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Vortrag serbian med_diaspora_2011 12

  1. 1. Southeast Europe Cooperation Prof. Dr. med. H.J. Seitz DAYS OF SERBIAN MEDICAL DIASPORA 2001 12 – 15 October, 2011
  2. 2. T H E H A M B U R G – B E L G R A D E – C O O P E R AT I O N I N 2 0 1 13 students from Belgrade to Hamburg for 4 weeks clinical training;3 students from Hamburg to Belgrade for 4 weeks clinical training;6 Med. Doctors from Belgrade to Hamburg for 4 – 8 weeks clinical training/PhD experiments;1 Summer School ENDOCRINOLOGY in Belgrade (Org. Prof Dr Vera Popovic) in September with > 120 Participants – ess. Funding Europ. Soc. Endocrinology (~€ 25,000);1 Summer School IMMUNOLOGY in Belgrade (Org. Prof Dr Mio Lukic & others) in September with 42 Participants – ess. Funding Europ. Soc. Immunology (~ €25,000)
  3. 3. Southeast Europe Cooperation
  4. 4. Emerging challenges to health systems
  5. 5. A German Medical Association Medical Association of Nordrhein
  6. 6. Organigram Of A German Medical Association Medical Association of Berlin
  7. 7. Organigram of the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG)
  8. 8. Work Task of the Science CouncilThe Science Council advises the Federal Government ofGermany and the governments of the states in matters of content and structural development of higher education, science and research.
  9. 9. Foundation of one med. chamber/associationOne political independent voice to take care of:• The interests of med doctors• The interests of med students, your future doctors!• The standardization of med science education• The interest of excellent health service for the patients in the country• The standardization in med quality and evaluation• Publishing together with the med science societies the international guidelines (state of the art) for treating the patients in widespread diseases (e.g. Breast Cancer, Prostate Cancer)• Establishing an office for complaints of patients and a procedure for management of complaints (Ombudsman)• Organize and supervise specialization of med doctors together with the Serbian Med Soc together with other European Soc• Organize and supervise CME together with Serbian, Regional & other Europ Soc• Start re-evaluation of med doctors’ quality• Organize PhD-Studies and med qualification in Twinning Procedures• Develop Information Technology & open education
  10. 10. EXAMPLES OF BUDGET FOR MEDICAL EDUCATIONUSA Med Education US-$ 55 Billion Yoga 34 Billion Vitamins/Suppl. 23 BillionGlobal Health Care Industry ~US-$ 5.5 Trillion Investment in health education < 2%USA cost of 1 Med School/ year ~ US-$ 400 MioHamburg running expenses Univ Hospital/year ~ € 900 Mio
  11. 11. From:Research Cooperation With The Western Balkans: A Tool To Facilitate Integration, by the European Commission, 2010
  12. 12. R & D in SerbiaGDP: € 29.5 billionGDP/Capita: € 4000 ( ~ 35% of EU 27)R & D: 0.3 % of GDPNumber of Scientists : ~ 10,000Total Budget Research (2009): € 88 MioFor Medicine (~10%): € 9 MioAverage R & D /capita/ year: ~ € 1.30USA NIH Budget/year: ~ US-$ 30 BillionAverage R & D /capita/year: ~ US-$ 100
  13. 13. From:Welfare in the Mediterranean Countries; Serbia and Montenegro, by Laura DAniello, C.A.I.MED. c/o Formez - CentroFormazione Studi
  14. 14. The challenges presented by the inherited system can be summarized as f ollows: • Specialty oriented health system • Little or no strategic planning • Poor distribution of human resources with too many staff at hospital level and in urban areas and an under provision in rural areas • Lack of adequately trained human resources compared with European standards • Lack of health management skills • Unregulated private health sector • Over prescribing and uncontrolled private pharmacies • Poor facilities, equipment, and infrastructure at the three levels of care provision • No referral system and gate keeping, resulting in excessive demand on hospital services • Lack of access for minority groups to the full range of available health servicesFrom:Welfare in the Mediterranean Countries; Serbia and Montenegro, by Laura DAniello, C.A.I.MED. c/o Formez - CentroFormazione Studi
  15. 15. From:Background Report on Social Sciences and Humanities; Serbia; prepared forthe project WBC-INCO.NET; by Prof. D Kutlaca et al, 2011
  16. 16. Vi s i o n