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Perceived work ability index of public service employees in relation to ageing and gender: A comparison in three European countries

-olds ( 12 ). Work ability decreases with age even among the healthy ( 13 ). Work ability significantly decreased with age among the women. Also, the ageing trend of WAI is different, depending on the sector of the economy. Work ability seems to be lower in farming and agriculture, the wood industry, the metal industry and transport, as well as in social services and in some countries among teachers (public sector) ( 14 ). The present study therefore aims at examining perception of work ability and its dimensions of public service employees aged 55 and older and gender

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Health care reforms

of the economy or the degree of support from key stakeholders. Radical changes based on ideology may not be politically and technically sustainable in the long term. An incremental approach may lead to more socially sustainable policies in the long term, especially in less stable political and economic environments (1) . The best approach depends on country specific circumstances, but flexibility is recommended to be built into the implementation process; e.g. a combination of “big-bang” approach to pass the legislation and steady implementation within health

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The role of cultural capital in producing good health: a propensity score study / Vpliv kulturnega kapitala na zdravje: študija nagnjenja

://www.euro.who.int/__data/ assets/pdf_file/0004/134671/e94805.pdf 11. Kamin T, Berzelak N, Ule M. Vpliv izobrazbe na razlike med spoloma v prisotnosti simptomov depresije v Sloveniji. Zdrav Var 2012; 51: 33-42. 12. Idler EL, Benyamini Y. Self-rated health and mortality: a review of twenty-seven community studies. J Health Soc Behav 1997; 38: 21-37. 13. Bourdieu P. The forms of capital. In: Halsey AH, Lauder H, Brown P, Stuart Wells A, editors. Education: culture, economy, and society. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1997: 46-58. 14

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Balancing equity and efficiency through health care policies in Slovenia during the period 1990-2008

Maria Skļodowska-Curie Memorial Cancer Center and Institute of Oncology; 2008. Poglavje 4: Prebivalstvo. V: Statistični letopis 2008. Ljubljana: Statistični urad Republike Slovenije, 2008. Gini coefficient by country. Accessed on 11 Aug 2009 at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_by_income_equality Rohac D. Why Did the Austro-Hungarian Empire Collapse? A Public Choice Perspective. Constitutional Political Economy. Letno poročilo Zavoda za zdravstveno

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The influence of education on differences in depressive symptoms between men and women in Slovenia

al. Educational inequalities in avoidable mortality in Europe. J Epidemiol Community Health 2010; 4: 913-920. Bourdieu P. The forms of capital. In: Halsey AH, Lauder H, Brown P, Stuart Wells A, editors. Education, culture, economy, and society. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1986/1997: 46-58. Kamin T, Tivadar B. Kapital(i) in zdravje. Teor Praksa 2011 (forthcoming). ESS - European social survey: ESS3 2006 documentation report. Bergen: Norwegian Social Science Data Services, 2011

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Speaking allowed: the political voice of public health

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Women, work and health / Ženske, delo in zdravje

. Ljubljana: Faculty for social sciences, 2012. 33. Doyal L. What makes women sick: gender and the political economy of health. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers Uni Press, 1995.

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Current regulatory and market environment for biosimilars in Serbia

-5. 16. Pejovic G, Filipovic J, Tasic Lj. How to remove barriers to medicines trade in emerging economies: the role of medicines regulatory authority in Serbia. Accred Qual Assur 2011; 16: 253-61. 17. Business Monitor International. Serbia pharmaceuticals and healthcare report Q1 2013. Available February 10, 2013 at: http:// www.marketresearch.com/Business-Monitor-International-v304/Serbia-Pharmaceuticals-Healthcare-Q1-7308777/. 18. Adamski J, Godman B, Ofierska-Sujkowska G, Wendykowska K, Laius O, Jan S et al. Risk sharing arrangements

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Empirical evaluation of a conceptual model for the perceived value of health services

1 Introduction In recent decades, the entire world economy has seen a rise in the importance of services due to their ever-increasing share in national GDPs, especially in the so-called emerging economies, such as Slovenia. This trend is reflected in the vast number of research projects that are service-focused ( 1 ). Perceived service value and its antecedents and consequences are considered important in industries with higher customer involvement ( 2 ), where the relationship and cooperation between the provider and the customer are of high significance

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Antenatal characteristics of Roma female population in Virovitica-Podravina County, Croatia

Virovitica for Medical Ethics. References 1 Clébert JP. Cigani. Zagreb: Stvarnost, 1967. Clébert JP. Cigani Zagreb Stvarnost 1967 2 Grellmann HM. Dissertation on the Gipsies, being an historical enquiry, concerning the manner of life, economy, customs and conditions of these people in Europe, and their origin, 2005. Available December 16, 2014 from: http://books.google.hr/books?id=s8_AAAAMAAJ&print-sec=frontcover&dq=inauthor:%22Heinrich+Moritz+Gottlieb+Grell-mann%22&hl=hr&sa=X&ei=wU7YUvBej8yPumYHoAw&ved=0CC0Q6A-EwAA#v=onepage&q&f=false Grellmann HM

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