• szu

Place Category: Member

  • Profile

    The National Institute of Public Health (NIPH), Prague, Czech Republic was established by Act 258/2000, Article 86.

    The Institute is a health care establishment for basic preventive disciplines – hygiene, epidemiology, microbiology and occupational medicine. Its main tasks are health promotion and protection, disease prevention and follow-up of environmental impact on the health status of the population.

    The   main   activities   of    NIPH comprise science and research, reference and methodological advice,  providing expert opinions on the health safety  of   various products  (e. g.  cosmetics,   food supplements, items  of  daily use etc.), systematic monitoring of the  environmental impact on population health in  the   Czech Republic,  preparation  of legislation in the field of health protection, including harmonization of Czech legislation with the  norms of the European Union. In the field of health promotion and disease prevention, NIPH concentrates on the most important health problems – epidemiological surveillance of severe infections (AIDS, hepatitis, newly emerging and re-emerging infections), and promotion of a  healthy life style (prevention of cardiovascular  diseases and tumors, healthy nutrition, drug abuse prevention).

    The Institute plays an active role in pre- and postgraduate training of physicians and other health care workers and provides consultations to professionals working in the field.

    The Institute is research organization. Research of the institute solve the national projects and the international projects and especially focus on the EU project.

    Institute contacts
    Name Contact email Representative
    Barbora Mackova barbora.mackova@szu.cz Institute Representative and Scientific Representative

     

    Useful links

    Website: http://www.szu.cz/

  • Map

    No Records Found

    Sorry, no records were found. Please adjust your search criteria and try again.

    Google Map Not Loaded

    Sorry, unable to load Google Maps API.