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Samir Kasper

Samir Kasper
Head of Medical Services and Consulting Psychiatrist and Addictologist at Cantonal Institute for Addictions Ze-Do Canton, Bosnia and Herzegovina


Born in 1968, he completed Medical Faculty University of Sarajevo 1997(MD degree). With IDU works since 1998 and since 1999 head of the ambulance to OST within the Mental Health Center Zenica. One of the founders of the Cantonal Institute for the disease of addiction Ze-Do Canton Zenica. In the period 2003-07 in the Cantonal Hospital Zenica and a University Clinical center in Sarajevo completed his residency in neurology and psychiatry. Medical Faculty in Sarajevo completed courses of good clinical practice and good experimental practices as well as postgraduate studies in clinical medicine(MSc degree). In the period 2013-15 ending sub-specialization in the field of addictology followed by planned training in the field of forensic psychiatry. Member of the expert group (2010-12) at the Department of Health of the Ministry of Civil Affairs, which has developed guidelines for the implementation of OST in B&H. UNODC internationally certified trainer in the field of substance abuse. The Cantonal Institute of addictions performed the following duties: a doctor in the clinic (2005-08), head of the hospital department (2008-12) a Head of all medical services and consultative addictologist. (2012-).Since 2013 employed as a forensic psychiatrist in Zenica and Busovaca prison and court expert in this field. Of the 2013 decision of the Minister of Health FB&H head of education in the field of addictology for employees Center for Mental Helath in FB&H.

Research Interest

Psychiatry, Neurology, Addiction Medicine