Ass. Prof. Dr. Brigita Skela Savič (SI)

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Dr. Brigita Skela Savič is the Dean of the College of Nursing Jesenice (CNJ), Head of the Research Institute for Health Care and Nursing at the CNJ, and the head of research group Health Care and Nursing CNJ at the Slovenian Research Agency. She is responsible for the CNJ development projects financed by the European Social Fund, in addition to being a member of research groups involved in inter-institutional Slovenian and interna2onal research projects. She is a lecturer at the CNJ in the subjects of research methodology, organization, and leadership. She is also a mentor for master's students at the Faculty of Management Koper, University of Primorska.

Dr. Brigita Skela Savič is a member of the Slovenian Health Care Board at the Ministry of Health, a member of the working group for ensuring and monitoring the implementation of the Action Plan for the Slovenian Palliative Care Program, and a member of the working group drawing up the National Strategy of Nursing Care Development in the Slovenian Health Care System for the period 2011–2020. Since 2011, she has been a member of the working group coordinating methodological approaches for reporting the projected demand of nursing professionals in Slovenia at the Institute of Public Health of the Republic of Slovenia.

As a member of the working group for specialization in Slovenian nursing and a member of the Honorary Court of Arbitration, she is also included in the work conducted by the Nurses and Midwives Association of Slovenia. She represents the Nurses and Midwives Association of Slovenia in a working group drawing up the Human Resources Development Strategy of Slovenia (for education) at the Ministry of Health and in an international research project SANCO/1/2009 (Creating a pilot network of nurse educators and regulators).

She serves on the editorial board of the Slovenian Journal of Public Health and acts as a reviewer for the Slovenian Journal of Public Health, the Slovenian Nursing Review, and the Bulletin: Economics, Organization and Informatics in Healthcare.