THE INTER-DISCIPLINARY CONCEPTUALIZATION OF PALLIATIVE CARE AS A SOCIAL SUB-INSTITUTION
The health care is considered as a social institution since XX century. The main purpose of health care is in amelioration, rehabilitation and promotion of health. This social institution, according to its implementing functions, comprises four sub-institutions. The analysis of trends of institutionalization of the sub-institution «Palliative medical care» is presented in methodological plane of system of social structural functions (AGIL). From the perspective of dysfunctional practices of sub-institution of palliative medical care developing in Russia, a medicalization of palliative care is discussed.
About the authorsKrom I.L.
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