2018 № 1 Availability and staffing by phthisiatricians in the Udmurt republic, 2011-2015
Provision of human resources represents one of the main problems in the organization of health care. The purpose of the study was to determine the main trends in the provision and staffing of phthisiatricians. The purpose of the study is determination of the main trends in the provision and staffing by phthisiatricians. Material and meth¬ods: official statistics of Udmurt Republic from 2006 to 2015. Mathematical, analytical and descriptive methods were used. Analysis of the availability of outpatient clinics by the phthisiatricians of the Udmurt Republic in the dynamics for 2011-2015 (per 10 000 population) showed the stability of the situation in the provision of specialists with a slight decrease in staffing. A positive trend was noted in the desire of young specialists to work in phthisiatric services. The results of the study of the level of provision and staffing of the phthisiatrics services in Udmurt Republic demonstrate the stability of the situation as a whole across the Republic, although in some administrative regions of the country the data are highly unequal. The arrival of young specialists in the phthisiatric service is encouraging growth in the supply of specialists in the near future
2017 № 6 Working time of doctors-specialists related to visiting one patient with doctor-physician, doctor-surgeon and doctor-dermatovenerologist
In accordance with paragraph 3 of the Rules for the development and approval of standard labor standards approved by the Government of the Russian Federation on November 11, 2002 No. 804 (Collected Legislation of the Russian Federation, 2002, No. 46, Article 4583) and paragraph 19 of the action plan (“road Card“)” Changes in social sectors aimed at improving the effectiveness of healthcare “approved by the Decree of the Government of the Russian Federation No. 2599-r of December 28, 2012 (Collected Legislation of the Russian Federation, 2013, No. 2, Article 130, No. 45, Articles 5863, 2014, No. 19, Item 2468), in 2016 photo-timing observations of the working process of phthisiatricians, doctors-surgeons and doctors-dermatovenerologists were conducted. The work was conducted in accordance with the methodology of conducting photo-timing studies within ten working days for two physicians in each specialty. The results of the research showed the need to develop new normative documents on setting the time limits for visiting one-patient TB doctors, surgeons and dermatovenereologists who provide primary care in outpatient settings (not providing 24-hour medical supervision and treatment).