Novosti
10 Oktobra, 2022

Svetski dan mentalnog zdravlja

Srećan nam Svetski dan mentalnog zdravlja! Podsećamo na rezultate PIN-ovog istraživanja koji pokazuju da se u Srbiji veliki broj ljudi koji imaju problem ipak ne obraća za stručnu pomoć. Da bi se ovo rešilo, neophodno je da besplatne usluge psihološke…

Novosti
10 Oktobra, 2022

Baš bi bio problem!

Iako je skorašnje PIN-ovo istraživanje* pokazalo da se nešto više od trećine stanovništva u Srbiji suočava sa psihičkim tegobama, često je oklevanje da se potraži stručna pomoć. Različiti su razlozi za ovo oklevanje, a istraživanje je pokazalo da je, pored…

Novosti
5 Oktobra, 2022

Baš bi bio problem!

Stanovništvo Srbije ima pravo na besplatnu psihološku pomoć. Iako ona zvanično postoji, u Srbiji ima 4 do 5 psihologa na 100 000 stanovnika*, što nije dovoljno da se pokriju sve potrebe za psihološkom podrškom koje postoje, o čemu svedoči skorašnje…

Novosti
22 Septembra, 2022

Mentalno zdravlje osoba u situaciji beskućništva

U petak 23.09.2022, od 13 do 15 časova, u svečanoj sali Crvenog krsta Srbije, povodom Svetskog dana mentalnog zdravlja, u saradnji sa Crvenim krstom Srbije, PIN organizuje okrugli sto u okviru kog ćemo predstaviti rezultate prvog istraživanja o mentalnom zdravlju…

Novosti
20 Septembra, 2022

Baš bi bio problem!

Iako besplatna psihološka pomoć u Srbiji zvanično postoji, nema je dovoljno. U Srbiji su na 100 000 ljudi dostupna 4 do 5 psihologa*, što nije dovoljno da se pokriju postojeće potrebe za psihološkom podrškom. Dodatno, prilikom pokušaja da dođu do…

Novosti
16 Septembra, 2022

PIN Dani mentalnog zdravlja

PIN Dani mentalnog zdravlja održaće se od 23. septembra do 20. oktobra na nekoliko lokacija u Beogradu! Ovom prilikom ćemo, u nekoliko tematskih oblasti u kojima je PIN aktivan, predstaviti rezultate istraživanja i praktične implikacije koje iz njih proizilaze, razgovarati…

Novosti
9 Septembra, 2022

Baš bi bio problem!

Psihološka podrška bi trebalo da bude besplatno dostupna u okviru zdravstvenog sistema Srbije. Ipak, iako ona zvanično postoji, u Srbiji je prema poslednjim podacima* na 100 000 stanovnika dostupno 4 do 5 psihologa, dok je skorašnje PIN-ovo istraživanje** pokazalo da…

Novosti
2 Septembra, 2022

Baš bi bio problem!

Poslednji zvanično dostupni podaci* kažu da u Srbiji ima 4 do 5 psihologa na 100 000 ljudi, dok je skorašnje PIN-ovo istraživanje** pokazalo da nešto više od trećine stanovništva Srbije ima potrebu za podrškom zbog psihičkih tegoba. Šta to znači?…

Novosti
26 Augusta, 2022

Baš bi bio problem!

Rezultati PIN-ovog istraživanja* pokazali su da se veliki broj ljudi u Srbiji ne obraća za stručnu pomoć kada im je ona potrebna. Pored nedostatka novca, istraživanje je pokazalo da je autostigma, odnosno uverenje da je traženje stručne pomoći poraz, znak…

Novosti
18 Augusta, 2022

Baš bi bio problem!

Prema poslednjim zvanično dostupnim informacijama*, u okviru zdravstvenog sistema Srbije dostupan je jedan psiholog na 22000 ljudi. PIN-ovo istraživanje**, pokazalo je da će, od ovih 22000 osoba, nešto manje od 8000 imati potrebu za nekim vidom psihološke podrške. Broj psihologa…

Novosti
16 Augusta, 2022

Baš bi bio problem!

Iako se veliki broj ljudi u Srbiji suočava sa psihičkim tegobama, malo je onih koji zbog toga potraže pomoć stručnjaka. Na primer, svaka druga osoba koja pati od depresije, i svaka peta osoba koja je pod rizikom od suicida u…

Novosti
12 Jula, 2022

Jačanje kapaciteta lokalnih zajednica za pružanje usluga psihosocijalne podrške i zaštite mentalnog zdravlja

PIN je, kao odgovor na identifikovane potrebe da se obezbedi dostupnost besplatnih i nestigmatizujućih usluga usmerenih na mentalno zdravlje i psihosocijalnu podršku u lokalnim zajednicama, u martu 2022. godine započeo saradnju sa osam jedinica lokalne samouprave na pilotiranju programa psihosocijane…

The psychological profile of a pandemic is a research we have conducted since the beginning of the epidemic in Serbia, and we have published some findings in our blogs. The full report on this research is now ready to read and available on our website – the idea behind our work, even in this case, is that scientific findings should be explained and available to everyone so that we can all better understand what happened
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As we already did earlier, we once again asked you how afraid were you, how concerned and how much you spent thinking about coronavirus, did it seem to you that infection could be contained and how serious the infection was, what you did to protect yourselves and the others, but also what sources of information did you trust and where did the information you trust came from. Did anything change during the two months that
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Although we were all in the same epidemic boat and the main psychological supports, such as feeling of control and safety of all of us were tested, the supports were not the same for all people. Therefore, this two-and-a-half-month pandemic state of emergency experience was not the same for all. Our elderly citizens were prohibited from leaving the house for month and a half, and times when they were allowed to go outside were very
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The virus is not gone, but the state of emergency is, along with many other “measures” that were considered necessary until this Thursday. Curfew disappeared as if it was taken away by a hand “washed for 20-seconds with soap and hot water”. For example, public transportation in Belgrade not only restarted, but it operates as if coronavirus epidemic never happened. However, the epidemic is still here, in force, but the measures aren’t. And when you
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The stopping of the epidemic depends on many factors, but every aspect of the strategy against coronavirus is based on reducing the physical contact between people in order to prevent or slow down transmission of the virus. Reduced contact, regardless whether it is the result of an order, someone begging for it, a public plea or imposed measures, requires the people to change their behaviour. In order to be efficient, such behavioural change must be
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Until two months ago we did not pay much attention to coronavirus. When we heard about the first case of this disease, we had only a few days to get scared, then calm down, buy everything we needed, but being careful to leave enough for the others, learn how to behave and how to care for the loved ones, without putting them into danger. Along the way, without even wanting to do so, we learned
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When the first case of coronavirus infection was confirmed in our country, the entire society, as well as all aspects of our lives, all of sudden had to adapt to the new circumstances. During these early days there were so many things we had to master and learn, we had to organize and inform ourselves and at the same time take care of ourselves and people that depended on us. But in order to do
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Researchers from the Department of Psychology and the Laboratory for Experimental Psychology, in cooperation with PIN, have been monitoring the psychological aspects of the pandemic in Serbia since the beginning of March. Every day we ask people from all over Serbia what they think, which days and events were especially difficult, how they feel, where they get informed, what they do, what they buy, what they care about and whether they remember how they felt
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