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Javno zdravstvo - Bakalár (Bc.) - full-time

Uslovi za prijem:

Osnovni uslov za prijem je završni ispit srednje škole. Dodatni uslov za prijem je uspešno rešavanje prijemnog ispita – ispita iz biologije u razmerama gradiva srednjoškolskih predmeta.

Informacije o studijskom programu:

Diplomac studijskog programa Javno zdravstvo je kvalifikovani zdravstveni stručnjak sa širokim profesionalnim profilom koji je pripremljen da samostalno obavlja aktivnosti u oblasti podrške i zaštite zdravlja i primarne prevencije, vrši državni zdravstveni nadzor u oblasti privatnog i profesionalnog okruženja i zdravstvene zaštite, stvaranje i zaštitu zdravog načina života dece i mladih i uslova rada na radnim mestima sa izvorima jonizujućeg zračenja, obavljanje epidemiološkog nadzora i rezultirajućih profesionalnih aktivnosti i obavljanje aktivnosti u skladu sa principima i konceptima državne zdravstvene politike i učestvovanje u ispunjavanju ciljeva programa promocije zdravlja i zdravstveno-obrazovnih projekata.

Osim rada u regionalnoj mreži javnog zdravstva, diplomac studijskog programa Javnog zdravstva može se zaposliti i u službama za zaštitu na radu, u ustanovama koje pružaju medicinsku i preventivnu negu, kao stručnjak u bolničkoj epidemiologiji i u zaštiti zdravlja zaposlenih, ali i u višim teritorijalnim jedinicama; u kompanijama za zdravstveno osiguranje ili organima državnih penzionih komisija, organima lokalne uprave u oblasti zdravstva (kreiranje i implementacija programa za aktivnu prevenciju nezaraznih i prenosivih bolesti, kao što su zdravi gradovi, zdrave škole, zdravi radni prostori). Diplomac je u mogućnosti da koristi epidemiološku metodu rada i to mu takođe omogućava da se prijavi za rad u oblasti farmaceutskih kompanija. Diplomac ima preduslove za dalje studiranje na univerzitetu, ili u oblasti specijalizovanog i kontinuiranog obrazovanja.


SubjectNumber of hours per week/ Weekly hours1stYearNumber of credits
winter semestersummer semester
NumberTitleL/S/PCourse completionL/S/PCourse completion
Compulsory subject 
1Anatomy I.2/0/0C  3
2Chemistry2/0/0C  3
3Biology for Public Health1/0/0E  3
4Microbiology I.1/0/0C  2
5Biophysics, Radiology and Nuclear Medicine1/0/0E  3
6Ethics and Philosophy in Health1/0/0E  2
7Education and Health Promotion1/0/0E  3
8Fundamentals of Nursing I.0/2/2**C  2
9Health Protection2/0/0E  2
10Latin Language0/2/0C  2
11Information Technology0/2/0C  2
11Anatomy II.  2/0/0E3
12Biochemistry  2/0/0E3
13Microbiology II.  1/0/0E3
14Fundamentals of Nursing II.  0/2/2**E3
15Psychology  1/0/0C2
16Fundamentals of Public Health  2/0/0C2
17Fundamentals of Communication in Public Health  1/1/0E2
18Human Ecology  1/0/0C2
19Demography and Health Statistics  0/1/0C2
20Continuous Professional Practice I.  200*C5
Compulsory optional subject    C
1English Language I.0/2/0C C2
2Physical Education and Physical Activities I.0/2/0C C1
3English Language I.  0/2/0C2
4Physical Education and Physical Activities II.  0/2/0C1
Optional subject     
1Physical Education I.10*/30*/0   1
2Physical Education II.  10*/30*/0 1
Explanation: * -number of hours per semester;** -supervised practical output; L - Lectur; S - Seminar; P - Practice

The centre of supervised practical output is to deepen theoretical knowledge and acquired practical skills by the realisation of trained  procedures of lectures and practical exercises from the course under natural conditions.Supervised practical outputin subjects:Fundamentals of Nursing I., Fundamentals of Nursing II.

Non-contact hours: –150 hours per semester infludes self-study using literature printed and electronic study materials
 
Total hours11/10/0/2** (T 273, P 0, 26**)10/8/0/200*/2** (T 234, P 200, 26**)
Exams55
Credits87

SubjectNumber of hours per week/ Weekly hours2ndYearNumber of credits
winter semestersummer semester
NumberTitleL/S/PCourse completionL/S/PCourse completion
Compulsory subject 
1Methodology of Hygiene and  Epidemiology1/2/2**E  3
2Epidemiology of Noncommunicable Diseases2/0/2**E  3
3Food Hygiene I.2/1/2**C  2
4Environmental Health I.2/1/2**C  2
5Applied Research in Public Health I.1/0/0C  3
6Physiology1/0/0E  2
7First Aid1/2/0E  4
8The Basics of Prevention2/0/0C  2
9Principles of Clinical Medicine I.2/0/0C  2
10Basics of health policy1/0/0C  2
11Professional Practice I.0/0/14C  3
12Continuous Professional Practice II.0/0/200*C  2
13Epidemiology of Infectious Diseases  2/2/2**E3
14Environmental Health II.  2/1/2**E2
15Food Hygiene II.  2/1/2**E2
16Health at Work I.  2/2/2**C2
17Infectious Diseases and Tropical Medicine  2/0/0C2
18Principles of Clinical Medicine II.  2/0/0E2
19Pathological Anatomy  1/0/0E2
20Pathophysiology  1/0/0E2
21Applied Research in Public Health II.  0/1/2**C3
22Introduction to Final Essay  1/0/0C1
23National Public Health Surveillance  1/1/2**C2
24Professional Practice II.  0/0/14C3
25Continuous Professional Practice III.  200*C4
Compulsory optional subject     
1Sign Language  I.0/2/0C  1
2Physical Education III.0/2/0C  1
3English for Non-Medical Professions I.0/1/0C  1
4Fundamentals  of Basal Stimulation I.0/1/0C  1
5History of Health Care  1/0/0C1
6Sign Language  II.  0/2/0C1
7Physical Education IV.  0/2/0C1
8English for Non-Medical Professions II.  0/1/0C1
9Fundamentals  of Basal Stimulation II.  0/1/0C1
Explanation: * -number of hours per semester;** -supervised practical output; L - Lectur; S - Seminar; P - Practice

The centre of supervised practical output is to deepen theoretical knowledge and acquired practical skills by the realisation of trained  procedures of lectures and practical exercises from the course under natural conditions.Supervised practical outputin subjects:Methodology of Hygiene and  Epidemiology, Epidemiology of Noncommunicable Diseases, Food Hygiene I., Environmental Health I., Epidemiology of Infectious Diseases, Environmental Health II., Food Hygiene II., Health at Work I., Applied Research in Public Health II.,National Public Health Surveillance.Non-contact hours: –150 hours per semester infludes self-study using literature printed and electronic study materials  

Total hours15/6/14/200*/8** (T 273, P 382, 104**)16/8/14/200*/12** (T 312, P 382, 156**)
Exams46
Credits78


Subject
Number of hours per week/ Weekly hours3rdYearNumber of credits
winter semestersummer semester
numberTitleL/S/PCourse completionL/S/PCourse completion
Compulsory subject 
1Health at Work I.1/2/2**E  2
2Occupational Medicine1/0/0E  3
3Hygiene of Children and Youth2/1/2**E  3
4Laboratory Methods in Microbiology0/2/2**E  3
5Hospital Hygiene2/1/2**E  3
6Basis of Management1/0/0E  2
7Basics of Economics1/0/0C  1
8The Examination Methods in Education and the Promotion of Health0/2/2**C  2
9Law and Legislation in Health Care1/0/0C  2
10Bachelor Thesis Seminar I.0/1/5**C  3
11Professional Practice III.0/0/14C  3
12Continuous Professional Practice IV.190*C  3
13Alimentation in Prevention of Diseases of Affluence  1/0/0E2
14Objectification of Factors – Living and Working Environment  1/2/0E3
15Vaccinology  2/0/0E2
16Disaster Medicine  1/0/0E2
17Social Determinants of Health  1/0/0C1
18Professional Practice IV.  0/0/13C3
19Bachelor Thesis Seminar II.  0/1/10**C3
Optional subject     
1Sign Language  I.0/2/0C  1
2Physical Education V.0/2/0C  1
3Working with Specialised Texts in English I.0/1/0C  1
4Fundamentals  of Basal Stimulation I.0/1/0C  1
5Sign Language  II.  0/2/0C1
6Physical Education VI.  0/2/0C1
7Working with Specialised Texts in English II.  0/1/0C1
8Fundamentals  of Basal Stimulation II.  0/1/0C1
 
Explanation: * -number of hours per semester;** -supervised practical output; L - Lectur; S - Seminar; P - Practice
The centre of supervised practical output is to deepen theoretical knowledge and acquired practical skills by the realisation of trained  procedures of lectures and practical exercises from the course under natural conditions.Supervised practical outputin subjects:Health at Work I., Hygiene of Children and Youth, Laboratory Methods in Microbiology, Hospital Hygiene,The Examination Methods in Education and the Promotion of Health,Bachelor Thesis Seminar I., Bachelor Thesis Seminar II.Non-contact hours: –150 hours per semester infludes self-study using literature printed and electronic study materials  
Total hours10/9/14/190*/15** (T 247, P 372, 195**)6/4/13/0*/10** (T 130, P 169, 130**)
Exams64
Credits63

  State exams:   The Bachelor´s Thesis Defence - 4 creditsPractice examination:Situation Models in Public Health – 4 credits Oral examination: Epidemiology - 2 credits Environmental Health and Health at Work - 2 credits National Public Health Surveillance - 2 credits

 Theoretical subjectPractice**
1styear50720052
2ndyear585764260
3rdyear377541325
Total14691505637
2974637
Self-study150 hours/semester (900 hours/self-study)
Total Credits4511
 Compulsory subjectsCompulsory Optional Subjects/optional coursesCoursesPractice
TotalcoreTotalcoreNumber%Number%
1styear544464445
2ndyear6057005712
3rdyear463600369
State exams141400144
Total1741516415183,9 %3016,67