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Fizička kultura
2017, vol. 71, br. 2, str. 75-85
jezik rada: srpski, engleski
vrsta rada: pregledni članak
doi:10.5937/fizkul1702075J

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Personalne i sistemske neophodnosti uspešne istraživačke karijere u domenu multidisciplinarnih biomedicinskih nauka - lični pregled / osvrt
Univerzitet u Nju Kastlu, Fakultet medicinskih nauka, Centar za kardiovaskularna istraživanja, Velika Britanija + Bolnica Njukastl na Tajnu, NHS Fond poverenja, Velika Britanija

e-adresa: djordje.jakovljevic@newcastle.ac.uk

Sažetak

Multidisciplinarni pristup naučno-istraživačkom radu je neophodan da bi se pronašao odgovor na kompleksna pitanja u oblastima medicinskih i biomedicinskih nauka. Autor ovog rada pripada i koordinira rad multidisciplinarnog tima sastavljenog od lekara specijalista, lekara opšte prakse, molekularnih biologa, biohemičara, fiziologa, psihologa, fizioterapeuta, bioinformatičara, fizičara, statističara i inženjera. Ovaj tim vodi višegodišnji istraživački program u oblastima izučavanja procesa kardiovaskularnog starenja, srčane slabosti i fizičke aktivnosti. Cilj ovog preglednog članka je predstavljanje rezultata nekoliko naučno-istraživačkih projekata i radova objavljenih u uglednim međunarodnim časopisima opisanog multidisciplinarnog tima u oblastima: I) izučavanja procesa starenja kardiovaskularnog sistema i uticaja fizioloških procesa na isti, i II) poboljšanje dijagnoze i tretmana srčane slabosti u primarnoj i sekundarnoj zdravstvenoj zaštiti. Predstavljena istraživanja i njihovi rezultati su usmereni na poboljšanje opšteg zdravlja i funkcionalnog kapaciteta pacijenata sa jedne strane, i poboljšanje sistema zdravstvene zaštite i kliničke prakse sa druge strane. Pored toga što su ukratko predstavljeni naučni radovi i njihovi rezultati, ovaj pregledni članak takođe opisuje procese aplikacija, načine planiranja i obezbeđivanja finansijskih sredstava za naučno-istraživački rad u visoko-obrazovnom sistemu Ujedinjenog Kraljevstva Velike Britanije.

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