Medical social technologies for simulating active ageing in Kazakhstan
This article discusses a new model for active ageing in the Republic of Kazakhstan with the participation of the state, the population, and social medical services. Achievement of active ageing will lead to positive trends in developing the human capital of the state, since this will make it possible to use the experience and knowledge of the elderly generation to enhance the efficiency of socioeconomic transformations in health care. The study was conducted by the Central Clinical Hospital of the Administration of Presidential Affairs of the Republic of Kazakhstan with the participation of 147 admitted patients of elderly and senile age.
Keywordsactive ageing modeling healthcare
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