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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Ekaterina Baranova
Assessment of Damage from the Disease at the National Level
Public Administration
(Bachelor’s programme)
2017
The study of final qualifying work is devoted to the philosophical understanding of the problem the burden of disease at national and international levels. The objects of research are the concepts of health, norm, pathology, illness, damage from disease, its burden. Public health is presented as an economic indicator of national well-being, the safety of the country as a whole. The role of ICD-10 in the introduction the statistical reporting of morbidity, mortality and disability. The main problem of reference which were the departmental dissociation of the three agencies directly involved in data processing. The paper discusses the evaluation criteria of disease burden, key indicators identified: indicator of the value of lost years, loss of profits in GDP is expected healthy life expectancy, life expectancy without disability, life expectancy adjusted for quality. Reflected strong need for diagnosis of the damage of the disease. Examples and an algorithm for computation of the damage of the disease. Used statistics from officially published reports of the WHO and the Federal state statistics service. The provisions of the strategy who suggest the main directions and possibilities of managerial decision-making in the administration of policies of health for the countries participating in full-scale studies at the international level, "the Global burden of disease." The recommendations represent a kind of methods to minimize damage from disease both on the individual personality and society as a whole. The light of these proposals in order to improve the health care system will allow us to quantitatively reduce the morbidity, mortality and disability and to significantly ease the economic damage from the morbidity of the normal functioning of the state.

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