Department of Social Medicine, Organization and Economics of Health Care, and Medical Statistics

Address: 2 Slovatsky Str., Ternopil, 46001

Tel.: (0352) 527233

e-mail: soc_medicine@tdmu.edu.ua

Staff of the Department:

Head of Department – DMSc, Assoc. Prof. H. Saturska.

3 Professors: DMSc A. Shulhay, DMSc О. Holyachenko, DMSc H. Korytskyi), 10 Associate Professors (N. Panchyshyn, L. Romaniuk, R. Levchuk, O. Lytvynova, N. Terenda, V. Smirnova, N. Romaniuk, Y. Petrashyk, N. Slobodian, L. Lishtaba), 1 Senior Laboratory Assistant (I. Mykulych)

AT THE DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL MEDICINE, ORGANIZATION AND ECONOMICS OF HEALTH CARE, AND MEDICAL STATISTICS,

THE FOLLOWING COURSES ARE TAUGHT:

Medical Faculty:

"Medicine - 1 course"

Subject - History of medicine

"Medicine - 4 course"

Subject - Biostatistics

"Medicine - 4-5 course"

Subject - Social medicine and HPO

"Medicine - 4-5 course"

Subject - Social medicine, economy and HPO

Dental Faculty:

"Dentistry - 1 course"

Subject - History of medicine

"Dentistry - 3 course"

Subject - Social medicine and OHP

"Dentistry - 5 course"

Subject - Economic of public health

Institute of Nursing:

"BSN - 1 course "

Subjects - Leadership in Nursing

"BSN - 2 course "

Subjects - Current Topics in Nursing, Elementary statistics, Nursing research

"BSN - 4 course "

Subjects - Current Topics in Nursing, Nursing Research

"RN BSN - 1 course "

Subject - Leadership in Nursing, Medical statistics

"RN BSN - 2 course "

Subject - Current Topics in Nursing, Nursing Research

"MSN - 1 course"

Subject - Advanced Quantitative Methods for Health Research & Medical Statistic,

Understanding Health Care Organizations: Theory, Analysis and Application

"MSN - 2 course"

Subject - Management in nursing

Social Medicine and Organization of Health Care studies the state and dynamics of health of the population, of some of its social, professional and age groups, the factors that cause changes and pathology in the state of public health. It develops measures for improvement of society, rational forms of organization of medical care.

Improvement of health of the society includes: forming harmoniously developed young generation, extending active life and activity of the elderly.

Institutions of medical education are challenged to provide training of professionals able to effectively use theoretical and practical knowledge focused on the development of creative and professional thinking in problem-solving.

The Teaching Staff of Department of Social Medicine, Organization and Economics of Health Care, and Medical Statistics