Physician and Nurse Supply in Serbia Using Time-Series Data: A Case Study

This study identified variables that were significantly related to physician and nurse employment rates in the public healthcare sector in Serbia from 1961 to 2008 and used these to develop parameters to model physician and nurse supply in the public healthcare sector through to 2015. [from abstract]

Work Related Characteristics, Work-Home and Home-Work Interference and Burnout among Primary Healthcare Physicians: a Gender Perspective in a Serbian Context

This study examined work related characteristics, work-home and home-work interference and burnout among Serbian primary healthcare physicians and compared burnout levels with other medical doctors in European Union countries. [from abstract]

Evaluation of the Organization and Provision of Primary Care in Serbia

The Primary Care Evaluation Tool is an instrument developed to examine the supply and demand-side aspects of primary care (PC). It is intended to support ministries of health and other stakeholders in monitoring the progress of their PC-related policies and reforms and to set new priorities on the basis of evidence-based information with the aim of further strengthening PC. This report gives an overview on the findings of the tool in Serbia. [adapted from abstract]

Health Worker Migration Flows in Europe: Overview and Case Studies in Selected CEE Countries - Romania, Czech Republic, Serbia and Croatia

The ILO Sectoral Activities Department initiated an explorative research project on health worker mobility in Europe with focus on CEE countries. The purpose of the project was to explore and document current knowledge and information available in order to establish the current status, and identify both preliminary trends as well as information gaps and the need for further action.