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Title:Združena logistika pri nadzoru in obvladovanju bolezni v begunskih centrih
Authors:Marjanović, Ljubica (Author)
Ivanuša, Teodora (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Master's thesis/paper (mb22)
Organization:FL - Faculty of Logistic
Abstract:Republiko Slovenijo je v letu 2015 zajela migrantska kriza. Po zaprtju migrantske poti in prehoda v sosednje države je v letu 2016 v Slovenijo prešlo rekordno število migrantov, kar je s sabo prineslo številne težave in nove izzive. Oblasti so se morale soočiti z novimi izzivi ureditve nadaljnjega prehoda beguncev ter z izzivom nastanitve vseh, ki so našo državo prečkali ali želeli v njej ostati. Poleg logističnih izzivov so migranti s sabo prinesli tudi nove izzive na področju zdravstva. Prebivalci držav v razvoju so s sabo prinesli tudi nevarnost možnosti ponovnega pojava bolezni, ki so bile pri nas predhodno že izkoreninjene. Poleg tega so številne poškodbe, prehladi in druga obolenja, pa tudi pomanjkljive informacije o preteklem zdravstvenem stanju posameznih migrantov vrgle novo luč na današnji zdravstveni sistem v Sloveniji. V magistrski nalogi smo pripravili analizo enega izmed težjih obdobji v zgodovini Slovenije ter preverili težave in rešitve, ki jih je v zdravstveni sistem pripeljala migrantska kriza. Na koncu smo podali oceno predlaganih rešitev in njihovo smiselnost ter uspešnost, dodali pa smo tudi predloge izboljšav, ki bi jih bilo potrebno upoštevati v primeru naslednje podobne situacije.
Keywords:begunci, migranti, nalezljive bolezni, migrantska kriza, zdravstveni sistem, Slovenija
Year of publishing:2021
Publisher:[L. Marjanović]
Source:Celje
UDC:616.9
COBISS_ID:77689859 New window
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License:CC BY-NC-ND 4.0, Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International
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Licensing start date:23.06.2021

Secondary language

Language:English
Title:Joint logistics in disease in migrants centers
Abstract:Refugee crisis appeared in Slovenia in 2015. Slovenia had to deal with a record number of refugees in 2016, after the neighbouring countries closed down their borders, which lead to numerous new challenges and problems. Government had to make decisions regarding the logistic challenges connected to refugees continuing their path into other countries and also regarding them staying in Slovenia. Apart from logistic challenges, refugees crisis also pointed out the problems on our healthcare system. People from less developed countries brought the danger of dealing with infectious diseases that were almost gone in Slovenia. Different injuries, colds and other diseases, together with the deficient personal health information shared a new light on the existing health system in Slovenia. Our dissertation contains an analysis of one of the toughest era in Slovenian history and the challenges it brought with it. We described the problems and solutions that happened in our health care system because of the migrant crisis. We have also included our own opinions about those solutions, and added suggestions to deal with possible future similar situations.
Keywords:refuges, migrants, infectious diseases, refugee crisis, Slovenia, healthcare system


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