Lina Jaruševičienė

Curriculum Vitae

Date and place of birth

13 July 1968, Lithuania

Education 

 

2003–2005

Vytautas Magnus University, Applied Sociology, Master’s degree in Sociology

2000

Kaunas Medical University, Public Health, Doctor of Public Health

1997–1999

Kaunas Medical University, Public Health Management, Master’s degree in Public Health Management

1992–1995

Kaunas Medical University, Family doctor's residency, Family doctor's professional qualification

1986–1992

Kaunas Medical University, therapeutic medicine, doctor's diploma

 

 

Work experience

 

As of 23 January 2018

Vice-Minister of Health

As of 2017

Head of LSMU project ‘Integral care of elderly people with mental disabilities: creating a model for cross-sectoral cooperation’ funded by the Research Council of Lithuania

2014–2018

Director for Public Health, Education and Studies at the Hospital of the Lithuanian University of Health Sciences (LSMU) Kaunas Clinics

2012–2014

Head of LSMU project ‘Cross-sectoral cooperation in solving health problems in social risk families’ funded by the Research Council of Lithuania

2013

Professor at the Family Medicine Clinic of the Lithuanian University of Health Sciences

2012

Lector at the course ‘Effective lecturing: work in small and large groups’ of the Alma-Ata State Institute of Doctor Training, Alma-Ata, Kazakhstan

2012

World Health Organisation course ‘Reproductive health: surgery research’. WHO expert, Dushanbe, Tajikistan

2011

United Nations Population Fund project ‘Improving quality of SRH services’. UNFPA expert in Uzbekistan

2011–2014

Mano šeimos gydytojas UAB, family doctor

2010–2014

International research project CERCA: ‘Community-embedded Reproductive health care for adolescents’ under the Seventh Framework Programme of the European Union. Project Manager and Senior Researcher at LSMU

2010–2012

Senior Researcher LSMU at the international research project EUprimecare: ‘Quality and Costs of Primary Care in Europe’ under the Seventh Framework Programme of the European Union

2010–2013

Assistant Professor at the Lithuanian University of Health Sciences

2010

Lector at the LSMU project ‘Ensuring the prevention of mental disorders in Lithuania by improving the competence of family physicians’

2008–2010

International research project of the Sixth Framework Programme of the European Union ‘HAPPY AUDIT: Health Alliance for Prudent Prescribing, Yield and Use of Antimicrobial Drugs in the Treatment of Respiratory Tract Infections’. Researcher at Mano šeimos gydytojas UAB

2008–2011

Expert at the WHO–LSMU project ‘Research on reproductive health in surgery’ for the countries of the European region

2007

United Nations Population Fund project ‘Strengthening the technical, administrative and research capacities of the Ministry of Health and non-governmental organisations for the provision of high-quality reproductive health services’. WHO and UNFPA expert in Uzbekistan

2006–2008

Project of the Institute of Hygiene ‘Increasing the capacities of public health specialists’: lector of the training courses for public health specialists

2006

Head of the LSMU project ‘Development of a system for integral service providers’ training’ under the United Nations Development Programme

2005–2010

Lector at the Family Medicine Clinic of the Lithuanian University of Health Sciences (Kaunas Medical University)

2005–2006

United Nations Development Programme project ‘Support to the Effective and Coordinated Promotion of Young People’s Health and Development in Lithuania’. Member, expert and lector of a technical working group

2003–2004

International policy fellowship – research work in the field of public health policy, Centre for Policy Studies, Central European University, Budapest, Hungary

1998–2010

Director of Public Institution Kaunas Youth Health Centre

1997–2008

Family doctor at the General Practice Department of the Kaunas Medical University Clinics

1995–2005

Assistant at the Family Medicine Clinic of the Lithuanian University of Health Sciences (Kaunas Medical University)

 

 

Additional information

 

Foreign languages 

English, French, Russian, Spanish

Field of research

Primary health care, adolescent health care, sexual and reproductive health

Family

Husband – Gediminas, son – Pranas, daughter – Ema

 

 

Last updated: 05-03-2018