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"An interdisciplinary Perspective on Prevention I"


CSW no. 4, vol. 14, 2023

Guest Editorial

An interdisciplinary Perspective on Prevention I.


DOI: 10.22359/cswhi_14_4_01

This volume of the Clinical and Social Intervention Journal is devoted to very serious and diverse problems in the field of public health.

The authors of the contributions are university teachers as well as experts from hospital facilities – : the Slovak Medical University in Bratislava – Faculty of Public Health, Faculty of Bussiness Economics, University of Economic in Bratislava, St. Elizabeth University of Health and Social Sciences, Bratislava; the Catholic University in Ruzomberok – Faculty of Health;  Educational, seintific and research institute Agel,Tomas Bata University in Zlin – Faculty of Humanities and Faculty of Management and Economics, University hospital Bratislava, Central Military hospital Ružomberok, Railway hospital Bratislava.

The contributions in this volume are devoted to serious diseases such as hepatitis C, but also peripheral artery disease. Prevalence and risk detection, as well as early diagnosis, play an irreplaceable role here.

In public health, cardiovascular and oncological diseases are an epidemiological problem, where nutrition, which is one of the basic lifestyle factors, plays a very important role. In addition to nutrition, the prevention of these serious diseases is equally important.

By improving the health care delivery and by primary prevention, deaths could be avoided or prevented. These deaths are often associated with factors such as insufficient access to quality health care, insufficient prevention and health awareness, insufficient vaccination.

Serious public health problems in the female population include infertility, but also osteoporosis, the prevalence of which is associated with menopause in women. Prevention and an appropriate approach to treatment could lead to their reduced incidence.

The constantly increasing number of examinations in nuclear medicine brings serious problems from the point of view of radiation protection of health care workers. Ways to minimize personnel radiation are related to the development of new diagnostic devices, reduction of repeated dose, as well as shortening of examination time.

A key factor in the success of modern society is the efficient use of available resources in the healthcare sector, as well as the added value, which is undoubtedly human work and cooperation.

Stefania Moricova

Faculty of Pubcliv Health

Institute of Occupational Health Service

Slovak Medical University, Bratislava, Slovakia

Jaroslaw Drobnik

Medical University of Wroclaw, Poland


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