Modern aspects of the interaction of medical and pedagogical workers on prevention and detection of disturbances of development and state of health of schoolchildren

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https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.7557407

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Children's health status, children's well-being, students' nutrition

Abstract

A significant impact on the health of children is provided by training in educational institutions, which coincides with a period of intensive growth and development of the child's body. Systematic and long-term exposure to school environment factors accumulates and leads to various health disorders. The degree of influence of school factors also depends on the initial state of health of the child. The development and intensification of school education has exacerbated the problem of maintaining the health of students. Among children who begin regular education, the prevalence of borderline health disorders increases with the formation of chronic pathology in the future, therefore, the search for methods of early prenosological diagnosis and prevention of diseases is especially relevant. In this regard, the World Health Organization defines one of the priority areas to support the health, safety and well-being of children and adolescents. Quality standards have been developed for school health services, which should ensure the improvement of the health of young people in all educational institutions. Despite the recognition that the tasks of preserving and strengthening the health of modern schoolchildren can and should be solved directly in an educational institution, universal and effective forms of organizing the educational process have not yet been found, the issue of optimizing motor activity and nutrition of students has not been resolved. Actual development of new conceptual provisions for the organization of prevention using a systematic approach, changing the role of the doctor as the organizer of school health care and evidence-based integration of the teacher into the system for preventing developmental disorders and the health status of school-age children.

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2023-01-22

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Shamshievich AA, Zafarovna AM, Azizbekkizi MG, Khoshimovna SF, Abdikadirovna UM, Avazbekovich MS. Modern aspects of the interaction of medical and pedagogical workers on prevention and detection of disturbances of development and state of health of schoolchildren. J Clin Trials Exp Investig [Internet]. 2023 Jan. 22 [cited 2024 May 30];2(1):1-6. Available from: https://jctei.com/index.php/jctei/article/view/43