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Regulatory Requirements for Food Supplements in the European Union and Bulgaria

/07/2002), p. 0051-0057. 4. Duleva V. [Aspects of regulation of food supplements in the European Union. National Center of Public Health and Analyses], Sofia, 2013 (Article in Bulgarian). 5. FDA. Draft Guidance for Industry: Dietary Supplements: New Dietary Ingredient Notifications and Related Issues. Retrieved January 15, 2013, from .; 2011. 6. European Food Safety Authority. E. Compendium of botanicals reported to contain naturally occurring

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Strengthening of the Blood Safety System in the National Blood Transfusion Service - Implementation of the European Union IPA Project - at the Institute for Transfusion Medicine of the Republic of Macedonia

References 1. WHO: Blood Transfusion Safety. 2. Directive 2002/98/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 January 2003 setting standards of quality and safety for the collection, testing, processing, storage and distribution of human blood and blood components and amending Directive 2001/83/EC. [Official Journal of European Union, L33 of 08/02/2003] 3. Commission Directive 2005/62/EC of 30 September 2005 implementing Directive 2002/98/EC of the European

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Selected determinants of the professional identity of dietitian in the context of legal regulations on the practice of dietitian in Poland and the European Union

położnej podstawowej opieki zdrowotnej (Dz. U. z 2016 r., poz. 1567). 27. [Internet] British Dietetic Association, Birmingham; [cited 2018 Jul 20] Available from: . 28. Directive 2005/36/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 7 September 2005 on the recognition of professional qualifications, article 3, point 1(a). Official Journal of the European Union; L 255/22 30.9.2005. 29. [Internet] Sejm Rzeczypospolitej Polskiej

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Research on Approaches for Regulation of the “Off-label” use of Medicinal Products in the European Union

at: . Last access: 2016/10/27. 10. Guideline on good pharmacovigilance practices (GVP), Annex I – Definitions (Rev 3) Available at: . Last access: 2016/10/27. 11. Legal mandate, procedures – Federal Joint Committee. Available at: . Last access: 2016/10/27. 12. Lenk, C., G. Duttge. Ethical and legal framework and regulation for off-label use: European

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Family Physicians' Opinion: A Survey on Possible Measures for Improving Healthcare in Romania

References 1. Zanoschi G. Sănătate publică şi management sanitar. Iași: Editura DAN; 2003; p.205-220. 2. OECD, Union E. Health at a Glance: Europe 2016. 3. OECD, Systems EOoH, Policies. Romania: Profilul Sănătății în 2017. 4. Ministerul Sănătății, Strategia Nationala de sanatate 2014-2020, [Available from: .

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Emigration as a way to a better future? – plans for international migration among students of the Medical University of Lublin


Introduction. Completing medical studies provides many opportunities. The professional qualifications of doctors are recognized in most hospitals in the European Union and the freedom of movement is conducive to migration abroad. Financial conditions also encourage searching for work in other countries.

Aim. The main purpose of this paper is to present the problem of international migration through the eyes of students of the Medical University of Lublin. We carried out an analysis of the motives and activities which lead students to look for work abroad.

Material and methods. The study was conducted in 2018 using the diagnostic survey method. The 3rd-6th year students of the medical faculty were given the task to fill out an online questionnaire. As many as 63.2% of the 87 respondents were women. The questionnaire included 10 questions regarding the demographic situation of the respondents, their willingness and motives to take up work abroad in the future, and also the actions they are taking to reach that goal (e.g. learning foreign languages).

Results. After completing their medical studies, 32 respondents (36.8%) plan to start working outside of Poland. It was found that men declare a desire to emigrate more often than women (p=0.002). The motivation of people deciding to stay, turned out to be the proximity of their family home, while emigration was motivated mainly by financial reasons (32 people, 100%) and more specialization opportunities (28 people, 87.5%). Germany was the most frequently mentioned migration destination by the respondents. There was a strong relationship between the foreign language which the respondents were learning and their planned direction of emigration (p=0.029, V=0.643).

Conclusions. Foreign emigration is considered by an increasing number of medical students. Third year students also take into account working abroad. Due to the issue of migration, it is necessary to look for strategic actions that will ensure the proper functioning of healthcare in Poland.

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The Incidence of Adolescent Pregnancy at Clinic of Gynecology and Obstetrics of Clinical Center Kragujevac

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The Effect of Sociodemographic Factors on the Patient Satisfaction with Health Care System

REFERENCES 1. Kert S, Švab I, Sever M, Makivić I and Rotar Pavlič D. A cross-sectional study of socio-demographic factors associated with patient access to primary care in Slovenia. International Journal for Equity in Health. 2015; 14: 39. DOI: 10.1186/s12939-015-0166-y 2. Jovanović S, Milovanović S, Mandić J, Jovović S. Sistemi zdravstvene zaštite. Engrami 2015; 1: 1. 3. Legido-Quigley H, McKee M, Nolte E and Glinos IA. Assuring the quality of health care in the European Union - A case for action. WHO - On behalf of the European Observatory on

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

differences in three cohorts in three European countries. 2 Methods 2.1 Study Population and Design A longitudinal study was performed between January and September 2018 among public service professionals in Spain, Monte Negro and Bosnia and Herzegovina (B&H). We assessed the influence of ageing and gender to work ability among public sector employees (in three various European countries: Spain (country in Europe Union), Monte Negro and B&H (countries in South East Europe region). We compared national and gender differences of work ability in older employees aged

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Employed family caregivers in health care: from a logic of care to a logic of reconciliation / Berufstätige Angehörige im Gesundheitswesen: Von der Versorgungslogik zur Vereinbarkeitslogik

Schweizerisches Rotes Kreuz (Ed.), Gesundheit und Integration - Beiträge aus Theorie und Praxis. Who Cares? Pflege und Solidarität in der alternden Gesellschaft (pp. 162-184). Zürich: Seismo. Bohnsack, R. (2003). Rekonstruktive Sozialforschung: Einführung in qualitative Methoden (5th ed.). Opladen: Leske + Budrich. Colombo, F., Llena-Nozal, A., Mercier, J., & Tjadens, F. (2011). Help Wanted?: Providing and paying for long-term care. Paris: OECD. Courtin, E., Jemiai, N., & Mossialos, E. (2014). Mapping support policies for informal carers across the European

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