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Государственная политика по профилактике заболеваний и формированию здорового образа жизни в регионах Севера России: опыт, новаторство, перспективы

Профилактическая медицина. 2017. Т. 20. № 5. С. 5-13.

In recent years, regional executive bodies and health aithorities have paid much attention towards chronic non-communicable diseases prevention and healthy lifestyle development among the population of the Russian North. Objective - to study the implementation of the regional state policy for chronic non-communicalble diseases prevention and healthy lifestyle promotion in the regions of the Russian North. It will allow to identify the best practices, innovative methods and mechanisms how to work with different segments of the population. It will be useful for further replication in order to improve population health in the northern territories as well as in other Russional regions. Material and methods: aithors used as the empirical basis for comparative analysis annial documents and reports on the organization of public health for 2015 of six regions: Yamalo-Nenets Aitonomous District, Sakha Yakutia, Arkhangelsk Oblast, Komi Republic, Krasnoyarsk Krai and the Murmansk region. Results& Conclisions: authors identified main directions for regional, local programs and initiatives' improving in order for better healthy lifestyle promotion and early non-comminicable diseases prevention in rural and remove areas of the North of Russia. There are a real need for strengthening the role of leading state regional medical organization, which coordinate work on chronic non-communicable diseases prevention and healthy lifestyle promotion, organazing Coordunation Councils for inter-agency cooperation, and organizing active participation of the population in all events under the framework of World and National Health Days and fight against diseases. Very important to use modern and interactive technologues for working with young people.