Saratov JOURNAL of Medical and Scientific Research

Analysis of activity of health workers in educational organizations and needs for medical care of children with disabilities

Year: 2017, volume 13 Issue: №4 Pages: 800-802
Heading: Health Service Organization Article type: Original article
Authors: Fomina A.V., Grigorieva N.A., Shovkun N.V.
Organization: Peoples' Friendship University of Russia

Objective: study of the current state of medical support for children in educational organizations and an assessment of the needs of children with disabilities in medical care. Material and Methods. According to the results of the sociological survey (1796 profile views), the analysis of the health workers' activities in educational organizations implementing the adapted basic general education programs was carried out. According to the preventive examination of children with disabilities (124 people) and of the survey of parents (124 profile views), the article assesses the effectiveness of preventive work with children and parents to strengthen the dental health of schoolchildren in Moscow. Results. The majority of medical workers in educational institutions implementing adapted basic general education programs are represented by specialists with secondary medical education (77.2%). Among specialists needed in educational organizations, dentist is often called. The need for children with disabilities in dental care is confirmed by data obtained during the study of dental health of children with hearing impairment and children with visual impairments. Conclusion. One of the areas of medical care for children with disabilities in educational organizations is active monitoring of the health of children and the implementation of comprehensive preventive measures, which requires the involvement of more health workers.

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