Macedonian Medical Master of Science Theses in Public Health Defended in 2007-2010

December 2011
Macedonian Journal of Medical Sciences;Dec2011, Vol. 4 Issue 4, p437
Academic Journal
We present English abstracts of MSc theses in Public Health defended in 2007-2010 at the Faculty of Medicine, University "Ss Cyril and Methodius", Skopje, Republic of Macedonia. English summaries are published as they are translated by authors and included in the final version of defended MSc. Macedonian Medical Master of Science (MSc) theses are deposited in the Central Medical Library and National and University Library "St. Kliment Ohridski" in Skopje, Republic of Macedonia. At the Faculty of Medicine in Skopje 26 MSc theses were defended in 2007-2010, 8 MSc are without abstarcts (30.8%) and 13 MSc are without Key words (50.0%). Editorial Board does not take any responsibility either for the content, nor the quality of the abstracts. We have to repeat that primary responsibility for the quality of the MSc theses belongs to the mentors, to the institutions they are representing, to the Vice-Dean of science, and to Reponsible person for MSc in Public Health. All of them should be more actively involved in the preparation of Master of Science theses in Public Health in order international standards to be achieved.


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