Clinical Social Work and Health Intervention

Clinical Social Work and Health Intervention
Clinical Social Work and Health Intervention
Clinical Social Work and Health Intervention
Clinical Social Work and Health Intervention
Clinical Social Work and Health Intervention
Clinical Social Work and Health Intervention
Clinical Social Work and Health Intervention
Clinical Social Work and Health Intervention
Clinical Social Work and Health Intervention
CSW
international scientific group of applied preventive medicine I - gap vienna, austria

ISSN 2076-9741/Online

ISSN 2222-386X/Print

Yearly Archives: 2016

Journal 4/2016 Vol. 7


University-Based Partnerships: Designing Short Term Study Abroad Opportunities for Graduate Students   Drought in Brazil: a hidden Public Health Disaster   Prevent Depression: Improving Access to Brazil’s Mental Health Services   An Assessment of Equity in the Brazilian Healthcare System: Redistribution of Healthcare Professionals to Address Inequities in Remote and Rural Healthcare   HIV Prevention in Brazil   Does Brazil’s Decentralized System Improve Primary Care with the Family Health Program?   Low Cost Approaches to Improve Quality of Life & Access […]

Journal 3/2016 Vol. 7


Longitudinal survey of ATB resistance reversibility in children with AIDS of genocide in Cambodia   Are Migrants from the Middle East Carriers of Multi-resistant Bacteria?   Reversibility of antibiotic resistance on country level – how long does it take? (letter)   Screen or Not to Screen? 7 Questions in Prevention of Infection from Refugees and Migrants   Highland Malaria in Kiziba UNHCR Refugee Camps (1950 m.a.s) Rwanda   A Case Report of Dual Infections: Infection Due to Mycobacterium Tuberculosis and […]

Journal 2/2016 Vol. 7


Effect of spa treatment and speleotherapy in the treatment of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease – a pilot study   Patient safety assessment: USA and Slovak hospitals   Organ transplantation rates in Central Europe: cultural and bioethical consideration   Effect of spa treatment and the epidemiology of tuberculosis in the Slovak republic in the year 2014   Burnout syndrome in neurological nursing   An objective view of homeopathy in Slovakia   Mobbing experienced by nurses in health care facilities   Analysis of […]

Journal 1/2016 Vol. 7


Physician migration from developing central and eastern europe to more developed english speaking western nations: What are the factors, causes and potential Solutions   Social Work in Slovakia in the period after 1945   Prevention of social problems facing marginalized groups in Czech schools – a starting point to educational social work   Some aspects of the health status of homeless people   Loneliness as a Risk Factor for Depression in the Elderly   Left-handedness preferences, functions and dependence on neurotic […]