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Medical pedagogical approach to the development of health-saving environment in educational establishments

  • Akishina Ekaterina Mikhailovna ,
  • Marina Stanislavovna Krasilnikova ,

Abstract

Background: The article has been prepared at the intersection of medical and pedagogical approaches to develop a health-saving environment in educational establishments. This focuses on the specific dimensions in the colleges of culture and arts. Specific characteristics of students studying in these educational institutions are revealed. It shows that simulation of health-saving environment includes the quality of individual mental health and sociocultural standards. Method: The practical part of this article is based on generalizing the data studying the influence of health-saving environment on the somatic, mental and social health and personal development of culture and art college students in Moscow, Krasnodar and Sochi through the long term. The data then presented in a diagram and tables. Results: The study has revealed that developing health-saving environment of the educational establishment through specific correctional health and mental pedagogical against teachers and student groups give impact on improving changes in all health subsystems. Conclusions: The article explains the following conditions that ensure purposeful management of the development of health-saving environment and the culture of health in students: organizational, professional, personal and technological. Factors, dimensions and principles of simulating the quality health-saving environment of the educational establishment in the field of culture and art are revealed. Diagnostic methods are explained below.

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Mikhailovna, A. E., & Krasilnikova, M. S. (2018). Medical pedagogical approach to the development of health-saving environment in educational establishments. Bali Medical Journal, 7(3). https://doi.org/10.15562/bmj.v7i3.1089

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