The Advancement of Women Physicians to Managerial Roles in Israel’s Health System – A Gender Perspectives
The current study was the first Israeli study to examine the perceptions of Israeli female physicians in senior positions on the question of the factors promoting or inhibiting their advancement towards management.
Forecasting the Number of Acute Stroke Events in Israel in the Coming Decades
The objective of this study was to provide a forecast of the expected number of acute stroke events in Israel in the coming decades.
The Involvement of Primary Care Physicians in Mental Health Care Following the Implementation of the Mental Health Reform
The Shortage of Arab Professionals in Mental-Health Services — Causes and Solutions
The goals of the study were to identify the obstacles to recruiting Arab students into the various training tracks for mental-health professions and to subsequently finding work in their professions.
Who Cares for the Caregiver? How the Health Services Address the Needs of Family Caregivers
The study helps to identify the health needs of family caregivers and those in high-risk groups.
Policy Efforts to Strengthen Public Hospitals in Israel
Private funding of health services in Israel has negative consequences for the public system, including hospitals. This article describes policy measures that the government is promoting to minimize these effects.