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This article presents the results of an empirical analysis conducted between 2012 and 2016, which sought to understand whether patient narratives are present in patient-physician communication and whether this subjective story is meaningful for both sides of medical communication in Russian somatic medicine. The research was conducted in four stages and combined qualitative and quantitative methods, analyzing the perspectives of patients, physicians, and medical students through surveys and interviews and further probing physician-patient communication in virtual forums. In all four stages, the research results showed that little value is placed on the subjective experience of illness in physician-patient interactions. The topic of narrative medicine is unexplored in Russian social studies, so the results of this research constitute an important contribution towards establishing narrative medicine as a global idea that promotes the universal therapeutic and ethical value of illness stories in the «remission society», in which chronic pathologies dominate.
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Title of the dissertation: «The history of the gender of nouns in Russian language. PhD in Philology, promoted on February 13, 1992 at the sub-faculty of Russian language, faculty of philology, Kazan State University / Russia. Dissertation title: «On the history of nouns of the genus neutrum in Russian language». 1987-1991 postgraduate courses, sub-faculty of Russian language, faculty of philology, Udmurt State University / Russia. 1981-1986 graduate studies, faculty of philology, Kazan State University / Russia.
Druckman, J. N., Kifer, M. J. & Parkin, M. (2007). The technological development of Congressional candidate Web sites. Social Science Computer Review, 25(4), 425-442. http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/0894439307305623 Gibson, et al., 2008, pp. 20/.
Margolis, M., Resnick, D. & Levy, J. (2003). Major parties dominate, minor parties struggle. U.S. elections, and the Internet,» In: Gibson, R., Nixon, P. and Ward, S. (editors). Political parties and the Internet: Net gain? London: Routledge, 53-69.
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Nizhny Novgorod State University (its official full name is Nizhny Novgorod State National Research University «N.I. Lobachevsky» (Lobachevsky University, UNN) N. I. Lobachevsky, in Russian, Национальный иссследовательский Нижегогоро́дский госуда́рственннный университе́т и́мени Н. И.Лобаче́вского) is the largest institution of higher education in Nizhny Novgorod, Russia and one of the national research universities in Russia. It is one of 21 Russian universities participating in the Russian Federation Government’s program to increase international competitiveness among the world’s leading research and education centers.
UNN’s success has been marked with five QS Stars in the field of education, graduate employment, innovation and infrastructure. Among the top 15 Russian universities, UNN received a grant from the Government of the Russian Federation to improve international competitiveness and enter the leading world rankings (Project 5-100).
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Ochoa Henríquez, Haydée, PhD. in Development Studies. Researcher at the Center for Business Studies (CEE) of the Faculty of Economic and Social Sciences (FCES) of the University of Zulia (LUZ). Accredited in the Researcher Promotion Program (PPI).
Perezhniak, Boris, Professor of the Department of Constitutional Law of the National University «Odessa Law Academy» Honored Lawyer of Ukraine, Academician of the National Academy of Sciences of Higher Education of Ukraine.
Pidgorodynskyi, Vadym , Associate Professor of the Department of Criminal Law, Vice-Rector for educational and innovative development and economic activity of the National University «Odessa Law Academy».