Dr sc. Ivana Tadić

Dr sc. Ivana Tadić

Zvanje: vanredni profesor
Organizaciona jedinica: Katedra za socijalnu farmaciju i farmaceutsko zakonodavstvo
Adresa: Vojvode Stepe 450, 11221 Beograd, Srbija
Prostorija: Kancelarija Centra za razvoj farmaceutske prakse
Telefon: +381 11 3951-206
Fax: +381 11 3972-840
Email: ivana.tadic@pharmacy.bg.ac.rs

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Dr sci. Ivana Tadić je vanredni profesor koji izvodi nastavu iz više predmeta: Farmaceutska praksa, Farmakoepidemiologija i farmakoekonomija, Farmaceutski marketing, Primena informatičkih metoda u farmaciji i Interprofesionalno obrazovanje. Nakon završenih osnovnih studija radila je kao farmaceut u apoteci. Završila je doktorske studije, program Socijalna farmacija i istraživanje farmaceutske prakse, na Farmaceutskom fakultetu Univerziteta u Beogradu. Usavršavala se i iz oblasti Farmaceutski marketing i Farmakoekonomija i farmaceutska legislativa u okviru specijalističkih akademskih studija na istom fakultetu.

Njeni primarni istraživački interesi su: istraživanje zdravstvenih ishoda, farmakoekonomija, analiza pružanja farmaceutskih usluga. Njena interesovanja su fokusirana na istraživanje adherence starijih pacijenata prema terapiji.
Jezici: engleski

Jezici: engleski

  • Lakić D, Stević I, Odalović M, Vezmar-Kovačević S, Tadić I. Patients' willingness to pay for cognitive pharmacist services in community pharmacies. Croat Med J. 2017;58(5):364-371.
  • Costa FA, Scullin C, Al-Taani G, Hawwa AF, Anderson C, Bezverhni Z, Binakaj Z, Cordina M, Foulon V, Garcia de Bikuña B, de Gier H, Granås AG, Grinstova O, Griese-Mammen N, Grincevicius J, Grinceviciene S, Kaae S, Kubiliene L, Mariño EL, Martins S, Modamio P, Nadin G, Nørgaard LS, Obarcanin E, Tadic I, Tasic L, McElnay JC, Hersberger KE, Westerlund T. Provision of pharmaceutical care by community pharmacists across Europe: Is it developing and spreading? J Eval Clin Pract. 2017;23(6):1336-1347
  • Stojkov S, Tadic I, Crnjanski T, Krajnovic D. Assessment and self-assessment of the pharmacists' competencies using the Global Competency Framework (GbCF) in Serbia. Vojnosanit Pregl. 2016;73(9): 803-10.
  • Odalovic M, Tadic I, Lakic D, Nordeng H, Lupattelli A, Tasic L. Translation and factor analysis of structural models of Edinburgh Postnatal Depression Scale in Serbian pregnant and postpartum women - Web-based study. Women Birth. 2015;28(3):e31-5.
  • Crnjanski T, Krajnovic D, Tadic I, Stojkov S, Savic M. An Ethical Issue Scale for Community Pharmacy Setting (EISP): Development and Validation. Sci Eng Ethics. 2016;22(2):497-508.
  • Analysis of antibiotic consumption for treating respiratory tract infections in children and compliance with the national clinical guidelines. Lakić D, Tadić I, Odalović M, Tasić L, Sabo A, Mećava A. Med Pregl. 2014;67(9-10):282-9.
  • Stevanovic D, Tadic I, Knez R. Are antidepressants effective in quality of life improvement among children and adolescents? A systematic review. CNS Spectr. 2014;19(2):134-41.
  • Stevanovic D, Tadic I, Novakovic T, Kisic-Tapavcevic D, Ravens-Sieberer U. Evaluating the Serbian version of the KIDSCREEN quality of life questionnaires: Reliability, validity and agreement between children's and parent's ratings. Qual Life Res. 2013;22(7):1729-37.
  • Tadic I, Vujasinovic Stupar N, Tasic L, Stevanovic D, Dimic A, Stamenkovic B, Stojanovic S, Milenkovic S. Validation of the osteoporosis quality of life questionnaire QUALEFFO-41 for the Serbian population. Health Qual Life Outcomes 2012;10:74.
  • Tadic I, Stevanovic D, Tasic LJ, Vujasinovic-Stupar N. Development of a Short Version of the Osteoporosis Knowledge Assessment Tool. Women Health 2012;52(1):18-31.