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MAREK, Erika

MAREK, Erika

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Supervisor of the following TDK topics

Supervisor: MAREK, Erika

The task of the student is to conduct comprehensive literature review in relation to the role of a selected ethnicity, culture/religion as determinants of health (religious regulations, customs, diets, beliefs, behaviours, doctor-patient interaction, etc.). Students may incorporate their own ethnical, cultural and religious background as source for analysis. Critical and objective analysis of collected data is required in reflection of evidence-based medicine.

 

Supervisor: MAREK, Erika

Co-supervisor: Dr. KISS (ORSÓS), Zsuzsanna

The task of the TDK student is participating at the research conducted at the Roma segregates in Pécs aiming to measure the health status of the local Romas (personal interview method). Active participation in data analysis and literature review, and comparison of data with the results of the European Health Interview Survey (EHIS), 2014. To draw conclusions and make recommendations on improving the health status of the Roma, and on decreasing health inequalities.

 

Supervisor: MAREK, Erika

Smooth integration to hosting countries’ healthcare system is a basic condition for the successful integration to hosting societies. The task of the student is to investigate into its criteria, legal background and practical applications (’best practices’) in selected EU countries, with a special focus on assessing healthcare elements of the ongoing integration programs (ie. providing information, motivation, etc.), inclusion of newcomers into screening and vaccination programs, programs in relation to mental health and psychosocial support (MHPSS), as well as health regulations and practices of their integration to workforce market.

 

Supervisor: MAREK, Erika

The task of the student is to collect, compare and analyse EU-level regulations and practices concerning the access of migrants to healthcare services in selected EU countries (legal or irregular). To elaborate on barriers, to draw conclusions and make recommendations.

 

 

Supervisor: MAREK, Erika

The task of the student is to collect, compare and analyse available epidemiological and other relevant data regarding the most common source countries of asylum seekers and other, irregular migrants: morbidity profile, vaccination schedule and coverage, status and functioning of the healthcare system, local cultural/religious aspects that may have effect on health, etc. based on extensive literature research. Based on collected data to draw conclusions and make recommendations for measures in regard to either existing or non-existing public health threats and implications for the hosting countries (trainings, vaccination, etc.).

Supervisor: MAREK, Erika

The task of the student is to collect, compare and analyse EU-level migrant screening practices based on literature research and through the wide international relations of the Department. To draw conclusions and make recommendations for an integrated, international migrant screening protocol.