Saratov JOURNAL of Medical and Scientific Research

Molodtsov R.N.

Saratov State Medical University n.a. V.I. Razumovsky, Department of Polyclinic Therapy, Post-graduate

Differentiated approach to prophylaxis among students

Year: 2011, volume 7 Issue: №4 Pages: 925-929
Heading: Sociology of Medicine Article type: Author's opinion
Authors: Orlova G.G., Shemetova G.N., Nevzorov А.А., Molodtsov R.N.
Organization: Saratov State Medical University, Russian University of Friendship of Peoples
Summary:

The purpose of work: to study the medical and social status of learning youth of different types of educational institutions and scientifically to prove the differentiated approach to the organization of the prophylactic aid. Methods. Sociological research of 1039 respondents (students of universities) is lead; learning average special educational institutions and technical training colleges under specially developed questionnaire. Results. Features of a social accessory (belonging), a standard of living and well-being of learning universities, special educational institutions and technical training college are determined. The student's cohort of universities under many characteristics was a cohort of safe people from full (70%) intelligent (78%), малодетных (100%) families with an average level of well-being (70%). Pupils of technical training college — are more often natives from incomplete (57%) and quite often having many children (27%) than families working (37%) and peasants (39%) — differed the most unsuccessful characteristics. Pupils special educational institutions took an intermediate place on all investigated parameters. The conclusion. Essential distinctions of the social status of students and learning different types of educational institutions from which the most unsuccessful appeared pupils of technical training college are revealed. It serves as argument for a substantiation of the differentiated approach by development of programs of improvement and the preventive help of learning youth of different types of educational institutions

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