Ljiljana Pantović, PhD is a Research Fellow at the Institute for Philosophy and Social Theory and a researcher at SeConS. Her areas of academic interest are medical anthropology, women’s reproductive health, gender equality, and healthcare and social policies. In addition to her experience in scientific research, she has experience in applied qualitative research, especially in the fields of gender-based violence against women, immunization and child and maternal health care, civil sector and social protection.

  • Preparation and analysis of qualitative research
  • Monitoring and evaluation of projects and policies
  • Writing and managing projects

Pantović, Lj. (2022). Providing a service or seeking a favor? The role of private prenatal care on the continuity of care in Serbian public maternity hospitals. Birth, 49(3), 506-513.

Pantović, Lj. (2022). Baby (Not So) Friendly: Implementation of the Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative in Serbia. Anthropologies of Global Maternal and Reproductive Health: From Policy Spaces to Sites of Practice, 17-35.

Pantović, Lj. (2021). Somebodies or nobody’s patient: the importance of social positioning and informal relations during childbirth in Serbia. Glasnik Etnografskog instituta SANU, 69(1), 205-225.