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Evaluation of access to long-term care services for old people ageing in place in Slovenia

satisfaction with access to utilization of services. Med Care. 1984;22:553-68. 10.1097/00005650-198406000-00006 Thomas JW Penchansky R. Relating satisfaction with access to utilization of services Med Care 1984 22 553 68 3 Anderson R, editor. Quality of life in Europe: impacts of the crisis. Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union, 2012. Anderson R Quality of life in Europe impacts of the crisis Luxembourg Publications Office of the European Union 2012 4 Colombo F, Ana LN, Jérôme M, Frits T. OECD health policy studies. Help wanted? Providing and paying for

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Smoking behaviors in Kosova: Results of steps survey

smoking initiation in Slovenia. Zdr Varst 2015; 54: 274-81. Koprivnikar H Korošec A. Age at smoking initiation in Slovenia Zdr Varst 2015 54 274 81 23 Martínez-Sánchez JM, Fernández E, Fu M, Gallus S, Martínez C, Sureda X et al. Smoking behaviour, involuntary smoking, attitudes towards smoke-free legislations, and tobacco control activities in the European Union. PLoS One. 2010; 5: e13881. 10.1371/journal.pone.0013881 Martínez-Sánchez JM Fernández E Fu M Gallus S Martínez C Sureda X et al. Smoking behaviour, involuntary smoking, attitudes

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Determinants of Unmet Needs Among Slovenian Old Population

J, Perenboom R, Jagger C. Monitoring population disability: evaluation of a new Global Activity Limitation Indicator (GALI). Soz Praventiv Med. 2006; 51: 153–61. 10.1007/s00038-006-0035-y van Oyen H Van der Heyden J Perenboom R Jagger C Monitoring population disability: evaluation of a new Global Activity Limitation Indicator (GALI) Soz Praventiv Med. 2006 51 153 61 28. Prince MJ, Reischies F, Beekman AT, Fuhrer R, Jonker C, Kivela SL. et al. Development of the EURO-D scale--a European, Union initiative to compare symptoms of depression in 14 European centres

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Management of frailty at individual level – clinical management: Systematic literature review

declare that no conflicts of interest exist. Funding : This publication arises from the Joint Action ‘724099 / ADVANTAGE’, which has received funding from the European Union’s Health Programme (2014–2020). The content of this report represents the views of the author only and is his/her sole responsibility; it cannot be considered to reflect the views of the European Commission and/or the Consumers, Health, Agriculture and Food Executive Agency or any other body of the European Union. The European Commission and the Agency do not accept any responsibility for

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Impact of adverse childhood experiences on alcohol use in emerging adults in Montenegro and Romania

of interest. Ethical approval : The study protocol was approved by the Ethical Committees of the respective countries ( 18 , 19 ). References 1 Rehm J. The risks associated with alcohol use and alcoholism. Alcohol Res Health. 2011;34:135-43. Rehm J The risks associated with alcohol use and alcoholism Alcohol Res Health 2011 34 135 43 2 Anderson P, Moller L, Galea G, editors. Alcohol in the European Union: consumption, harm and policy approaches. Copenhagen: WHO Regional Office for Europe, 2012. Anderson P Moller L Galea G

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Socio-demographic factors associated with smoking habits among university students in Belgrade, Serbia

1 Introduction According to the World Health Organization (WHO) data from 2008, 5.4 million deaths each year were attributed to tobacco ( 1 ). This number had risen to over 7 million annually by 2015 ( 2 ). WHO estimates that tobacco kills up to half of its users globally ( 3 ), and the same death rate is reported in 2014 by the European Commission for the European Union (EU) countries, where 50% of smokers die prematurely (14 years earlier on average) ( 4 ). Average smoking rates are declining globally (WHO: 24% in 2007 – 21% in 2015) ( 2 ), but the number

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Barriers to Screening and Possibilities for Active Detection of Family Medicine Attendees Exposed to Intimate Partner Violence

Bernstein D Adult health status of women HMO members with histories of childhood abuse and neglect Am J Med 1999 107 332 9 71. European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights. Violence against women: an EU wide survey, Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union, 2014. Available April 20, 2014 from: http:// fra.europa.eu/sites/default/files/fra-2014-vaw-survey-at-a-glanceapr14_ en.pdf. European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights. Violence against women: an EU wide survey, Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union, 2014 Available April 20, 2014 from

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Management of frailty at individual level: Narrative review of physical activity from the European perspective of joint action on frailty – JA advantage

present the results of a narrative literature review and data analysis focusing on physical activity in the context of managing frailty at an individual level. For the purposes of this research, a literature review method was used. The method proved to be appropriate and the aim was achieved. Conflict of interest Conflicts of interest None. Funding This publication arises from the Joint Action ‘724099 / ADVANTAGE’, which has received funding from the European Union’s Health Programme (2014–2020). The content of this report represents the views of

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The development of a consensus definition for healthcare improvement science (HIS) in seven European countries: A consensus methods approach

The research was financed by the European Union funded ERASMUS Lifelong Learning Project, ISTEW: Improvement Science Training for European Healthcare Workers (Project No. 539194-LLP-1-2013-1-UK-ERASMUS-EQR) Acknowledgements This article was written on behalf of the Improvement Science Training for European Healthcare Workers (ISTEW) project team. We would like to acknowledge the contributions of Professor Julita Sansoni, Dr Elisabetta Corvo, Dr Alan Taylor, Dr Katrina Ritters, Magdalena Glowacka, Dr Traian Mihaescu, Dr Radu Crisan, Dr Maria Josefa Cabanero

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Patients’ perception of differences in general practitioners’ attitudes toward immigrants compared to the general population: Qualicopc Slovenia

in certain sectors (e. g., construction) that cannot be satisfied by Slovenian labour market. Second, Slovenia’s admission to the European Union (EU) has encouraged migration of EU citizens and family reunification (secondary migration of family members to Slovenia) (16) . On January 1st, 2014 there were 96,608 immigrants registered in Slovenia which, according to the data provided by the Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia, comprised 4.7% of all Slovenian residents. In this share, men predominate (67.2%). However, the proportion of female immigrants

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