aus der Wissenschaft für die Politik (in German) blog. These academic collaborative blogs aim to maximise the economic and social impact of social science research through engagement with policymakers, the media and other stakeholders.
Seventh Diversity Ball, 17 May, Vienna The Diversity Ball takes place since 2007 and pursues one goal: one night long all men should celebrate together - regardless of religion, income, with or without disability, skin colour and national origin, sexual orientation, age, gender or language. Diversity can and should be lived! Differences are welcomed and perceived as enrichment. The Diversity Ball carries our philosophy of inclusion to the outside and is Vienna's only event that brings together all its diversity communities. People and personalities from business, politics, culture, society, the social sector and the media world meet in diversity in practice.
International Seminar: Skills and Inequality What is the role of vocational skills in the 21st century? Professor Marius Busemeyer (University of Konstanz) gave an EC international seminar on the political economy of education reforms in western Welfare states. The first part of the seminar explained the emergence of different education development paths by highlighting the role of partisan politics in interaction with different institutional contexts. The second part discussed how educational institutions affect contemporary patterns of social inequality and popular attitudes towards education policy and the welfare state. Download full paper of the presentation at the event website.
Long-term Care: Who should provide it, who would buy it and why it matters The Swedish welfare state, known for its universal system and comprehensive entitlements, has seen a sharp increase of private providers in long-term care in the last two decades which triggered a heated public debate on quality across different providers and users' choice. In a workshop held in the context of the "Make or Buy" project commissioned by the Swedish Ministry of Health and Social Affairs on 29 January 2014 in Stockholm, the European Centre's team discussed implications of privatisation and individualization of care services on competition, choice and quality of care with Swedish long-term care experts. For the final report and policy briefs that will soon become available, please keep an eye on our website and newsletter.
Contact: Ricardo Rodrigues and Juliane Winkelmann
Wanted: Ways of Transforming Long-term Care in Europe It is one of the questions at the centre of many policy debates in Europe how to transform older people's longer life expectancy into active and health life years. In an international symposium, ways of coordination between Member States were explored to implement a sustainable plan for long-term care. Aspects of jobs in the sector, quality standards, as well as data collection and financing were discussed in a panel debate, in which Andrea Schmidt took part together with representatives from DG Health and Consumers (European Commission) and other renowned European stakeholders in Brussels.