Articles with tag: «population»

    Sociology of health care
  • 2020 № 3 Population relation research to the healthy lifestyle (on the example of the fish and suburban region of Republic of Tatarstan)

    One of the main tasks of modern health care is decrease in incidence and noninfectious diseases mortality of the population which are preventable at observance of a healthy lifestyle, early identification and timely effective treatment. Results of a sociological research of the relation to a healthy lifestyle on estimates of adult population of the Fish and Suburban Region of Republic of Tatarstan are presented in article. Purpose: reveal commitment of the population to a healthy lifestyle, investigate connection of a healthy lifestyle with presence of noninfectious diseases. The research is conducted on the basis of questionnaire by method of random check of adult population. 2346 respondents from 21 year to 74 years took part in questioning. Authors developed the questionnaire concerning commitment of the population to a healthy lifestyle and presence of noninfectious diseases.. The average physical activity among all respondents is slightly higher than 20%. The commitment to a healthy power supply in all groups does not exceed 25%. Respondents aged from 31 to 40 years are most committed to healthy nutrition. Among the polled respondents smoke 22.21%, regularly take alcohol of 0.2%. From among the respondents who noted presence of cardiovascular diseases of 98.6% monthly visit the doctor and regularly take medicines; with digestive tract diseases monthly visit the doctor of 16.3% and regularly take the drugs of 18.5% of respondents; from among respondents with diabetes regularly take the drugs and monthly visit the doctor of 100%. Analyzing data retrieveds, authors came to a conclusion that the commitment to a healthy lifestyle among the population does not exceed 30%. Results of questioning of the population can be used when developing the address program of treatment-and-prophylactic actions for forming of commitment to a healthy lifestyle for each age group.

    Authors: E.  A.  Kitayeva [1] Т.  А.  Suyetina [1] S.  R.  Sabitov [1] M.  R.  Kitayev [1]

    Tags: commitment2 healthy lifestyle5 noninfectious diseases3 population4 prevention15 questioning1 republic  of  tatarstan.1

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  • Management in healthcare
  • 2019 № 8 Public Health Management in the Context of the Implementation of Preventive Health Programs

    In civil society, the features of which are manifested in the country, state bodies and society are increasingly paying attention to the problems of formation, preservation and promotion of health of healthy people of different age groups. The purpose of the study is to determine the role of the nurse of General practice (family medicine), hereinafter – OPSM, in the public administration of the formation of public health of residents of family-territorial areas receiving medical services in OPSM institutions. The objectives of this study is to study the role of nurses OPSM as partners of family doctors to provide medical care to patients on the basis of etiotropic, pathogenetic and sanogenetic therapy of various diseases; implementation of medical care of patients and healthy people of different age groups, in relation to biological, psychological, social and emotional spheres of man; prevent the impact of inadequate behavior of patients or healthy people not only on their health, but also the health of the territorial community.

    Authors: Sazhin V. L. [1]

    Tags: health care20 medical services4 population4 program2 public health8

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  • Human resources management
  • 2013 № 7 Dynamics on quantity of medical personnel occupied in Russian Federation in the period of 2005–2011 years (Federal Research Institute for Health Care Organization and Information of the Ministry of Health and Social Development of Russian Federation, Moscow, Russia)

    Quantity of physicians and provision of population with physicians in Russian Federation has increased generally in the period from 2005 to 2011 years. With that, there is revealed an obvious inequality in distribution of this resource among separate sub-federal entities of Russian Federation. The biggest concentration of physicians in 2011 year was noticed in Moscow, Saint-Petersburg and Moscow region (76 492; 36 216 и 22 835, accordingly). The highest index of provision of physicians per capita in 2011 year was fixed in Saint-Petersburg, Chukotskiy autonomous region, North Osetia-Alania Republic (73,9; 75,5; 66,6, accordingly); in Moscow — 66,3 (4 place); the lowest index of provision — in Chechen Republic and Kurgan area (26,1 and 25,5). There is notice a clear inequality in distribution of such resource among sub-federal entities of Russian Federation.

    Authors: Kuznetsova V. P. [2] Artamoshina M. P. [1] Xipiring О. V. [1] Korotkov U. А. [1]

    Tags: distribution2 physician1 population4 provision of population1 regions2 russian federation3

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  • Foreign experience
  • 2017 № 5 Study of workload and working time costs of general practitioners in healthcare organizations in Kazakhstan

    The article presents the results of a chronometric analysis of patients from the Karaganda policlinic, while analyzing and studying the costs of the doctor’s working hours for performing various labor operations. In addition, the main factors influencing the duration of admission of general practitioners of primary care organizations were identified, and we also compiled a forecast of the duration of GPs’ admission, depending on the treatment of some variables. Statistical analysis determined the main factors affecting the duration of admission of patients by GPs. These include the Communicative Factor or Component 1, Operating Procedures or Component 2, and Working with Documentation or Component 3

    Authors: Son I. M. [38] Mergentay A. [1] Kulov D. B. [1] Bekembaeva G. S. [1] Koikov V. V. [1] Omarkulov B. K. [2] Musina G. A. [1]

    Tags: disease3 dispensary observation2 patient10 population4 time of admission1

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