2020 № 5 Availability and staffing of gastroenterologists in the Russian Federation and in pilot regions, 2013–2017
Human resource issues are of high relevance for accessibility of the quality of health care. The aim of the study was to conduct analyses of actual staffing of health care facilities for provision of gastroenterological care on an outpatient basis in the Russian Federation and its subjects. Materials and methods: calculation of occupied positions and physicians-gastroenterologists rate, extensive indicators, method of descriptive statistics. Results. Multidirectional levels and trends in physicians-gastroenterologists coverage rates in the constituent entities of the Russian Federation have been established. In a number of federal districts there is an increase in the studied indicators, in some – levelling. Conclusions. An analysis of the availability of gastroenterologists roviding health care an outpatient basis showed that the supply of gastroenterologists in the federal districts increased or levelled. Moreover, in six of them there was a decrease in the staffing rate by these specialists. The results of the study could be used for the human resources planning and for decision-making.
2018 № 6 The Development of post-genomic technologies in the Russian Federation: barriers and risks
The risks of implementation of the complex scientific and technological program “Postgenomic technolo¬gies: from genetic editing to synthetic biology” in the Russian Federation are Considered. As barriers for the full life cycle projects related to genomic editing technologies, the following are highlighted: lack of a sufficient number of personnel, low competitiveness of domestic scientific and technological reserves, lack of modern instrument base, lack of industrial partners, as well as problems of legal regulation of genetic engineering in the Russian Federation. The analysis of the global competitive landscape in the field of genomic editing technologies is carried out
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.