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of Advanced Nursing, 68(7), 1567-1578. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2648.2012.05968.x Borrill, C., West, M. A., Shapiro, D., & Rees, A. (2000). Team working and effectiveness in health care. British Journal of Health Care, 6(8), 364-371. doi: 10.12968/bjhc.2000.6.8.19300 Boselie, P., Paauwe, J., & Richardson, R. (2003). Human resource management, institutionalization and organizational performance: a comparison of hospitals. International Journal of Human Resource Management, 14(8), 1407-1429. doi: 10.1080/0958519032000145828 Buchelt, B. (2007). Realizacja funkcji

Introduction Hospitals are known to use many products. The hospital staff responsible for managing products are constantly handling supply shortages and other logistical problems and challenges ( Tucker & Edmondson, 2003 ). To avoid supply shortages and improve cost control, many studies focused on optimising hospital inventory. Examples of such studies can be seen in the work by Varghese, Rossetti, Pohl, Apras, and Marek (2012) and Kritchanchai and Meesamut (2015) . The latter identified potential cost savings of 14%. Besides this research on savings, it was

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individual ( 12 , 13 ), for the organisation ( 9 , 10 ) and for the patient ( 14 , 15 , 16 ), we decided that the study would aim to examine well-being and satisfaction among nurses in Slovenian hospitals and to identify the related demographic factors. While some studies carried out in various healthcare organisations have examined nurses’ job satisfaction, there has not yet been a study of the factors determining nurses’ psychological and subjective well-being in Slovenia. 2 METHODS 2.1 Study and Data Collection A descriptive cross-sectional study was used. All

, Lauro Carlos (1992), Anatomia dos edifícios hospitalares , São Paulo: Cedas. MULÉ, Cinzia (2015), “Jardines terapéuticos”, Consensus , vol.20, nº 2, pp.139-1955. . NORDENSON, Catherine Seavitt (2018). Depositions: Roberto Burle Marx and Public Landscapes under Dictatorship . Austin: University of Texas Press. “O Hospital Moderno: o conforto físico pela higiene o conforto moral pela arte” (1909), A Ilustração Brazilieira , Rio de Janeiro, ano I, n.3, pp.54-55. OLIVEIRA

years of existence of the Military Hospital in Skopje. Vojnosanit. Pregled. 1975; 32(1): 3.7. 7. Sivic A. Skopje evacuation-receiver and some organizational issues. Vojnosanit. Pregled. 1964; 7.8: 456. 62. 8. Funtek M. Some experiences from the organization of health care in the devastated Skopje. Vojnosanit. Pregled. 1964; 7.8: 448.55. 9. Papo I. Skopje disaster a lesson and a warning. Vojnosanit. Pregled. 1964; 7.8: 439.45. 10. Sokolovski B. Work of the bacteriological laboratories after the devastating earthquake in Skopje. Vojnosanit. Pregled. 1964; 7.8: 499


Within the secondary impacts of electricity blackouts, it is necessary to pay attention to facilities providing medical care for the population, namely the hospitals. Hospitals represent a key position in the provision of health care also in times of crisis. These facilities must provide constant care; it is therefore essential that the preparedness of such facilities is kept at a high level. The basic aim of this article is to analyse the preparedness of hospitals to power outages (power failures, blackouts) within a pilot study. On that basis, a SWOT analysis is used to determine strengths and weaknesses of the system of preparedness of hospitals to power outages and solutions for better security of hospitals are defined. The sample investigated consists of four hospitals founded by the Regional Authority (hospitals Nos. 1-4) and one hospital founded by the Ministry of Health of the Czech Republic (hospital No. 5). The results of the study shows that most weaknesses of the preparedness of hospitals are represented by inadequately addressed reserves of fuel for the main backup power supply, poor knowledge of employees who are insufficiently retrained, and old backup power supplies (even 35 years in some cases).

36 The discussion presented in his article is the effect of the research project conducted by dr Joanna Jończyk – “Developing pro-innovation organizational culture in public hospitals” – financed from the funds allocated to the project NCN 2011/03/B/HS4/0454 and the research project conducted by dr Beata Buchelt – “Human capital management in hospitals” – financed from the funds allocated to the project NCN 2013/11/B/HS4/01062. References Abu-doleh J., Weir D. (2007), Dimensions of Performance Appraisal Systems in Jordanian Private and Public Organizations

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