The Journal of Health Sciences Management and Public Health is published quarterly
in English with Georgian summaries for each article.
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Journal of Health Sciences Management and Public Health
Health Care Reforms
CONTEMPORARY TENDENCIES OF DEVELOPING URGENT
SURGICAL AID IN AJARA
Mamuka Nakashidze, Otar Gerzmava
CHALLENGING HEALTHCARE SYSTEM SUSTAINABILITY IN OMAN
Ali A. Al Dhawi, Daniel J. West
Ethical Problems of Health Care
PROBLEMS TO USING OF STANDARDS TO ETHICS IN SCIENTIFIC
Josef Dolista, Miroslav Sapík, Jozef Novotný
SOME ETHICAL PROBLEMS OF PHARMACOTHERAPEUTICS
Jozef Novotný, Miloš Velemínský, Otar Gerzmava
Medical and Social Problems of the Maternity and Child HealthCare
CHILDREN AND DIVORCES
LEVEL OF INFORMATION OF PARENTS OF PRE-SCHOOL CHILDREN
ABOUT PREVENTION OF ACCIDENTS AND INTOXICATIONS
MONITORING OF CHILD ACCIDENT INCIDENCE IN THE TOWN
OF TØEBOÒ IN 2005
INFANT MORTALITY IN THE CZECH REPUBLIC
Renata Klufová, Marek Šulista
ACCIDENT RISK OF CHILDREN AND YOUTH IN SOUTH
IMPLEMENTATION OF PREVENTIVE ACTIVITIES ACCORDING
TO THE METHODOLOGY OF THE WORLD HEALTH
ORGANIZATION’S PROJECT „SAFE COMMUNITY”
MANAGEMENT OF PREGNANCY WITH PREMATURE RUPTURE OF
Miloš Velemínský, P. Sák
OUR AGING WORLD: A GLOBAL COMPARISON OF FORMAL AND
Bridget A. Dougherty, Dr. Daniel West, Jr.,
SENIORS’ ACCIDENTS IN THE REGION OF SOUTH BOHEMIA
AGE-DEPENDENT DRUG SELECTION AND RESPONSE
Jozef Novotný, Daniel J. West, Jr., Miloš Velemínský
SOCIAL SECURITY OF SENIORS IN THE CZECH REPUBLIC
Vilém Kahoun, Martin Šimák
THE POSITION OF A NURSE IN A COMPLEX NURSING PROCESS IN
Jozef Haring, Jozef Novotný, Jaroslav Stanèiak, Daniel J, West, Jr.
NURSING PROCESS AS THE BASIC METHOD OF NURSING CARE IN
CZECH HEALTH CARE AND HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE WARD
Valérie Tóthová, Jozef Novotný & Gabriela Sedláková
Medical and Social Problems of Rehabilitation
SUMMER INTEGRATION CANISTHERAPEUTIC CAMP
CANISTHERAPY AS SUPPORTING REHABILITATION METHOD
IN CZECH REPUBLIC
EVALUATION OF INTEGRATION SUMMER CANISTHERAPEUTIC
CAMPS IN THE YEARS 2004 AND 2005
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