Alla E. Ivanova

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Mortality from ill-defined conditions in Russia has the fastest rate of increase compared to all other major causes of death. High proportion of deaths in this category is indicative for low quality of mortality statistics. This article examines the trends and possible causes of mortality from ill-defined conditions in Russia. During 1991–2005, mortality(More)
The analysis of suicide situation in Russia in 1989-1993 is presented. Unfavourable trends have been identified: growth of suicides prevalence and younger age of their committing. The differentiation of Russian regions according to suicide rates is also presented. While suicide prevalence was 37.9 per 100,000 among general Russian population it was more(More)
This paper analyzes the most recent trends of mortality in Russia across ages, genders and regions using official statistical data for 1991-2001. During the last decade Russia experienced two mortality crises in 1992 and 1998. Life expectancy in Russia continues to decline after 1998. The most recent mortality data for year 2001 demonstrate changes in(More)
The paper presents data on current mental disease prevalence, on some aspects of psychiatric service management, on social damage inflicted by psychic diseases and financial resources the society is willing to give off for relevant compensations. The importance of social modelling of the patients for prognostication of their life and estimation of the(More)
The main factors having influence upon the state and the dynamics of mental health of population were considered on the basis of both literature data and authors own observations. The following groups of factors influencing either rise of psychical disorders incidence or their development as well as accumulation of patients in population were distinguished(More)
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