Scientists from 10 countries took part in the AltSU online conference on human health

24 April 2020 Department of Information and Media Communications
On April 23, Altai State University held the II International scientific and practical conference "Psychological, Pedagogical and Biomedical Problems of Human Health".

The first conference devoted to various areas of research in the field of human health, the impact of various factors on it, the development of preventive and recreational activities and educational programs was successfully held in the flagship university of Altai Krai in November, 2019. The second scientific forum was also planned to be held in AltSU offline, but due to the coronavirus pandemic and the transition of all countries of the world to self-isolation, the format of the conference was changed.

Scientists, specialists and researchers contacted online. Of the 101 participants, 43 were representatives of foreign educational and scientific organizations from Bulgaria, Poland, Argentina, Belarus, Ukraine, Donetsk, Kazakhstan, Mongolia and China. Russian speakers were from St. Petersburg, Moscow, Magnitogorsk, Kirov, Krasnodar, Yaroslavl, Volgograd, Novosibirsk, Krasnoyarsk, Chita, Irkutsk, Chita and other cities.

“The most representative was the participation of Donetsk National Medical University, from which 19 scientists took part in the event. In this regard, I would like to express special gratitude for the organization and active participation to Rector Grigory Ignatenko and Professor Anna Dubova. We also got support from a team of scientists of Grodno State Medical University led by Associate Professor Nataliya Patz” said Peter Dugnist, moderator of the conference, Head of the Department of Physical Education at Altai State University.

The research in Russia covers a lot of problems in this field: from studying of various aspects of health-oriented and health-preserving behavior of the population at different stages of ontogenesis to means and methods of increasing the functional capabilities of people with health problems, from studying the influence of various factors on health indicators of different population groups, to monitoring studies of the health status of different population groups, etc.

“The conference participants are unanimous that preserving population health is possible only with the consolidation of all structures of the world community, from state to private and public. To solve the problem of health preservation, it is necessary to organize mass training of healthy behavior, provide the population with healthy food, comfortable living and working conditions, physical education and sports, an environmentally friendly living environment and much more” said Elena Romanova, project manager, Associate Professor of the Department of Physical Education at Altai State University.

The organizers of the conference included  Altai State University, Altai State Medical University, Donetsk National Medical University, Grodno State Medical University, Trans-Baikal State University, Ural State University of Physical Culture, Institute of Food Preservation and Quality (Plovdiv, Bulgaria).

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