Dr Iveta NAGYOVA

Dr Iveta NAGYOVA

Biography

Dr Iveta Nagyova (PhD, FABMR) is the Head of the Department of Social and Behavioural Medicine and a Senior Research Leader at Pavol Jozef Safarik University (UPJS) in Kosice, Slovakia. She is also the President of the European Public Health Association (EUPHA), and a member of several advisory groups at the World Health Organisation (WHO), including the WHO Technical Advisory Group on Behavioural Insights and Sciences for Health and the WHO/Europe’s Regional Director’s Advisory Council on Innovation for Noncommunicable Diseases. She graduated in Clinical Psychology at UPJS, obtained her PhD in Medical Sciences from the University of Groningen, the Netherlands, and received postgraduate training at the University of Oxford within the Oxford International Primary Care Research Leadership Programme. Her research interests are in biobehavioural and psychosocial innovations in chronic condition prevention and management, non-pharmacological interventions, behaviour change, improvements in functional status and quality of life in persons with a chronic disease and their implications for integrated care. She is involved in academic publishing, supervision of PhD students, and knowledge translation. She is a (co)author of more than 300 academic papers, of which over 90 are peer-reviewed international scientific articles; her Scopus h-index is 28. As a project partner and national coordinator, she has been involved in over 30 research projects, including EC H2020 and 3rd HP projects. Since 2005, she has served as PhD students’ (co)supervisor at the University of Groningen, the Netherlands and UPJS, Slovakia; collaborating on supervision of over 20 PhD students. At the national level, she serves as an advisor to the WHO Country Office and the Slovak Ministry of Health in the field of chronic diseases, integrated care, behavioural insights, and public health. She has received several prestigious awards for her scientific work.

All sessions by Dr Iveta NAGYOVA

Dr Iveta NAGYOVA

17 Oct 2024
09:00 - 10:15
ADENAUER