STAGES OF MEDICAL AND SOCIAL SUPPORT OF RESERVE OFFICERS (RETIRED)

Abstract


The data obtained during the survey of 574 reserve officers (retired) indicates that about half of them need rehabilitation. At the same time, rehabilitation programs should be maximally adapted and personified depending on the adaptation potential. The developed three-stage system of medical and so-cial care to military reserve officers (retired) and the algorithm for its implementation including the rules for intra-departmental cooperation is described in the article.


A V Popov

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заведующий отделением поликлиники филиала № 6 ФГБУ «3-го Центрального военного клинического госпиталя им. А.А. Вишневского» Минобороны России, аспирант кафедры общественного здоровья, здравоохранения и гигиены ФГАОУ ВО РУДН

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