20 centres for palliative care to be opened in Serbia by year-end

Serbia's Minister of Health Slavica Djukic-Dejanovic and Head of the EU Delegation to Serbia Vincent Degert delivered yesterday keys to 54 vehicles for palliative care to directors of 52 health centres.Djukic-Dejanovic said at the plateau in front of the Palace of Serbia, where...

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20 centres for palliative care to be opened in Serbia by year-end



Balkans.com Business News Correspondent - 18.06.2013

Serbia's Minister of Health Slavica Djukic-Dejanovic and Head of the EU Delegation to Serbia Vincent Degert delivered yesterday keys to 54 vehicles for palliative care to directors of 52 health centres.

Djukic-Dejanovic said at the plateau in front of the Palace of Serbia, where the delivery was made, that a lot has been done in the previous period on the equipment of space and medical staff in that area.

She recalled that as part of this cooperation between the EU and the Ministry of Health, 800 employees in the health sector and gerontology received training on the importance of palliative care, as well as 59 social workers.

Under this programme, the Palliative Medicine course was introduced as an optional subject at four medical faculties in Serbia, the Minister pointed out and added that at this moment four centres for palliative care are fully operational, while by the end of the year there should be 20 of them.

Degert said that the vehicles have been delivered as part of the programme “Development of palliative care in the Republic of Serbia”, which is financed from pre-accession funds of the EU in the amount of €4.8 million. Source: Serbian Government


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