Students‘ Essays

Writing an academic essay means creating ideas into an argument. The basic university student essay has following standardized structure:
paragraph 1 – introduction
paragraph 2 – body
paragraph 3 – conclusion


Credit issuing will take place on Tuesday, May 21, 2019 at 2:00 PM and on Thursday, May 30, 2019 at 10:00 AM in the Purkyne´s Institute Large Auditorium (Purkyňův ústav, velká posluchárna), Albertov 4, Prague 2.

To get credits you need to:
1) Reply questions under each lecture video on Youtube (as a comment).
2) Write thesis (essay at least 2 pages A4) and submit it on this webpage. How to upload essay to the system:

Open the website and click on the tab English –> Students‘ Essays.

At the end of the page (at the bottom) there is space for Comment („Napsat komentář“). Upload your seminar work there according to the instructions in the following picture.

1. Enter the text of your work into the „Comment/Komentář“ field.
2. Type your first name and last name into the „Name/Jméno“ field.
3. Send the seminar work by clicking on „Send Comment/Odeslat komentář“.
Leave the other two fields blank.
If the work is okay, your comment will be approved.

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  1. Irit Cohen

    Health systems are the organisations, people and resources that are obligated to deliver health care services, improve and sustain good health that will meet the needs of the target population.
    The goal of a health care system as to WHO is to facilitate the needs of a population and promote fairness of financial contribution, so the population will not be suffering financial hardship when paying for them. There is a wide variety of health systems around the world, depending on the country.

    Healthcare in Israel is universal and participation in a medical insurance plan is compulsory. All Israeli residents are entitled to basic health care as a fundamental right. The Israeli healthcare system is based on the National Health Insurance Law of 1995, which mandates all citizens resident in the country to join one of four official health insurance organizations, known as Kupat Holim („Sick Funds“ in hebrew) which are run as not-for-profit organizations and are prohibited by law from denying any Israeli resident membership.

    There are 4 main Kupot Holim in Israel: Clalit, Maccabi, Meuhedet and Leumit. Clalit is the largest of the four, with about 54% of the population belonging to it. The four Kupot Holim are obligated to provide a uniform list of health services, known as the „Health Basket“
    The Health Basket covers all costs of medical diagnosis and treatment in the areas of family medicine, hospitalization (general, maternity, psychiatric and chronic), preventive medicine, surgery (including elective surgery), transplants, treatment for drug abuse and alcoholism, medical equipment and appliances, first aid and transportation to a medical facility, obstetrics and fertility treatment, medications approved under the National Health Basket (which is updated every year), treatment of chronic diseases and paramedical services such as physiotherapy and occupational therapy, and mental healthcare.
    Medications for serious illnesses that are part of the official „basket of medications“ (which is large and updated regularly, but does not include all medications) are covered, though patients must partially pay for these medications with copays- medications included in the basket are covered at rates that vary from 50% to 90%. IVF treatments for the first two children up to the age of 45 and abortions are also covered.
    In general, each Kupat Holim allows members to choose a primary care physician and specialists from a list of doctors associated with the fund.Availability of services differs by location, as each of these organizations operate their own medical facilities, including private hospitals

    In addition to the Health Basket provided to all citizens, which provides coverage for basic and essential health care, every Kupat Holim fund provides their members with the option to acquire „supplementary insurance“ , which includes services and treatments that are not covered by the publicly funded system, including a wider range of surgeries, therapies, medications, and overseas travel insurance. Members can obtain supplementary insurance from their Kupat Holim by paying extra premiums, though they tend to be low.

    In conclusion, the health care systems in Israel try to provide the Israeli population the best healthcare they can, without the population suffering from financial difficulties .

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