Centre for Health System Security Studies

The Centre for Health System Security Research provides a platform for the exchange of views, opinions, research results and experiences of scientists and experts in the fields of, inter alia, security, international relations, medicine, theology. The results of the activities may contribute to increasing knowledge of public health security threats and the possibilities of countering e.g. pandemics, biological terrorism. In addition, the Centre acts as an open scientific health security centre accessible to local communities. The mission of the Centre is to promote the achievements and research of the scientific community, especially the academic community of the WSB University in Dąbrowa Górnicza for the benefit of health security, which in turn will contribute, among others, to an increased sense of security among the inhabitants of border areas, including Cieszyn Silesia.

PhD Cezary Tomiczek

Head of the Centre for Health System Security Studies (CBnBSOZ)

  • Scientific and Programme Council

    Assoc. Prof. Robert Socha, PhD - Deputy Chairperson
    Jacek Czapla PhD - Vice-Chairman PhD
    Assoc. Prof. Bernard Wisniewski
    Assoc. Prof. Krzysztof Ziaja PhD
    Assoc. Prof. Tomasz Bielecki, PhD
    Assoc. Prof. Dariusz Boroń, D.Sc.
    Assoc. Prof. Andrzej Czupryński, D.Sc.
    Assoc. Prof. Aleksander Babiński, PhD
    Paweł Lubniewski, Ph.D., Prof. AWSB
    Assoc. Prof. Marcin Jurgielewicz, PhD
    Assoc. Prof. Radomír Ščurek, PhD
    Hanna Doleżych-Teister, PhD
    Assoc. Prof. Anna Janik, PhD
    Jacek Zbroina PhD
    Robert Swiderski PhD
    Jacek Wawrzynek PhD
    Robert Kiełbasiński PhD

  • Aim and mission

    1. The Centre for Health System Safety Research (the Centre) is a functional unit of the WSB University in Dąbrowa Górnicza.
    2. The Rector of AWSB is the supervising authority of the Centre.
    3. The aim of the Centre is to support scientific and teaching initiatives and to improve research processes applied in the security sciences and in particular:
    • organisation of scientific conferences, seminars, workshops, panel discussions, open lectures carried out as part of the tasks related to the promotion of knowledge in the field of security research;
    • preparation of scientific and popular science publications;
    • preparing expert opinions and analyses for the needs of governmental and self-governmental institutions, state services and enterprises operating in the broadly understood security sphere;
    • co-operation with local self-government bodies and services, inspections and guards for the benefit of safety;
    • supporting the education process carried out at the university;
    • cooperating with the university's research teams and units.

    4. The Centre's mission is to stimulate academics, doctoral students and students to be creatively active in the organisation of research, the application and development of research methods and their effectiveness in research conducted in the discipline of security sciences.

    5. The Centre performs the following functions: scientific and research, integration, praxeology, education and promotion through its training and didactic offer, with particular emphasis on first- and second-level studies, postgraduate studies and dedicated training for individual entities, businesses, institutions and professional groups;

    6. The Centre shall be headed by a Director;

    7.The Director represents the Centre externally.

    8. The Centre's activities shall be assisted by a Scientific Council (the Council), which shall be a consultative body within the Centre's sphere of competence.
    9. The members of the Council shall be invited by the Director of the Centre.
    10. The Council shall consist of not less than 5 and not more than 15 persons representing security sciences, medical and/or health sciences with a scientific title or doctoral degree.
    11. The term of office of a Council member is 2 years.
    12. The first term of office shall commence on the date of establishment of the Centre.
    13. Members of the Council shall attend meetings convened by the Director of the Centre at least once a year.
    14. Meetings of the Council may be held by electronic means of communication.
    15. The Director of the Centre shall report annually on the Centre's activities in accordance with the procedure and rules in force at AWSB.