THE CHARACTERISTICS OF PATIENTS' ADDRESSING TO MEDICAL CARE AT THE STAGE OF DEBUT OF RHEUMATIC GOUT (ACCORDING THE RESULTS OF FOCUS-GROUP EXPERTISE)
The article presents the results of medical sociological study targeted to analyze concepts and motivational attitudes of students of medical universities related to healthy life-style and its components. The results demonstrate that students, though accepting importance of one's health promotion, committed to unhealthy life-style. They even more often refuse from regular exercises and are not enough active in issues of disease prevention and health promotion. The healthy life-style of students of medical universities is rather exclusion than prevalent practice.
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