Hrvatsko društvo za Alzheimerovu bolest i psihijatriju starije životne dobi


Ova knjiga psihosocijalnih postupaka zasnovanih na dokazima (evidence based) izdana je za vrijeme hrvatskog presjedanja Vijećem EU. U tijeku je i prijevod na hrvatski jezik. Dio knjige čine i primjeri dobre prakse prikazanih psihosocijalnih postupaka. The Republic of Croatia holds the Presidency of the Council of the European Union from 1st January 2020 to 30rd June 2020. During its presidency, Croatia set its health priorities, in accordance with the health policies advocated by the EU. (Taking forward the Strategic Agenda – 18-month Program of the Council (January 1st 2019 – June 30th 2020 Available on One of the health
COVID-19: Review of a 21st Century Pandemic from Etiology to Neuro-psychiatric Implications INTRODUCTION The report of the World Health Organization (WHO) states that the pandemic of SARS-CoV-2 has registered 15,785,641 confirmed cases globally and 640,016 deaths as of July 26, 2020 [1].  The first case of the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) was reported by Dr. Li Wenliang, an ophthalmologist inWuhan China in December 2019. This respiratory disease presented similar symptoms to severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS-CoV) in 2003. It was later named Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) [2]. COVID-19 affects every age group; however, the elderly are more prone to a severe symptom display and have a higher mortality


Posted by tibor on  17. rujna 2020.
Category: Općenito
This film is a story about what life under lockdown has been like for people using or providing mental health services, and especially for those living in social care homes. The story captures the voices of service users and mental health professionals in Croatia, which illustrates well the experiences across Europe as a whole during the COVID-19 crisis.

MHPSS platform – new dedicated page to frontline workers

Posted by tibor on  24. kolovoza 2020.
Category: Općenito
Dear Colleagues, Good Morning! I hope that you are all keeping well. I am writing to you  about the new update to the mental health and psychosocial support platform we launched some two months back. We now have a new page dedicated to frontline workers. Please see here. Every day, frontline workers are risking their personal health and lives to keep us safe during COVID-19 and always. So, we dedicated this page on our platform to help them deal with the immense pressure and stressors they are facing due to high work demands, strict bio-security measures, fear, and consequences to personal and family life.


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