|Naziv kolegija||Social Medicine and Introduction to Medicine|
prof. dr. sc. Aida Mujkić-Klarić, Voditelj predmeta
izv. prof. dr. sc. Danijela Štimac Grbić, Suvoditelj predmeta
prof. dr. sc. Gordana Pavleković, Nastavnik
doc. dr. sc. Krešimir Bulić, Nastavnik
prof. dr. sc. Selma Šogorić, Nastavnik
prof. dr. sc. Vesna Jureša, Nastavnik
doc. dr. sc. Mislav Čavka, Nastavnik
izv. prof. dr. sc. Milan Stanojević, Nastavnik
doc. dr. sc. Zlata Ožvačić Adžić, Nastavnik
Dorja Vočanec, dr. med., Nastavnik
izv. prof. dr. sc. Jurica Vuković, Nastavnik
izv. prof. dr. sc. Zvonko Šošić, Nastavnik
izv. prof. dr. sc. Ana Borovečki, Nastavnik
dr. sc. Ana Ivičević Uhernik, Nastavnik
izv. prof. dr. sc. Darko Antičević, Nastavnik
izv. prof. dr. sc. Hrvoje Tiljak, Nastavnik
izv. prof. dr. sc. Tomislav Luetić, Nastavnik
dr. sc. Marjeta Majer, Nastavnik
prof. dr. sc. Željko Metelko, Nastavnik
doc. dr. sc. Vera Musil, Nastavnik
doc. dr. sc. Aleksandar Džakula, Nastavnik
doc. dr. sc. Ognjen Brborović, Nastavnik
|Studij||Medicina (na engleskom jeziku)|
|Opće napomene o predmetu i organizaciji nastave||
The aim of the course is to provide students with a basic knowledge and understanding of social aspects of health and disease. The students learn about interdependent relations between health status and social, ecological, and heritable factors. The students learn about the range of health care measures: basic methods of health promotion and prevention, prevention and treatment of diseases, and rehabilitation. They learn how to recognize and solve major health problems in a community and in population groups. They also adopt the basic principle of health care organization and learn on elements/participants and institutions of a health care system.
The topics covered by the course are: development of social medicine; definitions of health and disease; interrelations between health and social problems on a national and a global level; demographical indicators (vital statistics), population policy, and family planning; primary and secondary social groups and their impact on health and disease; specifics of lifecycle phases, with an emphasis on problems of the youth; socio-medical problems; health behavior and health education; the health care system: the range of its measures, institutions and workers, teamwork, private and public practice.
INTRODUCTION TO MEDICINE
The course provides the students with basic medical terms and definitions. The students learn about the origins and the development of medicine, and its achievements over history. They also study the learning methods in medicine, phases of studying, and express their expectations and challenges regarding the medical studies. They learn about the development of modern medical science and principles of the medical profession, as well as about the possibilities and needs for employment (range of posts), postgraduate education, specialization, and promotion.
The course encompasses these topics: definitions of medicine and related terms (illness, sickness, impairment, disability, handicap, etc); insight into the past of medicine: natural, humanistic/social, and organizational science bases of medicine; learning methods in medicine, types of medical schools; the principles and the criteria of the medical profession, duties of medical professionals, physician’s position in society, the range of medical specialization and other ways of continuing education; basic principles of medical ethics and human rights.
Lectures (L): 20 h
Seminars (S): 40 s
Total: 60 h
|Plan i satnica||
A. Andrija Štampar School of Public Health, School of Medicine, University of Zagreb, Rockefeller Street 4, Department for social medicine and organization of health care
NOTE: Students can’t miss first three days of the course because of the seminar themes preparation. Please make sure to apply for your exam in time ie at least 8 days before it is scheduled!!!
Lectures will take place in Hall: B
Seminars will take place in halls: B, D and T
Detels R, Beaglehole R, Lansang MA, Gulliford M editors. Oxford Textbook of Public Health, 5th ed. Oxford University Press, New York 2011.
2. Social determinants of health. The solid facts - WHO/Europe
3. Additional literature will be assigned individually during the seminar preparations according to the seminar theme.