WELL-BEING OF MEDICAL WORKERS DURING A PANDEMIC: ETHICAL AND SOCIOLOGICAL ANALYSIS

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The article presents a reflexive technology for conducting a survey among residents on the problem of health of medical workers during pandemic. Content analysis of reminiscences about the peculiarities of providing medical care during pandemic of coronavirus showed the need for the early implementation of rapid testing for SARS-cov-2 before personnel in order to stop the spread of infection by medical workers. There is a clear need to analyze the effectiveness of ways of dividing contagious patient groups from other patients in primary medical care. The return to the workplace of doctors after a coronavirus infection is connected with their preliminary examination and rehabilitation – it is a thesis for current human rights issues.

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I. A. Serova

E.A. Vagner Perm State Medical University

Author for correspondence.
Email: irinaserova55@mail.ru

D.Sc.(Philosophy), professor of the department of Philosophy of the E.A. Vagner Perm State Medical University, Perm

Russian Federation

A. U. Yagodina

E.A. Vagner Perm State Medical University

Email: annayagodina@rambler.ru

PhD, MD, Associate professor of the department of Philosophy of E.A. Vagner Perm State Medical University, Perm

O. A. Kostenko

FSBEI HE VolgSMU MOH Russia

Email: biosoc@yandex.ru

postgraduate student of the Department of Philosophy, Bioethics and Law with a course in the sociology of medicine, FSBEI HE VolgSMU MOH Russia

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