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Ekonomika
2019, vol. 65, br. 1, str. 57-65
jezik rada: engleski
vrsta rada: izvorni naučni članak
doi:10.5937/ekonomika1901057M

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Liderstvo u sistemu zdravsta u Srbiji
aUniverzitet Union, Beograd, Fakultet za preduzetnički biznis
bUniverzitet u Nišu, Mašinski fakultet

e-adresa: natasasokolov@gmail.com, aleksandar.gracanac@ppf.edu.rs, kitic.ana4@gmail.com

Sažetak

Razgovarati o aktuelnim izazovima i budućim perspektivama kako bi inicirala debatu o uvođenju liderstva u srpskom zdravstvenom sistemu. Krajnji cilj je pružanje osnovnog rada na kojem bi se moglo zasnivati budući standardizovani program obuke i akreditacije. Datoteke PubMed i Veb of Science pretražene su u decembru 2017. i januaru 2018. za naučne radove napisane na engleskom koristeći ključne reči: zdravstveni sistemi, menadžment, liderstvo, medicinsko obrazovanje. Pitanja zdravstvene zaštite su predmet intenzivnih naučnih diskusija širom sveta u poslednje dve decenije. Najveću pažnju posvećuje naporima zainteresovanih zemalja da nađu najefikasniji način upravljanja kompleksnim zdravstvenim sistemima. Postoje dokazi da da je menadžemnt važan , i da su efekti u korelaciji sa praksomm u menadžemntu i vrednostima koje se promovišu. Situacija u kojoj su rukovodioci zdravstvenih timova velikih kliničkih sistema u Srbiji lekari, zahteva više pažnje na menadžerske i liderske veštine. Klinički kvalitet zavisi od rada timskog osoblja, stoga su potrebne liderske i menadžerske veštine na svim nivoima. Razvoj liderskih kompetencija mora biti sastavni deo obuke i edukacije lekara u Srbiji. Trenutno postoji velika potreba za razvijanjem i primenom standardiziranog nastavnog plana i programa s obukom i sertifikacijom sadašnjih i budućih lidera.

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