12-th of June 2018. The members of the Student Scientific Association (SSA) of the Department of Human Nutrition of the Institute of Public Health UJ CM, supervised by dr Ewa Błaszczyk-Bębenek and Prof. Małgorzata Schlegel-Zawadzka, together with the Primary School No. 29 in Krakow, participated in the event “100 Ways to Play”. It was part of […]
08-th of June 2018. We are pleased to inform that in the newest nationwide ranking of higher education institutions (“Perspektywy 2018”), the studies in Public Health at the Institute of Public Health of the Jagiellonian University in Krakow were awarded the first position again, in the category of “Ranking of Study Directions”. The ranking methodology […]
The work entitled “The impact of sociodemographic factors on health behaviors in middle and late adolescence” prepared by students of Public Health at UJCM, Mr. Maciej Furman and Karolina Sobecka as part of the activity of the Student Research Group of Health Promotion won first prize at the session “Public health “Conference of the International […]
Drug shortages occur on pharmaceutical markets in almost all countries around the world. They have increased over the last decade, raising legitimate concerns among patients, medical staff and healthcare administrators, as well as the interest of researchers. Attempts are being made to better understand drug shortages and to find remedies. On 25 January 2018, a working group on investigating the multilateral effects of drug shortages in pharmaceutical markets (Working Group 5 – Measuring the impact of shortages on outcomes) met at the Didactic and Congress Centre of the Faculty of Medicine of the Jagiellonian University – Collegium Medicum in Krakow …
On 23 of March 2018, the Jagiellonian University (the Department of Communications and Marketing of the Jagiellonian University and 16 university faculties, as well as the Student Government of the Jagiellonian University) organized an annual Open Day for secondary school students, who are in the process of deciding to continue their education and choosing their university or field of study. This year’s Open Day attracted a lot of attention of young people. They visited in large numbers the stands, mostly led by students, but also partially by academics. The attendance at lectures, delivered by the academic staff, was also high. Many people, including employees and students of the Jagiellonian University, were intensively involved in the organization of these events. At the level of the Faculty of Health Sciences, the coordination was carried out by Dr Anna Leja-Szpak, the Dean’s Plenipotentiary for Promotion.