European Union helps Serbia to improve its health care system

The European Union launched new Masters programme related to the health care management. The objective of this project is to help improve health care services in Serbia, under the European Union project Training in Health Care Management framework.

New Masters programme in health care management presented

Masters programme in health care management funded under the European Union project Training in Health Care Management starts on 6 March 2009. The total value of the project is EUR 5 million. The programme is intended for those who want to become successful managers of health care institutions. The deadline for submitting applications is 15 February 2009.

Serbian Minister for Health Tomica Milosavljevic pointed out that the EU has been assisting Serbian health care system for several years now. Milosavljevic believes that the Masters programme in health care management will help improve health care services and use of health care resources for the benefit of all Serbian citizens.

The aim of this programme is to enable future managers to manage reforms and restructuring of the health care system. The programme has been developed in cooperation with medical schools of the universities in Belgrade, Novi Sad, Nis and Kragujevac, Faculty of Organisational Sciences in Belgrade and the Ministry of Health.

Both the programme and the studies are fully funded under the European Union project Training in Health Care Management.

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