Vol 12, No 2 (2013)


The sociology of mandatory medical insurance: Part III

Reshetnikov A.V.


To determine the status of physician in the system of mandatory medical insurance a complex approach is needed in studying different components of this status in the context of directions of changes in public health in general. The status of physician is determined by both official position of medical profession and by positioning of this profession within different social relationships of physician in the process of one’s professional activities. Hence, according opinion of medical workers themselves, the most important task of medical sociological monitoring is the detection and analysis of processes related to main components of physician status to further elaborate adequate managerial decisions.
Sociology of Medicine. 2013;12(2):3-10
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Why the standardized technique of sociological survey is needed in public health?

Tatarnikov M.A.


The article considers the actual methodical problems of sociological surveys in public health and the ways to resolve them. The material added to article includes the technique of survey in medical institutions and patterns of questionnaires.
Sociology of Medicine. 2013;12(2):11-22
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The self-evaluation of status and prestige of work of physician in clinical hospital of medical university

Novokreschenov I.V., Novokreschenova I.G.


The article presents the results of sociological survey of opinions of physicians of clinical hospital of medical university concerning characteristics of status of physician and formation of prestige of physician work. The factors impacting positively and negatively the personnel support of treatment activities of state educational institution.
Sociology of Medicine. 2013;12(2):23-25
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The medical social aspects of elderly age

Shavlovskaya O.A.


In Russia, negative trends are detected concerning population health indicators. The major cause of this process is deterioration of demographic situation. According to all-Russia population census (2010) 71.8% out of 47 seniors of population are persons older than able-bodied age. The loss of social and material independence and lacking of self-confidence are both risk factors and factors keeping up social deadaptation in this part of population. The manifestations of certain chronic diseases being accompanied by insomnia, depression, memory disorders, surplus consumption of pharmaceuticals against the background of involution alterations of pharmacokinetics are additional aggravating factors.
Sociology of Medicine. 2013;12(2):25-28
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The social aspects of tuberculosis infection

Balasaniyantz G.S.


The socially dangerous diseases comprise tuberculosis, HIV-infection, parenteral hepatitis and sexually transmitted infections. Per se they are ultimately different diseases. The only connecting link between them is their social component. It is possible to consider whole social component as a unity of "social input" allowing evaluating the effect of social factors on beginning and maintenance of epidemic process. Furthermore, this component can be also considered as "a social response" resulting propagation of infections throughout society. In this case, it becomes clear that social character of tuberculosis infection is more manifested at the level of "social input" than "social response". This pattern is conditioned by the characteristics of pathogenesis of tuberculosis infection. "The social input" effects on both development of disease and its maintenance in society on the stage of becoming of recurrences of tuberculosis disease. At the same time, the burden of "social response" of society to infection is significantly lower in case of tuberculosis than under HIV-infection and parenteral hepatitis. This occurrence is also related to lesser effect on demographic indicators and small "unprofitability" of disease as compared with hemocontact infections.
Sociology of Medicine. 2013;12(2):28-32
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The advertising of pharmaceuticals and bio-active substances: the rationale and emotional instruments of impact on end user

Tkatchenko O.V.


The article presents the results of author’s sociological survey of commercial trailers covering pharmaceuticals and bio-active substances with purpose to study the degree of risk of advertisement impact on the end customers. The content-analysis was applied to commercial trailers. The results revealed the main components of impact on consumer forming attractive image of advertised preparations. The degree of risk of main factors impacting consumer behavior at pharmaceutical market.
Sociology of Medicine. 2013;12(2):32-35
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The analysis of satisfaction of patients of Moscow large multi-type hospital with medical services supplied on paid basis

Pushkova S.I.


The article presents the results of sociological survey of patients of voluntary Moscow municipal multi-type hospital supplied with services on paid basis according individual agreement or within the framework of voluntary medical insurance. The statistical analysis of questionnaires facilitated to compose the group portrait of consumer of paid medical services. The degree of satisfaction of patients with standards of paid medical services was revealed. The requirements of patients to quality of paid medical services were established in every segment of target of audience.
Sociology of Medicine. 2013;12(2):36-39
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The quality of life of adolescents related to reproductive health as a subject of research of sociology of medicine: the technique and population indicators

Surmatch M.Y.


Рассмотрены популяционные показатели и методика оценки качества жизни подростков, связанные с их репродуктивным здоровьем. Раскрыты перспективы ее применения, обоснованы меры коррекции.
Sociology of Medicine. 2013;12(2):40-45
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The new directions of HIV-infection prevention

Bogatchanskaya N.N., Pavlov S.V.


The article presents the data concerning the epidemiological situation with HIV/AIDS infection in Russia. The new approaches to HIV-infection preventive activities primarily related to development and testing of anti-HIV/AIDS vaccines are considered. The need in comprehensive study of problems of HIV-infection in the framework of sociology of medicine is emphasized.
Sociology of Medicine. 2013;12(2):46-47
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Health of working migrants in Russia

Ivakhnenko G.A.


The article presents a comprehensive analysis of 30 different documents reflecting state of issue from 2002 (digital sources, monographs, statistical documents) on purpose to obtain information about health control of migrants arriving for work in Russia. As a result, such main thematic blocks are emphasized as effectiveness of legal acts concerning migrants, proposals of experts about modes of increasing effectiveness of health control of migrants, development of control of presence of dangerous diseases among working migrants.
Sociology of Medicine. 2013;12(2):48-51
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The medical social value and organizational aspects of palliative care in megapolis

Bukhvalov S.A., Martusevitch A.K.


The article deals with issues of development of comprehensive regional medical organization of palliative care in large region, megalopolis included. The organization structure of system of organization of hospice care in the complex "megalopolis-oblast" is characterized. The concept of optimization of palliative care is developed, including the system of interactions of medical institutions providing this type of care. It is demonstrated that in the Nizhniy Novgorod region the hospice can stand out in the capacity of central section of system of rendering palliative care to population.
Sociology of Medicine. 2013;12(2):52-54
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Sociology of Medicine. 2013;12(2):61-64
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